This article first appeared on Vice News.
The world is awash in inexpensive metal boxes that are filled with the stuff.
They’re cheap, in part, because they’re so lightweight.
They are also cheap, because metal is cheap.
Metal is cheap because it’s easy to make, and cheap metal is easy to assemble.
But metal boxes aren’t just cheap: they’re cheap because they require a ton of labor.
The labor, the materials, the tools and the skills to assemble and repair metal boxes is what makes a box “monolithic,” or a machine that works as one.
Monoliths are the ultimate industrial marvels.
A monolith can be built with a few dozen dollars of basic hardware and a few hundred dollars of a bunch of expensive and complex equipment.
They can cost a few million dollars, but the price is well worth it, since a monolithic box can provide a level of reliability and efficiency that’s simply beyond any other form of construction.
The idea behind monoliths is that each individual piece of the machine works independently, making it more reliable and more efficient than other forms of construction, since it can be assembled and disassembled without leaving a trail of debris behind.
These monolith systems are now used to build almost all types of buildings, from warehouses to shopping malls.
But what is a monolite?
It’s not the same as a skyscraper.
When the world started building monolith-shaped structures a few centuries ago, they were mostly utilitarian, with a single building’s floor as the sole unit.
That’s how monolith architects like Joseph Ransom built monolith structures like the Great Pyramid of Giza.
But today, monolith building has become a mainstream industry.
Monolites, which are usually built from recycled or recycled-derived materials, are designed to withstand extreme weather and extreme conditions.
The most common form of monolites are aluminum tubes, but they can also be made from plastic or other durable materials.
They also often incorporate metal panels and other structural elements.
Most of these structures are used in factories and power plants, but monolitons can also come as part of buildings or as part the roof of an apartment building.
In recent years, monolities have been used to make cars, planes, and airplanes, and some of the monolith buildings have been part of public parks.
The best-known of these monolith projects are the three-dimensional, glass-reinforced monolith of Shanghai’s Pearl Tower and the six-story glass monolith at the new Beijing Tower, both of which were built by Chinese company Zhongshan Materials.
A lot of these projects have been built in a bid to address environmental concerns about the construction of buildings made from recyclable materials, but also because the industry has been booming.
It’s a lucrative business for the Chinese government, which in 2014 received $1.8 billion in government contracts for the construction, renovation, and repair of monolith construction, according to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.
The government also has been investing heavily in monolith infrastructure.
Last year, the Chinese military awarded a $3.5 billion contract to Chinese state-owned Chinese Construction Engineering Company to build monoliths at several military bases, including in the provinces of Hebei, Heilongjiang, and Anhui.
The contracts include construction and maintenance of a total of 14 monolith facilities in China.
The state-backed companies also have built a massive network of monolithic facilities around the world.
Monolithic buildings are also being used in the construction and repair and upkeep of skyscrapers in the United States.
The massive monolith complex at the World Trade Center in New York City was built by BHP Billiton, a British company.
BHP is also building monolits for the future of the World Wide Web.
The monolith towers are now being built at new sites, including the $1 trillion headquarters of a global health company.
The towers will house 1,000 workers and provide a safe and secure workplace for employees and their families.
A New York Times article in January described the enormous amount of money being spent on monolithing projects: “For the first time in history, workers are building the monolithic skyscraper from scratch.
Construction is underway at the site of the new World Trade Centre on Staten Island and the city has begun construction of the tallest buildings in the world, from a giant glass monolithic tower on the Hudson River to a monopoly-style skyscraper in the heart of New York.”
Monolith building is growing in popularity and is now used by a growing number of businesses.
The biggest monolith builders in the country are Zhenhua, a Chinese company that specializes in monoliting; and Zhongfeng, a Taiwanese company that builds monolited buildings in Vietnam and elsewhere.
Zhenfeng has built a new monolithic building for its offices in China’s Sichuan province. Z