Have you Ever Wanted to Fly Underwater?
I love technology, and an amazing thing about new discoveries is that they are rarely ever new in principle but may be utterly unique in application. There are very few Einstein’s in the world, but with a little elbow grease and a dream, a clever man can become an Alexander Graham Bell (who by the way stole the key component of the telephone in 1886). Nevertheless, most great applications of scientific discoveries are not the product of one great mind, but instead are often the result of one practical mind that can unify the theories of many others into reality.
Here is an example: the Deep Flight Super Falcon, a veritable underwater jet-propelled airplane (unfortunately, “waterplane” doesn’t have much of a ring to it). These luxyry super-toys have all the makings of a science-fiction fantasy machine that would make Captain Nemo drool, as reported by CNN today.