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(NHK World (Japan)) Video If you have to rebuild your ancient town after a devastating tsunami, it helps if a local woman has been building precise scale models of local buildings for the past eighteen years   ( www3.nhk.or.jp) divider line
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2012-12-17 10:12:11 PM  
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2012-12-17 06:25:20 PM  
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I can think of a spot in Dallas that could use a small nuke just to undo 100 years of "We have to build these roads this way because that's how the cow paths converged before the levees were built." Just a few kilotons, non-residential, probably just break every window downtown.

Getting wiped out should be used as a launching point for not making the same screw-ups as prior inhabitants.
2012-12-17 06:01:56 PM  
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Honest Bender: Or you could take this opportunity to build nicer, newer buildings...

Do you think they will build older building?
2012-12-17 02:12:23 PM  
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