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  1. When living in a disaster prone area, don't go for the cheapest construction you can find.
    Use concrete and concrete embedded solutions.
    If there's heavy hurricanes and tyfoons and whatnot, use armed concrete,
    which must then also be applied into substructure embedding.
    This means using bolts for window wallframes and such.
    Not a few nails or even just some glue.
    Most accidents happen when people who think they can design a building
    after a few years of architecture at a lesser university is enough to start
    drawing up building schemes.
    It's not the software either. Ultimately people need to keep wind pressures,
    earthquake forces, foundation soil and liquifaction into account as well.
    Doing so on a good understanding of the geography is part of the building design.
    Not doing so leaves a building that's meant to resist eartquakes prone to
    windpressure or vice versa, or an otherwise good building to both.
    (using no countermeasures for neither).
    Going cheap is nice when it comes at little cost to quality.
    Going with cheaper that does cost in quality is a one way street
    to disaster in a disaster prone area.
    Yes, it's cheaper today, but if the building goes woosh, it'll be more expensive.
    A good building that resists eartquakes in an earthquake area is not cheap,
    but will be cheaper than erectnig the same building twice.
    The same for wind resistance, soil degradation, landslides, soil liquifaction, etc.

  2. Had to laugh – 2.25. 'As of January 2017, Fiat Chrysler automobiles is the largest employer in the city'…..Shows video of a modern factory and production line full of robots – not one human being can be seen ! Priceless.

  3. You need to know ONLY the Lord's CHURCH will be RAPTURED. Watch: "The End Will Come | Prophet Dr. David Owuor | November 6, 2022" on Repent and Come Out of The Great Tribulation.

  4. You mean the "wheels snap off as soon as he hits that mound at the start of the runway." That's pilot error, he landed to early and missed his landing markers. But who ever stacked that snow at the end played their role of stupid idiot as well.

  5. I'm sorry but I'm dying laughing at the first one how they were speaking an entirely different language until things got real, then then English curse words started coming out lmao "what the fuck, holy shit!"

  6. 6:13 '''IDOLATRY'' . 11:50 No it's not what the narrator is told to say, ''I GUESS THIS IS THE COST OF LIVING IN THE MOST LAND-SLIDE PRONE AREAS''. NO, IT'S BECAUSE STUPID PEOPLE EASILY BRIBE CCP TOOLS AND THEN SELL OR RENT THESE DEATH-TRAPS WITH IMPUNITY WHEN SAID BUILDINGS FATALLY COLLAPSE.

  7. Dust devils that don't seem as strong or staying as long in one place as the one in Canada are somewhat common in the summertime in Las Vegas, Nevada, and while seemingly not as powerful as the one in the video, can still move a full-sized car a good ten feet to the side as it passes through.

  8. @3:00 of the three companies contracted to erect the scaffolding, not a single one thought to cut wind slits in whatever they had the scaffolding wrapped in…
    I wonder what OSHA found…

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