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MercutioATC Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-08-05 01:28 AM
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61. Evidently, your criteria are much more lenient than mine...
Edited on Sat Oct-08-05 01:37 AM by MercutioATC
"The comparisons are in the posts above."

All I've seen are comparisons of overall structural dimensions and the number of columns involved. Nothing about the properties of the steel, the dimensions of the steel, or the joints.

Are you saying that these issues don't matter? Would they matter if I constructed the same structure of cardboard and then claimed to have evidence of the physics of a building collapse?

The issues raised (properties of the steel, dimensions, joint strength and type, etc.) have a direct bearing on the question. Are you seriously saying that you don't agree?
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