Greenhouse by rootsup collects mountain dew to water crops in Ethiopian highlands

In hot, dry areas of the world, collecting enough rainwater to grow crops can be difficult. Another potential source of water for collection, however, can be dew. Roots Up has designed a greenhouse to collect dew in Gondar, Ethiopia, as part of a scheme to help local farmers with low-tech solutions. The water collected is, […]

VIDEO SHOWS THE LARGEST SEA BRIDGE IN THE WORLD IN CHINA

Uploaded on 2 Jul 2011 An engineering marvel the Jiaozhou bay bridge has finally opened up after four years of construction. The 26.3 miles long bridge links the port city of Qingdao to the island of Huangdao. OOO Henry Sapiecha

VIDEO DOCUMENTARY & THE LARGEST CONCRETE STRUCTURE IN THE WORLD IN THE SHAPE OF A HUGE DAM IN CHINA

THREE GORGES DAM IN CHINA BOASTS THE WORLDS LARGEST DAM OOO Henry Sapiecha

VIDEO SHOWS Robert Street Dam Removal – Part 1

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VIDEO SHOWING HOW A VOLVO EXCAVATOR BREACHES SMALL DAM

WATCHING WATER PRESSURE AND DAM BREACHING BY VOLVO EXCAVATOR OOO Henry Sapiecha

VIDEO SHOWS HOW TO TEAR DOWN A CONCRETE BRIDGE OVER A WATERWAY

THIS JAW MUNCHER CHOMPS THROUGH CONCRETE LIKE A MASSIVE MONSTER OOO Henry Sapiecha

345CL Excavator Pulls Out 2 Deere Dozers From a muddy Canal “Stuck?”

Video shows an excavator recueing a couple of deer dozers from a canal. Water & dirt can form treacherous mud for machines Uploaded on 28 Jun 2010 We were trying to finish grade the slopes along a new highway when the 650H slid down the slope into the canal and the 750J tried to pull […]

Oxygen absorbing material may allow us to breathe underwater

Using specially synthesized crystalline materials, scientists from the University of Southern Denmark have created a substance that is able to absorb and store oxygen in such high concentrations that just one bucketful is enough to remove all of the oxygen in a room. The substance is also able to release the stored oxygen in a […]

Artist’s trike prints Chinese calligraphy on the ground, using water

When Canadian media artist Nicholas Hanna first moved to the Chinese city of Beijing, he was quite taken with the water calligraphy that he saw people creating in the parks. The art form consists of using a large brush to paint Chinese calligraphy on the road, in water, so the characters disappear as the water […]