Sadly, I would like to report, that Andy Tarc, inventor of the Parsaucer from Palmerston has passed away on my 50th birthday, this June 16,2021.
Andy was a visionary and hidden gem. I was very influenced at a young age by him. He even worked as a junior engineer in Hamilton in the 1950s in
Hamilton Ontario on the Avro Arrow Project.
But it was his parasaucer that intrigued me the most. This was a craft that predated all our mini drones. It was a 360 degree dome cockpit and double
rotary blades and circular approach to aircraft design that made for a perfect rescue or observation aerial vehicle.
The US, military, perhaps ironically, wanted to buy the patent in order to auto pilot them , miniaturize and use them for target practice.
This was insulting and beneath Andy’s vision of a rescue or observational vehicle , perhaps for the coast guard or aircraft carriers and difficult
It was perhaps its potential of increasing individual Liberty in the skies that I suspected the military feared being privatized or encouraged.
A million people flying parasaucers and combining their knowledge.
Andy was best friends with my dad in the highschool they taught at. My father passed last June in 2020, himself a political visionary.
But no matter what, dreams and visions can become reality.
The parasaucer will be with us, at least as an inspiration for peace.
Rest In Peace, Andy
Paul Z Peteranac
You can visit Andy’s obituary link on Legacy here:
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