Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by MaxHeadRoom, Oct 13, 2015.
Thanks Max, unbelievable machine!
This is an amazing machine, every garden should have one!
Another handy machine if you need to make a garden path!
They have to cool the tracks!?
This is why mankind will continue to survive -- thrive -- as long as capitalism is allowed to exist.
OSHA would have a field day.
How many bridges do you need to build to make it worth building one of those? Amazing.
One. One really, really, long bridge.
I wonder how the concrete pillars were built, and if they used bamboo scaffolding.
The Falkirk Wheel is another mechanical marvel that is an impressive one-off.
Funny how, after a long history of new and ingenious distance spanning techniques, the age-old post-and-lintel seems to be the preference for modern engineers/architects.
The aspect ratio of the lintel seems to have changed.
But the principle is exactly the same.
An old one, but how wally built Stonehenge.
I lived in a few bamboo houses in the tropics, the stuff is strong.