Friday, September 2, 2011

Because it isn't there

I seem to vaguely recall a time when Americans dreamed up big, ambitious projects.

From NPR's The World:

Dubbeling also insists that the Dutch need a new big engineering project.

“Since we stopped reclaiming land from the sea, we Dutch are in some kind of identity crisis. And in the last decades we could export our ideas. But now, with this economic crisis, we really have to think of something different. ”

A mountain, Dubbeling says, definitely qualifies on that score.

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