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Demolition of Buildings

Demolition of Buildings

Demolition of Buildings

Hi all
I Need some information about Demolition of buildings. in Explosive way.
if its including calculating its awesome!! thanks all :)

RE: Demolition of Buildings

You will need to be more specific in your request. Your request is far to vague to receive any real assistance. To be clear, you are asking for blanket information on an entire field of study.

Andrew H.

RE: Demolition of Buildings

Fill a truck with ammonium nitrate and diesel fuel, park in middle of building's first floor, ignite. No calculations necessary, just go as big as you can.

Dan - Owner

RE: Demolition of Buildings

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I don't think we want to be radicalizing students
I hardly see where taking the square root of a student is a problem... particularly when the sum of knowledge appears to be zero.

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