Message - Re: when did modernity end in 2othcentury?

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Posted by  Per Corell on November 19, 2002 at 09:57:34:

In Reply to:  Re: when did modernity end in 2othcentury? posted by John DeFazio on November 19, 2002 at 06:01:17:

So this is how it is :))
This is what I say , -- there are an idear to this, and best view are within seing it the way you do.
This also mean that our claims to ourself have to be higher, than that simple one, if the gathering have structural fitness.
Academics use to know a lot of interesting details, Architecture can even become a spesial interest, guess this is how Einsteins and proffesors look alike both long haired ;))
My obsession keep me from seing these perspectives , but as there are many alternatives, I se no reson to blame academics ; they live well , are often fat, even nice people who live a well life , and I particular don't have any drawbacks with these ,------ this is not my problem.
Still I fail to se the real obstruction, as cottages, boats and high rise buildings, ought to be cheap . Esp, 2002.
Also they shuld be build with tools that intergrate the projecting with the manufactoring process.

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