Underwater 'flying machine' launched

  peter99co 13:19 15 May 2009

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The creators plan for members of the public take part in "flight school" and fly underwater in the submersible later this year. The cost of going where few have gone before ranges from $5000 (£3300) to $15,000 (£9900).

I think I might start saving up for a go in this.

Mr Hawkes said he is also on a mission to turn his Super Falcon into an "ambassador of the seas."

"We live on a blue planet. Earth is a silly name

  Grey Goo 13:55 15 May 2009

Could call it Gladys I suppose.

  laurie53 21:10 15 May 2009

The water only sits on top of certain parts.

It's still earth underneath!

  bluto1 21:47 15 May 2009

Are we brainstorming here or can anyone join in?

  jack 08:40 16 May 2009

With a spate of recent channel changes I though time to return to see what comes up - nothing new
my end at any rate- but
The wireless cans went somewhere else.
I clicked on Dave- an always weak/elusive station - and saw Catherine Tate - rabbiting on - but the Wireless Cans were talking about Diving, Submarines, is that a ship?- then came a break and 'Discovery' I/D came up - Hmm 'Freeview' does not have Discovery- so switch off TV
The cans however kept right on, Discovery.
Press the search button - still Discovery.
Switched TV back on and still Discovery no matter which station.
Activated scan once more, then silence, clicked to a new station
All back to normal.
What was that all about I wonder,
House next door- in Darkness - Nurse on Nights
The other side does not have digital.
Oh Hum- another electron mystery.

  birdface 11:12 16 May 2009

I hope it has a better guidance system than our nuclear submarines.

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