posted on May, 25 2012 @ 09:45 AM
The JREFers are raising the question of whether Richard Gage is upholding the ethics of architects.
They provide a link to the architect's code.
It looks to me like that code is mostly about serving the interests of architects. They mention the Art and Science of architecture a lot. But the
words physics and mathematics are not in there.
In 2008 I asked Gage about the steel and concrete on every level of the towers. He looked at me like I had grown a second head and then gave the LAME
excuse of the NIST not releasing accurate blue prints. My pledge father was an architect. The standard joke at Illinois Institute of Technology was
the architects studied funny physics and funny math.
Gravity works the same way all over the planet and the physics of skyscrapers cannot change. Is the architectural profession violating ethics by not
resolving this and explaining what data is necessary to resolve it. Architects cannot escape physics. Where are those structural engineers.