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Yamano: According to all known laws
of aviation,
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there is no way a bee
should be able to fly.
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Its wings are too small to get
its fat little body off the ground.
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The bee, of course, flies anyway
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because bees don't care
what humans think is impossible.
B
Mar 3, 2024 13:54:24 GMT -5
LRRRRRGGGRDNNNR: In reality bees do not disobey any laws of physics. If they did, bees would be responsible for ripping apart time and space whenever they flew around. Mar 3, 2024 14:00:42 GMT -5
LRRRRRGGGRDNNNR: The myth dates back to the 1930s, when the French entomologist August Magnan noted that a bee's flight should be impossible, because of the haphazard way their wings flapped around. And if bees flew like aeroplanes, he would be correct. Mar 3, 2024 14:01:02 GMT -5
LRRRRRGGGRDNNNR: Aeroplanes can fly because of a careful balance of four physical forces: lift, drag, weight, and thrust. The lift force must balance its weight, and thrust must exceed its drag, to make flying possible. Planes use wings for lift and engines for thrust. Mar 3, 2024 14:01:22 GMT -5
LRRRRRGGGRDNNNR: The lift force must balance its weight, and thrust must exceed its drag, to make flying possible. Planes use wings for lift and engines for thrust. Drag is reduced thanks to a streamlined shape, and lightweight materials. Mar 3, 2024 14:01:42 GMT -5
LRRRRRGGGRDNNNR: The wingspan of a plane is large enough to satisfy the lift equations for flight, so they don't need to flap. But the small wings of a bee compared to its relatively fat body are not. Mar 3, 2024 14:02:00 GMT -5
LRRRRRGGGRDNNNR: A regular Boeing 747 plane can also take off at roughly 184 mph, whereas bees do not reach anywhere near that speed. Mar 3, 2024 14:02:12 GMT -5
Yamano: 8-| Mar 3, 2024 14:02:29 GMT -5
LRRRRRGGGRDNNNR: NOOOOO Mar 3, 2024 14:02:41 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: When talking about bees I wonder if it's possible to destroy all the beehives in the "Cave of Bees" level of "Rooster Island 1". Mar 3, 2024 14:53:45 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: Some hives seems to be unreachable. Mar 3, 2024 14:54:28 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: But, in theory, you can try to reach them by jumping on the bees. Mar 3, 2024 14:58:01 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: But the problem is if the player has enough life points to do it. Mar 3, 2024 15:00:18 GMT -5
zylex44: fire in the hole :) Mar 12, 2024 5:57:28 GMT -5
pekkasadventures: Dysnomia, when there is a shark transformation is in the strawberry fields episode, WHÄ°CH BUTTON do we need to swim with????? Mar 26, 2024 7:32:04 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: A new GE snapshot and a new episode today! Have fun! Apr 1, 2024 4:36:01 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: drive.google.com/file/d/11koUkZoWGRkCtGtab8yBKhKuMzRUPKYw/view?usp=drive_link Apr 1, 2024 4:36:10 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: And the source code (Linux & Mac) Apr 1, 2024 5:14:45 GMT -5
SaturninTheAlien: github.com/SaturninTheAlien/pk2_greta/tree/april_fools_2024 Apr 1, 2024 5:14:48 GMT -5
Yamano: High effort PK2 april fools level - www.mediafire.com/file/n95xnhpnvkskdr1/Garlic_Quest.zip/file Apr 2, 2024 14:44:27 GMT -5
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