Minimalist wrote:A big enough earthquake is not going to care about a tent.
Minimalist wrote:I don't know if the problem would be the computer as much as who could write the program to do what you wish. But it is an interesting idea.
Minimalist wrote:Sadly, it seems as if Lucius Calpurnius Piso, the owner of the villa and apparent collector of the library, was a patron of a minor Greek philosopher named Philodemus. So far, much of what has been deciphered is Philodemus' work. Which is not to say that they should not continue because perhaps Philodemus refers to other writers but it would be great to recover some of the missing books of Livy or plays of Euripides! In fact, "great" is an understatement. It would be the 21st century equivalent of the Dead Sea Scrolls or Nag Hamadi.
I have little doubt that there are both people who can code in it,
min, a tent is not going to care about any size earthquake.
Minimalist wrote:I have little doubt that there are both people who can code in it,
I suppose with enough money. There is always that problem in archaeology, though. Coming up with the money.
Minimalist wrote:min, a tent is not going to care about any size earthquake.
What good is the tent if what's under it is leveled?
although it is costly.
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