Ok, On a bit more serious note, Where does the pronounced and rather sharp shadow [assumably belonging to the assumable car] comes from in the middle of a night city?
My kind regards, Slavek. Jerry Decker - KN wrote: > > Hola Folks! > > If you've not yet seen this photo, do check it out. Looks more like an > 'accident in progress' but several shots in sequence would show the > truth of it. I tend more towards the accident theory than a flying car. > > http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/01/23/flying_car/ > > 01/25/06 - Google Earth catches flying car > > (Could just be a car wreck in progress, need sequential photos of the > entire process. - JWD) > > According to our Oz photo interpretation bureau (Clinton Bird), the > vehicle in question is at an altitude of three of four metres and doing > about 80 knots (92mph). > > Which rules out a rocket-powered project, and we can see no evidence of > the Wankel-powered turbofan outrigger engines favoured by the Moller > Corporation. > > Which leaves just one possible explantion: the Aussies have developed a > gravity-busting hyperdrive, have bolted it into a second-hand Holden, > and are seen here in the split second before their X-Motor made the > transdimensional leap to hyper light speed. > > For those of you still doing it by hand, try Honour Avenue, Point > Walter, Perth. > -- > Jerry Decker - http://www.keelynet.com > Donations to support KeelyNet: http://www.keelynet.com/donate1.htm > Public Archive http://www.escribe.com/science/keelynet > Order out of Chaos - From an Art to a Science