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11:35The Fastest Train Ever Built: The SCMaglev
The Fastest Train Ever Built: The SCMaglevGanger 1,7 mill2 måneder siden
13:42Why You Couldn’t Afford To Fly Concorde
10:55What Happened To Giant Ekranoplans?

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  • 5:19

  • Why can’t they just build bigger maglevs to support more rows?

  • The L-1011 remains one of my all time favorite planes. I went to Navy boot camp in one these planes (TWA). We went through storm while going over the Rockies. She handled it like a champ! I continued to fly her on Delta all the way up to her retirement. I miss seeing these planes on the tarmac at Atlanta.

  • My great grandfather was the chairman of de Havilland(Sir Aubrey Burke) and my grandmother remembered giving him the phone to speak to people at the time of several accidents.

  • I had a model of this plan, in about 1960

  • I really enjoyed your video. I'm the Great Great Great Great Grandson of the Father of the Railways, George Stephenson.

  • Straight to the point, how you make a video lads.

  • Sounds like something the U.S Army would do 😂

  • Never heard about it but seen it. Finally know by Mustard explanation.

  • I wonder if the Russians attempted this project again, how successful would they be? I believe it will be a way different, "ass kicking", aircraft....

  • Invulnerable? Once it was intercepted by Soviet Mig-31 in eastern European border and was close enough to launch missile. 😆

  • If money and politic weren't a problem imagine all those crazy and unfinish project from history which would have seen the light.

  • IMO, one of the main flaws of Concorde (besides cost and environmental impact) was that the developers seem to have ignored that private space is what defines luxury - especially when you're on the go. Which wasn't a novel concept at the time ... just look at, say, Titanic's first class cabins and compare them to its third class ones. The way I see it, for 85% of passengers, a Concorde flight was mostly just about bragging rights and status, not about speed. 930 to 1000 kph is plenty fast if you're "just" going from London or Paris to NYC, so I would rather spend a few hours more in the air if that means I get plenty of room to stretch my legs and don't end up feeling like a sardine in a can when I get to my destination. All that said: I'm glad that I was alive (and travelling by plane) when this beauty still graced the skies. Never flown in one, but I've seen her plenty of times in Paris, Heathrow and NY - and she always stood out like a diamond next to a bucket of lard... ;)

  • You can't say "fastest ever built" if it is not. It tested 603km/h but operates at 500km/h. There is a newer one in China that is just recently commercialized, but is still faster with a operational speed of 600km/h (not the test or design speed).

  • I did not understand this plane before ... Thanks

  • Everybody's gangsta until Mustard started to swearing

  • literally, we have 'thing' at home, meme. Same went for the vast majority of soviet technology.

  • They made Kenji into a real train

  • Flying boats today would have hydrofoils to get up to speed.. should work well

  • The "It all went to SH*T" was so much cooler

  • 12:15 The fact that the years I was born is the end of Concord.

  • 9:10 um hello the entire west coast would love a high speed rail from Seattle to San Diego!

  • I wish all of your NOwine videos made it to Nebula <3

  • It feels like AA was aiming to backrupt Convair from the beginning....

  • The Hindenburg didn't have helium because the US wouldn't sell it to Germany in case Germany started another war! Germans didn't have the expertise or equipment to isolate it.

  • I still think that both the Lockheed L-1011 and the Mc Donell Douglas DC-10 were the target of conspiracy, at all times in order to avoid competition to the adept B-747, even if it were technologically inferior, damn elite of secret societies infiltrated in almost the world

  • at 1:46 did this dude just mount a scope to a flint knock or is that just me?

  • Nobody in the world still uses feet, step up for fuck sake. You are still a century behind when you think you should use feet instead of meters

  • a subway train.

  • 0:57 There was no sole post for a party leader until 1922 when Stalin, not Lenin, was elected as the general secretary of CPSU Central Committee (Commission). In 1920s Stalin's authority was much weaker than in 1930s. His post was considered to be technical and mostly for paper work in order to put Politburo's and Central Committee decisions into practice. As for Lenin he was the most respected member of the party but he was often not supported during voting in Politburo. Later most members of this body headed opposition fractions inside CPSU.

  • Never let politicians get in the way of a great idea.

  • Frankly speaking, not Tu-144 but Tu-144D is the Soviet Concorde. The latter had made freight flights for several years but they decided not to reopen passenger flights after Brezhnev's death. The technical experience was later used to produce Tu-160 bomber.

  • DC-10 you saved our country towns twice over here in AUS . A fire so huge and out of control the towns were deemed unsavable, watching you fly into gullies releasing your loads and climb up and out of places where I'd fear for small aircraft was just beyond belief. No matter what anyone else thinks, says or imagines your OK with me. Absolutely amazing aircraft.

  • "Paranoid Soviet leadership" - oh yeah, that's a funny one too. Those NATO bases surrounding the USSR/Russia were/are nothing to worry about obviously.

  • Oh yeah, and it had a fully automated flight mode...In 1989. No big deal.

  • The Soviets were NEVER in the race to land a human on the Moon! They didn't have to! They sent a drone there, a lunokhod, literally a moon-walker, and saw nothing there.

  • Сколько у нас партнёры cпuздuлu история умалчивает

  • Indian trains keep on shaking whether they go at 50 km per hour or they go at 140 km/160 km per hour. they dont tilt but they shake a lot. You will feel like travelling in a train even after two days have been passed after you get out of the train. Aged people suffer from this the most when they have to travel longer distances like from Delhi to Chennai[2175 km/2206km(longer route),38 to 40 hrs] or much worse, from Jammu to Kanyakumari(3714 km,71 hrs) on a shaky train.

  • Great video. Amazing how it seems like such an important issue in the early 60s and then practicallity slapped us in the face. This is like a micro study on what happened in the 60s when we learned about the impact on the environment, that fuel and exotic metals are not unlimited and that their is a practical limit where the cost to go bigger and better doesn't improve our lives. Fast forward another 30 years and the internet started to make international business travel less necessary. Nobody would have seen that at the time. I wonder what changes will happen 30 years from now that we have no idea about now.

  • Here is japan making a maglev but here in new jersey i dont even have a bullet trainto get to pa or florida where i have family... i mean there is 1 train a day in either direction to where my dad lived and if you missed it that was it but yet it was full most days

  • True, but did it have cup holders?

  • How many wings do you want? Yes

  • Well, The Sukhoi Su-57 is an All-aspect-stealth fighter, designed to be a rival of the Lockheed F-22 Raptor. But the Su-57 can carry somewhere around 2 to 4 drones. They are specially designed for the Su-57. It might sound weird, but it is the flying Aircraft Cruiser.

  • If the Soviet still live on today, we would have more technological advancement thanks to competition between them and EU US. Competition is good. Nowadays we only have the same boring planes because the industry being lazy.

  • People were complaining about the noise? Me:look u in the best invention ever created and all u call about is the noises? Look at the design people!

  • Swap the tip jets with electric motors... Won't need much battery also for 10 minute run

  • What I took away from this: If you want to avoid a fight, don’t land the first blow.

  • Every other NOwine channel:USSR Is little more than a meme.Only good for Soviet memes. Mustard:man,look at this,This is insane!The Soviets made a bomber into a Airliner?respect!

  • The human mind has relentless capabilities to create something... Reality: I'm about to destroy this man's whole career.

  • I love the Concorde

  • Intresting

  • The carrier version looks like something straight out of Command & Conquer. Very cool.

  • Southampton is one word

  • That was a great video

  • And a very nice plane to fly in i flew in one from Aden to England.

    • A nice plane to die in... 426 people including 19 children never made it home.

  • It felt like going backwards when the Concorde was retired.

  • The 2040's: "What happened to electric vehicles?"

  • I would rather ride in the tenth of any type of vehicle. Just to be safe.

  • The Pendleton form the movie “The Finest Hour” was a liberty ship

  • Is a ship is it a plane Soviet union : well yes but actually no

  • 10:22 O come on

  • 7:17 make a video about this pls

    • Can you do a video about the ilyushin il-76

  • Bristol Brabazon: *Exists* Phineas and Ferb: *Are you challenging me?*

  • 0:16 to skip the skillshare? I forgot

  • The most american thing I've ever imagined in the bathroom is to attach a flamethrower tilted downwards under the cannon of a a-10

  • Unfortunately it is now getting heavily delayed because the governor of one of the prefectures the maglev line goes through is not allowing them to construct because he claims the maglev will "remove source water from the river". Japan rail has no choice but to build through there so they will have to negotiate for years and the product will be delayed by years.

  • charters!? what about charters? Thats where concorde actually made the money and it was actually affordable for the middle class. why didnt you mention this massive aspect of concorde?

  • Well if I could fly this I would just turn it into ammunition

  • Odd that Bertini still managed to prove the ground effect was vaible, and yet nobody has bothered with the concept in the last 40 years. Despite being heavy and using materials and engineering from the 60s-70s it flew and the proved the ground effect -- so fast forward to 80s-90s-00s ... 2020... more modern materials (composites / carbon fiber / better and more powerful/efficient engines etc ...); they were concepting fly-by-wire back then and modern designs are calling more and more for it -- seems like a viable tangent to reexplore in the modern era. Hell they've even figured out vertical thrust since then (Harrier / F-35) -- the4 F-35 single lift jet produces 20,000 lbs of thrust so a modern version would either need less vvertical thrust jets or it could easily double the power output with a lighter/more durable frame. Seems catually vaible the more it's thought through with modern tech.

  • Great counterpart of hyperloop

  • Bombing at Perl Harbour was not unprovoked. US cut off Japans oil imports during the war, and despite warnings from Japan if they do that it would be an act of war. There is a transcript from US navy citing that they seen mini subs scout submarines and that the officer that spotted them got the order to ignore and carry on. Theory is that US wanted to be attacked and aggravated Japan so they would have casus belli to invade Japan towards a goal of ruling the planet. Perl Harbour was that. What Nazi Germany wanted US Empire achieved in the 90es. If Russia did disintegrate under covert US operations. US government (and everybody behind it) would be ruling the planet. Imagine Bill Clinton ruling the planet... or George Bush with no opposition. I bet they would declare them selves gods like Roman Emperors.

  • nice plane

  • C_

  • Remember that SCMaglev can be a devil risk, because it's very speed doesn't mean it's safe, When SCMaglev train reach top speed and there's a giant rock fall from the tunnel, it will make the train derail, flying, crashing to wall and rail, it would make people send to heaven sended to heaven

  • Burat haha

  • At this "altitude" I imagine they would encounter one birdstrike after the other.

  • Coast to coast in 2 hours sounds sooooo nice

  • 0BOX LIKE JELLYUIOPLO90' RUSSUA USHYAYA^/!!!_ JAPAN0!000

  • Able to transport passengers from city centers. More efficient, longer range, faster than helicopters and safer than airplanes. What's the downside beside noise? (which could made quieter with modern technology). Elon or Bezos should looks into this

  • 0:43 its because people are stupid and dont even know what a boeing aircraft is