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Re: the bridge in morocco::: 3616 km long reallly???

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Anand Kathula wrote:
> hi mr Aghbal,
> Have been seeing ur bridge for about amonth now,
> have a few questions::
> you say the bridge is 3616 km long. Is it really that long, where exactly
> is it in morocco,
> why are they building it and waht areyou trying to cross. Is it
> economically feasible to
> build a 3000 km long bridge. and what are 'french' units:: i thought europe
> and the
> rest of the world used S.I units.They do not belong to france by any means
> Just a thought, the distance from L.A to new york is about 4000 km.
> with a span length of 45 m each, how many spans do you think you are gonna
> use??
> If its a typing mistake iam extremely sorry other wise we are all stupid
> engineers to believe you.
>                               ANAND KATHULA
>                              Email: axkathul(--nospam--at)
>                                           2330, N OLIVER ST
>                                           APT 204, TALL OAKS
>                                           wichita
>                                           Kansas 67220
I believe that the coma represents a decimal. Therefor the bridge is
3.616 km long.

Jake Watson, E.I.T.
Salt Lake City, UT