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Kjeragbolten Boulder

The Kjeragbolten boulder is a huge rock wedged more than 1000 meters up between two cliff faces. The boulder is situated in the Kjerag mountain, in Norway. Rumours say that the rock got stuck there sometime during the last ice age. Today, it’s one of the most popular places to get your picture taken. Even though the boulder hangs more than a kilometer above the water below, and there’s no hand rail or safety net, people walk (in some cases, crawl) out onto the rock for a photo shoot. Evidently the rock’s surface is flat enough that walking out onto […]

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Volkswagen’s Car Towers at Autostadt in Wolfsburg, Germany

The Autostadt is a visitor attraction adjacent to the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany, with a prime focus on automobiles. It features a museum, feature pavilions for the principal automobile brands in the Volkswagen Group, a customer centre where customers can pick up new cars, and take a tour through the enormous factory, a guide to the evolution of roads, and cinema in a large sphere. One of the prime attraction at the Autostadt is the two gleaming car parking towers of glass and galvanized steel where cars are automatically moved from the Wolfsburg plant and on to the customer […]

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Four Bikes You Have to See !

1.Rocket II – this is a bike on three wheels however, this type of vehicles are now called “trikes”. It was built by “The Frogman”, Tim Cotterill. He used the legendary V8 Hemi engine for power source. And it gives a lot of power to the rear wheels – 1000 hp (yes, a thousand horsepower) considering that the engine is supercharged.via:coolmaterial 2.Kawasaki 48 cylinder – practically this is 6 engines with 8 cylinders each gathered in one. Each engine has its own crankshaft and all are tied together with gears. To start all this machinery the driver uses smaller pony […]

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6 Sane and Silly Things People Do With Old Boats

Boats are engineered to weather it all, but after too many years of wear and tear on the water (or more likely, in the driveway), many boats aren’t worth the expense and hassle of upkeep. In fact, most states have laws against derelict boats, and owners who can’t afford upkeep must consider various methods of disposing of their obsolete craft. Since humans first took to the seas, they have been imagining clever and crazy methods of getting rid of old vessels. Here are some of the best and worst ways boat owners have breathed new life or found worthwhile deaths […]

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4 Classic Dodge Models We Still Love Today

Dodge is a car brand that is almost synonymous with American pride. Dodge has a long history of superior parts and powerful design, and even as the brand has grown and changed through decades of auto industry turmoil, it has continued to produce high-quality vehicles beloved by drivers everywhere. Here is our tribute to Dodge’s best models of the past and present. 1. Dart Initially, the Dodge Dart was designed and sold as an economical alternative to full-size sedans. The Dart did fantastically well on the market, earning Dodge its biggest market rebound to date in 1960. The carmaker expanded […]

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Audi have made e diesel fuel from carbon dioxide and water

Yeah that title almost sounds too good to be true huh? But we’re not joking; Audi are reporting that they have invented a carbon-neutral diesel fuel made solely from water, carbon dioxide and renewable energy sources. The clear liquid “e diesel” is currently fuelling the Federal Minister of Education and Research Prof. Dr. Johanna Wanka’s Audi A8 3.0 TDI. “This synthetic diesel, made using CO2, is a huge success for our sustainability research. If we can make widespread use of CO2 as a raw material, we will make a crucial contribution to climate protection and the efficient use of resources, and put […]