The Hush-Kit Book of Warplanes
By Joe Coles (editor)
A brand new illustrated book from the highly acclaimed Hush-kit online magazine.
Saturday, 1 August 2020
Weird fact of the day: British Rail designed an interplanetary flying saucer in 1970
British Rail Flying Saucer (1970)
British Rail, the much missed national rail service, couldn't make a decent sandwich - but that didn't stop them flirting with interplanetary nuclear fusion powered flying saucers. Simply squirt liquid fuel beneath the aircraft, ignite it with a series of lasers, create a nuclear fusion explosion and contain the highly radioactive explosion within a magnetic field. Then you can take 22 people to the moon (probably sustained on terrible sandwiches squeezed from toothbrush tubes). Unsurprisingly this radical patent was seen as a being rather too ambitious, but who knows, perhaps one day science will catch up with the imagination of Charles Osmond Frederick, a 1970s locomotive engineer.
There's going to be lots more weird stuff like this in the book..so order your copy today
No! Not the sandwich myth, well semi-myth! :-)
posted 4th August 2020