Notice the large Rectangular Concrete Block in the Center of the Top of the Middle Pillars. That Block is 8 feet long, 2 feet high, and 2 feet thick. It is what I call the Balancing Rock that Secures the entire Building, just in case there is an Earthquake: because its Weight Wants to FALL INWARD toward the Center of the Building. Likewise, the Twin Block that is on the other Side of this Building also Wants to FALL INWARD: because it is set Inward on the Inside of the Pillars that Support it. You could call it Drag Weight, or a “Dead Man” in the Air. Moreover, you can See that we used Heavy 1/4-inch-thick Steel Forms for making the Pillars, which is a Dangerous Job: because one of those Sheets of Steel can Crush a Foot, if it should Fall on it, or even Kill someone who is Under it, if it should Fall from such a Distance. Therefore, if you are going to Do any such Dangerous Thing, make Sure that you Know what you are Doing, and Keep all Creatures AWAY from Under it, until it is Bolted into its Place. (It might be Interesting for you to Learn that no one has ever been Hurt nor Injured while Working with me, unless they Disobeyed me, which Happened one Time, and only Resulted with a Hurt Toe, which soon Recovered.) UPDATE: Mauricio and I was moving a one-inch-thick Sheet of Steel, to haul it away for Scrap Metal, and it somehow dropped on one of his Fingers, and Hurt it badly. It would have been better to just let it lay there and rust away, since we might have gotten 2$ for it, after hauling it 55 miles. And that is HOW Capitalism Works. They likely Sold it to some other Poor Person for 100$. It was originally more than 200$. I should have given it to the Welder. After all, we are supposed to do Good for those People who do Evil to us, and he was one of them.