As they ran, shouting, forward, it was obvious to them that the weird and terrible apparition was attempting to seize James; but when it saw the others coming to his rescue, it desisted, flapping
rapidly upward and away, its long, ragged wings giving forth the peculiarly dismal notes which always characterized the sound of its flying.
While a gliding type of flight appears to have matured earlier in evolutionary history, increasing evidence suggests that active flapping
flight may have arisen without an intermediate gliding phase.
John Angemi comments - "I wanted to create a game that people loved and one that they could personalize, which is why I came up with Go Flap Yourself, because everyone loves flapping
themselves from time to time."
Washington, Nov 23 (ANI): Creating tiny air vehicles that mimic the flapping
of winged insects is a popular notion, but require a complex combination of pitching and plunging motions to oscillate the flapping
ridden on unlicensed tracks, can, after 12 months of riding in a flapping
race, be able to renew their licence under rules when a horse who has flapped is banned for life?
The insectlike machines being pursued by OAI and the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta would carry out those tasks by vigorously flapping
their wings--a means of flight long used by birds and insects but never mastered by human aviators.
helps transfer heat from blood to the air to cool the whole animal, says Spevak.