11 months have passed since the devastating tsunami in Japan. The natural calamity took lives of about 16,000 people and destroyed over 310,000 buildings. Presently almost all the temporary houses are built and the evacuation centers will soon be closed. This is how the sites of the disaster look now compared to what was pictured right after the tsunami.
A HULC exoskeleton is designed to help dismounted soldiers carry heavy combat loads for extended periods of time without increasing the stress on their body. The hydraulic-powered anthropomorphic exoskeleton helps to transfer loads up to 200 lbs (90.7 kg) to the ground through powered titanium legs without loss of mobility.
These photos capture incredible moments of a 17-storey concrete building being blown to pieces in Scotland. Glencairn Tower block that opened in 1964 needed about 55kg of explosives to be reduced to 12,000 tons of rubble. Inside this post, you can watch spectacular video of the building crashing to the ground.