BY JAMES K. WHITE | AUGUST 22, 2012
A new concept in stadiums (stadia?) is on some drawing boards. Football fields, baseball fields and large capacity movable seating sections (with and without roofs) are planned to be built on huge floating barges. Two or even three barges could be temporarily connected (including restroom-shower facilities) and entire venues could be floated to suitable ports, perhaps next to huge parking lots. The shape-shifting, site-changing stadiums could be used for varied sports presentations, rock concerts, political rallies, etc. for rental fees without the enormous construction costs or loss of valuable acreage inherent with traditional arenas.
BY DR. DAVE HEPBURN | AUGUST 22, 2012
“Is calcium good for us?”
“Absolutely. If you don’t take it, it could kill you.”
“But, I heard calcium is bad for us, might cause a heart attack.”
“Absolutely. If you take it, it could kill you. Hope that clarifies it for you. Next.”