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  • Facts About One World Trade Center
    Taking heed of every structural and safety failure of the Twin Towers, developers carefully designed the new tower to be the safest office building in the world. Among 1WTC’s unique construction elements are its high-strength concrete, which can withstand seven times more pressure than standard concrete, and its reinforcement steel bars, which are significantly longer than normal (traditionally thumb-sized, 1WTC’s rebars are forearm length). Between the dense fireproofing and additional staircase for first responders, the tower well exceeds the city’s building safety code requirements... https://www.rd.com/list/fascinating-trivia-about-one-world-trade-center/
    Facts About One World Trade Center Taking heed of every structural and safety failure of the Twin Towers, developers carefully designed the new tower to be the safest office building in the world. Among 1WTC’s unique construction elements are its high-strength concrete, which can withstand seven times more pressure than standard concrete, and its reinforcement steel bars, which are significantly longer than normal (traditionally thumb-sized, 1WTC’s rebars are forearm length). Between the dense fireproofing and additional staircase for first responders, the tower well exceeds the city’s building safety code requirements... https://www.rd.com/list/fascinating-trivia-about-one-world-trade-center/
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  • SACSAYHUAMAN

    Many questions surround the Incans’ stone structure in Cusco, Peru. It was initially thought to be a fortress, but later evidence suggested it was used for ceremonies. No matter what its use, architecture of Sacsayhuaman is astounding; its stones fit together so perfectly that it remains sturdy without mortar holding them in place. Although they fit together snugly, they aren’t all the same shape, which suggests workers might have created the design as they built it. Add the fact that moving the stones, which could weigh more than 100 tons, was a feat in itself, and Sacsayhuaman is an ancient mystery.
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    SACSAYHUAMAN Many questions surround the Incans’ stone structure in Cusco, Peru. It was initially thought to be a fortress, but later evidence suggested it was used for ceremonies. No matter what its use, architecture of Sacsayhuaman is astounding; its stones fit together so perfectly that it remains sturdy without mortar holding them in place. Although they fit together snugly, they aren’t all the same shape, which suggests workers might have created the design as they built it. Add the fact that moving the stones, which could weigh more than 100 tons, was a feat in itself, and Sacsayhuaman is an ancient mystery. 📸 ᴹᴬᵀʸᴬᔆ ᴿᴱᴴᴬᴷ/ᔆᴴᵁᵀᵀᴱᴿᔆᵀᴼᶜᴷ
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    What Happened To Edgar Allen Poe?
    https://www.boredpanda.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/21-bp-61d45fc3519fd__700.jpg The way Edgar Allen Poe met his end is extremely suspicious. The writer was not...
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  • ❗🩸 D I S T U R B I N G C O N T E N T ❗
    01-16-1936
    “Moon Maniac” killer is executed

    ❗🩸 D I S T U R B I N G C O N T E N T ❗ 01-16-1936 “Moon Maniac” killer is executed
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    Described by the National Transportation Safety Board as "the most successful ditching in aviation history", US Airways Flight 1549 was forced to make an exceptionally dramatic water landing in the Hudson River in New York after it struck a flock of geese following take off.

    Pilot Chesley Sullenberger was widely praised for his actions in ditching the plane, in which everybody survived.
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    01-15-2009 ✈️ Described by the National Transportation Safety Board as "the most successful ditching in aviation history", US Airways Flight 1549 was forced to make an exceptionally dramatic water landing in the Hudson River in New York after it struck a flock of geese following take off. Pilot Chesley Sullenberger was widely praised for his actions in ditching the plane, in which everybody survived. ⬇ Date taken: January 15 2009 ⬇
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  • The replica of an Interesting prehistoric tea-pot that was found in Iran
    The replica of an Interesting prehistoric tea-pot that was found in Iran
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  • The U.S Military C-Ram System, Recently Used To Defend The U.S Embassy In Baghdad.
    The U.S Military C-Ram System, Recently Used To Defend The U.S Embassy In Baghdad.
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