posted on Jun, 12 2013 @ 05:24 PM
reply to post by Phage
I know it is hard to leave a place where you where grew up, or where you have a solid financial connection to the area, and relocate to a new region,
safer region. Even so, I just don't understand why people continue to live in areas with potentially fatal weather systems.
Maybe I am too naive. I can't imagine a completely vacant area, where the people left due to a vicious Mother Nature, but such a vacancy would be the
ideal way to ensure safety and avoid potential material loss.
I have also been curious about why the region continues to rebuild their residence with little variation in construction design after complete
If I were in charge of developing a community habitat, I know I would take a very different approach to creating a blue-print. The buildings and homes
of the area would be unlike any found across the country. I think homes would be served much better if the were constructed underground, at least for
the most part.
I would probably build them in a dome type design, where the entrance opens into a small 'parlor' and has another door for entry into the home. I
suppose a couple of windows could be exposed, but that may reduce the overall security of the home.
It would probably look very cool too. A dome built underground, with only the top of the dome exposed to the outside world. The top of the dome would
be a sky-light, made out of shatter-proof glass...
OK, I'll stop my rambling and day-dreaming. I think you probably understand what I am saying, maybe even better than I understand it myself.