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Message - Re: Rebuilding WTC: Man does not live by bread alone

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Posted by  Per Corell on February 02, 2003 at 13:16:09:

In Reply to:  Re: Rebuilding WTC: Man does not live by bread alone posted by Manuel Oliveros on February 02, 2003 at 09:48:41:

Hi
A repair with modern methods and the actural options isn't that bad, as this will be able to grow if this is the true vision.
I can not se this any different, as technologies or new materials alway's been the inspiration for the ones who grasp visions ; maby not enough is educated or the quality is not what you expect, but then why don't new technology have a chance in one ou you Romans contests. You don't even se a proposal when it's there, you want to build the future as Eifel could cast iron and how surface geometry is thought to be "the" only technology beside Lego. This even you can not post an army of bricklayers or metal workers to space. This _have_ to be made tree times as heavy and able to pancake.

 
 
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