SKILLFUL AND BRILLIANT BUILDERS WHO BROKE THE SYSTEM

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SKILLFUL AND BRILLIANT BUILDERS WHO BROKE THE SYSTEM

SKILLFUL AND BRILLIANT BUILDERS WHO BROKE THE SYSTEM

 I just want to say that while I respect the innovators and builders who use these techniques and materials today, a reminder of the old saying "They Don't Build Them Like They Used To" comes to my mind as while these new methods are yes revolutionary in the short term, it will still take years if not decades to see if they hold up to some of the buildings and other constructed objects that still exist today but were made within if not longer than a century ago some of which are still in good shape even if they are not actively maintained(meaning not continuously being restored like the presidential monuments in Washington DC), in other words one thing that might be a good idea for builders to consider as an experiment in their work would be to have some scientific community regularly check on what they have built and compare it to old things that have been built, so that we can learn from both construction methods what works best in terms of longevity in the work, strength of the work, and the ease and necessity of modifying what has been built to keep it in line with modern standards, as well as the environmental impact of the materials being used, how the making of these materials can affect the environment, and what making these buildings and other objects with these materials and where will do to the environment they are in and can affect in the short and long term.  The first one is a great idea, but they may lose a lot of business because they bury the prices on their website.  There's a lot of times when I'm thinking of buying something and go to the website and can't find prices so I go else where.  Don't use a hammer it's a rubber mallet like in the video I've used that leveling system for tile lots it's a lot easier to just kick them off not as much bending over.  sometimes they break off flush with the tile just take a knife and carefully cut the leg off.

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