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This Superjet Lets You Fly Underwater

Looking at the pics, you might think ‘what’s new it’s just a jet’  – but this machine is built to fly through water. The Deep Flight Super Falcon (DFSF) is sculpted like a heavy-duty fighter jet with two 8.8-feet wide wings at each side, super slim skeleton and waterproof windows. The 20.11 feet DFSF soars

Jetpack concept might finally be ready for mass production

After the jetpack appeared 1984 Olympics you would have thought the device just might be commercially available at some point. That never happen, but now Glenn Martin might make Jetpack flying possible.   Recently they were issued test licenses for their prototype product from the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority. This means the company is all set

10 Inventors Killed By Their Own Inventions

Living to see your invention work and take over the world might not always be the path nature chooses for you. History has a fair bit of examples of people who were, ironically, killed by their very own inventions as if their inventions wanted them to know that ‘they’, the inventions, didn’t want to materialize

sQuba: World’s First Underwater Car

Three decades ago James Bond (then enacted by British star Roger Moore) wowed the world with a car that could ‘fly’ under water in the movie The Spy Who Loved Me. Only, it was animation and not an actual scene. But Frank M Rinderknecht, the 52-year-old automobile visionary and boss of Swiss automaker Rinspeed, has

DARPA’s “Transformer Flying Car” Program Takes-Off

DARPA didn’t reveal much at first about its “Transformer TX” program aimed at developing a flying car for the military. But now the full proposal has been published, and shows that the Pentagon agency hopes to get a prototype airborne by 2015. The mad scientists want a vertical-takeoff vehicle that handles like an off-road-capable SUV