How A German Rocket-Powered Monstrosity Somehow Predicted The Future

The 1920s were a crazy time. In America, jazz was everywhere, and so was illegal booze. In Japan, the Showa period was just beginning. And in Germany, Reichsmarks were being used as wallpaper and rockets were being strapped to cars. Even if it didn't make sense, everything was permitted. » 7/12/14 1:09pm 7/12/14 1:09pm

The Rocket-Car Man Who Helped Put Us On The Moon

He drove his rocket car 150 mph in the 1920s. He founded the rocketeering society whose members put America on the Moon. He died a rocketeer’s death. His name was Max Valier. This is his story. » 6/23/10 12:00pm 6/23/10 12:00pm