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you have pee hands: They did a great job of taking pictures that made that building look quite ordinary.
Day_Old_Dutchie: Just think of all the thousands of identical-looking Chinese bureaucrats obsessively working away in that building busily figuring out new ways of controlling their media or loaning money to the US, on workstations with bootleg copies of MS Windows.
ChrisDe: The photos were so close that it was hard to get an idea of the scale.
halmot: 1km long hallways? I can't be the only one thinking Chair Races!!!
factoryconnection: Parking must be an unholy pain in the ass for that place. The Pentagon, even with its dedicated Metro stop, bus stops, organized slugging and incentivized car-pooling is painful when it comes to parking.ChrisDe: The photos were so close that it was hard to get an idea of the scale.I found it on GoogleMaps. Those are full-sized sports stadia next to it.
FuturePastNow: That sure as hell doesn't look like it's a kilometer long. Perhaps it has huge windows.
SAN66: Really?I thought the Boeing Everett Factory was the largest building in the world. It has it's own weather patterns. Maybe if they whittle that down to largest "office" building limited to X floors?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_largest_buildings_in_the_world
Bondith: They article mentioned floor space. BEF might be largest by volume.
ronaprhys: Is this in one of those Chinese cities they build to inflate their GDP but that have no people in them?