On Mon, Apr 03, 2000 at 06:30:39PM +0100, j.j at online.ie mentioned:
> According to the laws of physics a bumble-bee should not be able to fly.
Actually, it should. The bumblebees wings don't make a flapping motion.
Fast "stop motion" cameras have detected multiple swings of the wings,
which form small vortexes, which the wings push off, at the next
iteration. Everything that can be shown to happen can be worked out, with
time & a good camera.
Getting 45mbps over Telecom Eireann copper isn't something I've seen, so
I'm not even sure where to put the camera :)
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