I agree that because I THINK it is impossible does not constitute proof that it is impossible.
That is true.
But all someone has to do is make such a model which exh9ibits that behavior to demonstrate that it is possible.
I agree, although the word “all” is misleading. I suspect it is very difficult.
And the problem is, again, the fact that nobody has, doesn’t give you much more reason to believe it is physically impossible. There are lots of things nobody has done which are not physically impossible.
To date I have not run across an engineering school even discussing trying to build one.
Again, there could be many explanations for that. That it is physically impossible hardly seems to be one of them at all.
I have presented a computer model computing collapse time based on the conservation of momentum and a physical model that does not collapse. What has anyone presented here besides the CLAIM that the Empire State Building had more concrete?
I’ve only questioned your reasons for believing as you do. The reasons are weak as I’ve said. Dunno what others have done.
Fact is the reasons for your belief are weak and we are dealing with an extraordinary claim.
That’s enough to doubt that you are right.