Message - Re: Here's a Simple Solution, and the Best One to the WTC Issue

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Posted by  Per Corell on January 18, 2004 at 03:55:01:

In Reply to:  Here's a Simple Solution, and the Best One to the WTC Issue posted by Kyle White on January 18, 2004 at 02:27:14:


Do you realy mean that we shuld forget about the obvious develobment of new jobs, and the fantastic options that a true will for progress will effect the intire world ?

That the attitude shuld not show a supreme ability to produce somthing 10 times better, 20 times safer and 100 times more beautifull than what was plastered with elevator sharfts, fiddled together different building technikes and just another target.

Would anyone have emagined the Sydney Opera, before a true competition showed what could be achived ----- do any of the proposed structures reflect the hope or the wish to free those sacrifice or will you be happy, when just a copy is there and no progress , no new fantastic options have surfaced ?

Do you realy think you win this war, by putting up somthing that do not reflect the instant respond of all nations. Sorry but this is not a very good foundation for new jobs, and a bright future.

Don't you know, that even today's top architect applications is focused on placing Lego block on Lego block ------ not the refreshing and visionary skills as you se in the Sydney Opera. All you get with the proposed projects is angled surfaces and the way things alway's been projected, it will not hold 20 years or rather it will leave the world depressed about the lost oppotunity.

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