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    Quiet, you. :P

    What a statistic!

    "Welcome to Baltimore; home of the world's tallest building with a symmetric, pentagonal floorplan."

    If China builds a taller building with a symmetric, pentagonal...
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    Maglev Trains

    Yup. *I've certainly heard of it. *It's not necessarily the tallest 5-sided building, but rather the tallest building with a symmetric, pentagonal floorplan. *The 75-story JP Morgan Building in...
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    Maglev Trains

    DC's height limit allows for the construction of buildings that don't challenge the Capitol rotunda's supremacy. *There are plenty of noteworthy midrise buildings, church spires, and domes which are...
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    From the statistics I've seen, the population decline has been levelling off in Philly. *According to the 2000 Census, its population only declined by about 5%, which is quite an improvement compared...
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    Maglev Trains

    That's good to hear, ablarc. *I hope, however, that sooner or later the cities I named experience an increase in population rather than a decline, which is what all of them have suffered from since...
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    Maglev Trains

    Proposed, for now. *It's under serious consideration by local authorities, from what I understand. *It would definitely be a major boost to the regional economy; both cities have been in a state of...
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    Maglev Trains

    The most tangible maglev project in the U.S. so far is a 60-odd-mile commuter line between Baltimore and Washington, D.C..
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