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For questions involving the nature, development, impact, or design of cities. This tag may be used for a city of any size including (but not limited to) hamlets, villiages, towns, metropolises, and megacities.

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layering from the bottom up, which is gives you more control over the shape, and will probably mean a better wall. So, anyway, if everyone in this city is on-board, and the materials are readily … available, and you've got plenty of concrete pouring machines, and all the framing material you could ever want, so you can do the whole circumference of the city simultaneously, I say it's going to take you …
answered Aug 8 by boxcartenant
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for them to do. If the available jobs come from a list of pre programmed functions, then the city is destabilized as soon as a need appears which wasn't foreseen by the original programmers. It … can identify and solve problems as they go, then the city can be destroyed by philosophical shifts toward subjectivism, unrealistic laziness, or general entitlement in the human population (or anything …
answered Aug 9 by boxcartenant