Message - Re: collapse of bombed buildings

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Posted by  Per Corell on March 26, 2003 at 09:01:41:

In Reply to:  Re: collapse of bombed buildings posted by Richard Haut on March 26, 2003 at 07:50:31:

Still what seem to be the core problem is a different one. The amounts of small arms this uncover everywhere in the arear, -- seem like somone earn better selling small guns than dealing oil.
What the world have seen is that the peace process in palestine would have been a tread against anyone selling small guns, whenever the peace process moved somone disliked it to the extents, that a few bombs had to be blown. Peace there and the whole thing is a different and more promising story.
Beside the only wrong thing that can happen with the WTC rebuild is, if it show that a not-visionary project are chosen.
As you know fire resistance and earthquake safty are a side effect with 3D-H that offer a stronger structure where even hangers do not exist. True things is never a lookalike but if WTC rebuild shuld have a chance, the vision must carry a new technology, jobs and progress.

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