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M200G Jetson Flying Vehicle From Moller International To Hit Market in …
It consumes mostly ethanol as the fuel of choice, but I wonder how exactly traffic laws will be modified to accomodate these.
Now an ambitious duo has snapped together 500,000 pieces of the stuff to create the world’s first air-powered Lego roadster. Toyota Industries Corporation, however, recently brought some attention to the technology. But the cheap, environmentally-neutral compressed air engine also lends itself to other interesting urban and industrial transport concepts like the AIRPod.
The three-wheel transport weighs around the same as a touring motorcycle at 220kg, so it only needs 5 1/2 horsepower from its lightweight air engine to reach top speeds a little over 40mph. Zero Pollution Motors have announced they will begin taking reservations for the first U. S.
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This year I investigated some more creative and less laborious ways of snow removal. A melter, such as a liquid magnesium chloride blend, can be sprayed with a garden sprayer a few hours of the snow. Rock salt is inexpensive and works at temperatures above 12 degrees F, but it’s tough on vegetation and can eat away at concrete.
Still pricier is a non-salt option called urea. My favorite option is installing a radiant heating system underneath your driveway. When all else fails, hire some neighborhood kids to handle the shoveling for you. Back in the late 90’s he built his house, with an indoor pool. Absolutely no effort on my part. We have about 7 “kids” on our street and good luck trying to get them away from their x-boxes. Looks like you are not offering enough. Please note the use of quotation marks. Was I surprised when I was running away from him when I did something wrong how fast he really was. For 50 I’ll shovel the driveway. I’m sensing a pattern here.
You are doing this the hard way. I actually enjoy the workout I get from shoveling.
I do the widow’s driveway and walk next door as well. Here in Maryland, we don’t get much snow anyways so I don’t get sick of doing it. In use a few years ago.. Why even bother with two inches of snow?
Especially when it snows a LOT. Fifty foot lane and a turnaround.
I found a leaf blower works really well on the light fluffy stuff. I have used everything, snow plow, snow blower, snow shovel. Move somewhere it doesn’t snow. Hyuk is slang for LOL in Korean. Didn’t know about Hyuk and Korean. But maybe that’s where Disney got it?
No problem on my part and it wasn’t a waste just goofing around with you. If you are overweight, shovel it. We don’t need to build a better mouse trap, or my personal new favorite.
Maybe a few people on here are in charge of building facilities. We had four consecutive winter storms that in some areas dropped over 48″ of snow in about two and a half weeks. A number of building owners, especially of buildings with expansive flat roofs started hiring crews to remove snow. Just a word of caution. Here we get few and far between snow storms that amount to anything.
With temperatures in the single digits the last few days. Go out in the early fall, buy a pair of snowmobiles, and the most expensive snow-blower possible.
A few years back, bored by being snowed in, we took a couple magnetrons from microwave ovens to make a science experiment. New York City uses a giant snow melter machine.
I believe creativity is an inherent part of everyone.
They are pretty neat Philly uses them also. Only problem with them is that they can only be hooked to to special connectors to there sewer system then off to a treatment center.
If there’s money to be made, wacky inventions aren’t too far behind, regardless of how strange they may be.
Moller has been promising the world a flying car for over a decade, could it finally be making good on its pledge?
It wont be long in the future wherein cars will definitely be flying but for now, lets take a look at this as a toy.
The Moller M200g Volantor flying car drived by a mustached man
hover car disc
flying saucer prototype 1970 https://www.saveeverystep.com