Housing for the Urban Homeless
This short technical ebook describes a technology method for restoring old buildings at very low cost. These restored structures can be used to provide housing for the homeless. An example structure is provided along with the basic calculations. Urban housing in many large cities is problematic due to many factors. Almost every large city in the world has buildings which are beyond economic repair and are left to the local government. Some of these buildings stand unused for many years. We will use an example hotel building that has stood vacant – which could make for excellent housing accommodations. This paper describes a process for restoring these old buildings at low cost, by utilizing the blinking frequency of our universe, and a very fast sychronizing clock.