When I was a teenager, my Physics teacher at school told us about his GCSE
metalwork project. Apparently he built a pulse jet engine as found on the
V1 flying bombs. IIRC this was strapped down onto a pram chassis. He said
lighting involved a group of pupils with blowlamps and when it did get
running, it shot out across the school playing field, somersaulted and
burst into flames.
Sounds like great fun but I can't imagine the lawyers allowing like this
At 13:49 24/06/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>They were still testing V1s in '52, weren't they? I wish that I
>could remember when Operation Bumble Bee shut down.
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