Famous Hulls of the Alaskan Sea


[Image: Philipp Scholz Rittermann].

I scanned this interior view of a ship’s hull from a postcard I received yesterday. The voluminous, cathedral-like reinforced buttressing of the ship’s inner hull is all the more remarkable when you realize that this is the Exxon Valdez Under Construction.
Do future catastrophes offer hints in the details of the past?

(Thanks, Dan).

6 thoughts on “Famous Hulls of the Alaskan Sea”

  1. the icy white Portland stone of the adjacent Gibbs Fellows’ Building at King’s always has seemed to me to want to collide with the Chapel: latter which has 4 corner towers like the four funnels of the fated Titanic. Due for a collision or the College at least bound for financial insolvency, even despite Keynes’s financial wheelings and dealings with and for the College portfolio…
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fd/KingsCollegeChapel.jpg

  2. You could rebuild the entirety of Cambridge on a subduction zone, and then watch as the two buildings literally do collide. Tectonics as a means for redesigning the city. Every ten years another inch is different.

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