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Russian Flying Cars to beat Traffic Jams

Posted By admin On June 8, 2010 @ 4:43 am In Sci Tech | Comments Disabled

Russia Today [1]
June 8, 2010

Instead of driving a car to work everyday, why not take a plane? One aircraft construction company in the Moscow region claims to have made it possible. It’s latest creation, the Sigma-5, is small and light enough to be parked and transported like a large car. At the same time, it has enough propulsion to carry about 600 kilos of weight at a speed of nearly 300 kilometres per hour. And, to top it off, it doesn’t need a runway – any flat surface will do. With its novelty look and a price tag comparable to that of a luxury car, it has the potential to become a futuristic alternative to waiting out traffic jams across Europe.

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[1] Russia Today: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2Nm6Ycl6Tk

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[3] Congress Is Less Popular than Cockroaches, Lice, Root Canals, Colonoscopies, Traffic Jams, Used Car Salesmen or Genghis Khan: http://www.prisonplanet.com/congress-is-less-popular-than-cockroaches-lice-root-canals-colonoscopies-traffic-jams-used-car-salesmen-or-genghis-khan.html

[4] Google Cars Drive Themselves, in Traffic: http://www.prisonplanet.com/google-cars-drive-themselves-in-traffic.html

[5] U.S. testing “talking” cars to avoid crashes, congestion: http://www.prisonplanet.com/u-s-testing-talking-cars-to-avoid-crashes-congestion.html

[6] EU plans to fit all cars with speed limiters: http://www.prisonplanet.com/eu-plans-to-fit-all-cars-with-speed-limiters.html

[7] Air Force trains drone pilots by tracking civilian cars in US: http://www.prisonplanet.com/air-force-trains-drone-pilots-by-tracking-civilian-cars-in-us.html

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