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  1. This looks like a great building and I wonder when it will be done. It’s unfortunate that harnessing the power of the wind to get energy is not enough to fully sustain such a structure but if even 1/3 of the energy needed is created this way that is still a big win. Such a structure would attract a lot of tourism bringing in extra money for the state. When it’s done this building will become a global icon for sustainability.

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