Monthly Archives: May 2018

The World’s Self-Driving Cars |


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Has the world become techno-crazy or pure lazy? From house controlling systems such as the Alexa, a virtual personal assistant developed by e-commerce giant Amazon, to Siri the Apple iPhone assistant you can command to phone your relatives or play a specific song. The world is on the cusp of total technologisation. The notion of self-driven cars has been ingrained into the subconscious mindsets of the 20th and 21st century masses through cinematic films. Films such as Knight rider starring […]

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Horse Drawn Carriages: How it all began |


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When someone thinks of horse drawn carriages they think of Cinderella or Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom being drawn around in her golden carriage and high majesty. Horse drawn carriages came to their peak usage during the 14th century but where birthed to the world in around 3,500 BC. The word carriage is derived from the Old Northern French word carriage which means to carry in a vehicle.  The very first carriage where introduced to us during 3,000 BC […]

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History of transport |


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The means of taking one thing or oneself to a location of interest. A location of value or a location of purpose. Transport is the way the greatest innovations of the world are based on. Look at the Coliseum, a great and ancient architectural structure standing firm since its construction in 70 AD. The Coliseum has been constructed of many materials that are a contributing factor to its ability to stand strong year in year out. The principle material being […]

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