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Message - Re: Azimuths of the Parthenon

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Posted by  Per Corell on December 16, 2002 at 15:22:01:

In Reply to:  Re: Azimuths of the Parthenon posted by Manuel Oliveros on December 16, 2002 at 09:31:11:

Hi
What the Romans did, was to adabt technologies and maintain progress by offering these different technologies, still they found no use for pyramides as there are no use for them. My critic about Lego is more serious than my complains about Romans, but I guess a few don't realy like the warnings about mixing tradisional structures with high tech Decor as this seem to be the trend. Seriously I guess that there are Visions doing so, but not with these early xero thickness mesh entities, but with ballanced vilumes and sensible high tech structures making the Lego make sense, there will be a way to combine the best of future to come, and the build in logic with 3 plane boxworks . I must agrea that not all Lego are square, but I find it so wrong, to spend so much money with high tech addisions, that only fullfill one porpous, have no structure and cost a farm , when there are cheap and easy high- tech structures, that will not be Decor, that will even make build-around with reson, leaving the tradisional structures without being in conflict.
There are no graphic this time, I hope one day to be able to do what I just described ; now I know how ;))

 
 
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