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In today's article, we offer a selection of unusual ideas, implemented in different countries to improve the lives and lives of people

We have been taught from childhood to take a good example from others.But what if we take the experience of not a specific people, but a whole state?

In today's article, we offer a selection of unusual ideas implemented to improve the lives and lives of people.

Germany: ideal roads

Autobahns in Germany are an example of what an ideal road is. They are not only smooth and smooth, but also durable. 

Such automobile ways can do without repair up to 50 years. The repair process is more like building anew. 

The roads are built in layers: the base, resistant to frost, geotextiles, cement screed, cement concrete coating. The top layer is a "glaze" in the form of diamond milling or concrete with a special filler. 

For the day, the brigades lay about 1 km of roads. Labor-intensive work is done by special machinery, and workers supervise the process more. As a result, the quality of roads is high, and the cost is reduced through the operation of machinery.  

Switzerland: solved the problem with garbage

In the city of Zurich, about 50% of garbage is recycled. For glass, iron and cardboard special containers or bin-bins are provided. Other types of garbage people throw out in special packages of white color at a cost of 1.5 euros. 

Since residents of the city are interested in spending less money on packages, they carefully sort the waste. The sorted garbage is burned, and with the help of the received energy houses are heated (about 170 thousand houses). The smoke from combustion passes through filtration, so its harm is minimized. From the resulting ash, then metals are extracted, including gold.

China: air train, pinnipeds police and sleep in any convenient place

In just 4 months, the Chinese built railway tracks and transport Sky Train. The design of the train is like a panda. It accommodates 230 people and moves at a speed of 60 km per hour. This train is designed for small settlements. Its peculiarity is that it moves along the monorail, which is on top. Visually, it seems that he is rushing through the air.


In one of the Chinese provinces, geese can become police officers. Once they can prevent theft. The thief wanted to steal a motorcycle from the territory of the police, and poisoned all the service dogs. However, on his way a geese brigade with a fighting spirit got up. They raised a noise that the attendant heard. Potential for pinnipeds for police service is - they have good panoramic vision, hearing and combat reaction, if there is a danger.


In addition, in China not so long ago, special mini-beds were created in public places, allowing people to take a nap at any moment. 

South Korea: Smart city

Smart city was built on an artificially created island near Seoul. Its main highlight is the availability of "smart" technologies for comfortable living. The residents have smart cards to gain access to services, including free transportation. 


Among the technologies in Smart City there is a very economical water pipe, automatic sorting of garbage, economical energy system.  


USA: a special children's playground Maggie Daly

In Chicago there is a playground, looking at which even adults would like to become children again to play there. It's called Maggie Daly. On the area of ​​1.2 hectares there are playing corners for children of different ages, a variety of slides, telescopes, suspension bridges, climbing walls. The floor is rubberized and safe for babies. On the lawns you can make picnics. When winter comes, in one of the areas of the site, the ice rink is poured. 


Also on the site there is "Enchanted Forest" with trails and inverted trees. The paths lead to a table where you can drink tea.

Japan: Progressive Transport and Service

In the 60s of the last century, the Japanese presented a train-bullet, which developed a speed of 210 km per hour. To date, their Shinkansen trains reach speeds of 603 km per hour. However, now they are tested in production. The release of high-speed trains is scheduled for 2027. 


Robots of the inhabitants of Japan have not been surprised. In restaurants and cafes they prepare meals, and the hotel offers fresh towels and linen.   

Also, with the help of robotics people, chained to wheelchairs, can walk. The Japanese have created a unique exoskeleton, which receives an impetus from the muscles of a person, driving the robots.

Australia: money from plastic

In 1988, the Australian government began to produce money from plastic. Therefore, Australians have long forgotten what torn or glued bills. In addition, banknotes are waterproof and supplemented with animations. 

Their approach to the issue of money was adopted by other countries - Romania, Brunei, Canada, Vietnam, Maldives, as well as New Guinea. Soon, about 20 states are going to switch to a new type of banknotes. 

Iceland: Zebra 3D

In the city of Isafjordur in the north-west of Iceland there is an unusual pedestrian crossing in the form of three-dimensional fragments of a zebra. At first glance, it seems that they are hanging in the air, which can cause confusion for drivers who pass there for the first time. However, this solution increases the safety of the traffic situation, as drivers at the sight of such an unusual zebra begin to reduce speed in advance.  

Austria: a new kind of buildings

In the city of Graz there is a museum of art Kunsthaus, which many call a friendly aliens. Its shape resembles an alien construction and symbolizes the connection between the avant-garde and the classics. 


In Vienna, there is an unusual incinerator plant Spittelau, made in the style of the avant-garde. The plant is distinguished not only by its unusual design, but also by the minimal emission of harmful components into the atmosphere. Due to the energy it generates, more than 60,000 apartments receive heating.

Brazil: contract marriage and electricity from the waves

Before entering into marriage, the bride and groom are offered 3 varieties of the marriage contract. The first option implies that the property of the couple before and after marriage in the event of a divorce is divided in half. The second - the section is subject to the property acquired only after marriage, and the third option does not provide for the division of property.


Energy of the country is supported almost 90% by the main sources of energy. Brazil - one of the first countries that began to receive energy with the help of waves. This decision was very successful, thanks to the long coastline - 8,000 kilometers.

 

Netherlands: the evolution of heat

The Netherlands leads the way in innovative solutions. On a campus of hi-tech every 20 minutes create some kind of invention. 


This state is among the leaders in the export of products, especially onions and tomatoes. Also the Netherlands leaders in the world flower market.


There are many greenhouses in the country, the sizes of which can reach the height of a 9-storey building. For 20 years of growing products in greenhouses, farmers have reduced the amount of water consumed and stopped using pesticides. For example, in one of the numerous greenhouse complexes, about 15 types of tomatoes grow on ecologically clean basalt fiber.

 

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