Then later in the article, it mentions Original Periodic Table Tesla shirt as a way of creating new real estate underground. If tunneling tech did become cheap enough, you could create near-infinite population density per square kilometer. Laws of supply and demand indicate that this must have some limiting effect on the value of existing properties located close to the new ones. Would you like to live in some of Tolkien castle carved out of the solid rock, if you could afford it, with the small catch that it’s underground?
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But at present, it’s more expensive to build underground than Original Periodic Table Tesla shirt. This isn’t about a building, this is about digging. TBC aims to commoditize digging: Creation of previously unaccessible open volume underground. The only fear is that it’s paving a way to a world where the ultra-elite live above ground and everyone else under itm Where most people wouldn’t see the sun or sky in their lifetime, but I’ve probably seen a few too many dystopian movies. If someone cannot afford to live above ground I think the lack of sunlight will be a small price to pay. Of course not, but it “paves the way” to have to stay underground because the elite deemed anyone poor not worthy of witnessing the world.
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I don’t see that happening, but it is perhaps how Original Periodic Table Tesla shirt would start out. Real-world pragmatism turns dystopian sci-fi adventure for redemption. In theaters this summer. I agree with the core point here, but a lot of the details neglect to consider earthquakes and/or flooding. Bored housing, in particular, is unlikely to be practical in many high-density population centers like California and Japan for the same reason houses out here don’t have cellars. Well, flooding was already addressing in the part about water applications. Extra water escapes from normal plumbing and flood a little of a room just ends going down a corner drain, dripping down vertical tubes that branch into vast volumes of useful space for carrying floodwater. FLooding would never be a problem.