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For as long as mankind has existed, so has the need for transportation. Before our ancestors had even invented the wheel, we used sticks and animal skins to make primitive stretchers, helping us to carry loads from place to place in a way that would be impossible to achieve by hands alone. As we’ve evolved, so has our ability to build. The superstructures we build today can be hundreds of feet wide or long, and weigh thousands of tonnes. As the load gets bigger, the means of transportation become more sophisticated, more innovative, and more exciting. Today we’re looking at seven of the most incredible transportation achievements of all time.

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    • Amavirra

      Just mentioning the Sewol so casually felt yucky

      about 1 day ago
    • Eric haskell
      Eric haskell

      Wind is kinder! Ask the birds laying on the ground under them.

      about 2 days ago
    • grancito2

      A knot is a nautical mile per hour, so a knot per hour is acceleration, not a speed.

      about 3 days ago
    • nitla elit
      nitla elit

      platforme per arian univers raket(Esa europ)

      about 4 days ago

      Aaaaaaand someone was moving MASSIVE BLOCKS to build amazing ancient structures with zero technology “apparently”

      about 8 days ago
    • Darrell Struth
      Darrell Struth

      Wind turbines kills thousands of birds each day!

      about 9 days ago
    • Tomasz Klisz
      Tomasz Klisz In reply to Darrell Struth

      Go eat steak. Or a breast

      about 4 days ago
    • Blues Howler
      Blues Howler

      You need a spell checker. We all know that. And hardened rock huh? I don't think you know what your talking about.

      about 20 days ago
    • Hetznaz


      about 25 days ago
    • Bubba

      Wind turbines are better for the enviroment than nuclear? I dont fucking think so... between construction and maintence most will never cover their own cost, especially since they have to be shut down if it gets to windy... and they kill the shit outa birds.

      Nuclear is the most reliable, cleanest, and most powerful resourse we have.
      The left climate change idiots hate it because climate change has nothing to do with the enviroment and everything to do with control

      about 27 days ago
    • Up live ciamis
      Up live ciamis


      about 28 days ago
    • Kompressor2007

      60 feet or 60 meters long? lol

      about 28 days ago
    • fladave99 Mills
      fladave99 Mills

      Wind Mills are a TOTAL SCAM. They generate wind between 30 and 50. THAT is not very good and they are BACKED UP BY COAL which means they are USELESS are any sort of enviornmental thing - But the [oliticians make BILLIONS because they are ALL partnered in this scam and make money on every mill they mandate. ENJOY YOUR TAX DOLLARS GOING DOWN THE DRAIN -

      about 29 days ago
    • BadfishAaron

      What the hell? Is this the [adult swim] page? wtf is this?

      about 29 days ago
    • sponge head
      sponge head

      They always half to push the lie of evolution, ancient man was definitely not primitive and could do things we cannot do today! They had amazing technology before Noah's flood and could cut and perfectly place stones weighing as much as 5 Queen Mary's! Something we cannot come close to today, they also built hundreds of huge pyramids all over the world and we couldn't build one today mostly because of the cost but also the technology!

      about 1 month ago
    • Thorbjørn Prytz
      Thorbjørn Prytz

      The Troll platform was the result of 20 years experience building 14 different platforms of increasing size and complexety

      about 1 month ago
    • teamidris

      I think nasa cut up the Saturn five transporter and I think it cut up the replacement as well?

      about 1 month ago
    • Josh D
      Josh D

      “Compromising largely of..”?

      about 1 month ago
    • cinegraphics

      So much cost to produce those turbines, so much cost to transport them, and the damn thing is so ineffective it will return the investment in 100 years. Maybe. In the meantime geothermal energy, which is like 100x more reliable and omnipresent, is being ignored.

      about 1 month ago
    • Smels DeFeces
      Smels DeFeces

      NOW I remember why I ditched your channel initially....AND DID IT AGAIN TODAY!

      about 1 month ago
    • The great challenge
      The great challenge

      Bunching nuclear and coal together to promote a useless power plant that kills of migratory birds. Just lost my interest in your channel...the in that is too much.

      about 1 month ago
    • Rebel N Dirt
      Rebel N Dirt

      There are 2 AN-225s Both have been restored to flight status.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bach Bui
      Bach Bui

      Good video.

      about 1 month ago
    • ou812 ou812
      ou812 ou812

      Rockets ain't nothing more than big fireworks to amuse the blind public. NASA knows the firmament is above they can't go nowhere the vacuum of space they can't beat.

      about 1 month ago
    • Joseph Stokes
      Joseph Stokes


      about 1 month ago
    • Robert LaRoque
      Robert LaRoque

      Wind turbines can not even pay themselves off in 20 year's life span, let alone produce the power is supposed too. Useless! 4.5 billion year's ago! Haha hahahaha, right!

      about 1 month ago
    • Kim Hohlmayer
      Kim Hohlmayer

      Enjoy your channel hugely!!! Do a list on famous old strip mining shovels. Sounds crazy but they were amazing, fascinating machines.
      They even had their own names like the Gem of Egypt. To move them across roads often meant closing the road to traffic then replacing the pavement after the move. The shovel was so heavy it tore up the road surface!

      about 2 months ago
    • Rose White
      Rose White

      8:45 4.5 billion years is a childish fairy tale estimate of how long uranium would take to turn into lead.
      as both lead and uranium are found together and lead cannot be made radioactive it proves lead is one of the natural minerals GOD used to build Earth 6,000 years ago.
      And all uranium was created by piezo-electrical energy at the start of The Flood 4,350 years agoor a few decades later when GOD once again shook Earth to make the landmass separate out into todays islands, continents and oceans.

      about 2 months ago
    • greg bolitho
      greg bolitho

      nice 1 mayor!

      about 2 months ago
    • teyou lin
      teyou lin


      about 2 months ago
    • El Diablo
      El Diablo

      I have witnessed SPMT move a 110T transformer around a right angle corner that was no more than 15 ft, it took a lot of time but they did it 4 times over a period of weeks as one transformer was removed and a new one installed.
      I worked in Antwerp on the two substation rigs for the London Windfarm Array and they were lifted by SPMT's onto a barge. They had to be transported to the Thames Estuary where they were connected to the turbines which transmitted 33KV to the substation which then upped it to 150KV. Each platform is 20x20x22mt and weighed 1250T, when they arrived at their destination a floating crane lifted them onto the monopile.

      about 2 months ago