Breaking News: Man Request To Restart Ship

Sandera Tells President Start Those Engines Of Ship, Robert Sandera Says Those Carnival Engines Are Probably Ok Unless Their Melted Which Is About Impossible. Says Get Them Started Before Some People End Up Dead.
 
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Feb. 12, 2013 - PRLog -- Guys Mills, Pennsylvania- Robert Sandera Was a Presidential Candidate and Computer Engineering Scientist that has called into the Whitehouse saying start those ship engines. Being a Detroit Lifelong engine builder engineer etc and working for Perkins Diesel he says those engines will start they need a battery bank some jumpers and 4-6 sets of heavy duty test cables and take some fuel tubing and halon extinguishers.

Sandera has also been building high efficiency power systems and believe he could get the \ship some power regardless.

He put out a Facebook Post

START THEM DANG ENGINES

I am a lifelong engine builder that worked for Perkins Engines and been engineering and building engines since I was 12.  GET AN ENGINEERING TEAM OUT THERE with leads and jumper leads and 3 1000 amp batteries some fuel tubing and halon extinguishers and start them Engines up there's not a darn thing wrong with them.

Those Engine's should be able to withstand massive abuse with 4200 passengers aboard those engines need restarted now.

Unless there melted or have some burned up Gilmore belts on Oil Pumps they need the injectors bled at the union and jumped direct to a good starter and they'll run.

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Tags:Robert Sandera, For President, Stranded Ship, Carnival, USA
Industry:Government
Location:Guys Mills - Pennsylvania - United States
Subject:Reports
Page Updated Last on: Feb 12, 2013

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