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There's probably enough re-bar in China to stretch from here to Alpha Centauri
     
     
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This is such a giant pit not only in sheer size but in depth as well. Will this be used for parking?
     
     
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This is such a giant pit not only in sheer size but in depth as well. Will this be used for parking?
Yes, the building foundation for China's largest deep building foundation pit, provides about 2600 parking spaces.
     
     
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There's probably enough re-bar in China to stretch from here to Alpha Centauri
I'm wondering just how many cranes have been in that country in the last decade up to now? That alone could probably equal the distance to the moon.
     
     
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I doubt anyone has 2.56714087 × 10 to the 13th miles of re-bar....
     
     
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Very classy, I like it.
Who designed this beauty ?
     
     
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Very classy, I like it.
Who designed this beauty ?
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Looks like a big firm. Fisrt time I've heard of it.
But I'm surprised they didn't put this project on their website.
     
     
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Looks like a big firm. Fisrt time I've heard of it.
But I'm surprised they didn't put this project on their website.
I guess it is because there is no update site
     
     
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Excellent pics. Razor sharp.

Look forward to seeing this project rise.
     
     
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