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Subdeacon Joe

Interesting video

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Speed of camera and rotors synchronized to a T.

 

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Na. That's a video of a pilot that is very cool and comfortable while showin' off for the camera. 'Cause ya see, most folks don't realize that all the lift in a heliocopter comes from the little spinny thingy at the back. And you'll notice that it was spinning just fine in the video.

 

The big spinny thingy on top has only one purpose, to keep the pilot cool. It's sorta like air conditioning for rotor heads, ya know? And iffun' you don't believe me, just watch how fast the pilot starts sweatin' when the big spinny thingy stops spinning. :blink:

 

His flight suit will get wet in a hurry, and maybe not just by sweat alone. :lol:

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I don't see what difference it makes. Everyone knows those things can't fly anyway.

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Na. That's a video of a pilot that is very cool and comfortable while showin' off for the camera. 'Cause ya see, most folks don't realize that all the lift in a heliocopter comes from the little spinny thingy at the back. And you'll notice that it was spinning just fine in the video.

 

The big spinny thingy on top has only one purpose, to keep the pilot cool. It's sorta like air conditioning for rotor heads, ya know? And iffun' you don't believe me, just watch how fast the pilot starts sweatin' when the big spinny thingy stops spinning. :blink:

 

His flight suit will get wet in a hurry, and maybe not just by sweat alone. :lol:

 

Ah! The truth finally comes out. :lol:

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No wonder those borscht and vodka fueled birds are so hard to shoot down. They even fly with the transmission in park! :unsure:

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