magnificent tunnels are located in Europe and Asia. However, a revolution in boring technology might lead to tunnels of unparalleled lengths across the world. Thousand of years ago, humans began to bore tunnels in the earth. Over the ages, our methods have progressed from chiselling and hammering huge granite faces into tunnels. To dig deeper and faster than ever before, we now use tunnel boring machines, or TBMs, which are sometimes known as “moles. Modern tunnelling technology allows for faster and more efficient excavation. Due to this, vast tunnel networks have been constructed, resulting in a substantial reduction in travel time between sites
According to various surveys, almost everyone has an idea about the world’s richest people and the amount of their wealth. But we know less about the success of the whole family than personal success! Today we know about the top 10 richest families in the world, many of whom may not have been able to become billionaires or trillionaires. He has gained a lot of influence and prestige only through inheritance. The wealth of the top 10 households is equal to the combined GDP of France, the United Kingdom and Germany.
If the longest bridge in the world is discussed, China and Asia will be ahead in it. Because, out of the 10 longest bridges, there are 6 bridges built by China and 9 out of the top 10 are located in Asia. Interestingly, the only bridge outside Asia is the oldest and longest bridge ever. Made in 1956. In other words, the list of these bridges shows how much the Asian
In 2016 edition of New Oxford English Dictionary (OED) got 197 New Entries, 410 New Sub-Entries & 33 New Senses, appended to it. A few Notable Entries among them as 1. Moobs – Unusually prominent breasts on a man, typically as a result of excess fat. 2. Gender-fluid – A person who doesn’t identify with […]
Krubera Cave It is also known as Voronya cave. It is situated in Abkhazia. Deepest explored point is 2.19 kilometers. Ukrainian Speleological Association first discovered this cave. (in 2001) It is the only caves in world which is more than 2 km deep. It got fame after Jules Verne wrote his marvelous expedition “Journey to the Center of […]