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A battery-powered airplane

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Panasonic, insistent on proving that its new oxyride batteries have been increased by 120% in terms of efficiency and link for you best levitra prices longevity, decided to prove the batteries' buffness in a logical way -- by powering an airplane with them earlier this summer. 

With our recent obsession with batteries, we stopped our "batteries + anything" Google search long enough to admire the www.privateeryachts.com work of Panasonic and the Tokyo Institute of Technology.  

Hell-bent on showing off the batteries, the Tokyo Institute designed a glider plane that flew -- albeit, briefly -- on 100 of the oxyride batteries. While it's certainly not the "21st Century Wright Brothers" as they're already claiming, we'll certainly salute you with our battery-powered flashlight over our solar-panel charging monitor.
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Captain
written by Jean-Luc Picard, October 02, 2006
I hope these batteries will be avaliable in England soon. Any got an info!
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Good Product
written by bandung, July 23, 2007
Panasonic is working well....
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written by Suricou Raven, September 28, 2007
When discussing the environmental effects of batteries, the first and most important question is this: Can it be recharged?
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written by re: ..., May 14, 2008
i dont know faget

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