As one of the most recognizable landmarks around the world, the Eiffel Tower's history starts in 1887. It stands 1,063 feet tall from the ground to the highest tip with hidden apartments that the owner held parties in with Thomas Edison and others at that time. These rooms are no ...Read More
Air conditioner units are an important aspect of your home whether you have central air or even a small AC unit typical in smaller homes or apartments. How they cool the air in your home is important, and it could be useful information to better understand how your home functions ...Read More
The technology that is available to us today is incredible and in near constant use. With all this use come many opportunities for malicious acts. There are harmful viruses and malware that are designed to trick us into giving access to files and sensitive information which can b ...Read More
The Gulf Coast states were damaged by a hurricane which was a category 2 upon hitting land. There were about 11 million people that were in the storms predicted path. Many people lost power in Texas and Louisiana and as the storm moved inland, many other states were effected.
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When tunnels are built underwater, it's mostly because a bridge or ferry is unavailable, or to reduce the usage of an existing bridge or ferry because of competition or relief.
History of the Underwater Tunnels
In the early 19th century in London, the world's first underwater t ...Read More
Major advancements in manufacturing, efficiency, and technology have made alternative energy solutions more affordable for homeowners. Solar panels offer an alternative to producing power and is one of the more favorable alternatives in recent years.
How Energy is Transferred fr ...Read More
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is located in the Italian city of Pisa and is a freestanding bell tower of the city's cathedral. The tower is famous for its four-degree lean and is the third oldest structure in the city's Cathedral Square.
The tower is 183.27 feet tall from the grou ...Read More
Sweater weather is coming, along with pumpkin and wreath décor. But there are more important things your home needs to get ready for the autumn season. There are ways you can prepare your house for the colder season.
Clean, repair, or replace your gutters. A clogged gutter ...Read More
The Colosseum measures 620 feet by 513 feet with seating for more than 50,000 spectators and was the largest amphitheater in the Roman world. The Colosseum was active for four centuries until the 6th century A.D. It stopped all operations after a struggling Western Roman Empire, ...Read More