Ooooh. Wired Danger Room has some neat, recently declassified schematics of a "flying saucer" that the Air Force wanted to build (but didn't) in the 1960s. Also included: Video showing why the proposal probably never made it to reality (Warning: Video contains a bad techno soundtrack!).

4 Responses to “Check out this sweet flying saucer”

  1. Daemonworks says:

    I notice it’s built by avro – the company responsible for the most advanced jet of the day, the Avro Aero, made here in Canada, until it got scrapped due to pressure from the US because they were jealous.

  2. Boundegar says:

    Probably never made it to reality.  That’s what they want you to think.

    EDIT: Forgot to add, “Wake up sheeple!”

  3. Nicky G says:

    First off, these schematics may be new, but the Avro flying discs have been known about for years.

    Second, that is not bad techno. It is bad trance. World of difference.

    • niktemadur says:

      Not bad techno. Bad trance. World of difference.

      LOL. But it’s the dreaded “sonic watermark” nonetheless, which some people INSIST on putting on them darned videos.

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