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11:35The Fastest Train Ever Built: The SCMaglev
13:42Why You Couldn’t Afford To Fly Concorde
10:55What Happened To Giant Ekranoplans?

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  • Me dijeron pobre y volé

  • the soviets were hilariously resourceful and creative. nothing could ever get close the shit they’ve come up with

  • Reminds me of the LUN, another type of ground effect ship. The Caspian Sea Monster was similar as well.

  • I remember reading a list of 100 technical reasons why high speed rail doesnt work in america and a lot of them can be overcome except one: population density and commercial density. High speed rail is better but that also implies needing more passengers per day to sustain ticket sales. Although some cities can sustain this, they are not right next to another city that needs it. Also there are not enough commercial destinations for people. In eurasia high speed rails are built in and around zones where businesses are small street corner stores and workers fill the offices above. They have overlapping layers of zoning. In american cities most storefronts have apartments over them, meaning business traffic is automatically cut in half. More importantly businesses build large complxes on open land in an industrial or commercial zone of the city, which has no small businesses around it. This mismarriage precludes having enoug destination density to entice the population to travel, even with sufficient population density.

  • The boring bridge ordinarily place because veil aesthetically gather out a ugliest farm. vague, organic transaction

  • I like how the visuals are like drawn on paper and then given life.

  • I like how they didn’t use the penis shape craft like Bezos favored. It looks less perverted.

  • Inspiration for the Alicorn in Ace Combat 7?

  • Far more efficient…. That right there is why it didn’t happen… can’t have an efficient aircraft when there oil to be sold.🤦🏼

  • It was a beautiful looking plane. I flew (in) it in 1977. Airline manufacturing is highly competitive and cutthroat business. Rival manufacturers to this day are quick to stoke negative publicity to their competitors through the media. Be skeptical about anything you read, see and hear.

  • The USSR was the greatest country in human history

  • “... Flying aircraft carrier” Marvel: “WRITE THAT DOWN, WRITE THAT DOWN!”

  • Bro maglev was designed by China

  • I don't know anything about 3d modeling but I'm continuously impressed by yours.

  • Yah who da fuck needs wheels when we got rockets

  • just how.... how you make those beautiful life like 3D models

  • At the very least zoom the tu 144 kept the droop snoot

  • Plenty of air foils though... 😒

  • The Americans air launched also the space shuttle

  • Wait the Americans had that too

  • can you guys do a video on the Bv 238 please

  • looks like from space but used to be hunt submarine on water

  • What if one of the crew members had to go to the toilet or needed to sleep?

  • @ air force, helicarrier when?

  • But they have made a rocket booster better than u guys can ever imagine.... superb

  • 2:30 oh it's a lego

  • I flew 2 times in Concorde at my teen times…. Edit : I flew at British airways Concorde

  • Soviet idea of success is something that fails completely, after they pronounce how good it is.

  • SSV Normandy! Lol

  • I just got rid of my long term Herpes disease. I’ve been diagnosed with the Herpes disease for 3 years, but I was recently cured from it completely!. With the help of Dr IGUDIA on SElists with his herbal medicine I’m so excited. There’s truly a cure to Herpes Virus. You all can also contact him for help on any kind of disease on his SElists channel

  • still poor radio the disastrous difference between japan and west

  • ok

  • What an imposing stance when looked from the front - the enemy platoon along with commander would give up merely upon seeing a giant wild cat with paws in a hunting demeanor approach speeding towards them with two tonnes of weaponry waiting to catch you with your pants out, flying so low that the ten turbojets sounds would add up as the perfect horror background score to this giant - if that is not an insanely batshit craziest and yet the most stunning of Soviet engineering feat ever - I don't know what else is. And to know the fact that they are yet to declassify most of the pre-cold war era operations, projects and feats - Soviets were the mightiest - their influence over the technological world is still very much active. Mother Russia - you eternal beauty!

  • If you've seen Titan AE, now you know where they got the idea for the Phoenix.

  • >be Mustard >make store >call it Mustard Store in video when thanking the ad >be me >go to store >Mustard doesn’t sell Mustard [Alt-R] wtf guys

  • Because it goes to quick?

  • Incredible. I had a cloud cloaked ship visit me a few months ago in the sky that looked exactly like that. I never could draw or describe it to show anyone .. and I could find no book or movie with any similar depiction of spaceships. And I told myself ... be patient .. it will make sense one day. . And today I know this . This is ET technology passed to humans 50 years ago . I met the crew off this ship .

  • Sexiest thing that ever flew

  • I mean, the Americans citing the ozone layer/environmental concerns to complain against the Concorde is just....embarrassing really :))

  • Sooo, *puts on tin foil hat* the Americans bombed the WTC Twin Towers to definitively kill off the Concorde? that seems a bit excessive

  • Almost certainly the most beautiful jet liner, though 😍

  • Not the fastest now, China has one that can operate at 600km per hour, which is a bit slower than its test speed but is faster than its operational speed at 500km per hour.

  • They don't provide a safety system to protect this fancy plane landing w/o pilot.

  • Communism is an evil ideology, too far from truth !

  • I don't know what plane it was (obviously not this one) but I heard a story one time about concorde on one of its transatlantic flights. Concorde flew at about mach 2 and flew so high that they had to ask a US spy plane to either speed up or get out of the way because it was in concorde's flight path.

  • Doesn't look smooth

  • I would like to advise the channel's author to cover more widely the innovations and shortcomings of the technology about which he is making a video. for example, the second stage of the rocket used liquid hydrogen and oxygen as fuel, which is a rarity even today. also, the energy could maintain a controlled flight even if one of the engines failed

  • Creative Society

  • With modern meta materials, this would now be viable.

  • It does it have a snoop droop?

  • Think a carrier like that would work as a stealth plane?

  • 6:57 chibi-plane! 💕

  • In level flight, there is no 'Lift' , none that I can 'figure' , the cylindrical wing is symmetrical 360 degrees, any lift built into it would oppose itself in all directions. shrugs ... right ? Or..?

  • Usa never had supersonic commercial flight 😭😂🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕

  • What's matter usa never had a Concorde 🖕🤠😂😭

  • Herka derka, took them nearly a century to realize they could redirect the air on a level aircraft for a vertical takeoff.

  • This is going to be used on different planets not just on earth

  • Congratulations for getting 10 million views! Keep up the good work Mr Mustard!

  • Awesome video!

  • What is the fuselage width of the de havilland comet?

  • 1:37 👎🏼 spreading polarizing ideas

  • Wonder why engineers were so productive and creative in the 60's and 70's and what happened to modern day engineers

  • The new Wingman drone would work with this. It's feasible.

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  • After watching a few Mustard videos: Ah, but what if the New Concorde travels supersonic across sea utilizing the ground effect?

  • During WW2 Japan did use planes launched from Submerins to fly over Sydney ,Melbourne ,Tasmania ,New Zealand,Sanfransico ,etc🇭🇲

  • After watching every single episode of "Mayday" I am not that worried about the planes, be it Boeing or Airbus, most crashes occur due to bad pilots, underfunded airline companies and the mechanical woes this impacts, not the planes themselves. (There are of course exceptions) I fly Ryanair myself pretty often and it´s never the plane I am worried about, it´s always in my mind that I do fly for pennies with my fingers crossed. They seem to have a decent record though, hoping it stays that way.

  • the reason it wasn't continued is because it just doesn't work~

  • 4:05 I was on rickroll high alert

  • Keep up the good work

  • The amount of work you put in these videos is insane. 3D rendering is great, explanations are clear and on point, reasearch has obviously been done. That's impressive and very enjoyable. Thank you again.

  • Im grateful for this channel, I'm learning about aircraft that I never heard of.

  • Them animations tho...

  • that's rad.

  • But I suppose it would now be the a380 as BAC are part of airbus

  • That looks like a subnautica vehicle lol