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The F4D Skyray (later classified F6A in 1962) Navy carrier fighter was produced by Douglas Aircraft. A most beautiful plane, the Skyray was named because of it's huge delta wings resembled a manta ray.
F4D was nicknamed the "Ford" due to its "eff-four-dee" designation.
[[http://www.efoy.com/en/|Smart Fuel Cell]] has the distinction of winning top spots in the U.S. Department of Defense’s first Wearable Power Competition October 2008. SFC took both first and third place, with the M-25 Portable Fuel Cell, which it co-developed with DuPont, taking first, and The Jenny coming in at No. 3.
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The use of the ocean tides for energy is not new. In 620 AD in Northern Ireland at the Nendrum Monastery Mill a tidal mill was built. It used a millpond that was filled with seawater at high tide, which was released through a sluice and fed along a channel to the mill's horizontal wheel as the tide receded.
Beginning in 2002 and through several rotor changes Verdant Power has now retrofitted two of its tidal turbines with 5th-Generation rotors and successfully re-installed the units in the East River. The two grid-connected 35kWe turbines are now delivering clean renewable energy from the tides of the
I noticed a few items about the following Honda machine press release article.
“Yes, my friends, I believe that water will one day be employed as fuel, that hydrogen and oxygen which constitute it, used singly or together, will furnish an inexhaustible source of heat and light…”
1875 Jules Verne in The Mysterious Island