I’ve been following the massive tank’s development, and that of the one subsequent to it, for 3 years. The $135 million undertaking — placing tens of millions of gallons of public water in two large tanks whereas turning the beforehand open-air reservoir right into a lake for recreation — is a serious engineering feat. (I really like to make use of these phrases.) It reminds us of the ability of human ingenuity, of the knowledge of foresight, of the worth of frequent sense, of the necessity for utilized intelligence, of the significance of science and the magnificence of engineering. I really like that we landed a robotic rover on Mars this week. However I’m equally enthusiastic about new large water tanks in my metropolis.