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Mr Crow
CompleXion Industries
CompleXion Alliance
Posted - 2010.08.20 13:02:00 - [1]
 

A friend of mine linked this on facebook and it's so Awesome I felt it must be shared.


All I can say is enjoy and I WANT ONE :'(

Clicky


Appologies if this has been shared before but I haven't checked and couldn't honestly care, It's worth watching!

Flap jak
Posted - 2010.08.20 13:28:00 - [2]
 

that looks like a lot of fun! Very Happy

I need to get my boating license soon.

William Walker
Amarr
House Aratus
Fatal Ascension
Posted - 2010.08.20 13:33:00 - [3]
 

Awesome! I want one too! Too bad it's $65k. I wish I could pay in ISK (65,000.00 USD = 7,812,999.80 ISK) :P

Menkaure
Amarr
LEM0N
Posted - 2010.08.20 13:53:00 - [4]
 

Coolest. Thing. Ever.

Also "relatively" cheap!

You'wot
Posted - 2010.08.20 14:20:00 - [5]
 

Hehe cool ...lots of fun until you get a harpoon through the chest.Shocked

Rikeka
Eye of God
Posted - 2010.08.20 14:49:00 - [6]
 

That's no submarine...

Caldari Citizen20090217
Posted - 2010.08.20 15:39:00 - [7]
 

Shark sub needs moar frikken lasers.

Professor Tarantula
Hedion University
Posted - 2010.08.20 18:15:00 - [8]
 

Quote:
the Seabreacher is one such creation. Itís a submersible craft based on the aerodynamics and movements of sharks


I think you mean Hydrodynamics. Rolling Eyes

ceaon
Posted - 2010.08.20 18:37:00 - [9]
 

awesome stuff

if they add lasers will be epic

Lance Fighter
Amarr
Posted - 2010.08.20 19:59:00 - [10]
 

Originally by: Professor Tarantula
Quote:
the Seabreacher is one such creation. Itís a submersible craft based on the aerodynamics and movements of sharks


I think you mean Hydrodynamics. Rolling Eyes

to be fair, aerodynamics and hydrodynamics are exactly the same, the only difference is the thickness of the fluid they are working in. And, that your trying to go down, not up.

stoicfaux
Gallente
Posted - 2010.08.20 20:15:00 - [11]
 

Meh, looks like an overpriced jet ski. Not much of a submersible if it uses an air breathing engine.

OTOH, modding it to look like the Loch Ness monster could instigate an overdue rash of 'Nessie sightings... YARRRR!!


Rikeka
Eye of God
Posted - 2010.08.20 20:20:00 - [12]
 

Originally by: stoicfaux
Meh, looks like an overpriced jet ski. Not much of a submersible if it uses an air breathing engine.

OTOH, modding it to look like the Loch Ness monster could instigate an overdue rash of 'Nessie sightings... YARRRR!!




This. I'm glad to know I'm not the one that noticed that the shark-sky is no sub.

Professor Tarantula
Hedion University
Posted - 2010.08.20 21:09:00 - [13]
 

Originally by: Lance Fighter
think you mean Hydrodynamics. Rolling Eyes

to be fair, aerodynamics and hydrodynamics are exactly the same, the only difference is the thickness of the fluid they are working in. And, that your trying to go down, not up.


But the qualities of the medium being travelled through are exactly what each study, and those qualities are different enough to require seperate fields.

I agree they're similar in ways, but there are two distinct words meant for each.

Culmen
Caldari
Culmenation
Posted - 2010.08.21 01:42:00 - [14]
 

Anybody ever read Titin: Red Rackham's Treasure?

First thing that came to mind.

Rikeka
Eye of God
Posted - 2010.08.21 02:06:00 - [15]
 

Same here.

Lance Fighter
Amarr
Posted - 2010.08.21 06:19:00 - [16]
 

Originally by: Professor Tarantula
Originally by: Lance Fighter
Originally by: Professor Tarantula
think you mean Hydrodynamics. Rolling Eyes

to be fair, aerodynamics and hydrodynamics are exactly the same, the only difference is the thickness of the fluid they are working in. And, that your trying to go down, not up.


But the qualities of the medium being travelled through are exactly what each study, and those qualities are different enough to require seperate fields.

I agree they're similar in ways, but there are two distinct words meant for each.

Oddly, not.
If you believe it - submarines use airfoils to submerge. Honestly, if you substituted our air with something 1000 times as dense, our airplanes might look like submarines instead. Odd how that works.
(of course, we would also have all sorts of trouble breathing, or even moving around, but hey, im not caring about that)

Marko Riva
Posted - 2010.08.21 10:23:00 - [17]
 

Looks like a good way to ruin your back, seeing how you "crash" back on the water. Mind you, it'd be a fun way to do it.

Aloh'ro Tash'var
Caldari
Inner Sphere Industries
Posted - 2010.08.21 12:51:00 - [18]
 

That's one thing I'd love to have! :)

Culmen
Caldari
Culmenation
Posted - 2010.08.22 01:36:00 - [19]
 

Originally by: Lance Fighter
Originally by: Professor Tarantula
Originally by: Lance Fighter
Originally by: Professor Tarantula
think you mean Hydrodynamics. Rolling Eyes

to be fair, aerodynamics and hydrodynamics are exactly the same, the only difference is the thickness of the fluid they are working in. And, that your trying to go down, not up.


But the qualities of the medium being travelled through are exactly what each study, and those qualities are different enough to require seperate fields.

I agree they're similar in ways, but there are two distinct words meant for each.

Oddly, not.
If you believe it - submarines use airfoils to submerge. Honestly, if you substituted our air with something 1000 times as dense, our airplanes might look like submarines instead. Odd how that works.
(of course, we would also have all sorts of trouble breathing, or even moving around, but hey, im not caring about that)


Actually when things start moving at hypersonic velocities in the air, conventional aerodynamics begins to break down. Most engineers actually switch over to hydrodynamic models.

Intense Thinker
Minmatar
Posted - 2010.08.22 01:39:00 - [20]
 

Originally by: Culmen


Actually when things start moving at hypersonic velocities in the air, conventional aerodynamics begins to break down. Most engineers actually switch over to hydrodynamic models.


Hypersonic implies mach 5... not much goes that fast Confused

Suspect Alt
Posted - 2010.08.23 02:18:00 - [21]
 

Need to own one of those!

Also wanted - one of these Jetlev

Cpt Greagor
Caldari
Liquid Relief
Posted - 2010.08.23 05:24:00 - [22]
 

Originally by: Rikeka
That's no submarine...


Agreed, more like a boat that can slide under the surface, still very cool though.


 

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