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I think i've just found a non-CGI'd genuine 1 wing landing -

(its on a model)

Heres the video we're discussing freeroller-
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That last video was generated
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yeah I really don't think that is real. Not to mention the absolutely horrible camera man. Zoom out please???? sheesh
    
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Well I heard back from Prof #3; the aerobatic pilot who formerly was faculty here claimed to have seen the video before and said it was a model. and Prof #3 after reviewing the video thinks it's fake.


So the moral of the story is that with the right plane (either real or model since the laws of flight are the same for both regular and scale model aircraft) it is physically possible; but as of now it appears that that particular video is likely a put-up quite possibly with a model aircraft.


I did find out that James Anderson claims to have been the pilot and flown the flight shown. His site reports his plane to be an Akro Tech Giles G-300 with a modified Lycoming 6-cyl Boxer engine that puts out 475HP and has a weight of 650kg. The site also states that it is still undergoing certification (which would explain the plane lacking registration numbers on the tail as a plane can only be registered once it has been certified)

Just for the sake of curiosity I'm going to send a message to him asking for more details about the incident and specifications (if possible schematics) of the airplane.


Please remember that I am merely arguing that it is physically possible for the right aircraft to do what is seen in the video (and I have seen no evidence to indicate otherwise); but I have yet to see any conclusive evidence to prove if it was CGI, a model, a real plane, or a combination thereof that was shown in flight and as of now I am not ruling out any of those options

Some things in my mind that are against the validity of it are that I have not found any news bits about it (either in English or in German; and the supposed pilot resides in Germany) and to a lesser extent that the plane is not always in view (making it more possible for substitutions to have been made).
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Oh and here's another conversation piece to keep things going


Edited by radodrill - 11/7/08 at 4:58pm
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Wow... that was a change of gears.

In regards to the Airplane Vidoes: Rado, I tip my hat to your dogged pursuit of "truth"... now if only our Government(s) were that determined...

Huh... Shark vs. Octopus... did not seem like much of a fight.

Thing is that, was probably the first experience of that nature that the Shark ever experienced. It was entirely unprepared as it was completely out of the creatures realm of reality, however that it is percieved (that's just guessin'and messin').

That octopus must be hella strong, as the shark could only wiggle about feebly; there was no thrashing.


Okay, I'm off to install a reservoir and fill/bleed some loops.
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Yeah syr, quick dicking around
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Get Octopus on that loop!
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Originally Posted by Syrillian View Post
In regards to the Airplane Vidoes: Rado, I tip my hat to your dogged pursuit of "truth"... now if only our Government(s) were that determined...
Yes; one cannot just blindly believe the first thing one reads, sees, and/or hears; it's always best to try to gather the information for multiple sources and build an educated interpretation. It's often apparent that different news agencies will put a different spin on a story such that the average person would interpret it differently based on where they're getting the news; tis is even more so the case when one source is a translation from a different language.


Similarly with the video of the plane losing it's wing; based on my knowledge of aerodynamics (and effects of control surface movements), airfoil design, and typical design of aerobatic/stunt aircraft I was able to determine that physically the events would be possible (and the videos of RC models confirm that with the appropriate aircraft design a plane with one wing can fly on the fuselage with some control-ability). Yet, the fact that it's possible does not discount the chance of there having been some falsification so I do not want to rule out those possibilities without knowing more about the incident. So to get various perspectives about it I'm trying to see what kind of information I can get from the person who is supposed to have flown the plane when the incident seen in the video occurred. This is also why I've maintained a questioning stance about it having been CGI; to try to get people to justify what aspects leads them to believe it to be CG rather than a model or a real aircraft. A person's opinion is just a hypothesis unless they have further details/information/etc to back up their position.
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Fans incognito:

I removed the faux carbon fiber stickers and replaced them with a flat black contact paper.

Original:




Replaced:





…imho, that is “betterâ€.



CPU Loop:







This is the loop-support/tube protector for the tubing that needs to a pass from one side of the case to the other.










Working on cable management:




PSU-side shot through the window to get an idea of what the tubing will look like. The loose piece that is seen will be attached to the outlet on the CPU-loop radiator.





CPU Loop Reservoir:

I used a small piece of acrylic that was about 1/8†thicker than the head-height on the bolt so that I could counter-sink it and keep if flush, which was a requirement. I mixed some 2-part epoxy and epoxied the bolt in the counter-sunk hole to ensure that I would be able to tighten the thumb-screw from the outside without the bolt spinning freely in the hole. The piece was then bonded to the backside of the reservoir.




Mounted:




Thumbscrew (female) on the backside:





“Thank you for the replies and opinions on this particular part of the build.â€
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