Message - Re: World Trade Center Buildings

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Posted by  Per Corell on December 26, 2002 at 15:16:14:

In Reply to:  Re: World Trade Center Buildings posted by Mike on December 26, 2002 at 14:25:38:

The foundations of the future are no rubble. Sure you need to rest a building structure onto somthing, but then this os made for this porpous. Maby you think architectural application are those doing square and paper works, ---- not the one for the future, as that rather offer the tools with the avaible technology, beside why tear down cultural values , nice Icons of modern world and use as rubble, there are plenty nice buildings infront ,down to the harbour, that shuld be stored, untill the soil around are replaced with new ground ,adding a renovated high rise. Why progress into the water before the sites and the surroundings are even planned, why even think about soil when this need to be planned right.
Why is it, just anything made from what's at hand shuld be the right thing to do, when what you need you need to perform not just act. To even use a trade center you need goods to trade, then what is wrong with jobs and new technology and progress ; why are emty pyramide companies so good compared with the new technology ,that make this work when there are again houses around, and we remembered what respect is.
Please ; even the greeks spended a lot of brain trying to figure out the pyramides ; please se it, there are nothing to them, they are no use for nothing, you can't ecen force them square as the greeks proved with math. When you build new you build new.

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