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Simple Machines: Pulleys, Levers, and Wheels

November 19, 2022 | Categories: Elevators In The News

Humans have always had work to do, and they have always looked for ways to make their work easier. Some of the first and most important inventions that humans ever made were six simple machines. These inventions made it easier to do things like redirec …

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A Kid’s Guide to Renewable Energy

November 17, 2022 | Categories: Elevators In The News

A Kid’s Guide to Renewable Energy What is Renewable Energy? Energy is the force that makes things work. Without it, people couldn’t cook food, drive their cars, or power their homes with electricity. If there were no more energy, imagine how different …

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Utilizing Rainwater and Gravity: A Guide to Rain Gardens

November 17, 2022 | Categories: Elevators In The News

  Utilizing Rainwater and Gravity: A Guide to Rain Gardens Rainwater is an abundant source of hydration for plants and animals, and it requires little effort to use. Condensation and gravity do most of the work, so all we need to do is direct the …

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Elevators vs Stairs Infographic

August 4, 2016 | Categories: Infographics

How Long Does it Take to Reach the Top of These Famous Structures Taking the stairs is healthier, they say, but what about when you’ve got to go up 50 floors? In that case, you’ll be grateful for your elevator! Let’s compare how long it would take to c …

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The 9 Layers of Elevator Heck Infographic

June 8, 2016 | Categories: Infographics

Elevators are wonderful – it’s the people that ride on them that can be a pain! When you’re in an elevator with one of these 9 types of people, every floor feels like an eternity. Drunk people, people who stand too close, people who bring too much onto …

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SkyDeck Airplane Seats Can Be Accessed by Elevator

December 23, 2015 | Categories: Elevators In The News

People who like to look out the window when flying on an airplane may soon be able to have an even better view than the pilot. Windspeed, an American aerospace technology company, has developed SkyDeck. Passengers can sit inside a transparent bubble-li …

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