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Message - Re: PROJECT ONE (rebuilding WTC)

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Posted by  Per Corell on December 25, 2002 at 07:08:35:

In Reply to:  Re: PROJECT ONE (rebuilding WTC) posted by Peter Postma on December 24, 2002 at 12:46:23:

Hi
Now how much of an artist are you then.
Would you accept that your layout will be handled by an application, turning your solids into actural building compoments ?
Do you think that the design, not the structure is the main issue.
Now please don't get offended when I point to, that you expect somone to judge your creative idears, ---- as I would never send anything I would doubt under these circumstances.
Now if all the creative minds in this forum could produce the vision it wouls have a chance, as this is teh "weight" of the true vision about these sites , you need to be able to project a town , you need to know there are water inside water tubes, you need to know how to seperate high-current electricity support and maneage a maze structure that transform an entire city with a few doorway's and escape way's, and you need to build in safety issues that ask specific knowleage.
We are talking about Visions not individual wishes ,Tools and develobment , progress and jobs. Bad enough we are not talking about making money ;))

 
 
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