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She’s beauty and she’s grace, she’s Miss United States

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omg I want to make those !

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intothewoods333:

THAT WAS TERRIFYING!!!

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holfiecat:

My friend and I were given 5 sheets of paper to support as much weight as possible. This is the result. We had to stop stacking books because the ceiling got in the way.

WHAT

Holy crap

physics go home youre broken

This is actually physics in action. Round pillars are stupid-strong. The pillars are weakest at their corners. So, the fewer the corners, the stronger it is. A triangular structure is more stable than a square, and a circular is even better than a triangle. You will see a lot of bridges utilizing the triangle, and a lot of buidings, especially old ones, utilizing the circular pillars. 

So, there’s your lesson in engineering for the evening. 

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