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How do skyscrapers not collapse?

Unlike trees, skyscrapers are hollow and composed of individual units. Their unbelievable weight is one of the reasons they don't fall sideways. Skyscrapers can weigh more than 200,000 tones. For an object to fall on its side, it must have all of its weight on one point.

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