April 24, 2014A new axe design has taken full advantage of known physics to chop the time it takes to split up a log of wood. Finnish inventor Heikki Kärnä is the man behind the Vipukirves Leveraxe and his aim was to redesign the axe using simple principles of physics to make it more efficient and safer.
June 04, 2014There& 39;s a load of sci-fi technology from Back to the Future that people are still eagerly awaiting, such as the self lacing Nike shoes or a time travelling DeLorean. But definitely on top of the list is the hoverboard, and although this version is limited to water use, it& 39;s still gunna blow your mind.
It& 39;s highly unusual for killer whales to target humans.September 14, 2020Orcas usually do not meddle with human affairs. They simply leave us alone, with the occasional gamification of certain aspects of our technology such as biting on ships rudders to drag along with them for a quick laugh.A few orcas in northern Spain, however, have decided on ramming and rocking unlucky ships and boats.
Smart meters will increasingly replace conventional gas and electricity meters as national grids become more flexible, efficient and adaptable to renewable energy technologies such as wind and solar. They offer a wealth of intelligent functions including the ability to inform consumers how much energy they are using, via a display installed in their home.
October 18, 2012 Image Source : Capital Gate This is another proof that the engineering thought in the Arab world is developing with giant leaps. Essentially the building is a 160-meter tall skyscraper with 18-degree incline to the west, so it is also called & 34;The Leaning Tower of Abu Dhabi.& 34; Standard skyscrapers are being built by rising concrete core in the center, around which the floors are built.
July 29, 2014Jamaica gets a fair share of sunshine and that sunshine is going to help provide power to what is said to be the largest wind-solar hybrid array in the world. Generating renewable electricity in commercial properties is becoming more viable each day and now WindStream Technologies have installed a huge solar array in Kingston, Jamaica, on the roof of an office building hybridised with wind generators.