THE FLYGHT OF THE BUMBLEBEE

// Febrero 26th, 2009 // Science

For some years I have been investigating, empirically and theoretically, a new approach to dynamics of which Classical Dynamics would be a restricted part. Amongst other things it opens up the possibility that propulsion and lift exist even in the absence of atmosphere. How can insect flight be explained, from the dynamic point of view? Evidently it is not reasonable in the framework of Newtonian dynamics in which the conservation of lineal momentum, in an isolated system, excludes this type of lift and propulsion.
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