Tuesday, November 8, 2011

OSINT* turns up the darnedest things.

Today's unusual find comes from a materials manufacturer in Tula, Russia.

The product is license (new nanotechnology) and advanced material. This new material (plates of special matter) can be used to provide active (non-reactive) propulsion method due to different air pressure acting to plate of AF-material from different sides of the plate. The new material named Active Force Material. This method does not require any power input.
Tula's prior claim to fame has been as the home and burial place of Leo Tolstoy.  And somewhat   less well known, also as the character we called Tula in Linda's memoir.

*OSINT = Open Source Intelligence)

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