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HIDRAULIC PRESS vs VERY HARD BALLS AND TUNGSTEN

Let's try to crush the hardest ceramic ball and the hardest metal with a 100-ton hydraulic press. aluminum oxide


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HIDRAULIC PRESS vs VERY HARD BALLS AND TUNGSTEN

Let's try to crush the hardest ceramic ball and the hardest metal with a 100-ton hydraulic press. aluminum oxide

150 CASE steam engine plowing with 36 bottom John Deere plow

Enjoy this video of the 150 Case plowing for the FIRST TIME EVER with a 36 bottom John Deere plow. Plowing through rain and mud, this beast couldn’t be held back.


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150 CASE steam engine plowing with 36 bottom John Deere plow

Enjoy this video of the 150 Case plowing for the FIRST TIME EVER with a 36 bottom John Deere plow. Plowing through rain and mud, this beast couldn’t be held back.

How 60,000 Metric Tons of Salt Are Harvested from One of the World’s Saltiest Lakes

At Senegal’s Lake Retba a.k.a. “Pink Lake,” harvesters wade into the waters of one of the world’s saltiest lakes — even saltier than the Dead Sea — to collect 60,000 metric tons of salt per year.


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How 60,000 Metric Tons of Salt Are Harvested from One of the World’s Saltiest Lakes

At Senegal’s Lake Retba a.k.a. “Pink Lake,” harvesters wade into the waters of one of the world’s saltiest lakes — even saltier than the Dead Sea — to collect 60,000 metric tons of salt per year.

Classic town of Folkestone, its pier and beach

This recording from September 2020 of Folkestone takes us on a walk from the town centre (the very grandiose pub Samuel Peto), down some quaint streets filled with local restaurants and cafe's. Despite what was going on at the time, people were quite relaxed and rarely covered up when outside. As we leave the town cetre, we pass the Harbour Inn and Royal George, before slowly making our way down the harbour and to the famous Folkestone Harbour Arm. On the way there we admire the former train station platforms.
The view next to the Lighthouse Champagne Bar, with the seaguls flying at eye level is glorious!
We were hoping to walk back on the top level where folks usually fish but it was a one way for unknown reasons. So we cut and made a quick jump to the start of the pier and turned along the beach where a long board walk took us on a 40 minite stroll down by the beach. I'm still curious what was that large bell about. Wish I read the plaque!


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Classic town of Folkestone, its pier and beach

This recording from September 2020 of Folkestone takes us on a walk from the town centre (the very grandiose pub Samuel Peto), down some quaint streets filled with local restaurants and cafe's. Despite what was going on at the time, people were quite relaxed and rarely covered up when outside. As we leave the town cetre, we pass the Harbour Inn and Royal George, before slowly making our way down the harbour and to the famous Folkestone Harbour Arm. On the way there we admire the former train sta...

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