We all know the army tanks, the ferocious looking tough metal machines equipped with and used in killing people. These are one of the most dangerous war equipment and always vastly used in modern day warfare. So, when Argentine artist Raul Lemesoff decided to attack the ignorance and the lack of knowledge among people by using an weapon of mass instruction. Then he think about creating an army tank to do so. Then, he converted a 1979 Ford Falcon into a weird, tank-like vehicle featuring a rotating turret, an unusable gun, along with a huge space that can store up to 900 books. Yes books! Lemesoff’s tank or his Weapon of Mass Instruction (Arma de Instruccion Masiva) is actually a library full of books that move around the Buenos Aires, spreading knowledge among the people! Cool, isn’t it?
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