Things break, not because you want them to, but because it just happens. What happens when you do not want something to break, ever? That is a bit of a complicated task, considering that there are only so many materials and so many ways to prevent things from breaking. However, it is not within the realm of impossible or improbable to make something unbreakable. Here is your how-to guide to not breaking anything ever.
Hire a Structural Engineering Firm
When you do not want things to break, you hire a structural engineering firm. These professionals spend countless hours sitting in front of special computers and using engineering software to redesign everything from bridges to toothbrushes, crafting them to be functional and unbreakable. That is the first step to making everything unbreakable; have a structural engineer design or redesign it that way.
Once the Structural Engineer Has Finished a Design, Build or Construct the Object
Whatever the item or object is, manufacture it using the design that the engineer and engineering firm has made for you. Also, be sure to hire a manufacturing company or a construction company that can construct or build this object for you using only the best possible materials. If you want things to keep breaking, use the cheapest and most cheaply made materials. Otherwise, use the best and more costly made materials to create a better product/item/object that lasts much longer because it is made from better materials.
Even If the Item Is Designed and Built to Never Break, Take Care of It
Even though an item is designed to never break, it does not mean you should be careless with it or intentionally damage it. A bridge designed by an engineer to never break and withstand the weight of hundreds of tons of moving vehicles may still weaken over decades of time if it is not maintained and cared for. That is simply a fact of science because materials eventually degrade and break down, and gravity continues to push so hard on everything that it cannot maintain perfection forever.
Bridges designed by engineers stand the test of time not only because they were designed to be unbreakable, but because they were also well-maintained over the numerous decades that have passed. To make something unbreakable is one thing; to maintain it to keep it unbreakable is another. The engineers can design it to be unbreakable, but you have to take care of it to keep it unbreakable.