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January 11, 2010

Cannot get it

devadutta @ 7:57 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1263239822 ) Play

What connects

1 is a Hot Wheels car

Cracked By: krudebox , Aditya , shenoyvarun86 , shrik , Dibyo , achyuth , Gurupad , varuns88 , sidsen , madhur , Raghuvansh , Chinmaya U.Holla , Rogi , Kaushik Saha , RahulN , PrK , Jean Valjean and Ps

Answer:

Unobtainium

Quoting RahulN for details

1. Hot Wheels Toy of the name

2. SR 71 blackbird where Un-ob was a dysphemism for Titanium

3. Oakley which has registered the name for a rubber compound

4. Compound mined on Pandora in Avatar


27 Responses to “Cannot get it”

  1. Raghuvansh
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    Unobtainium.


  2. krudebox
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    Unobtainium.
    Hot Wheels, Lockheed’s Blackbird and Oakley all have used this term along with Avatar of course.


  3. 1. Hot Wheels car is Unobtinium
    2. Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. The word unobtaninium was used in place of titanium during development
    3. M-frame Sweep Black Iridium (from Oakley). Unobtainium has been used in the nose and ear grips of the sunglasses to increase grip when wet during perspiration.
    4. The humans mine of Unobtainium on Pandora for solving the energy crisis on Earth.
    LOL at the title of the post, and what a fantastic question!


  4. Unobtainium


  5. Chinmaya U.Holla
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    Unobtanium


  6. Rogi
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    Unobtainium
    Good question.


  7. Kaushik Saha

    unobtainium, a portmanteau derived from unobtainable + -ium

    Unobtainium is also the name of and a Hot Wheels toy by Mattel

    Unobtainium is also used for materials that are practical and really exist, but are difficult to get. For example, during the development and service period of the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, engineers working for Lockheed Corporation at the Skunk Works used the term unobtainium as a dysphemism for titanium (the plane is Lockheed Blackbird)

    Oakley, Inc.(the sunglass) has registered Unobtainium as a US trademark in connection with a hydrophilic rubber compound that has increased grip when wet with perspiration.They have used the term in connection with the nose-pieces and ear-stems of their sunglasses since 1987 and for watches since 2002

    A mineral actually called “unobtainium” in the film Avatar. (pic 4)


  8. Kaushik Saha

    unobtainium, a portmanteau derived from unobtainable + -ium

    Unobtainium is also the name of and a Hot Wheels toy by Mattel

    Unobtainium is also used for materials that are practical and really exist, but are difficult to get. For example, during the development and service period of the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, engineers working for Lockheed Corporation at the Skunk Works used the term unobtainium as a dysphemism for titanium (the plane is Lockheed Blackbird)

    Oakley, Inc.(the sunglass) has registered Unobtainium as a US trademark in connection with a hydrophilic rubber compound that has increased grip when wet with perspiration.They have used the term in connection with the nose-pieces and ear-stems of their sunglasses since 1987 and for watches since 2002

    A mineral actually called \


  9. Kaushik Saha

    unobtainium, a portmanteau derived from unobtainable + -ium

    Unobtainium is also the name of and a Hot Wheels toy by Mattel

    Unobtainium is also used for materials that are practical and really exist, but are difficult to get. For example, during the development and service period of the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, engineers working for Lockheed Corporation at the Skunk Works used the term unobtainium as a dysphemism for titanium (the plane is Lockheed Blackbird)

    Oakley, Inc.(the sunglass) has registered Unobtainium as a US trademark in connection with a hydrophilic rubber compound that has increased grip when wet with perspiration.They have used the term in connection with the nose-pieces and ear-stems of their sunglasses since 1987 and for watches since 2002

    A mineral actually called \\


  10. Kaushik Saha

    unobtainium, a portmanteau derived from unobtainable + -ium

    Unobtainium is also the name of and a Hot Wheels toy by Mattel

    Unobtainium is also used for materials that are practical and really exist, but are difficult to get. For example, during the development and service period of the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, engineers working for Lockheed Corporation at the Skunk Works used the term unobtainium as a dysphemism for titanium (the plane is Lockheed Blackbird)

    Oakley, Inc.(the sunglass) has registered Unobtainium as a US trademark in connection with a hydrophilic rubber compound that has increased grip when wet with perspiration.They have used the term in connection with the nose-pieces and ear-stems of their sunglasses since 1987 and for watches since 2002

    A mineral actually called \\\\


  11. Kaushik Saha

    unobtainium, a portmanteau derived from unobtainable + -ium

    Unobtainium is also the name of and a Hot Wheels toy by Mattel

    Unobtainium is also used for materials that are practical and really exist, but are difficult to get. For example, during the development and service period of the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, engineers working for Lockheed Corporation at the Skunk Works used the term unobtainium as a dysphemism for titanium (the plane is Lockheed Blackbird)

    Oakley, Inc.(the sunglass) has registered Unobtainium as a US trademark in connection with a hydrophilic rubber compound that has increased grip when wet with perspiration.They have used the term in connection with the nose-pieces and ear-stems of their sunglasses since 1987 and for watches since 2002

    A mineral actually called \\\\\\\\


  12. Kaushik Saha

    unobtainium, a portmanteau derived from unobtainable + -ium

    Unobtainium is also the name of and a Hot Wheels toy by Mattel

    Unobtainium is also used for materials that are practical and really exist, but are difficult to get. For example, during the development and service period of the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, engineers working for Lockheed Corporation at the Skunk Works used the term unobtainium as a dysphemism for titanium (the plane is Lockheed Blackbird)

    Oakley, Inc.(the sunglass) has registered Unobtainium as a US trademark in connection with a hydrophilic rubber compound that has increased grip when wet with perspiration.They have used the term in connection with the nose-pieces and ear-stems of their sunglasses since 1987 and for watches since 2002

    A mineral actually called \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\


  13. Kaushik Saha

    unobtainium, a portmanteau derived from unobtainable + -ium

    Unobtainium is also the name of and a Hot Wheels toy by Mattel

    Unobtainium is also used for materials that are practical and really exist, but are difficult to get. For example, during the development and service period of the SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, engineers working for Lockheed Corporation at the Skunk Works used the term unobtainium as a dysphemism for titanium (the plane is Lockheed Blackbird)

    Oakley, Inc.(the sunglass) has registered Unobtainium as a US trademark in connection with a hydrophilic rubber compound that has increased grip when wet with perspiration.They have used the term in connection with the nose-pieces and ear-stems of their sunglasses since 1987 and for watches since 2002

    A mineral actually called \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\


  14. shrik
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    Super question.

    Name of the HotWheels car, used in the development of the SR-71, a trademarked synthetic rubber used in Oakleys, and cause of much settler strife in Pandora.

    Unobtainium.


  15. Dibyo
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    unobtanium


  16. Unobtainium


  17. malcaluffin

    3D effect


  18. RahulN

    Unobtanium!!

    1. Hot Wheels Toy of the name

    2. SR 71 blackbird where Un-ob was a dysphemism for Titanium

    3. Oakley which has registered the name for a rubber compound

    4. Compound mined on Pandora in Avatar


  19. unobtainium


  20. PrK

    unobtainium


  21. varuns88
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    Unobtainium


  22. Logik
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    products by mattel?

    hot wheels,
    avatar action figures.


  23. sidsen
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    unobtanium. i was just setting this question last night.


  24. madhur
    1

    Unobtainium


  25. Unobtanium.

    :)


  26. Ps

    Unobtainium

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unobtainium


  27. Ps

    Unobtainium

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unobtainium

    BB doesnt seem to accept my answers.. well try again


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