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Landslide in Taiwan

Landslide in Taiwan

RE: Landslide in Taiwan

Saw it as well and posted in the structural engineering forum... it is amazing how nature can overcome men efforts.

It always makes me remember the last joke in a comic book of the seventies'

Et voilá le travail!
by french author Hubuc

Maybe was his last work, was dying of cancer at the time

A great number of workers come of finishing a deep cylindrical excavation, sweating, and the boss saying
Enfin, une chose bien faite! (Hummm, A fine work!)
and a huge asteroid is falling vertically upon the hole.


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