May 18 - A man wearing a hydrogen and nitrogen-powered jetpack blasts through the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, D.C. Gavino Garay reports.
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The future is here.
A flying man coasts through the atrium of the Ronald Reagan Building.
He's using a hydrogen and nitrogen-powered jetpack.
Smithsonian Magaine sponsored the event, which is part of a three day festival celebrating the future. They say that a federal clearance was required to fly the jetpack, just blocks from the White House.
It's powered by a non-flammable and non-explosive mix of hydrogen peroxide and nitrogen that produce high-temperature and high pressure steam.
No word on what the price tag on something like that might be...
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