MIT ENGINEERS CREATE SILENT, FUTURISTIC AIRCRAFT POWERED BY IONIC WIND

MIT engineers have created the first aircraft that is capable of flying despite not having any moving parts. Rather than using fossil fuels, the new aircraft is powered by ionic wind, according to the institute, which says the vehicle is completely silent and lightweight. Unlike planes and drones, this aircraft doesn’t produce any emissions. Modern planes feature propellers, fans, and … Continue reading

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