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4-30-2010 @ 9:16AM
It's definitely a real life problem that real life architects have to deal with.There is a certain amount of space a building (or room, or elevator, or stadium, or pool), and it can only hold a finite number of people safely.You may not have noticed, but a place you'll see it frequently is posted in restaurants, elevators, and pools, saying the "maximum capacity" of people cannot safely exceed this. I suppose the sign is pretty silly, but the concept isn't.There is definitely a different feeling if you are in a baseball stadium that is at maximum capacity, or one that is nearly empty.
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