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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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#1 Posted by
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!
#2 Posted by
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.
#3 Posted by
on 9 March, 2011, 0:46
kind of slow and awkward lookin' i'll take the bus thanks
#4 Posted by
on 9 March, 2011, 9:20
Lol, good luck with that.
#5 Posted by
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?)
#6 Posted by
on 16 March, 2011, 7:42
Looks good in a sci-fi movie.
#7 Posted by
on 10 July, 2015, 0:42
Looks sorta cartoonish but Stirling is only an author anyway.
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