Originally Posted by moorea34
What site do you have? I have never visited it and I haven't got a clue who you are! But you are right - I corrected a typo in my article today. Doesn't change the conclusions, though: the main observation/conclusion in my paper is that a small upper part C of a structure of many elements cannot crush the lower part A of the structure due to gravity alone and some local failures and nobody seems to be able to debunk that! FoS of local steel elements do not really matter.
Try to debunk that! Try to build a structure with two parts C and A of similar structure that collapses when C drops on A!