Yippee! Last night I saw a meme of fresh horse shit!
It’s an image of a sky scraper in flames with this caption: “Tallest building in Chechnya catches fire and burns for 29 hours straight It didn’t collapse..”
Of course this is another demon seed planted into the minds of 911 “truthers.” It was upon realizing this that I entered a state I refer to as “Spok Mode.”
“Chechnya is earthquake country.” I thought.
To confirm that I went to Google and yup, they build skyscrapers to withstand earthquakes.
I’m sure we all remember the New Jersey earth quake of … what year was that? Yea, it was that memorable.
I did some more research and discovered that The Olympus Tower, (oh yea, that’s what it’s called), was completed in September 2011.
After the September 11th attacks architects all over the world began making changes to how buildings were designed.
Now since Chechnya is Earthquake country, it stands to reason that buildings in the region would be more resilient. But since a decade had passed since 9/11 the issue of keeping a building standing even after many hours of a burning fire would be a new point to focus on.
Professionals who learn from the mistakes from the past. It just seems logical.
OK, now I need to focus on getting laid more then once every 7 years.