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4-30-2010 @ 9:36AM
I'm not sure what planet you live in but most structures on Earth are designed with an expected occupancy in mind. If you went to see a local band at an arena that can hold 100,000 and only 200 people showed up you'd probably feel like the venue was far too big for the event being held there. Similarly, if you saw Metallica at a local bar and 100,000 were trying to cram in you'd likely feel the venue was disproportionately small.Size and scale are important factors in design and if that's a fact with which you intend to argue I can only hope you work in an unrelated field.
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