Wow...china is creating the longest sea bridge. Here is the article:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/de … sea-bridge
What do you guys think? good idea? bad idea?
Like to see it in action, but not sure I'd ever want to cross it - cluck cluck cluck cluck-
I don't know if I'd be brave enough to go on that bridge. The potential for disaster is so obvious and looming. Maybe after it'd been there for a while with no accidents, I might. Like Cagsil said, we'll see if it was a good or bad idea.
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ooo Madame X that would be very scary. and yea I think it is a good idea but also a bad idea.
What do you guys think this bridge may do when it comes to the flying industry?
I don't know anything about the flying industry over there but a lot more people can afford to go in cars than by air. So maybe it would actually boost the tourist industry.
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