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Work: In the future I would also like to have some part in my job to be traveling to third world countries to help those in need and make inventions or something along those lines to help make these peoples lifes easier and a better quality

The course is spread across three levels of poles scaling 40 feet off the ground with over 50 elements and zip lines to enjoy! Their elements include swinging bridges, suspended bridges,tight ropes, zip lines, 40 foot plunge, human spider web and much, much more!

The course is spread across three levels of poles scaling 40 feet off the ground with over 50 elements and zip lines to enjoy! Their elements include swinging bridges, suspended bridges,tight ropes, zip lines, 40 foot plunge, human spider web and much, much more!

On August 20th, China opened to the public the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge. It’s a feat both in engineering and in human nature to terrify ourselves. The bridge clocks in at 1,400 feet across and hangs suspended about 950 feet above a sheer drop in the mountains in the Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. These …

Indulge your sense of vertigo and visit China’s newly unveiled glass-bottomed bridge

On August 20th, China opened to the public the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge. It’s a feat both in engineering and in human nature to terrify ourselves. The bridge clocks in at 1,400 feet across and hangs suspended about 950 feet above a sheer drop in the mountains in the Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. These …

Project engineers demonstrating the cantilever principles of the Forth Bridge in Scotland 1887 [1040x760]

Project engineers demonstrating the cantilever principles of the Forth Bridge in Scotland 1887 [1040x760]

Pont de Singe, Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, U.K.  Yep, it’s a bridge suspended in the air by three helium balloons! Off limits to pedestrians when it was unveiled during an exhibition at Tatton Park Biennial in 2012, Pont de Singe (which translates to “Monkey’s Bridge”) allegedly can hold only one human at a time. But how many monkeys? Hmmm….

Pont de Singe, Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, U.K. Yep, it’s a bridge suspended in the air by three helium balloons! Off limits to pedestrians when it was unveiled during an exhibition at Tatton Park Biennial in 2012, Pont de Singe (which translates to “Monkey’s Bridge”) allegedly can hold only one human at a time. But how many monkeys? Hmmm….

Bridge Suspended by Giant Balloons // Japanese Garden, Tatton Park, Chesire East, England

Magical Bridge Suspended By Three Giant Balloons

Bridge Suspended by Giant Balloons // Japanese Garden, Tatton Park, Chesire East, England

Pont de Singe, Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, U.K. Yep, it's a bridge suspended in the air by three helium balloons! Off limits to pedestrians when it was unveiled during an exhibition at Tatton Park Biennial in 2012, Pont de Singe (which translates to “Monkey’s Bridge") allegedly can hold only one human at a time. But how many monkeys? Hmmm....

The 19 coolest bridges in the world

Pont de Singe, Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, U.K. Yep, it's a bridge suspended in the air by three helium balloons! Off limits to pedestrians when it was unveiled during an exhibition at Tatton Park Biennial in 2012, Pont de Singe (which translates to “Monkey’s Bridge") allegedly can hold only one human at a time. But how many monkeys? Hmmm....

On August 20th, China opened to the public the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge. It’s a feat both in engineering and in human nature to terrify ourselves. The bridge clocks in at 1,400 feet across and hangs suspended about 950 feet above a sheer drop in the mountains in the Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. These …

Indulge your sense of vertigo and visit China’s newly unveiled glass-bottomed bridge

On August 20th, China opened to the public the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge. It’s a feat both in engineering and in human nature to terrify ourselves. The bridge clocks in at 1,400 feet across and hangs suspended about 950 feet above a sheer drop in the mountains in the Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. These …

Never-before-seen photos from 100 years ago tell vivid story of gritty New York City

Never-before-seen Photos from 100 Years Ago Tell Vivid Story of Gritty New York City

After four years of sorting through million photographs in New York City’s Municipal Archives in an effort to make records accessible to anyone and everyone, the city's Department of Records officially debuted their online photo database yesterday, April

Imagine being at a shopping mall. And then hopping on a cable car for a 15-minute ride. And then getting off of the cable car and finding yourself on a long walkway that’s all of 1.8 meters (6 feet) wide, suspended high above a green jungle, with virtually no signs of human existence except for the walkway beneath your feet and the cable car you arrived on.  That’s what it’s like the visit Malaysia’s Langkawi Sky Bridge.

Imagine being at a shopping mall. And then hopping on a cable car for a 15-minute ride. And then getting off of the cable car and finding yourself on a long walkway that’s all of 1.8 meters (6 feet) wide, suspended high above a green jungle, with virtually no signs of human existence except for the walkway beneath your feet and the cable car you arrived on. That’s what it’s like the visit Malaysia’s Langkawi Sky Bridge.

Suspension bridges are suspended from cables. The earliest suspension bridges were made of ropes or vines covered with pieces of bamboo. In this picture the suspension bridge, which is now only for human use, is in Astore Valley. This type of bridge is found in the Gilgit-Baltistan area of Pakistan.

Suspension bridges are suspended from cables. The earliest suspension bridges were made of ropes or vines covered with pieces of bamboo. In this picture the suspension bridge, which is now only for human use, is in Astore Valley. This type of bridge is found in the Gilgit-Baltistan area of Pakistan.

Hell Gate Bridge. 20,000 tons of steel suspended in the air. It is said that it would continue standing for 1,000 years if humans disappeared.

Hell Gate Bridge. 20,000 tons of steel suspended in the air. It is said that it would continue standing for 1,000 years if humans disappeared.

On August 20th, China opened to the public the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge. It’s a feat both in engineering and in human nature to terrify ourselves. The bridge clocks in at 1,400 feet across and hangs suspended about 950 feet above a sheer drop in the mountains in the Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. These …

Indulge your sense of vertigo and visit China’s newly unveiled glass-bottomed bridge

On August 20th, China opened to the public the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge. It’s a feat both in engineering and in human nature to terrify ourselves. The bridge clocks in at 1,400 feet across and hangs suspended about 950 feet above a sheer drop in the mountains in the Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. These …

Pulau Langkawi’s Suspended Bridge, Malaysia-A rundown of the most intense traverses around the globe

A rundown of the most intense traverses around the globe

Pulau Langkawi’s Suspended Bridge, Malaysia-A rundown of the most intense traverses around the globe

At a warehouse next to the bustling Williamsburg Bridge, a new city is growing. It’s not a typical metropolis—there are no businesses, no laws, not even the steady beat of human activity—but it is alive, a thriving system. Huy Bui’s Plant—in City, a project run out of his Brooklyn studio, has all the qualities of a futuristic science experiment. Or, as Bui, a Parsons The New School for Design alumnus (MArch ’07) would prefer to describe it, it’s the answer to the question, “How can I keep my…

At a warehouse next to the bustling Williamsburg Bridge, a new city is growing. It’s not a typical metropolis—there are no businesses, no laws, not even the steady beat of human activity—but it is alive, a thriving system. Huy Bui’s Plant—in City, a project run out of his Brooklyn studio, has all the qualities of a futuristic science experiment. Or, as Bui, a Parsons The New School for Design alumnus (MArch ’07) would prefer to describe it, it’s the answer to the question, “How can I keep my…