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Posted by  Per Corell on September 30, 2002 at 11:16:44:

In Reply to:  Strategy & Tactics posted by Paul Malo on September 30, 2002 at 07:52:36:

Hi.
Then "Lower Manhattan" will be this 16 acres, 32 acres , that form the foundations strong enough to carry Upper Manhattern, that will be what are build ontop and within the lower arears, Guess WTC was many floors below, and respecting the original sites full, must make sense. A City by the sea , often build fight in to the water and a Lower Manhattern up to 5 floor in frame safe honeycomb structure, could be done by Eifel, with standard shape adjustable size, building blocks, still there are way's that reyuier just one process.
Guess with such structures, a way to maintain the structure shuld be easy.
The reson I write is acturly to warn about gurues versus idears. The nice guy Edison, found out that Ac. could kill people ,and he were an enemy of Ac. "his whole life So a smart guy can also se wrong, as we wouldn't have anything of this, if we didn't have even computers without the technologies develobed about Ac. currents versus Dc. current that hard,y have a use, except for Dc motors and lightning ;))
Just a warning.

 
 
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