The Golden Gate Bridge Would Take 3X Longer to Build Today

It took four years to build the Golden Gate Bridge, along with 1.2 million steel rivets and 80,000 miles of wire inside the suspension cables. The famous bridge was completed in 1937, strung together by enough wire to stretch across the U.S. nearly 30 times. But how long would it take to complete a similar... Continue Reading →

Remembering The Pulse Massacre : Orlando, FL

Three loud pops, in succession like gunshots, riddled the muggy air in downtown Orlando Tuesday night. People walking on South Orange Street scurried for cover. Workers in a pizza shop raced for the kitchen or ducked behind the counter. There was brief chaos, confusion. I saw it personally. Fortunately, it was false alarm. The pops... Continue Reading →

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