you could understand construction slowing
way down during something like world war
2- but does anyone even have any theories
about why it slowed way down in 2008 and
has not picked back up?- after moving along
without any meaningful slowdowns for the
last 60 or even 100 years?.. something must
in 1979 the stock market crashed big time and
everyone thought the world was coming to an
end- but still no construction slowdown.. there
were several much worse economic problems in
the last 60 or 100 years- but still there was no
construction slow-down like there is now..
no one knows why this happened- but then again
no one uses logic to understand things either..
the only way any building can get constructed
is if somebody invests money in that building..
and ever since modern construction began a little
over 100 years ago- nobody could go wrong owning
a building.. but was that always the case? was
that the case when they built buildings by hand
the point is- it all depends on the WAY buildings
are being built..
is it just a coincidence that construction crashed
at exactly the same time everyone recognized that
buildings will no longer be constructed anything
like they've been constructed for the last 100 or so
years? that the big revolution going from building
buy hand with mud to building from lines has now
come to an end? (deniers or not)..
autodesk resellers are reporting that AutoCAD for
architecture- (construction by lines)- is dead- and
that the new virtual construction is what we have
from here on..
right now no one will invest one dime in a building
constructed from lines..
so the problem is- right now there is a "vacuum"-
because the new way of construction is not up and
running yet- it's too complicated for anyone to
learn this fast.. but once the implementation starts
happening- money will be gushing into buildings-
REAL buildings- MODERN buildings.. not "mud"
buildings built from lines..