Stuart McMillen’s Insightful Green Cartoon Uncovers the Engineering Secrets Hidden in Trees
Trees essentially build themselves from thin air — their trunks are made almost entirely from carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen – materials which drift past them in the breeze. Can we learn from them and copy their engineering secrets to build a better world? This question is answered in an insightful and charming 28 page comic by Australian cartoonist Stuart McMillen. Check it out ahead!
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