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Old 03-08-2006, 08:55 PM   #1
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Do you think that this guy knows how to fly?

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Old 03-08-2006, 10:05 PM   #2
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I'd say he knows a thing or two about precision!
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that was amazing. The next one in line, called boeing 747-400 series I think, is worth a look too. See a light-weight "hippie car" get blown away.


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how did the ice tea stay in the cup?

wondering how the ice tea managed to be in the cup during the loop. More like how did he keep it pouring from the jug?? G forces??
i blv its gotta be hell of a lot of G to keep that ice tea in.

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The same amount of Gs keeping it in your glass. 1G!If you do it right like he did the aircraft has no idea it is up side down. Oil stays in place in the engines fuel stays put in the tanks like it should and it is 1g for the hole thing. There is the video of the 707 doing the same thing. The trick is being good enough to do the maneuver and keeping 1G and being nice and smooth like Bob Hoover did.
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