By Laura CattaniCBC News is looking at why the popularity of marble is on the decline.
In fact, it has been estimated that about a quarter of all people will die in the next 50 years due to heart disease.
The decline in marble is also attributed to the fact that it is a popular and easy material to make.
So people are making them all the time, says Professor Mark McNeill, a professor of art at the University of Western Australia in Perth.
McNeill says it is because they are cheaper, which makes them easier to use.
He also thinks marble is more durable, which means you can build it in smaller batches.
So why do you think it is declining?
Well, the answer is actually quite simple, says McNeill.
In a word, people are not doing what they should be doing.
You know, you can’t just throw out all the marble in a warehouse.
You’ve got to be careful not to damage the marble, McNeill says.
And in Australia, because of its size, you’ve got a lot of marble going around.
So it’s not just the quality of the marble that is declining, but also the size of the quarry, he says.
In the US, marble has a history that goes back to the 16th century, says Susan Withers, a curator at the National Marble Museum in Denver, Colorado.
In the late 19th century and early 20th century a lot was going on in the marble business in Europe and other parts of the world, and the marble was getting cheaper.
So people wanted to buy the cheaper marble that was more durable and less prone to breakage.
And so people began to buy smaller quarries, which meant fewer marble blocks and more marble pieces to be used.
Withers says that in the 1960s, people started to move to the US to work in the mining industry.
And because they were doing that, they began to think that they were more important than the quality and durability of the granite.
McNeil says the American marble industry did not have the same problems.
It is a very big industry and it has many people working there and lots of marble to use, he adds.
The US is also a large producer of granite, and so it is possible that the industry there was producing much more marble than in the US.
McNally says that is possible, because the US has a huge supply of granite.
So if you look at the amount of marble in the United States, McNally explains, you’ll see that they produce more than Australia does.
And that means the US is not only producing more marble, but more marble is being produced in a much smaller amount of space.
This means that you have more marble available to use and it is not just being thrown away, McNeil says.
So there are lots of reasons why the marble industry is in decline.
McNeal says that the biggest one is that in many cases, the industry is going to have to make decisions about whether to continue to supply marble to the market.
McNEIL: The more marble that’s produced in one area, the less marble is going into the marketplace.
McNAILS: The market is going from one that is growing to one that’s shrinking, and that is going through the motions of being made from smaller and smaller batches of marble.
And then if you’re going to do it all over again, the cost is going up, McNAILS says.