When it was time to attach the 408-foot spire to the top of the new One World Trade Center in New York, they floated it across the New York Harbor to get to lower Manhattan. It came in a bunch of pieces. If you’ve seen the pictures, you know that it looks just right on top of that tall building. Here? What we see is clear evidence. Steeples too small for the building they are attached to, too large, some in the wrong place, unbalancing the architecture.