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One of the simplest, yet greatest inventions for our vehicle is the Tire Pressure Warning Light (T.P.M.S.).
It lets us know when at least one of our car tires is below a safe pressure.
Or in some cases, it warns us that the TPMS battery is too low to function.
The tire warning light device fits inside of the rim of our tires. (Sometimes, it is on the tire valve stem.)
Most tire pressure lights show up as this warning on the dashboard of our car:
Unfortunately, this warning light is shrouded in mystery.
Continue reading What to do when the tire pressure light (T.P.M.S.) goes on
I first encountered vertical gardens at Longwood Gardens back in 2011…
But apparently, the concept became well known with botanist Patrick Blanc many years ago in France.
Check this out:
Continue reading Patrick Blanc and his sustainable vertical garden (video)
This South African broke a world record and lived under water for 10 days straight!
(And no, this is not a David Blaine magic trick).
Continue reading See the world record for a man living underwater (video)
When I see a person build cool things out of wood, I get a little excited.
And Jimmy DiResta builds stuff and documents it in short videos.
I introduce you to his DiResta AK47 Guitar (a.k.a. the GATTAR):
Continue reading This New York man builds cool things out of wood (video)
Ever wonder how a Tesla Model S is made from beginning to end?
This video gives you a behind-the-scenes tour of the Telsa factory located in Fremont, California.
It is one of the most advanced assembly plants in the world.
Continue reading See the factory tour assembly of the Tesla Model S (video)
This Rube Goldberg device is made entirely out of Lego parts…
It took over 600 hours to complete.
Whether you are into Lego-block building or not, this Ruth Goldberg machine is sure to amaze:
Continue reading Watch the great Lego ball Rube Goldberg contraption (video)
Is the bad economy pinching the clothing budget?
Perhaps a recycling of our t-shirts fits the bill…
Continue reading Turn your old t-shirts into an upcycled t-shirt (video)
This kind of engine is usually found in automobiles.
The builder’s name is Yesus Wilder.
Most of this engine was build using just these 3 metals: stainless steel, aluminum, and bronze.
This is an exotic, one-off piece of art. It took more than 2,520 hours of work.
And the entire engine runs using just compressed air.
Check this out:
Continue reading The world’s smallest V32 engine (and it actually works)
Ever wonder where grass sod (or turf) is grown and harvested?
Sod is typically used for lawns, golf courses, and sports stadiums around the world.
Typically, it is grown within 100 miles of our homes.
And one sod-harvesting tractor can gather up to 500 pallets a day.
Check this out:
Continue reading How sod is raised and harvested for our new lawns (video)