Why does a kite fly?
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Auckland, New Zealand
#1 Aug 26, 2007
The kite achieves flight by virtue of its resistance to the wind provided by the string held firmly by the flier, and lift provided by the flow of air over and around the frame.
Since: Oct 07
#2 Oct 16, 2007
O.o Unique subject. ^-^
#3 Apr 23, 2008
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