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04-26-2014 06:58 PM  6 years ago
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Heli_Splatter

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How does a helicopter defy PHYSICS?
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How can a helicopter defy Physics?

http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/v...s.red-bull.html

OK so that Red Bull guy is pretty good... I would love to see him fly in person.
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04-26-2014 07:21 PM  6 years ago
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more people need to go to school thats all.

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04-26-2014 07:24 PM  6 years ago
whoamis

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A heli doesn't defy physics, it understands physics.

oops, bounced it!
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04-26-2014 08:52 PM  6 years ago
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A heli doesn't defy physics, it understands physics.
In cases, it has redefined physics. Some engineers of the past wound up with red faces when helicopter engineers re-wrote the book.

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04-26-2014 08:54 PM  6 years ago
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more people need to go to school thats all.
uhmerica.
We are not all slow, Mapleleafs.

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04-26-2014 10:06 PM  6 years ago
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It is in the law of Motion.
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04-26-2014 10:10 PM  6 years ago
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Clearly, the "engineers" that get proven wrong about their physics didn't understand physics in the first place.
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04-26-2014 10:33 PM  6 years ago
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We are not all slow, Mapleleafs.
LOL

All I can think of is Terrence and Philip.
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04-26-2014 10:44 PM  6 years ago
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I never tire of the Red Bull heli videos. I hope to see it fly in person some day.Gerry Cullan,
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04-26-2014 10:59 PM  6 years ago
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AirWolfRC Clearly, the "engineers" that get proven wrong about their physics didn't understand physics in the first place.
There isn't a single degreed engineer on the planet that has an excuse to not understand kinematics.
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04-27-2014 12:03 AM  6 years ago
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It doesn't "defy physics" any more than a model does and surely we all can (except for OP) understand that, right?
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04-27-2014 01:25 AM  6 years ago
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More people need to go to work, that's all. Canadu
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04-27-2014 01:35 AM  6 years ago
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???? I cannot defy the law of gravity either. It cannot be done and I am done trying. Just because your formula does not account for it, it does not mean that physics is defied. I now defer to Mr. Einstein.

It doesn't "defy physics" any more than a model does and surely we all can (except for OP) understand that, right?
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04-27-2014 01:59 AM  6 years ago
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Just because your formula does not account for it, it does not mean that physics is defied.
I never said physics was defied. YOU implied it in your first post via a question.
I now defer to Mr. Einstein.
Oh, for heaven's sake... You mean Sir Isaac NEWTON? As in Newtonian physics? Someone needs to take a trip back to high school science class.
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04-27-2014 10:03 AM  6 years ago
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Bet he can't do a tic toc with that thing

Nice flying though.
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04-27-2014 11:28 AM  6 years ago
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I never said such a thing..
Did you watch the video? Did you see the title on the CNN video? I took the question (RIPPED IT OFF) right from their title. The whole thread was about some copy writers selection of words in the title.

I am quite aware of Newton and I will put my university credentials against yours any day. Do you deny Einstein was a physicist? He probably read a paragraph or two about Newton.

There are some laws that cannot be broken... nor defied.
HeimD...I never said physics was defied. YOU implied it in your first post via a question.
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04-27-2014 12:11 PM  6 years ago
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not defy, like most everything else in the universe it manipulates.

As long as present day man give a chitty little chimp more credence than the sun of got everyone will need to get re-educated, somehow, somewhere, sometime. Duhmerahcuh, Caynerduh, werevah, uhhhh.

There's a Florida dude who atm is making a flying saucer which manipulates plasma for lift and propulsion.
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04-27-2014 12:16 PM  6 years ago
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Wow wow wow... Why can't we all be friends? It is a hobby and it does not have to be a pissing contest...

Defying the law of physics? Of course not... It has to be within the laws of physics to work. Now, CNN and the likes love the superlatives, the hyperboles... It is not to make sure the audience is well informed... It is to keep it through mind numbing commercials - because it is a business. They oversimplify or stereotype anything they touch to make the masses stick, feeling smart because unchallenged intellectually.

OK: I am done with my rant against the news broadcasters. Now breakfast
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04-27-2014 03:46 PM  6 years ago
Mark C

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We need more technical editors!
How can a helicopter defy Physics?
http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/v...s.red-bull.html
OK so that Red Bull guy is pretty good... I would love to see him fly in person
I wouldn't read too much into it. Headlines and titles are often exaggerated in order to get your attention. Phrases like "Defy gravity" or "Defy Physics" or "Defies Comprehension" are pretty common attention grabbers. Titles need to b3 short, sweet attention-grabbers. And it totally worked. It got you to repost it and help it go viral.

Which was pretty awesome video BTW! Thanks for posting!

Mark C.
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04-27-2014 04:24 PM  6 years ago
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I do not understand why all of you are in an uproar. You clearly have not absorbed anything from commercials. We all know "Red Bull gives you wings". This completely explains the abilities of this mechanical wonder.

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