[WWI] Added:SIEMENS SCHUCKERT SSW.D.III & NIEUPORT 25

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Sat Aug 6 11:52:15 EDT 2011



Flatulence will work as a means of propulsion.  Did an experiment with a rolling office chair on a tile floor once.  But will it lift a plane off the ground?  Not so sure. 

Cheers, 

Bud 



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From: "nick hamer " < hamerthehorrible @live.co. uk > 
To: wwi @ wwi -models.org 
Sent: Saturday, August 6, 2011 7:19:56 AM 
Subject: Re: [WWI] Added:SIEMENS SCHUCKERT SSW.D.III & NIEUPORT 25 



<Can't understand what this thing called a 'jet' is though....> 
  


Paul, it confused the hell out of me, too. From looking at the pictures it seems to work through tremendous flatulence at high pressure???? 
I don't think it'll catch on. 
  
                  Cheers, 
  
                        Nick. 
From: flutes at xs4all. nl 
To: wwi @ wwi -models.org 
Date: Sat, 6 Aug 2011 10:35:22 +0200 
Subject: Re: [WWI] Added:SIEMENS SCHUCKERT SSW.D.III & NIEUPORT 25 


Both excellent (as was everything by everyone else that I didn't comment on recently due to a lapse of attention, mostly brought about by the need to walk my dog 3 hours a day, and then continually prise my daughter away from my computer with a crowbar). 
  
I like the CA soaked paper idea on the Ssw .III legs.  I love it when people mangle unexpected materials into suitable shapes to solve a problem. Can't understand what this thing called a 'jet' is though.... 
  
  
Paul.
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