The homemade flying hovercraft

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+8 1. AmazingNixxo commented 11 years ago

Interesting little thing that hehehe. :D Wonder what fun one can have with that. >:)
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+5 2. gazisere commented 11 years ago

i wanted to see it land, i bet landing is the freaky part of the whole experience.

Also, needs that old song playing, 'those magnificent men in their flying machines'..
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+22 3. Foxer57 commented 11 years ago

That is BADASS! I want one so bad! :D
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-4 4. libertysfallout commented 11 years ago

1 guy invents a hovercraft that also flies, yet the whole US can barely make a hovercraft that goes over 50 km/h.
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0 5. Randyio commented 11 years ago

Why don't I live near the beach :(
or some big lake
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+5 6. loscohones commented 11 years ago

impressive piece of aerodynamics i would like to get my hands on its blueprint ;)
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+4 7. NielsTreurniet commented 11 years ago

Coooool!!! i want one! :D
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+13 8. montypython commented 11 years ago

Dealer Options: Machine Guns, Laser-Guided Missles, . . .Clear Coat
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0 9. blackd commented 11 years ago

I WANT ONE!
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+3 10. TheIsingGuy commented 11 years ago

thats so james bond
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-1 11. RandurSource commented 11 years ago

Oh wow, I can just imagine how it would touch the water wrong and smack over on it's back with the head of the passenger drilling into the bottom of the river. >:)

Otherwise, it looks very nice to 'ride' in a plane like that
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+3 12. Fergus_Thedog commented 11 years ago

One of those wings clips the water and it's goodnight Irene.
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+1 13. CrackrJak commented 11 years ago

That looks like a lot of fun :) :) :) :) :)
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0 14. AL-AIN commented 11 years ago

jet2010 >:) >:)
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0 15. svabo666 commented 11 years ago

I wanna have one :)
hmm... i wonder how many days till next christmas :D
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+1 16. DarkiKun commented 11 years ago

that is brilliant !!! i'd love to give it a try
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0 17. Mitak commented 11 years ago

They never showed how the landing looks like though. I suspect it might not be so soft 8-)
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-1 18. OnetimeX commented 11 years ago

I bet it's a bit chilly at 30000feet though >:) >:) >:)
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+6 19. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

#4 This guy from NZ is dishonest and a fraud and did not "invent" the flying hovercraft.

From the "real" inventors site:

"Earlier today and last evening news networks around the world aired a story based on incorrect facts regarding a “Flying Hovercraft” supposedly designed by Rudy Heeman of Nelson New Zealand. The fact is that ground effect hovercrafts were invented by an American engineer named Bob Windt of Illinois. He and the company Universal Hovercraft have been designing flying hovercrafts for 14 years. The first Universal Hovercraft prototype took flight in 1996 on the Mississippi River near Cordova Illinois."

http://www.hovercraft.com/content/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=216
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0 20. karl_os commented 11 years ago

the Jesus pin? wow... nice invention though.
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0 21. eNdEmiOn06463 commented 11 years ago

If it could go higher and the wings would be retractable it could have serious future potential. One big problem the days with new things like flying. To much safety crap to have to deal with.
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0 22. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 11 years ago

auf und ab Hovercraft... komm mit aufs Hovercraft :P
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+4 23. clark58 commented 11 years ago

Can anyone suggest a video website where there aren't so many USA bashers just waiting to spreed hatred? I've been on Snotr for a long while but I'm getting sick and tired of these experts on world affairs spouting their crap!
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0 24. heka1980 commented 11 years ago

OH MY.....BEST THING I EVER SEEN.
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-1 25. libertysfallout commented 11 years ago

#(removed comment) When you grow a brain you will learn to read and comprehend information better. I said 50km/h, not 70 mph.
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+2 26. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

#25 You said "the whole US can barely make a hovercraft that goes over 50 km/h."

@#(removed comment) it was pointed out to you that the hovercraft company in the US makes them that go OVER 70MPH which is over 112km/h. ( you see,112km/h is way more than 50km/h ) So it looks like YOU are the one who needs to grow a brain. The comprehension problem seems to be with YOU.
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-4 27. libertysfallout commented 11 years ago

#26 and what you fail to understand is that I wasn't pointing out the fact that the speeds reached by said craft exceed 70mph, I was merely stating that one man has built a craft that is more technologically advanced then the whole of the US can acomplish. The speed has nothing to do with my arguement though I do enjoy taking you neanderthals down a few pegs.
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+1 28. Killerado commented 11 years ago

WOW... is that the ultimate toy?? I sure want it
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+4 29. clark58 commented 10 years ago

#27 you are right, everyone of us in the United States has been working day and night to build a better hovercraft and we just couldn't do it. It was hard to work on the hovercraft and cause all the world's problems at the same time. Now this guy comes along a beats us. Now what should I work on? I guess now ALL Americans can concentrate on screwing up the world.
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+1 30. VTS commented 10 years ago

He ought do his home work before he goes public and makes claims to have invented something he didn't.
i just read the news release at that other website.
"Flying Hovercraft Man Stealing Credit".
The Amercians had already done it and better, though maybe his is just a ( slower) different design.
ps. the Americans still haven't invented a hovercraft which will work in the moon ! ! :-P