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Video of the Week #98, June 27th, 2013:

From: STEM Makes Cars Safer, Buildings Taller, Enables Hearing and Moves Giant Magnets! by Joanne Manaster at PsiVid.

Source: Google Maps on YouTube.

Google Street View created a video demonstrating how they have been working to document the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world’s tallest building at 828 meters (2,716 feet), inside and out. A visit to the spire at the top is quite phenomenal. The Burj Khalifa is an architectural and engineering marvel and the new Trekker camera device is quite nifty, too.





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  1. 1. vertland@aol.com 2:51 pm 06/27/2013

    I understand that this building is not even hooked-up to a sewage system, so everyday tanker trucks have to haul away its sewage. Talk about putting the cart before the horse.

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  2. 2. Dr. Strangelove 5:40 am 06/29/2013

    You can stack 14 Burj Khalifas on top of each other, this man-made structure would still be taller. Guess what’s this tallest man-made structure?

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  3. 3. Science_Genius 4:33 pm 07/2/2013

    Cool!

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