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In an episode that could only be described as “2023: The Year We Ran Out of Normal,” Reason, the libertarian magazine that cut its teeth in the wild, psychedelic year...
Back in 2013 Samsung Heavy Industries launched the world’s most complicated ship, Shell Prelude, a 93 metres high behemoth designed to draw gas from under the sea bed and refine it aboard the ship. The massive ship – which cost more than $17 Billion to build, is six-times heavier than the world’s biggest aircraft carrier, and nearly 500 meters long – is impressive but almost as interesting is the “miniature” 5-meter replica built by craftsmen at the Australian lego workshop Brickman.
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