Later when i start gathering info about it i found very intresting things like -Assignment : Create a Global Business!
Student teams will develop a global business strategy based on the sale of a product or service. The team will be required to write a strategic plan for 3 years. The strategic plan will contain:
• A mission and vision statement for the corporation
• An organizational structure
• A set of business assumptions
• A global marketing, manufacturing, materials, procurement, finance and human
• Specific implementation strategies
2) Moller's SkycarI'm not so sure about this one.. If the vehicle really was 3 - 4 meters high (which is about 9 - 12 feet), and doing 80 knots, I would think that it would plow straight into the trees. If it were heading the other direction I don't think it could have gotten to 80 knots in what appears to be about 15 feet (5 meters) from the tree line, if accelerating from a dead stop. There's also the question of momentum involved. That picture seems to indicate the area where the car is located is surrounded on 3 sides by trees / foliage. I'd think the car would have slammed into the trees shortly (within a second or two) after the photo was snapped.
My guess is either the car is on some kind of elevated display (perhaps the supports were narrow enough that the satellite photo didn't capture shadows from them), or it could be a hoax - you know, put something black on the ground at a believable distance / angle from the car so that it -appears- that the car is casting a shadow from about 9 feet up.
>>Flying car in Google Earth -
I think it is two cars, one white and a black one.. but if we look another cars at the parking we can see that each car has it's own shadows but these two cars don't and gives some kind of illusion of white flying car with black shadow...
>>Moller's Skycar -
Once I saw one documentry film of flying cars in Discovery channel, but i never searched it on net. today when i did some googling i found it very intresting thing and now these Moller guys are even selling flying cars... great... i wish that one day i will fly my own flying car... Rajesh kumar Rana