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Re: WTC proposal

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Posted by  J. Booth on April 18, 2003 at 23:36:05:

In Reply to:  WTC proposal posted by Per Corell on August 05, 2002 at 16:33:39:

I have an idea for the THINK team. Besides building twin airy towers, or structures, maybe build exterior concrete structures in parts, or sections, although probably should not build the concrete thick enough for people to work or sit in it. Maybe let the concrete exterior square around the two airy towers, and let the very top part of the new towers have the same structure as the old ones, a little bit of light gray & dark gray at the top. Let most of the other concrete exterior parts be gray like the old twin towers, and maybe a little dark gray. Also probably don't let concrete parts cover the whole length of the twin airy towers. Let them display light at night. This is just an idea. If this idea is a bad one, then you may not want to try this.

 
 
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