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Posted by  Per Corell on December 15, 2002 at 10:36:27:

In Reply to:  Azimuths of the Parthenon posted by Peter Sault on December 15, 2002 at 08:24:48:

Hi
Please don't Asimut my phanteon, Old danish word that one about the Romans , but again you Romans fail into Pyramides ; the tool is here ; it is Digital , it provide whatever in a third the time , from the sheet materials avaible, ----- think about Kursk, that would hold the forces, from a hundred times what a structure need to offer in space. This technology provide allready increadible possibilities, turning technologies the way architecture, shuld do.
Now Im'e not talking Lego, as even this make sense, are often to rigid, to offer others than a standard Dome.
De-duktruction. to make a reasoble choice within technologies by testing new technologies or progress of all .
Phanteon even it's origine are proberly nice but I never seen the structure, the Dome formed a very nice way a bit out of age, with digitals, then you still think points and figures are interesting, with the tools at your hands , Phanteon my --- ; se you made me do it again, what do I care Phanteon, mine are better.

 
 
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