Whilst cement and concrete are often used interchangeably the two words are not synonyms. Both cement and concrete each distinct materials; the common confusion likely stems from the fact that not only do the two words sound very similar, both are building materials. Cement is a granular binding powder, made by mixing limestone, calcium, silicon,… Continue reading Commonly Confused Words: Cement & Concrete
From the ruins of the old world, the superstructures of the new. All music composed & produced by Kaiter Enless.
Pertinent First Questions. Much has been said about the current US President's proposed border wall, with opposition commentary generally running along the lines of, "A border wall is inherently racist!" Let us, from the start, dispense with such foolishness. Walls, no more than doors, columns or cornices, are in any cogently definable way classically "racist"… Continue reading Towards A Program of Great Works: The US-Mexican Border Wall