So I was browsing the web when I stumbled on this: Da Vinci Tower It's supposed to be the worlds first dynamic building that's self powered by wind turbines and all floors can individually rotate 360 degrees. When reading about it however, I couldn't help but think about a time in my intro to engineering class when an engineering lawyer came in as a guest lecturer and showed us some of the greatest engineering blunders of all time. Now looking at this prospected design, you can't help but think is it really going to work? I mean yea it looks great in the 3D renderings and all, but in all practicality I think the architects are really jumping the gun on this one. Can wind turbines really generate enough power to supply a 68 story building? Most importantly, since nothing like this has ever been done before, there's no way of predicting all of the many possible safety hazards which could occur. I just want to know what everyone's opinion is on this design and whether or not you believe it will be as successful as its architect (David Fisher) predicts?