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  • Posted on juillet 30, 2015 at 14:58

Interessant… Muriel Toulet July 30, 2015 at 11:59AM

Que dire…

  • Posted on juillet 29, 2015 at 23:31

Que dire… Muriel Toulet July 29, 2015 at 11:26PM

Liked on YouTube: Des arbres fruitiers gratuits

  • Posted on juillet 28, 2015 at 12:28

Des arbres fruitiers gratuits
En plus d’une vision rapide de mes potagers, découvrez comment avoir de supers arbres fruitiers gratuitement.
infos sur la formation permaculture :
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L’ONU « préoccupée » par la loi sur le renseignement et celle sur le terrorisme

  • Posted on juillet 27, 2015 at 17:32

L’ONU « préoccupée » par la loi sur le renseignement et celle sur le terrorisme Muriel Toulet July 27, 2015 at 05:27PM

Liked on YouTube: Vertical Video Syndrome – A PSA

  • Posted on juillet 27, 2015 at 17:26

Vertical Video Syndrome – A PSA
Mario and Fafa talk about a very serious problem.
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Belle mini maison francaise… Pour ceux et celle qui ne veulent pas d’un credit sur 20 ans pour leur maison…

  • Posted on juillet 27, 2015 at 16:28

Belle mini maison francaise… Pour ceux et celle qui ne veulent pas d’un credit sur 20 ans pour leur maison… Muriel Toulet July 27, 2015 at 04:24PM

Liked on YouTube: made in mon pays #PJLRenseignement

  • Posted on juillet 26, 2015 at 15:00

made in mon pays #PJLRenseignement
Une petite dernière pour la route avant le vote de demain
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Liked on YouTube: The Future of Flight

  • Posted on juillet 24, 2015 at 0:33

The Future of Flight
Planes will change a lot in the next 50 years. This is look at the developments in airplane technology that are likely in the future of aviation.

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These are the technological developments that will allow us to move ourselves and our cargo cheaper, greener, and faster, through the air, going forward. This is the future of flight.

With the first all-electric twin-engine, self-powered plane successfully crossing the English Channel this month, and the ongoing effort of the

Solar Impulse team to become the first completely solar-powered aircraft to fly around the world, the amount of innovation targeting the aviation industry is eye-opening.

Within the next year, unmanned, solar-powered drones like the Silent Falcon will hit the commercial UAV market.

The Joby Aviation S2 electric is a proposed Vertical Takeoff and Landing aircraft that could be five times as efficient as a conventional personal airplane.

Airbus’ two passenger version of the E-Fan will use on-board lithium batteries to power two electric engines.

The Aeroscraft ML868 could lead a comeback of giant airships. The 770 foot-long behemoth can carry 200 tons with cargo bays larger than any current air, truck or rail transport vehicle.

Aerion’s AS2 is the first supersonic commercial jet since the Concorde. It will fly at a speed of Mach 1.6. Laminar flow technology and better wing design will reduce drag by 20%.

By the middle of the 2020’s we’ll likely see solar powered drones delivering broadband to millions for a fraction of the cost of traditional satellites.

Building on the concept of drones and autonomous flying technology, fully-automated planes will take to the skies to revolutionize not just the air cargo delivery industry, but possibly personal air travel as well, much like what’s happening today with driverless cars.

By 2030, plant-based fuels should account for 30% or more of an airlines’ fuel consumption.

Airbus’ hybrid commercial airliner will emit barely any emissions or noise on takeoff and landing thanks to lithium-air batteries.

Boeing and NASA could team to launch a hybrid commercial airliner called SUGAR for Subsonic Ultra-Green, Aircraft Research, which uses two-thirds less fuel than an equivalent sized aircraft from 2015.

Traveling 10% slower, but using 70% less fuel than today’s Boeing 737, the D8 Series Double Bubble’s fuselage will provide 20% of its lift.

By 2040, we could see the world’s first hydrogen powered commercial flight. The hydrogen would be cryogenically frozen.

EAD’s Zero Emission High Supersonic Transport passenger jet, running on biofuel, could cut the more than 6,000 mile flight from Paris to Tokyo to just 2:30 minutes.

Like a fighter jet on an aircraft carrier, commercial planes could be catapulted into the air, reducing the length of runways by one-third.

As if they were a flock of migrating birds, more intelligent systems could allow aircraft on the same routes to self-organize into a flying patter, reducing wind drag and saving fuel.

Six hydrogen engines, a rear engine that doubles as a wind turbine, and solar panels on its roof and wings will propel the zero-emission Progress Eagle, a triple-decker, 800-passenger airplane concept that we could see in production by 2070.
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Le repas d’hier soir….

  • Posted on juillet 22, 2015 at 21:22

Le repas d’hier soir…. Muriel Toulet July 22, 2015 at 09:10PM

Enfin dans le train après 300km et une panne d’essence à 4km de la gare

  • Posted on juillet 20, 2015 at 21:59

Enfin dans le train après 300km et une panne d’essence à 4km de la gare Muriel Toulet July 20, 2015 at 09:54PM