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On a more serious note - I am glad the dogma about the lack of innovation, technology, and creativity by the Asians (hence we have nothing to worry about because America owns the patents on innovation, technology, and creativity) is on full display here.
- A construction crew in the south-central Chinese city of Changsha has completed a 15-story hotel in just six days.
- The work crew erected the hotel -- a soundproofed, thermal-insulated structure reportedly built to withstand a magnitude 9 earthquake -- with all prefabricated materials. In other words, a crew of off-site factory workers built the sections, and their on-site counterparts arranged them on the foundation for the Ark project.
- Despite the frenetic pace of construction, no workers were injured -- and thanks to the prefab nature of the process, the builders wasted very few construction materials.