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Dieselpunk/Atompunk Economics?
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I am throwing out an idea for a new economic order based on an idea that arose out of the Spanish Civil War (the "diesel punk" part).   This is the notion of merging the best of capitalism and…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Cap'n Tony Aug 18, 2014.

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As I stated in the "culture" section.   I personally think this is a very successful foray into Dieselpunk.  It is story and character driven and does not glorify technology, far from it.Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Twizard Nov 1, 2010.


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At 12:49pm on February 4, 2012, frank anthony rainone III said…

Mush appreciated. Thanx "FRIEND"  AND i GOT TO THINKING; WERE THE ENGINES ON THE mITCHELL- B25 P&W or were they Wright/Cyclones?

At 4:45pm on February 1, 2012, frank anthony rainone III said…

Just wanted to say hello to you Twizard and thanks for the informative comments on Japanese Fighter Plane Differences and the such!  When I was going to GRAD sCHOOL, Sarasota Fl' My beach hut was right in line with Sarasota Airport.  During the Military Aviation Shows at least once a year A Mitchell B-25 would fly directly over my place.  We"re talking flat land here so because of the volumn of those Pratt&Whitneys(?) I had plenty of time to get a long full look at its approach at about 700ft.  Talk about Double AA fuel dragsters filling the sky. WOW. You mentioned your interesting dad in ur last communique. My father flew '29's out of the Marriannas out over Tokyo for Curtis Lemay.  After war the G.I> Bill put him and his Co-pilot through Dental School in Houston and they later practiced together for 42 yrs!   So long for Now! Frank

At 2:16pm on January 18, 2012, frank anthony rainone III said…

Wow, thanks for the heads up!  You really know your stuff.  I'm in a rush right now, I'll have to  get back to you,if you have time, to ask you a few more questions on aerial combat.  I do remember though, that the Japanese sent aeronautical engineers to Germany to study the making of their fighters, which you also touched on with your comments to me. Also thank you for posting Not MY Time To Die. Fantastic!!  We were Lucky to win that war.         Frank

At 4:54pm on January 10, 2012, frank anthony rainone III said…

Great video and P-40 training films.Nothing like a Warhawk outgunning and outflying a Zero. The Chinese should be Forever grateful to us for running  those Nips out of China!!!  Thanks Twizard.

At 9:20pm on January 5, 2012, Joe May said…

>Unfortunately almost nobody around here knows what dieslepunk or even steampunk is!

Let's see what we can do to change that.

At 8:17pm on January 4, 2012, Joe May said…

Hey, North Olmsted - that's close!

At 11:07am on September 10, 2011, Tome Wilson said…
Of course, and thank you for helping us forge a strong foundation for Dieselpunks.
At 8:44pm on September 1, 2010, Tome Wilson said…
Hi Timothy, and welcome to Dieselpunks.

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