Let me begin with a quote from this article:
“Just ask the Chinese, whose Great Wall took 2,000 years to build and failed to keep out invaders.”
So, even with modern technology, this science-based article suggests building this wall could take a very, very long time. I wonder if someone, friends of the administration, will get a no bid contract to rush through the surveys and start building a wall destined to fall down due to poor design and nature. Before even getting started there are private landowners, perhaps Native American burial grounds, endangered species, etc.
Perhaps the whole idea of a border wall is a big waste of time, money, and energy.
What Geology Has to Say About Building a 1,000-Mile Border Wall
Compared to erecting a marble palace or high-steepled church, a wall may seem relatively straightforward—it isn’t Read the full story
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