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Sea Based X-Band Radar........ It is nominally based at Adak Island in Alaska (though, as of November 2013 has never put into port at Adak) but can roam the Pacific Ocean to detect incoming ballistic missiles.

Sea Based X-Band Radar. It is nominally based at Adak Island in Alaska (though, as of November 2013 has never put into port at Adak) but can roam the Pacific Ocean to detect incoming ballistic missiles.

as a former engineering student, I find this hilarious. (and so true).

I tapped on the glass, he popped up...

Thu & Mads can even make an ugly thing like an oil rig look beautiful! On assignment in Vung Tau by Thu & Mads, via Flickr

Thu & Mads can even make an ugly thing like an oil rig look beautiful!

Wildcatters 1939 Kilgore Texas.

Oil drillers talking with bits in front of them and drilling equipment in background, Kilgore, Texas

This is what an oil rig would look like. This is just one of the machines used to extract oil. This would be an example of the types of machines the Middle East would have for their oil business.

oil rigs at night | While oil-soaked birds get much attention, Gulf rigs remain bright ...

While oil-soaked birds get much attention, Gulf rigs remain bright, often fatal beacons

While oil-soaked birds get much attention, Gulf rigs remain bright, often fatal…

GE creates virtual tour of the seabed factories of tomorrow [Virtual Reality: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/virtual-reality/ Underwater: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/underwater/]

GE creates virtual tour of the seabed factories of tomorrow By David Szondy A subsea factory installation

Isn't this a fantastic picture of our new offshore platform Brage in Norway? In bad weather conditions and high waves it must be surley a challenge for our colleagues to work out there.

Isn't this a fantastic picture of our new offshore platform Brage in Norway? In bad weather conditions and high waves it must be surley a challenge for our colleagues to work out there.

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