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Did you happen to nocite what the pedestals of those statues were covering up? In case you didn't, please allow me to inform you that what is being obscured is a map of our sector of the Milky Way. The map shows the position of the Earth in relation to the Sun and the North Star and other major objects in our sector of the sky. The map is a work of genius. The map is laid out over several hundred feet in polished bronze as part of the terrazzo floor that covers the top of the dam. Not all of the map is obscured by the statuary-pedestals but important parts of it are rendered invisible. I think the way those statues were plopped down on top of that map is a bureaucratic travesty. FDR confidante Harold Ickes was the bureaucrat in charge of the Hoover Dam project so approval of the heroic sculpture is probably Ickes' responsibility. I am surprised Henry Kaiser let him get away with it.
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