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#262

Tom how much further do we have on this tower?


#263

I was wondering because it keeps getting taller. Rough count about 4 more floors?


#264

Thanks Tec. Great shots btw!


#265

Thank you.


#266

I just counted 64 floors.
My margin of error is maybe 2-3 so yeah tec is just about right. I think another 4-6 floors and this baby is THERE. Maybe even another 8 floors if we are lucky :wink: but I dont think so. Im as blind as a bat


#267

How tall are the surround buildings? 150 - 200 feet?


#268

64/72, 88%


#269

If I may use tectonics shot as a comparison for 247 Cherry.


#270


@loves_nyc


#271

Taken today. By me.


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TECTONIC


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#277

such great photos from everyone!


#278

Good timing on that girl’s jump 5b. I wonder if the bf was able to get such a good shot haha


#279

Its what this tower and other towers due to folks.

What was occurring in that pic is a quantum jump. A temporary increase in quantum energy causing a flux of excitement, and projecting matter against the force of gravity. Directly proportional (energy) to how stellar a tower is. Had she seen Verre or Steinway complete, she would of hit low orbit.

Common things can cause this effect.

Staring at Verre
Staring at Stienway
Staring at the skyline from the GWB,

Why there are so many accidents on the GWB, because of the excitement of the skyline.


#280

Hah this made me cackle!
Cheers!


#281

Some scientists say that A Megatall being approved could quantum jump somebody to Mars.

Legends tell that a Megatall actually starting construction in NYC could boost somebody to the center of the Milky Way and beyond, depending on the height and design of such building.

Also the first negative quantum jump was recorded when 50 Hudson Yards was leased.