China’s $62BN Artificial River Project (Insane Features)

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: June 4, 2024 | ⏳ Read Time: 4 min | 👁 Post Views: 24

China is embarking on the world’s largest water diversion project, aiming to defy nature itself. With thousands of kilometers of artificial canals, aqueducts, and tunnels that cross mountains, China plans to bring freshwater to its dry industrial centers in the north. This article explores the South-to-North Water Diversion Project, its costs, motivations, environmental impact, and … Read more

How Dangerous is a Penny Dropped From a Skyscraper? (Truths Revealed)

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: June 4, 2024 | ⏳ Read Time: 3 min | 👁 Post Views: 20

Ever heard the story about a penny dropped from the Empire State Building being lethal? It’s a popular urban legend, but how true is it? Let’s dive into the science behind this intriguing myth and see if it holds any water. The Penny Myth Explained Many people believe that a penny dropped from a skyscraper … Read more

This is World’s Largest Tunnel Boring Machine with over 40 meters high Blade

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: June 4, 2024 | ⏳ Read Time: 4 min | 👁 Post Views: 24

Switzerland is renowned for its stunning landscapes and engineering marvels. One of its most impressive feats is the construction of massive tunnels through the Swiss Alps. But have you ever wondered how these tunnels are created? Let’s dive into the fascinating world of tunnel boring machines (TBMs) and discover the incredible technology behind Switzerland’s biggest … Read more

This Guy got himself buried in the concrete to explain how Concrete Works?

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: June 4, 2024 | ⏳ Read Time: 4 min | 👁 Post Views: 24

Concrete is everywhere, from towering skyscrapers to sprawling highways. But what exactly makes this ubiquitous material so indispensable? To answer this, one daring individual took a hands-on approach—getting buried in concrete to explain its properties and significance. Cement vs. Concrete: Clearing Up the Confusion One common misconception is that cement and concrete are the same. … Read more

Chinese skyscraper incorporates 108-metre high waterfall

Saad Iqbal | 🗓️ Modified: June 3, 2024 | ⏳ Read Time: 1 min | 👁 Post Views: 40

New video footage reveals the latest remarkable skyscraper under construction in China, incorporating a giant waterfall into its facade. The Liebian International Building, a 121-meter-tall tower located in Guiyang, southwest China, features a dramatic 108-meter-high water feature. This unique element is one of the largest artificial waterfalls globally and the tallest incorporated into a building. … Read more