"Dude, you sure you're ok to drive? Your pupils look a little dilated" ranks among the top three things nobody wants to hear as the third blotter of acid kicks in—directly between, "Please bend of over the examination table and try to relax" and "Sir, step out of the vehicle right meow."
By linking the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, the Panama Canal revolutionized global shipping when it opened nearly a century ago. However, the canal's capabilities are quickly being outpaced by the ever-growing ships that pass through it. In order to accommodate the next generation of over-sized vessels, the Panama Canal is receiving its most ambitious upgrade in 93 years—a third channel hemmed in by these gargantuan flood gates.