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Want to see the world’s largest tire? It’s in Allen Park, Michigan! This beautiful, 12-Ton, 80-foot tall tire is something we truly admire. Someone let us know when this bad boy is attached to a car, because we definitely want to go on that ride!

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The world's largest commercial center in Iran, Tehran district 22, an area of 10 million square meters
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It's been a week since Data Centre World 2017, the world's largest and most influential gathering of data centre expertise, came to a close.

Read more about WP Group's activity at the show and WP's Energy Services for critical facilities.

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Scientists just switched on the world’s largest ‘artificial sun’


Rob WaughYahoo News UKMarch 24, 2017 https://sg.news.yahoo.com/scientists-just-switched-on-the-worlds-largest-artificial-sun-135457750.html Scientists in Germany just switched on the world’s largest ‘artificial Sun’ for the first time – producing light 10,000 times more intense than natural sunlight on our planet.

The Synlight experiment in Jülich near Cologne foccuses 139 xenon spotlights on a single point – with a goal of generating climate-friendly fuel.

The machine is 45 feet high and 52 feed wide – and produces temperatures above 3,500 degrees Centigrade, hotter than a blast furnace.

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The goal is to produce hydrogen from water – a clean fuel – and eventually, the researchers hope to test the technique with a real solar plant.


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Watch the world's largest artificial sun burn through a solid sheet of aluminium. 😱
It's called #synlight and is located in Jülich, Germany.
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Scientists hope that one day, the same technique could be used to produce hydrogen to fuel cars – in a carbon neutral way.


‘We’ve been testing it for the last two months, and this is the first public event,’ said research engineer Dmitrij Laaber.

‘The next step would be to get this reactor to a real solar plant, where it can be tested under real conditions. Our facility is mainly for testing of the components.’

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Superyacht Azzam is now the world’s largest yacht and she is believed to be 180 metres
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