The propensity of Chinese bridges to spontaneously collapse when subjected to weather, usage, construction, or what some wags have classified as “magnitude 0″ earthquakes, is currently creating much controversy in China – and with even official statistics claiming a Chinese bridge falls down on average at least every 2 months, it is not hard to see why.
- Anonymous commented on October 24, 2012 10:40
I was going to joke that the bridge looked like it was made out of Styrofoam... and then I read that it really was...... More
- Anonymous commented on October 21, 2012 22:11
polysterene is not applicable for bridges i think for slabs in a building it can it is widely used becasuse its economical... More