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Posted by  Per Corell on September 18, 2003 at 11:11:28:

 

Hi
This is ;

"Rendering of rebuilt PATH station shows that it will bear the name World Trade Center. Joseph J. Seymour, executive director of the Port Authority, believes "it's a statement of hope."

Nice, as now you finaly can be challanced ,show what a 3D-H structure will perform, in different scales , materials and structures, doing anything four times as strong. Ok the technology is not the one I would use, performing a -train station, by will be bullit and wind prove, strong as the gates of heaven and nice . Bad you get so involved trying to be a designer, but realy wouldn't you think they made better Zeppeliners then modern structural crane piece structures, now 3D-H is better, you judge I can even reshape so I guess you can expect my image of a cheap, safe, nice -train station :))

 
 
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