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No flying cars yet, but the jetpack is almost here

Molly Wood Dec 10, 2013
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If there is one vehicular tech promise that has captured our imagination for decades but never quite been delivered, it’s the jetpack. From Jules Verne to James Bond in “Thunderball” to “The Rocketeer,” we’ve pretended these things are just around the corner for a very long time. But for some reason, we don’t have them yet. Well, not quite yet. The BBC’s Jack Stewart headed to New Zealand recently to look at a company which hopes to again kindle our interest and bring us closer to our dreams with something called a Martin Jetpack

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