In their Iraq missions, troops from these countries developed a way to search for traps. They sprayed open doorways and halls with silly string to detect and maneuver around tripwires, preventing explosions!
How does it do this? silly string is sticky enough to latch itself onto wires without weighing too much and setting off traps. At the peak of the War in Iraq, people held silly string drives to send the canned goop to troops overseas! To read more on the properties of silly string and other uses, click the Source below!
The reason for this is that snipers don’t want the blood flow to mess up their fingers when aiming and shooting. While this is a smart method, it can become difficult when in harsh conditions, like extreme heat.
As the body gets hotter, the heart rate also increases. However, there are techniques that snipers use to keep their heart rate under control to get the shots they need. For instance, they breathe steadily, relax, clear their mind, and just think about the task at hand. To learn more, watch this video:
This tree comfortably holds an 11 floor, 8000 square foot, over 250,000 nail wonder that would put every eight year old's tree house to shame.
The house stands at 97 feet tall, which means that it is 17 feet taller than the tree it resides in.
The creator of the treehouse, Horrace Burgess, is 56 years old and has said that he put over $12,000 into the building of the structure.
Also, Burgess says that he is not done making his monument in the trees. He's not stopping at floor #11! Do you want to move into this treehouse? I know I do. Tell us what you think about the colossal cabana in the comments below!