36 thoughts on “Strange Factory’s Pipe”

  1. factory worker: *COUGH*COUGH*COUGH* WHAT GENIUS THOUGHT THAT ROUTING THE SMOKESTACK BACK INTO THE FACTORY WAS A GOOD IDEA???

  2. This is not in Russia. It is north of Tehran, where my scientists work on secret new weapon.

    How did you get this photo? Please return to Tehran on next flight, so I may take you to public square and . . . choppy choppy!!

    P.S. can you please stop in the duty-free shop at airport and get some chocolates for me?

    • Please take next flight to Tehran to be punish for prostitution. We will take you to public square for stoning. We hit you with rocky rocky!!

      But, if you bring me nice gift from airport duty-free shop, I can get you higher price than RUB 2,000 per hour . . . if you still wish to sell yourself.

      Yours,
      MA

      • Aleksi, Niels R.,
        Thanks for revealing this as TsAGI.
        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:TsAGI_with_vertical_tube_autumn2006.jpg

      • very well, in what part of the tube do they test the models?

        and what is the reason for building a tube that is not straigt?
        I mean from where does the wind blow and in what direction to blow straigth and not create wirls caused by the 45 degree turns

  3. It looks like a poorly modified stack (venturi at the corners, instead of reflectors); I should like to have seen the scaffolding for neat removal of bricks too.

    At first, I thought ‘carbon sequestration in prime real-estate?’ …and ‘what happened to the microwave relays?’

    Even better; make a smoking-friendly apartment and let the carbon sequestering people take it easy.

    Happy winter. (Or: I thought this North-America place was photoshopped from the start!)

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