November 29, 2010

One Way Transparent Aluminium

While browsing through some of the thousands of awesome airline pics available out there I stumbled upon this one. A windowless Boeing 777. While I didn't see any interior I will have to assume that based on the lack of visible windows they must be made out of one way transparent aluminium. I first heard of this substance back in the 90's (I was too young to see the original premiere) while watching Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Scotty traded the formula for plexiglass to save humpback whales. While I know that was  science fiction, many of the technologies from Star Trek end up as the jumping off point for scientists. It appears Boeing may have had some success in this allowing for a very sleek looking aircraft. Thumbs up Boeing this looks great! 

Picture from: Drewski2112

9 comments:

  1. wow! you are really stupid...i've just read through your material and you have no knowledge of the airline industry whatsoever. Quit wasting your time putting this nonsense up on the net...FYI, reason it has no windows is because it's a 777F

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  2. HAHA! I think someone missed the whole point of this blog. No duh all the info is wrong and it is a B777F. It is called humor :)

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  3. Anonymous,
    You are a dbag. a retarded dbag at that.

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  4. Haha. Suuuuure :). At least I am not an anonymous dbag (if you were talking to me.)

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  5. LOL, I enjoy your blog. Good stuff

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  6. It was addressed to Anonymous, who just so happens to be the first commenter. If any of you want to show your geekyness, guess this plane: http://i54.tinypic.com/f9qhs7.png

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  7. "Anonymous said... guess this plane: http://i54.tinypic.com/f9qhs7.png"

    A310?

    Anybody else have a guess or the right answer?

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  8. you were surprisingly close, in fact I didn't even check the 310 before posting, but there is a little difference. B757.

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  9. Hey Bitch, you see, that's a Boeing 777F, not a PAX plane.

    Oh, I forgot, you don't know2 anything about aviation, the term PAX means Passenger.

    Now, will you SHUT UP AND CLOSE THIS F******* BLOG?

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