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Big Encyclopedia. Engineering, technology, transport

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Big Encyclopedia. Engineering, technology, transport. Simple answers to difficult questions:

Are there many details in Lego?

Can a car overcome the sound barrier?

Can a motorcycle jump far?

Can I drive a car faster than sound?

Can I use the ocean tide?

Can people make diamonds?

Do weaving exist for a long time?

From what did the ships in Ancient Egypt?

Have you always had a driver's license?

How accurate is the atomic clock?

How are bricks made?

How are synthetic fibers made?

How are television programs broadcast via satellite?

How are whiskey made?

How big is the lifting capacity of the world's largest truck?

How did Henry Ford explain the reason for stopping production of his favorite car model?

How did pneumatic tires appear?

How did Saudi Arabia deny the opinion about the devilish origin of the phone?

How did the IBM company originate?

How did time determine in the ancient world?

How do Eskimos build their igloo?

How do oil rigs work?

How do they make water?

How do we get energy from coal?

How do you get raisins from grapes?

How do you get wax?

How do you make ropes?

How does a brig differ from a brigantine?

How does a hovercraft differ from a hydrofoil ship?

How does a steam engine work?

How does a tree turn into lumber?

How does a windmill work?

How does papyrus differ from parchment?

How does the airbag work?

How does the airship differ from a balloon?

How does the automatic room heating control valve work?

How does the CD work?

How does the fuel cell work?

How does the Geiger counter work?

How does the sundial show time?

How does unirem differ from birema and trireme?

How far can you fly, using only muscle power?

How fast do the trains go?

How fast does a vehicle run on solar batteries?

How is artificial rubber produced?

How is butter made?

How is diamond treated?

How is glass blown out?

How is lace being woven?

How is paper made?

How is scuba?

How is the distance to the stars measured?

How is wine made?

How long does it take to wash all the windows of the Petronas Tower skyscraper?

How many nails are there?

How many parts does an airplane consist of?

How many passengers does the Airbus take?

How many people have been to the surface of the moon?

How many wires does a car need?

How much fuel does one passenger plane consume?

How much would a car cost now if it progressed as fast as a computer?

In what time the most dangerous sediments of the Chernobyl zone will half fall apart?

In which state is underground cable damaged most rarely and why?

Is biofuel harm or benefit?

On which ships did Christopher Columbus discover America?

Since when do steamboats sail by sea?

Was the first computer bug a real insect?

Were airships used for military purposes?

What are reliable brakes made of?

What are the requirements for a Formula 1 racing car?

What did Alexander Gustave Eiffel create?

What do ISDN letters mean?

What does flint for lighters consist of?

What indicates low quality natural gas?

What is a camera obscura?

What is a dam?

What is a laser?

What is a mold and a mold?

What is a photocell?

What is a radio telescope?

What is a roadster?

What is a sonar?

What is a tack?

What is a tin-lead alloy?

What is aluminum foil made of?

What is beer?

What is being written in space?

What is Bucintoro?

What is CDMA?

What is ceramic?

What is concrete?

What is fermentation?

What is GBAS?

What is glue made of?

What is GPS and GLONAS?

What is incense made of?

What is Kevlar?

What is made of celluloid?

What is natural wool?

What is needed for the production of glass?

What is nitinol and how is it remarkable?

What is oil?

What is skin?

What is suede?

What is tapioca?

What is taxidermy?

What is the Blue Ribbon?

What is the gyro?

What is the highest temperature that could get?

What is the largest engineering structure of our time?

What is the longest bike in the world?

What is the longest bus in the world?

What is the longest metro?

What is the lowest temperature that was obtained?

What is the most common form of transport in France?

What is the most economical fuel?

What is the name of the course of a sailing vessel relative to the wind?

What is the name of the masts of a sailing ship?

What is the name of the most expensive beer in the world?

What is the papyrus?

What is the principle of thermal insulation?

What is the Richter scale?

What made the uniform of German soldiers in World War I?

What makes Cutty Sark clipper?

What speed did the first auto race winner in the United States show?

What turns of a sailing ship are?

What was the first car like?

What was the first highway?

What was the first steam engine built for?

What was the tower of Babel built from?

What were the first ocean steamers?

What were the first skyscrapers?

What words are encoded in the SOS signal?

When did a person start using gas?

When did people start building houses?

When did the first machine guns come in that had to throw coins?

When did the first subway run?

When did the first tools appear?

When did the regular railway service appear?

When did they start using oil as fuel?

When did windmills first be used?

When did you first start freezing foods?

When did you first start using metal?

When was copper first used?

When was the first attempt to start a jet aircraft with a man on board?

When was the first plastic made?

When was the first pottery made?

Where and when did you start renting cars for hire?

Where did the navy come from?

Where did you begin to mine gold?

Where do you get iron for steel production?

Where is left-hand traffic used?

Where is the most powerful wind power plant?

Where was the first windmill?

Which aircraft won the Battle of England?

Which is the largest passenger aircraft?

Which is the longest bridge?

Which is the shortest airline in the world?

Which nodes measure seafarers speed?

Which orbits do most communication satellites have?

Which plane is the fastest?

Which plane made the first non-stop flight around the globe?

Which plane was the most reliable?

Which products are the most dangerous?

Which sailboat owns the record for sailing speed?

Which text is easier to read?

Who and how first responded to the first rocket launches conducted by Robert Goddard, the American pioneer of rocket technology?

Who consumes more fuel - a car or a jet?

Who did the first round-the-world voyage of submarines and when?

Who invented the ball?

Who made the first boat?

Who made the sails first?

Who was the first to extract oil?

Why are the keys on the typewriter not alphabetically arranged?

Why are the tides?

Why can a helicopter stay in the air?

Why did the first truck driver need an assistant?

Why didn't they believe Marco Polo?

Why do large sea-going ships have a rounded thickening in the bow submarine?

Why do super-deep wells are drilled?

Why do the hands of the clock move in this way?

Why do you need stones in your watch?

Why does aluminum foil have one side more glossy than the other?

Why does cement harden?

Why does gasoline burn?

Why don't we fall off the bike?

Why is a brick from which the walls of the Kremlin are made, Aristotelev?

Why is Swiss cheese perforated?

Why is there lead in gasoline?

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