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However strong a building is it's not going to survive earth's crust
subducting it. I propose a building not only practically indestructible but
capable of moving along earth's surface very, very slowly counter to the
movement of the crust. Maybe regular expansion and contraction from
and winter could push it in one direction through the soil.
EDIT: I don't think too good
||... subducting ? Sublimation is something quite different ...
||// capable of moving along earth's surface very, very slowly //
||Transport for London already have the copyright on that one.
||Yes, but in 100 million years we're going to feel
pretty stupid having built stairs and elevators into
the building, when we've all evolved into small flying
||Buildings, who needs buildings? In 100 million years we'll have technologically-connected exoskeletons within which we hide; a sort of physical representation of our online personas.