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Jim Getaz wrote:
        I bet the folks at Controlled Demolition and other places like that would just say that any building can be brought down as desired, its just a matter of preparation. Not too much unlike what we all do to ensure a building stays up.
        Jim Getaz
 
Reminds me of the old definition of contrast between "military" and "civil" engineer.

One makes things stay up, and the other makes things fall down.
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