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If the ancient romans had cars would they still have built straight roads?


Confucius confusions | Do you have any answers to this modern question that would have baffled the wisest sages of old?

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    Greensleeves Hubs 3 years ago

    You beat me to it !! That was going to be my comment if you hadn't got there first. (And I guess we in Britain would all be driving on the right now like they do in Rome - except maybe in Scotland 'cos they never went there!)

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    Sid Kemp (SidKemp) 3 years ago

    Excellent thinking! Conservation of materials is a good point. Though sometimes, using fewer materials means more work, as when cutting a pass through a mountain to make a straight road.

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