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A request from David South: Based on what has already transpired this May, we are having a very active tornado season this year. Please ask anyone considering a new home to think about a Monolithic Dome’s ability to survive natural disasters. The same holds true for schools and public, community buildings. They may be eligible for a FEMA grant to help offset the cost of constructing a Monolithic Dome. Please refer people – especially those in charge – to our website. The following site http://www.monolithic.com/topics/benefits talks about the dome’s benefits, including disaster resistance. Feel free to give people our email…

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A Testament to the Dome Shape Freda Parker July 05, 2011, 11:29 a.m. Monolithic Dome Benefits: Survivability Dome Shape Survives Direct Tornado Hit – On May 24, 2011 in Blanchard, OK, this house, which is a thin shell concrete dome but not a Monolithic Dome, was hit by an EF4 or EF5 tornado. Although badly damaged by heavy, flying debris, the dome shell survived. That, we think, is a testament to the dome shape. Conventional homes hit by this tornado were flattened and swept off their foundations. (Josh South) A horrific tornado At about 5:38 pm on a hot, humid…

Polish Entrepreneur Builds His Monolithic Dome Dream Home

Three loves Jan Pregowski has three loves: God, his family, and – of all things, but to our delight – Monolithic Domes! Jan, a 53-year-old native of Poland, first heard about Monolithic Domes in 1985. Since then, he has worked on more than a hundred dome projects in various countries, including several in the United States. He especially likes American projects because they provide a daily opportunity to use what Jan calls, “my not-so-good American English.” He said, “I learned American English in school. I always liked American English – not Oxford English. But then I not use it for…