While this is one of the coolest contraptions we’ve ever come across featured in a black and white photo, we aren’t entirely sure of its authenticity. Please, anyone with info on this armored two-wheeler or the military project responsible for its development, drop us a line in the comments. We’re as curious as you.
And we thought we were infatuated with all things mechanical. The person lying beneath this headstone has us all beat.
Abandoned machinery in Brodie, California.
Shot at Ferropolis in Gräfenhainichen, Germany. The pictured wheel is a staggering 8.4 meters high.
Although the term WMD has become a part of our daily lexicon, it remains very much an abstraction for most of us. This series of images offers a retrospective look at some of these weapons. Most subjects are drawn from the Cold War period during which there was a very real threat to the survival […]
A simple homopolar motor made with a magnetic, electrically conducting screw, battery, wire, and neodymium disk magnet. The magnet is attached to the screw head and the two then hang from the bottom of the battery, held up by magnetic attraction. The wire is connected to the battery top, and the other end is then […]
Tub Mines or Bath Bombs it’s Cool Junk… For the absolutely fearless champion, used to great difficulties and dangers. For men stepping along the razors blade every day. For the ones who really know the true value of the words honor and courage…
It may look like some sort of cute alien robot, but it was created here on Earth, launched to the Moon in 1970, and now reflects laser light in a scientifically useful way. On November 17, 1970 the Soviet Luna 17 spacecraft landed the first roving remote-controlled robot on the Moon. Known as Lunokhod 1, […]
Don’t try any of this at home. Their Hyundai is better than yours.
Well, not really. Just a bit of motorcycle topiary.