Who needs a flying car when you could have your own airship?
Google co-founder Sergey Brin is said to be secretly building his own massive blimp-like airship inside of a hangar at the NASA Ames Research Center.
This all is according to a report from Bloomberg, which spoke with four people familiar with the project The dirigible in the making has the metal skeleton, as being crafted in the hanger, that's just 10 minutes down the road from Google's headquarters in California.
The report says, this is not a project related to Google or it's parent company Alphabet, but Brin told Bloomberg in a statement, that he is nothing to say about this topic right now.
This days if you are a tech billionaire your side hobby must involve investing in flying vehicles.
Google's Other Co-founder Larry Page just invested in flying drone boat thing called the Kitty Hawk flyer and he's been investing in other flying car research Maybe his partner Brandon didn't wanna feel left out so he ordered his own air ship like any typical billionaire would do.
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