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World’s Longest Suspension Bridge and Bungee Jump Heaven Opens in Sochi, Russia

World’s Longest Suspension Bridge and Bungee Jump Heaven Opens in Sochi, Russia

The world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge just opened in Sochi National Park, Russia. It's not really meant to serve your daily commute, though - the bridge is part of the AJ Hackett Sochi

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Yield’s Sweet Suspension Shelf is Inspired by Spanish Colonial Design

Yield’s Sweet Suspension Shelf is Inspired by Spanish Colonial Design

Yield's Pantry Shelf is a modern suspension shelf made in San Francisco from natural pine and heavy-duty bronze cable. The shelf was inspired by the classic kitchen shelves in the old Spanish Colonial

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Canada’s Vertigo-Inducing Capilano Suspension Bridge Is Not for the Faint of Heart

Canada’s Vertigo-Inducing Capilano Suspension Bridge Is Not for the Faint of Heart

The bridge was originally constructed in 1889 by George Grant Mackay, a Scottish civil engineer and park commissioner for Vancouver. Initially a wood construction, in 1903 the bridge was replaced with a

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Loopwheel Reinvents the Bike Wheel With a Suspension System Built Into the Rims

Loopwheel Reinvents the Bike Wheel With a Suspension System Built Into the Rims

A UK company called Jelly Products just unveiled the Loopwheel - a safe, beautiful bike wheel with a built-in suspension system that could revolutionize the compact bicycle industry. The Loopwheel is

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Glass-Encased Austrian Suspension Bridge Encourages Public Transportation

Glass-Encased Austrian Suspension Bridge Encourages Public Transportation

The Lugner Bridge rises from the Otto Wagner metro station and hovers above the avenue, connecting pedestrians to the shopping and sports complex above. The escalator from the street stretches to the

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Did Somebody Say Giant Cave Trampoline?

Did Somebody Say Giant Cave Trampoline?

If you are looking for a new thrill and you happen to be around Wales, check out Bounce Below. Set inside a 176-year-old slate mine, it's an awesome series of gigantic, bouncy nets strung like trampolines

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INFOGRAPHIC: How Five Building Technologies Bridge the Gap

INFOGRAPHIC: How Five Building Technologies Bridge the Gap

We tend to take for granted the bridges that bind the world around us, but where would we be without gap-spanning marvels of modern construction? The Ohio University's Masters in Civil Engineering program

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SoNo Arhitekti Unveils Prismatic Slovenia Pavilion for the 2015 World Expo

SoNo Arhitekti Unveils Prismatic Slovenia Pavilion for the 2015 World Expo

SoNo Arhiteki won the bid to design the Slovenian Pavilion for the 2015 Milan Expo. Inspired by the expo's theme "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life," SoNo Arhiteki based their sawtooth pavilion off the

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TEST DRIVE: The 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Combines Style and Efficiency in a Comfortable Package

TEST DRIVE: The 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid Combines Style and Efficiency in a Comfortable Package

The current generation Camry was all-new in 2012, so Toyota surprised everyone when it announced a significant refresh for its best-selling model. Toyota sent its engineers back to the drawing board to

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Local Motors 3D-Prints Incredible Full-Scale Car in Just 44 Hours!

Local Motors 3D-Prints Incredible Full-Scale Car in Just 44 Hours!

Arizona-based Local Motors has succeeded in creating the world's first 3D-printed car at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago. Called the Strati, the 3D-printed car's design

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Stunning West Virginia Home Showcases Trees as Living Works of Art

Stunning West Virginia Home Showcases Trees as Living Works of Art

The Hayes Residence is located in Berkeley Springs amidst the lush forest of the West Virginia hills. Instead of cutting the trees down, the architects decided to build around them and include nature into

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6 Suspended Tree Tents For a Lighter-Than-Air Camping Experience

6 Suspended Tree Tents For a Lighter-Than-Air Camping Experience

Raindrop-Shaped Treetents by Dré Wapenaar These dewdrop-shaped Treetents by Dutch sculptor and designer Dré Wapenaar were originally created to make life a little more comfortable for tree-sitting

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Grandparents Build an Amazing Victorian-Style Treehouse for their Lucky Grandkids

Grandparents Build an Amazing Victorian-Style Treehouse for their Lucky Grandkids

Back in the day, our grandparents didn't give us much more than a handful of toffees and a few shiny nickels. But these lucky grandsons received something much more spectacular from theirs—an

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Tiny Baobed Treehouse is a Cocoon-Like Sleeping Pod for Adventure Seekers

Tiny Baobed Treehouse is a Cocoon-Like Sleeping Pod for Adventure Seekers

Baobed’s oval shape was inspired by exotic fruit that dangles from the branches of baobab trees, known as the “tree of life,” characteristic of African landscapes. Related: Cocoon Tree Is A

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Philippe Starck and Moustache Launch Electric Bikes for Mud, Asphalt, Sand, and Snow!

Philippe Starck and Moustache Launch Electric Bikes for Mud, Asphalt, Sand, and Snow!

Starck is a long-time bike rider and lover of the freedom bikes convey, both physically and mentally, and he first came to know Moustache Bikes as a customer. A collaboration became inevitable and thus,

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Indulge Your Inner Ewok with a Hanging Treehouse Sphere

Indulge Your Inner Ewok with a Hanging Treehouse Sphere

How delighted would you be if we told you that you could own your very own hanging treehouse? Inspired by the natural world around him, Canada-based Tom Chudleigh creates gorgeous wooden Free Spirit Eco

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Moment Factory Creates Stunning Foresta Lumina Night Walk in Quebec

Moment Factory Creates Stunning Foresta Lumina Night Walk in Quebec

The park hosts 28 kilometers of walking trails around the 50-meter (164-foot) deep gorge, as well as the longest suspension footbridge in the world. After dark, visitors to Foresta Lumina can explore an

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Help Save the Critically Endangered Irrawaddy River Dolphin From Going Extinct

Help Save the Critically Endangered Irrawaddy River Dolphin From Going Extinct

The WWF reports that construction of a dam on the Mekong River between Cambodia and Laos could spell the end for the last 85 Irrawaddy dolphins. Work on the Don Sahong dam, which is being spearheaded by

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Honeybee Winter Die-off “Too High for Long-term Survival” – USDA Report

Honeybee Winter Die-off “Too High for Long-term Survival” – USDA Report

The preliminary results of the 2013–14 report on overwinter colony loss amongst U.S. honeybees have been announced by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The report shows that while

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This Simple, Virtually Invisible 3D Printed Bike Rack is a Stroke of Genius

This Simple, Virtually Invisible 3D Printed Bike Rack is a Stroke of Genius

The problem with most bicycle storage systems is that they take up a lot of room when they aren’t holding a bike. Enter Clug, a very discreet and very tiny bracket designed by Hurdler Studios. This 3D

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Nigerian Student Converts a VW Beetle into a $6,000 Wind- and Solar-Powered Car

Nigerian Student Converts a VW Beetle into a $6,000 Wind- and Solar-Powered Car

Nigerian student Segun Oyeyiola converted a Volkswagen Beetle into a wind- and solar-powered car perfect for the country's extreme weather. A student at Obagemi Awolowo University, Oyeyiola completed

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Rungu’s Three-Wheeled Juggernaut Bike Floats Over Sand and Snow

Rungu’s Three-Wheeled Juggernaut Bike Floats Over Sand and Snow

Anyone that's ever tried to ride a bicycle through the sand or snow knows how easily standard tires are bogged down, making it a near impossible feat. But a new fleet of "fatbikes", like Rungu's new

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Tentsile Treehouse Tents Provide a Safe Haven in the Treetops!

Tentsile Treehouse Tents Provide a Safe Haven in the Treetops!

Tentsile is a portable habitation unit that can be suspended amidst trees to provide accommodation for three people. With three anchor points and the use of tension instead of poles, the Tentsile is part

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EPA Unbans BP in Time for New Gulf Oil and Gas Contracts

EPA Unbans BP in Time for New Gulf Oil and Gas Contracts

The US Environmental Protection Agency just announced that it has ended its government contract ban against British Petroleum (BP) after the company agreed to new safety standards. Following the tragic

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Beijing Principal Sparks Controversy by Suspending Classes Amid Air Pollution Attack in China

Beijing Principal Sparks Controversy by Suspending Classes Amid Air Pollution Attack in China

Beijing is notorious worldwide for its air pollution, but a concerned middle school principal's decision to suspend classes amid last week's smog attack has sparked controversy throughout China. The

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Coho Salmon Threatened With Extinction Due to Severe Drought in California

Coho Salmon Threatened With Extinction Due to Severe Drought in California

California's severe drought is hitting both human and animal communities hard. While it is easy to see the devastation on land through photographs of parched land and withering crops, the plight of the

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Audi Unveils Allroad Shooting Brake Hybrid at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show

Audi Unveils Allroad Shooting Brake Hybrid at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show

Audi's Allroad Shooting Brake Concept is designed to handle "light off-road conditions," and as such it features a slightly raised suspension and large 19-inch wheels made from lightweight carbon

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Crazy ‘Step Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps

Crazy ‘Step Into the Void’ Glass Cube Lets Visitors “Float” Over the French Alps

This crazy 'Step into the Void' installation is not for the faint of heart. Built on the uppermost terrace of Europe’s highest mountain peak, Aiguille du Midi, a glass cube offers the most amazing and

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Cocoon Tree: A Lightweight, Spherical Treehouse for Sustainable Living

Cocoon Tree: A Lightweight, Spherical Treehouse for Sustainable Living

Cocoon Tree is a spherical aluminium structure that weighs only 130 pounds. Rigged up with ropes and secured by nets, the structure has 12 locking points for both the suspension and for lateral stability.

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