25 Feats of Engineering that Leave Everyone Amazed
The Most Amazingly Engineered Structures science, technology, engineering The amount of planning and sheer brain power it took to design and execute these structures, proving once again that there are true geniuses out there.
These Extreme Engineering Projects Will Leave You in Awe
Therefore, we keep coming up with new, extreme engineering ideas which make that which came before pale into insignificance. The following giant infrastructure projects have reshaped or are reshaping our world and prove that human ingenuity knows no bounds.
7 Incredible Ancient Engineering Feats to Astound You
When you look back at ancient civilizations, their engineering capacities can seem absolutely mind-blowing when you consider that everything they built was constructed without the use of mechanized devices or digital assistance of any kind.
Nature's Engineering: The Hummingbird's Tongue
Nature's Engineering: The Hummingbird's Tongue nature, video, hummingbird, biology An amazing engineering phenomenon by mother nature.
What a REAL Engineer Can Do...
Now that's a structural engineer in action! And folks, even if you think you could build this - try it without using your hands! What a REAL Engineer Can Do... amazing, nature, animal, bird, engineer, nest Whether you're a bird person or not, this is stunning!
Natural Born Engineers Fix Things at No Cost! Hilarious!
Below is a collection of masterpieces that may just inspire you to try some engineering for yourself: To see more hilarious "fixes" like these, click here . 1. Why get a new door with resources like this? 2. What can be more solid than an apple? [related_articles] 3.
WATCH: The Inner Workings of an Internal Combustion Engine
The internal combustion engine is one of the greatest inventions in recent human history. When Karl Benz mated a two-stroke gasoline engine to his Benz Patent Motorwagen (the very first car) in 1885, a technological revolution was born.
18 Animal Amputees Restored by Modern Engineering
Today, not only are some people enjoying the answers modern engineering has given to their handicaps, but thanks to modern engineering and 3D printing, many of these animal amputees get a second chance at life as well. And it warms my heart like nothing else.
FUNNY: Do These Engineers KNOW What They're Doing?
To acquire an engineering degree, you need a minimum of two years worth of study, and in most cases - 4 years. But, some people just seem to have a natural knack for engineering things. Let's take a look at these hilarious photos of professionals at work and their design fails, and funny mistakes!
What Are the Most Common Reasons for a Check Engine Light?
A "check engine" light can be a warning sign for a large number of different problems, not just with the engine. Here are the 10 most common repairs and the price you will, on average, have to pay for them.
Google Is Not Just a Search Engine: Look at These Tricks!
Google is such an amazing website that most people rely on daily to provide them with all kinds of services and information. Yet, as it turns out, Google offers loads of cool tricks that you have p..
This Island Is Different. Why? It Has an Engine...
Orsos Island is a luxury floating island that has the ability to be moved and re-anchored. The completed launched product is expected to be completed early next year, in 2013. The estimated 4.6 mil..
The Largest Ongoing Construction Projects in the World
From the O'Hare International Airport redevelopment in the United States to Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, and many more, here are some of the world’s most remarkable megaprojects that are true engineering feats.
The Massive Afsluitdijk Dam Is Getting an Awesome Upgrade
Now, the Dutch authorities have planned to give this engineering marvel an awesome makeover. The structure is all set to be strengthened to allow it to withstand a one-in-ten-thousand-year storm event. Learn more about this amazing upgrade in this video.
These Food Industry Machines Are Simply Astonishing!
The machines are feats of engineering and are great fun to watch! Incredible Food Industry Machines video, science, technology, engineering, machines, food processing machine These machines are feats of engineering and are a great fun to watch in action.
This NASA Physicist is Using Origami to Change the World!
Now, 19 years later, Robert Lang is a legend in the world of Origami and he uses his origami to create intricate designs that apply the many complex principles of origami to major engineering processes and dilemmas.
The Ridiculously Automated Room!
An Engineering student in Berkely set out to create the most 'ridiculously automated room' . Remember, this is only a student, but his room can automatically switch between modes, turn on lights and music, open and close windows and a whole lot besides! Wouldn't you like a smart room?
History's 7 Oldest Vehicles You Must Know About
Cugnot had been experimenting with working models of steam-engine-powered vehicles for the French Army and built the first prototype for the self-propelled mechanical vehicle in 1769.
You Won’t Believe These Weird New Aircraft Actually Exist
Aircraft engineering is really surprising us with some astonishing new developments, starting with a rocket jetpack to a zero-emission four-passenger drone, and many others.
This Car Takes Automotive Achievement to the Next Level
When Italian supercar manufacturer, Bugatti, began selling its legendary Veyron model to extremely wealthy customers back in 2005, few thought that such a feat of engineering on four wheels would ever be attempted again.
How The Brooklyn Bridge Narrowly Escaped Never Being Built
The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most iconic sights of New York City and an engineering marvel that revolutionized how we build massive bridges forever. Apart from its neogothic beauty and engineering value, however, the bridge also has a unique history.
These Buildings Seem to Defy Gravity and Logic
Modern architecture goes way beyond skyscrapers and massive shopping centers, with some experimental architects and engineers accomplishing the impossible and seemingly defying the laws of physics in their projects. In fact, the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa is nothing compared to these buildings.
Go Behind the Scenes of the Roman Colosseum’s Construction
Located in Rome, Italy, the massive stone amphitheater is an architectural and engineering marvel. Also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, this great building was constructed under the Roman emperors of the Flavian dynasty in the first century AD and still fascinates all of us.
12 Smashing Sports Cars Made in Great Britain
There have been numerous variants of the model over the years, however the current one is powered by a 1.6-liter Ford engine. Between 3,000 and 4,000 4/4s have been made in this incredibly long production run. 5.