A friend of mine and I were having a discussion about acoustic resonance. He theorized that a building could be destroyed by acoustic resonance. Where I disagreed. Thinking that a building doesn't really have an acoustic resonance because of its non-uniformity of being brick and mortar. Although only after thinking about it did I surmise that maybe mechanical resonance of a slight tremor could do it, but still am unsure. But the thought of sound doing it seems absurd to me. Being a software engineer I have been trained in basic physics, but this is not my expert area obviously. So I just wanted to hear your thoughts on the matter. I probably will ask some of my structural engineer friends tomorrow. Thanks!