Transcript for scene 21 of the video " Floods and Ice Age - Part 2" by Rolf Witzsche  

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Basalt is stronger than steel by weight

Basalt is stronger than steel by weight; is non-corrosive, is chemically inert, and is almost as hard as diamonds. It has an extremely fine grain, so that it can be extruded into micro-fibres. And best of all, this almost ideal building material lays process-ready on the ground in infinite abundance. All that is needed for it to be used, is high-density energy to melt it. This, the liquid-fuelled nuclear fission reactor can provide, or cosmic energy can provide. Both options are possible.

 

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