Posted by thebuzzkiller69dude on Sep. 24, 2010
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fullbag - 9/24/2010 10:15:50 AM
All jokes aside...this clip states they at best have had a self-sustained flight just under 20 seconds maximum. Is this really as far as technology has come over 6,000 years?
Dramist1 - 4 months ago
Observes impressionable conversation on Break.com - Posted in 2010.
mykylc - a year ago
What the hell was the point?????????????
xXFIREBIRDXx - 2 years ago
meh buy a motor you cheep prick !! pay gas tax like everyone eles !!
donnywal - 2 years ago
I could fly my kids f'ing big wheel if you tie it to a car, hop on the big wheel on let's try it.
what a f'ing waste of time, CAR NEEDED, WTF? You can get any plane to fly with a car, that's a glider. And a big gust of wind will snap that thing.
panderbear - 2 years ago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G They crossed the English Channel in 1979.
OdekiKazusa - 2 years ago
Human powered flight happened more than two decades ago. I believe they flew several miles not just 20 seconds.
PaulAfreekan - 2 years ago
jakub052111 - 2 years ago
lovely wings .....
Awfabee - 2 years ago
Break has it wrong. This is a record for a human-powered ornithopter - a flapping-winged craft. Human-powered, propeller-driven aircraft have flown much, much farther. This is a record for an incredibly inefficient form of flight.
djosersex - 2 years ago
Nice pice of crap
mrarroyo - 2 years ago
Fav - weirdly fake wish was real
MCou812 - 2 years ago
Afghan Airforce is alive and well !
mal12345 - 2 years ago
Frank Herbert would be jealous.
chyeahhhhhhhh - 2 years ago
I collected coins on that thing during super Mario sunshine, back in my Plummer days.
painful100 - 2 years ago
how about some bicycle pedals spinning some fans. This thing aint gonna happen
dima30 - 2 years ago
Best thing ever
chingon06 - 2 years ago
ssejhill - 2 years ago
Interesting plane ... but definitely NOT a record for human powered flight. That honor goes to the MIT Daedalus which flew a distance of 71.5 mi (115.11 km) in 3 hours, 54 minutes. Your 19 sec flight doesn't cut it!
Awfabee - 2 years ago
@ssejhill You are correct. This is a record for a human powered ornithopter - a flapping wing craft. Daedalus was propeller-driven. Break, as usual, screwed up.
Still, you have to wonder, what is the point? It's a record for incredibly inefficient flight.
Elite_92 - 2 years ago
It's pretty good for a prototype.
fknhostile187 - 2 years ago
The Canadian Space Program is finally making progress!
lareStriker - 2 years ago
my midnight or your midnight?
Dallasguy - 2 years ago
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