Sunday, December 21, 2014

The secret engine technology that made the SR-71 the fastest plane ever

On December 17, 1903, the Wright brothers flew the first airplane ever at 6.8 mph (10.9 km/h). Only 61 years and five days later, the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird took off. It's still the world's fastest airplane with a speed of 2,193 mph (3,530 km/h.) This fascinating video reveals how its top secret engine technology works.
The secret engine technology that made the SR-71 the fastest plane ever

This Alien technology came from the Second World War. Less than 40 years after the Wright brothers monkeyed around with the "first" flying machine. That's so funny (the first flying machine). Flying machines have alway been in the skies of Earth all the way back to Adam and Eve. Oh that's funny too! Many people believe the "literal" version of Adam and Eve, but fall off their chairs in hysterical laughter when someone mentions seeing a UFO.  Don't tell me this world isn't backwards. LOL

For those people who don't remember being around during the Second World War, here is a snippet of life back then. It was a mixture of horse and buggy and supersonic aircraft. Soldiers hauled military equipment using asses (donkeys) on most military campaigns. Much of Europe was still living in the Dark Ages, literally (without electricity). Hitler turned a medieval country (Germany) into a superpower practically overnight, and nearly conquered the world. Hint, he had extraterrestrial connections. Oh get up off the floor and stop laughing hysterically you so-called intellectual crowd and show some decorum....
  

Lou Baldin




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The secret engine technology that made the SR-71 the fastest plane ever

A ground test of the Pratt & Whitney J58 engine's afterburner at full power.
It's truly amazing that only 61 years and five days separate this
The secret engine technology that made the SR-71 the fastest plane ever
from this:
The secret engine technology that made the SR-71 the fastest plane ever
And it's even more unbelievable that we haven't been able to top that 51 years later (it will be exactly 51 years tomorrow—the first flight occurred on December 22, 1963.) Absolutely incredible.

"Only 61 years and 5 days later..."
Equally amazing is that Orville Wright lived to fly a large four-engine transport, a Lockheed Constellation, in 1944. Shortly before he died in 1948, Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in the Bell X-1. Truly an amazing life.
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