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Posted by  ENG.K.C.VEERANNA SETTY on February 12, 2003 at 12:14:07:

1. Why no architect gives the life span of a structure created by
2. Every place,built up area or a structure has a life span
depending on the sorrounding environment.They are called PANCHA
BHOOTAS vis., Earth, Water, Fire, Wind & Space. To what extent
the architects have taken these into account in their projects?
3. A dreamer had predicted the damage to the WTC-why none took note
of the 1993 attack at the basement?
4. Per my preliminary reading, the north tower of the WTC was
higher than that of the South's. Which is ditremental TO ITS
LIFE SPAN per our VAASTHU SAASTRAM. Hence it became the victim
of vandalism.

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