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if that`s the case, then he`ll be just as safe as being surrounded by dozens of armed guards preventing you from seeing past yur nose
Nah, there won`t. Just wanted to indicate how amazing it is that technology had bounds further than we tought in a time earlier than we thought (or at least I thought). Regardless the nation, many of these ideas never came to fruition as they were last acts and efforts to win a desperate war, be it WW2 or the Cold War. Not to mention that these ideas were always initially designated to military purposes. Who knows what the Chinese or Japanese are up to?
Damn, America sucks.
OMG!!!! RUSSIA PWNZZZZZZZZ!!!!11 LOL
:D You`re welcome.
thank you, now I`m going to have Elton John songs stuck in my head all day now... DX
Aaaand here comes the nation war.
And i think it`s gonna be a long long timeTill touch down brings me round again to findI`m not the man they think i am at homeOh no no no I`m a rocket manRocket man burning out his fuse up here alone..-------------------------------------------------
Look at these things:
i) Flight time for personal jetpacks.ii) How dangerous they are to use.iii) How many people have successfully flown one untethered.
Then you`ll realise that they have nothing to do with the consumer market and cannot do so without an extremely radical new propulsion system.
That`s cheap, portable, and comes in fun colors.
It was almost useless and very dangerous. The problems are inherent and only Hawker Siddeley managed to make a properly working aircraft (which was still still very hard to fly). You won`t ever see anything like this in the consumer market unless someone invents an antigravity engine.