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Pure Energy Systems News
August 30, 2014
It looks like we're getting closer to Directory:Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine of jetpack-type transportation.
For years, Australian helicopter pilot, Chris Mallow, has been working on a motorcycle hovercraft design to travel at 100 mph and reach altitudes of up to 10,000ft. The dream became a reality in December, 2008 with the first prototype. http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/business/2014/08/29/spc-make-create-innovate-hoverbike.cnn.html
He spent his life savings and more than two years in his garage perfecting the futuristic flying machine. He claims his craft, which can be manned or fully automated, is safer and easier to operate than competing designs. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/inventor-designs-star-wars-hoverbikes-4117343
A 1/3-scale hoverbike drone prototype of the futuristic flying machine had its first formal public appearance at the Wings and Wheels airshow in Surrey, UK. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/inventor-designs-star-wars-hoverbikes-4117343
With 28 hours remaining, his Kickstarter campaign has pulled in more than twice it's goal of £30,000. But given all the press it has received, I'm surprised it's not 10x that. Times are hard.
You've got to watch the 3-minute campaign video. It's about the best I've ever seen for density of good content well presented.
: "The objective of this campaign is to kick-start sales of our beautiful 1/3rd scale Hoverbike drone and accessories via your pledges, and to help create a long term income stream that we can use to continue development of the manned Hoverbike."
The perks for donations are pretty amazing, including a 1/3-scale drone for £595, and CAD drawings to 3-D print the drone for £3.
They should talk to Raphial about his stationary-activated parachute design that he came up with for his jetpacks, to help protect passengers of the hoverbike. It deploys without requiring high velocity drop speed typically required of a parachute. I'm sure they would also love to be able to power their hoverbike with his 6" Directory:Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine, too. That would reduce the weight of the craft and increase it's range, while also reducing emissions.
This hoverbike got me thinking, and inspired me to create this new page: Directory:Best Free Energy Applications. Wouldn't it be awesome if you didn't have to stop for fuel because your energy device harvested everywhere-present, inexhaustible energy from the wheelwork of nature! I don't have hoverbike at the top of that list, but it's close to the top. Home power is more of a priority.
Thanks to David Cleveland for bringing the hoverbike to our attention.
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- - - -(The hyperlink is missing because this points to the present page)Latest: Directory:Flight > Directory:Hoverbike by Chris Malloy - Australian helicopter pilot, Chris Mallow, is working on a motorcycle hovercraft design to travel at 100 mph and reach altitudes of up to 10,000ft. A 1/3-scale hoverbike drone prototype of the futuristic flying machine had its first formal public appearance at the Wings and Wheels airshow in Surrey, UK. (PESWiki August 30, 2014)
Is this the world's first 'flying motorcycle'? (Video) - Engineer Chris Malloy has created a hoverbike which could help out in disaster zones in the future. (CNN August 29, 2014)
Hoverbikes Get One Step Closer to Reality - For the past few years one of the major players to watch in the flying care space has been Chris Malloy and his hoverbike project. Now (Smithsonian-Aug 27, 2014)
Inventor designs 'Star Wars' hoverbikes that can reach speeds of 100mph - The futuristic flying machine, which can reach altitudes of up to 10,000ft, has been funded thanks to over £55,000 of donations via Kickstarter (Mirror.co.uk Aug 27, 2014)
Watch A Robot Ride A Hovercycle - Created by Malloy Aeronautics, the Drone 3 hoverbike is a 1/3rd scale model of the version ultimately intended for human pilots and ... (Popular Science-Aug 25, 2014)
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