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The Stirling flying machine



An exhibit showing a working model of the Stirling flying machine powered by a hot air engine.

   

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Kitana2010 on 8 March, 2011, 10:38
that looks so bizarre lol. Is it actually flying? Or is that pole/tether thing holding it up? Really cool!
Comment icon #2 Posted by diceshadow1 on 9 March, 2011, 0:23
thats really cool, a machine you can use to beat eggs,and fly around.you can fly to work at dunkin doughnuts and then use it to stir the batter. OH,WAIT,you wrote stirling not stiring.
Comment icon #3 Posted by JGirl on 9 March, 2011, 0:46
kind of slow and awkward lookin' i'll take the bus thanks
Comment icon #4 Posted by Timonthy on 9 March, 2011, 9:20
Lol, good luck with that.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Littlehawk on 10 March, 2011, 13:43
That is crazy. It obviously doesn't work too well or we'd all have one. (But it does kinda sound like an egg beater, doesn't it?)
Comment icon #6 Posted by nakajima01 on 16 March, 2011, 7:42
Looks good in a sci-fi movie.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Zalmoxis on 10 July, 2015, 0:42
Looks sorta cartoonish but Stirling is only an author anyway.


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