The UK is about to commit to the F-35 fighter project, a US-led effort to produce 3,000 aircraft which is set to cost more than £600bn globally.
The initial UK order for 14 F-35Bs will, with support costs added, cost about £2.5bn, we’ve has learned.
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond said the F-35B . . . → Read More: UK to spend £2.5bn on F-35 fighters
One news channel has been granted exclusive access to the headquarters of Comac – China’s answer to Airbus and Boeing. The vast campus forms the heart of China’s attempt to take on the aviation giants.
Comac was only founded five years ago and yet it has already produced one passenger jet and, within a . . . → Read More: China Bets Big On ‘Iron Bird’ Of The Skies
He was Canadian minister of Defense in 1960s, ruling over the country’s armed forces during the time of the Cold War – and when he retired he publicly stated that we are not alone in the universe, and some guests from outer space actually live here, on planet Earth. Is this fantasy? Is someone . . . → Read More: Aliens already walk among us – Former Defense Minister of Canada
The fifth model of Russia’s 5G generation fighter jet, PAK FA T-50, has arrived at the Zhukovsky test range near Moscow, where four other prototypes are being fly-tested. The journey from the developer’s test range in the Komsomolsk-on-Amur in Russia’s Far East was performed in three intermediate stops. Its first-ever flight took place in . . . → Read More: Russia’s 5G stealth jet flies to test center
Here once again we see the BBC being used to push the climate crap where idiots claim scientists say it exists but completely forget to mention the scientists that say it doesn’t. They also forget to mention the last ice-age isn’t actually over which means the earth is still reverting to the . . . → Read More: BBC Question Time Pushing Climate Bull
INDIA launched its first Mars-bound spacecraft today at a cost of £45million – while the UK still gives the country more than six times that figure in aid each year.
The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C25) rocket lifts off carrying India’s Mars spacecraft
The Asian country, which has widespread poverty, has spent more . . . → Read More: India sends a Rocket to Mars after UK gives £280million in aid
The luxury life of Adolf Hitler is laid bare in a new biography that destroys the myth of his frugal ‘man of the people’ facade that he constructed to bind the German masses to his will.
Acclaimed historian Volker Ullrich’s 1,100-page work entitled simply Adolf Hitler accessed archives across Germany to find the paper . . . → Read More: Champagne Socialist: Newly uncovered bills expose Hitler’s grotesque spending on clothes and hotels while exploiting his ‘man of the people’ image to secure power
The largest-discovered fragment of a Russian meteorite, weighing around 570 kilograms, has been lifted from the bed of Lake Chebarkul in the Urals.
The huge meteorite chunk split into three pieces when scientists tried to weigh it. The precise weight could not be established because the heavy object broke the scales.
. . . → Read More: Russian meteorite lifted from lakebed
Does it make you feel old to know that Dyson’s dustbag-free vacuum is 20 this year?
Or that the much-loved Sony Walkman and the world’s first ever laptop, the Epson HX-30, are both over 30 years old?
These are just a few of the gadgets that have made it onto the 100 gadgets of . . . → Read More: The past century’s top 100 inventions that changed our lives (yet most of us take for granted)
Travelling through time may not be the far-fetched science fiction theory it was once thought to be, according to Professor Brian Cox.
Speaking at the British Science Festival, Cox declared to the audience: ‘Can you build a time machine? The answer is yes.’
However, the theory only works when travelling to the future, . . . → Read More: Time travel IS possible but only if you want to go to the future and not come back, says Professor Brian Cox