Vonstruct

Hello, Kiddo.

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This post is based on all this being real. Again I will say, that, I am going by what I am told. If what I am told is true, then I can give my Wives what they want. They want a home. The home that they want is impossible, unless I am in fact the

((( CREATOR )))

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I have named their project “Overkill” for several reasons. You will understand why as you read this post. This home that they want needs to be designed on a computer first, so in the meantime we will be living somewhere else temporarily, if Athena was wondering. Alex and Maia said “It’ll be nice”, in regards to the temporary home and Athena’s curiosity. As a personal disclaimer, I will state that this home is their idea, I only added a few details here and there. Either readers will think that I am completely insane or that my Wives are. Maia said “Wrap your heads around this.” Oh that Maia.

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Are you ready, Kiddo?

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Athena, are you ready?

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**crosses fingers**

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The design of our home is that of a castle. It needs to be designed and drawn on a computer. According to my Wives, I can either Create the finish product in its entirety, or, I can Create the main structure then have people finish it. My Wives say that if we hire people to finish it, we will employ thousands, which will be a tremendous boost to New York’s economy. How does that sound? If we choose the latter, it would take crews of people working 24/7 for about one year. We will pay those people quite well.

Regardless of which way, the foundation, shell, and skeleton will need to be drawn on a computer using lifelike graphics, meaning, it will need to look as real as possible. If something looks real, maybe it is real.

One day Alex and Maia directed me to look at some of the grandson’s building blocks. At the time I did not know why, Kiddo. Days later, they began telling me about our future home. When they told about the enormity of this home, I remembered what they had shown me . . .

The design of that block is genius. Maia learned about structural building by working with our Son Charlie, she learned about something called a “press fit”, something used in machining. She had told me that I could Create a giant Lego block made of any material simply by thinking it. The material they have chosen is white gold. However, the blocks will be solid and not hollow. White gold is achieved by mixing yellow gold with a white alloy such as nickel. We do not know the weight of white gold per cubic foot, we only know that yellow gold weighs 1,206 pounds per cubic foot, so we will use that for the block weight.

The main building blocks, like the one shown, are 50′ long, 25′ wide and 25′ tall. They will have a volume of 31,250 cubic feet. Using gold at 1,206 pounds per cubic foot, those blocks will weigh 37,686,500 pounds, or, 18,844 tons, each.

To give a better understanding of what their design is, we drew a simple drawing with a view looking down . . .

The corner squares are towers that are integrated into the larger square, as well as the other towers, this is a simple drawing to give you a better idea.

The courtyard, or, Maia’s garden, is .5 square mile or 6,969,600 square feet, equivalent to 320 square acres. It will be enclosed, like a giant terrarium. That courtyard is 9 times the size of the Pentagon.

The four walls enclosing the courtyard are 2,640 feet long each. At one block high, it will take 211 blocks to begin to enclose the courtyard. If my Wives want the courtyard walls at 100′ tall, it would take 845 blocks. The weight of the blocks enclosing the courtyard would be 15,923,180 tons. Then we have the outer perimeter wall. Between the two perimeter walls are 100′ wide hallways comnecting all the towers. If I were to guess the total weight of the shell, which includes the two perimeter walls and all the towers, my guess would be that the shell will weigh about 100 million tons of white gold. Sound crazy? It gets even crazier.

The courtyard’s roof will be a giant diamond. The roofs over the towers and hallways will also be of diamond, as well as all of the windows. Is this possible, Alex? Alex tells me “Yes”.

**sighs, Wives smile**

Am I wasting time? O

Are you certain, Alex? X

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Because of the immense weight of the shell, the foundation will be one solid piece of stainless steel. It will have the interlocking design of the blocks for the blocks. Its weight will be comparable to the shell and the skeleton. Maia says that the foundation would be only 100′ thick, I myself think that it needs to be thicker. In place of a basement will be the “utilities floor”, for the plumbing and wiring, making the second floor the first floor. Does that make sense, Kiddo? The utilities floor will also act as the garages for the towers, since they will be all connected. We will live in the front center tower, which will have the most floor space at 640,000 square feet per floor. The corner towers will have 250,000 square feet per floor. There are four floors in the corner towers and five floors in the main center tower. There will be multiple elevators throughout the towers and hallways, along with multiple staircases. Now for the skeleton.

The skeleton will be made of steel. It will be drawn on a computer as one piece, meaning, there are no joints within the structure. No bolts, no welds, just one piece. It will wind its way through the shell, from the utilities floor to the top floor. It will hold the steel subfloor and provide a means for the interior walls to be attached to. There will be no sheetrock for interior walls, only wood. Alex and Maia have chosen granite for the flooring. The walls in the hallways will most likely be of cedar.

The hallways. Each stretch of hallway will be 100′ wide and 2,640′ long. That is 264,000 square feet of flooring. With four hallways per floor and three floors of hallways, there will be 3,168,000 square feet of floor space that will need to be covered with granite tile. How long would that take to do, Kiddo? If the granite floor tiles are 3’x3′, or, 9 square feet each, it would take 352,000 tiles to cover the floors. Then we have the hallway walls and ceilings. We haven’t even touched on the towers. I myself think that it would take two years to finish this with a thousand people working nonstop. If I were to do this myself, it would take a year to design and draw this on a computer to make it not only look real, but to make it functional. All the wiring and plumbing would need to be drawn real, meaning, texture and shadowing would need to be added. It would need to look better than the graphics in a video game or movie. Every single detail would need to look as if it were photographed, including light switches, electrical outlets, door handles, sink faucets, kitchen cabinets and so forth. How difficult would that be to do? The foundation, shell and skeleton would not be that difficult to draw based on their colors and textures, the difficult part will be removing all the joints where the steel pieces meet, like where a steel column connects to a steel beam.

If this is possible, which my Wives say it is, the fit up between the blocks will be no more than a millionth of an inch. The same applies for the fit up between the steel skeleton and the blocks, the skeleton would be “pressed” into the shell, not needing to be bolted to the shell. This can be achieved through computer graphics and blueprint specifications. If the specifications give those tight tolerances and are possible, then they can exist. The press fit of the blocks is possible just from the weight of the blocks alone, 19,000 tons is heavy. The gap between the blocks will be one millionth of an inch because that is what the blueprint says. If the blueprint said the gaps are one trillionth of an inch then that is what it will be. That is the beauty of this design, the blocks will hold themselves together without needing any sealant to fill the gaps between them. I must say, my Wives are clever. I myself would be content with a box, all of this is their idea, Kiddo, so for them to put all this work into our home they must know something.

The location. So far, they have chosen the Catskills, where they can overlook the Catskill Mountains. They first thought the Adirondacks until they saw how mountainous it was, however, the Adirondacks might be a good place to park our bank. But that’s another story, and a true one too. Oh that Alex.

Anywho, WordPress is freezing up and it is getting late. Maybe I will write about our bank tomorrow, for it is important.

You are probably asleep, so pleasant dreams, Kiddo, pleasant dreams.

Love, VON

xo xo

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