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Steve King posts video of himself drinking water from sink at detention ce Patient Testimonial – Grady Johnson – Laser Cataract Surgery with Multifocal Lens Implant Sanjeev Bikhchandani Mother Got Cataract Surgery at Sharp Sight About The Author Larry Olson 100 Comments spoada #2 is really #1 October 7, 2018 Reply TheArmchairrocker Weird how the one that has never been flownis number 1. October 8, 2018 Reply UNDER MAINTENANCE MUSCLE Stupid video October 9, 2018 Reply GG appreciate #2 – #1 is cool but seems too challenging to operate. I've seen a sola powered one – what about electricity, some pannelling and efficient batteries to support human action? October 11, 2018 Reply Clotted cream Tea 1 was a blimp ,1 was unpowered (using legs to jump off a hill ).sff hang gliders have been doing it for a while now.Bit the last one was a brick with wings .the drag of a human standing at the front Will be ,ere quite a lot October 14, 2018 Reply Matthew Hutchinson Why are you moving around the mic October 14, 2018 Reply Rick Cavallaro How did the ARCHAEOPTERYX end up on a list of human powered aircraft? October 15, 2018 Reply Aye.Its.Diego getting late I thought it was called the Gossamer Condor, where’d he get albatross from?😂 October 31, 2018 Reply Angus Rhoton Has anyone heard I’ve the bike that can go super fast that’s closed in. If we could put that with wings that would be amazing October 31, 2018 Reply SoulfulElectricity you forgot the human powered helicopter thought that would be one November 1, 2018 Reply Doug Earnest If they need towing or slinging to get airborne, they're not entirely human powered. The glider launched by running down a hill is a glider, not requiring any sort of human power to remain aloft, so I wouldn't call that "human powered" any more than I would call a glider towed behind a jet to get it airborne a "jet powered" sailplane. November 5, 2018 Reply Michael I love your video. It has informative content relevant to the subject and did not waste time with unessessary garbage. Such a pleasant change from all the other crap on u tube. November 7, 2018 Reply Choo Where was #8 flying under human power? Only saw it towed. November 7, 2018 Reply JONOVID only good, if you want to relive the wright brothers first flight November 8, 2018 Reply Faraz Tahir 3:44 November 10, 2018 Reply EmperorGluteusMaximus :56 That's BASS wood, not BASE wood! November 11, 2018 Reply EmperorGluteusMaximus Just wondering… wouldn't a biplane or triplane wing configuration be more sensible? November 11, 2018 Reply Midnight Maker It's pronounced DAYduhlus, not DayDALUS… November 15, 2018 Reply Brandon Garber An informative video without a robot voice? Gasp! November 18, 2018 Reply Timothy Swindler Welp, I’m flying from North Carolina to San Diego in one of these next year November 19, 2018 Reply Joe Carnes I didn't see any flapping on the first one…? Ornithopter i think not November 25, 2018 Reply B A You can't honestly say the Dash was "flying" when it didn't get above ground-effect, it achieved Spruce Goose land skimming but not flight. December 6, 2018 Reply B A An unpowered glider with an electric propulsion option isn't human powered. 🤦♂️ 🤦♀️ December 6, 2018 Reply Danny Bolman ded-a lus December 7, 2018 Reply Ghulam Khadar Everything and all are humans power invention by mistakes..😝 December 8, 2018 Reply RaiderStClaire How about helicopters? December 11, 2018 Reply steven boyle Jinker is a non flyer.. lost the plot At the end there … Shame December 16, 2018 Reply Dell Schanze lol dinosaurs did NOT evolve into birds. Never in all of history has one species ever even once evolved into another. Millions of bones have been found from countless species and never once has there ever been a single creature that evolved into another creature. God is a scientifically proven fact. Evolution is an intentional lie. December 24, 2018 Reply Ronald Mitchell #1 is untested so far? The others have proof of concept. So, is the scientific theory of flight evolution with something unproven so far? December 28, 2018 Reply Omega Leseante METRIC SYSTEM PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! December 30, 2018 Reply jim S Number 1 is something that hasn't flown? January 3, 2019 Reply JazlDazl Number 8 appears to be externally powered and misnomered as ornithopter. I hope the pilot of number 1 has good insurance as he will struggle for control January 4, 2019 Reply B Taylor Hard to get past number ten right off the bat. "Flying" for 19 seconds after an automobile put you into the air does not seem to be human powered. Instead, the human intervention simply slightly delays the decay in altitude caused by gravity. January 5, 2019 Reply David Bump I have corresponded by email with Dr. Joseph Mastropaolo, the physiologist who did the physical training program for the pilot of the Gossamer planes (Condor and Albatross). He even sent me a team T-shirt! I think we should be working on designs that don't stick to the pure human power regulations of the Kremer prize, but like a couple of those seen here use things like towing or launching from a hill; and also they don't need to fly very much. Then they could be sturdier, with shorter wings, and easier to manage. Just something to give ordinary people the feeling of getting into the air a little without using a noisy engine, nor flying way high like sailplanes or many hang gliders. Studying the giant pterosaurs such as Quetzalcoatlus or the giant teratorn birds might be helpful, and also some of the early hang gliding work such as that of Lilienthal and Octave Chanute. January 6, 2019 Reply nicholascremato REALLY you can't pronounce Daedalus??? January 9, 2019 Reply Oakley David the first one never showed anyone powering it any other way but a car January 13, 2019 Reply Gary Liddle In the future, I'd like you to include the zwhite Dwarf, 45' long, 27' tall. Designed and built bt one of Burt Ratan's sons for Gallagher the commedian to connect with his audience in a different way, it now resides in a WWII hager north of central Oregon. January 16, 2019 Reply Hugh James-Berry the jinker lol January 16, 2019 Reply Yoruichi The Extra Terrestrial I want one of these. Cycling without dealing with hills or drivers willing to kill you because rather add a few seconds to their journey, assuming they don't encounter traffic. January 28, 2019 Reply RicardoM. Santiago Nombre 1 🤔 February 10, 2019 Reply Fdjfhds Mimnjmo point 4 isn't a human power aircraft, it is an Glider. February 10, 2019 Reply Nathan Johnson I can’t watch informational videos with this dumb mother fucker talking over it🤦🏻♂️ February 12, 2019 Reply Gregory Fortenberry Now that’s thinking outside the box folks. February 12, 2019 Reply chris call How is number 1 number 1 if it hasn't even flown yet? February 14, 2019 Reply Enjoying The Sun 577-Jersey Customs Pretty cool,but still nothing better than a paramotor 🙂 February 14, 2019 Reply Evermore The feathered dinosaur which "evolved" into a bird was a Chinese hoax. February 14, 2019 Reply df3yt The very first aircraft flaps it's wings yet you don't show it? And how is #4 Human powered? It might as well be a hang glider… February 15, 2019 Reply the originalist Howabout using ebike tech? February 16, 2019 Reply three 147 Can someone explain to me why they all have such narrow wings? It just looks inefficient to me, but I guess there has to be a good reason since they all do it. February 16, 2019 Reply Luffaman If these things are practical, my dog is a genius! February 19, 2019 Reply 64wing You sound like Mr. Garrison February 19, 2019 Reply allan dou !!!!!!!!!!! February 22, 2019 Reply Krzysztof Bosak Human powered flight is the most polluting way of travel, because per unit of mass transported, it uses the largest amount of toxic materials for airframe construction. February 24, 2019 Reply Victor Hettinger What is the proper spelling for the last one jinker??? Wing February 25, 2019 Reply Saseendran R Human powered aircraft's are not real. Some of them are gliders. Others are created with the help of modern technology like photosop, graphics, animation etc. March 23, 2019 Reply Doug Widdowson Anything relating to science should be reported in the metric system. That’s what real science uses. April 8, 2019 Reply Supa Saffira Sisters Jinker is a crank lol April 22, 2019 Reply wvXvxvXvw I still don't understand #1. It never had a shot at succeeding. Personally I don't think it should have made the list at all. I can only assume that the uploader has a connection in some way or another to the project and wanted to give it some publicity. The concept itself is pure inefficiency. The oversight of simple muscle structure and efficiency laws is astounding. A 4 year old could have seen it. If you have to travel one mile, are you going to jump or jog? Do you think you could use less energy by jumping a mile versus jogging a mile? The very first thing to avoid when attempting maximum efficiency is upward movement. The energy it takes to overcome gravity is 100% wasted. You want all movement of the propulsion systems to be completely horizontal in relation to the direction of travel. Any vertical movement is a loss of forward motion. To compound that inefficiency is the fact that the same amount energy must now be consumed to counter the vertical momentum in order to keep a forward motion. If you wasted 10 units of energy by jumping up and down you are going to lose 10 more to offset it. That is 20 units of energy lost that could have been used for forward travel. And that is only assuming a 10% loss. It is more likely that you will lose 25+% by jumping up and down verses pedaling with you legs moving horizontal to the direction of travel. You would need another 25% to counter that meaning you are losing half of the energy you put in. May 7, 2019 Reply Carlos DeNevier simulatring broken images is not art or design. is a sort of typical american hollywood overdramatization bullshit. it's out. martix was yesterday. May 20, 2019 Reply abraham kibret 5:43 nazi flag May 24, 2019 Reply robert morrow Day Dallas. OMG dude May 29, 2019 Reply gordon quigg #1? It hasn't been tried yet? To me, that concept is interesting, and is theoretically very possible, as it is similar to the skipper, hydrofoil bike, and functions by up and down pumping using the riders weight and the flexing of a main wing. Also, surfers like Kai Lenny have learned how to pump fixed wing hydrofoil surfboards by using their legs, arms, and torque throughout their entire body to pump the board while standing on top of it, as seen on numerous yt videos. But the major difference is, that they have the wing under water and the craft and their bodies are in the air. Water, below the interface, doesn't compress, is dense, and yet is still fluid, so that lift is probably over a hundred times easier in water, while the human's drag factor by comparison is zero. So, the surfboard hydrofoil has only about a 3 foot wing span and the skipper hydrofoil waterbike is about 4 feet. The problem I see with this last human powered flight craft is that the drag on the human standing vertically could be too significant to allow the plane to be pumped along in flight, unless they build an aerodynamic canopy around the pilot, as in the other aircraft shown. The pilot might also get more propulsion standing like a surfer so they can use every ounce of their body and limbs for torque propulsion. And maybe even having a more compact geometry to the whole rig. June 3, 2019 Reply the tessellater As below, bit of a cheek to include one which is still at the design stage and not yet built – then put it at number one! Plus a rather monotonous droll voice over. Get a pro narrator! June 11, 2019 Reply B Simpson No8, flap it's wings?? its a fixed wing glider!! June 11, 2019 Reply svesom Sorry but the Archäopterix is not a Human Powered Plane in this Way. It is a Foot Started Glider and very Nice One, but not Human Powered. June 15, 2019 Reply jorn Landewe number 8 did not flap his wing June 16, 2019 Reply Steve Jankowski Great video, terrible audio mix… June 18, 2019 Reply aidan pope SOURDOUGH KING™SOURDOUGH KING™ burger features more than 1/2 lbs.* of savory flame-grilled 100% beef, melted American cheese, thick cut…MoreDOUBLE QUARTER POUND KING™Featuring more than ½ lb.* of flame-grilled 100% beef, topped with all of our classic favorites: American cheese, freshl…MoreBACON KING™ Jr. SandwichIntroducing the BACON KING™ Jr. Sandwich, smaller package, same BIG taste. 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What is with the first one? It is not human powered, it is being towed by a car LOL.As to the future of human powered flight, there isn't any future, never will be. A human weighing 150 pounds, who can put out only a fraction of one horsepower, will never keep an airplane in usable flight. Additional source of power will always be required. Fun as a hobby though, I guess. June 21, 2019 Reply Shadowlogic420 Wtf is up with the audio? June 22, 2019 Reply The Same Same Im disappointed, thought there would be something else than just gliders. June 24, 2019 Reply A little bit of everything Boring June 24, 2019 Reply MTB Wolf Wait… They're seeking a professional mountain biker to pedal it? Maybe one with aviation experience?Hmmm.Yamaha pls read this June 28, 2019 Reply Pelden Thinley Noise abatement rules apply? June 29, 2019 Reply Lynn Troller Correction. Archaeopteryx is NOT a feathered dinosaur. It was proven to be nothing but a BIRD. Academia doesn’t like it nor wants the masses to be aware because it jacks up their evolutionism timeline narrative. Friggin crybabies. June 30, 2019 Reply Tan Maxwell 45 TOO BIG AND AND BULKY lol – gentlemen, let's invent devices and Artificially Intelligent air robotic robots – that have the intelligence to fly us where we want to go – with less bulk . July 2, 2019 Reply Jasmijn ariel Dislike for selling us bullshit and wrong info!!! July 13, 2019 Reply mike yavorshak Number 3 had a bafang mid drive ebike motor it's all with the pedals … fraudulent if I'm wrong I'm wrong but I'm not July 22, 2019 Reply Gary Johnson just stay away from the sun, Icky didn't walk away! August 3, 2019 Reply 1,000 subsrcibers without videos Me getting out of Area 51 be like August 4, 2019 Reply joeviking61 So your number 1 pick is an unproven design ? What a moron. The Gossamer Albatross is clearly number 1 August 7, 2019 Reply Mark Blankenship It is not said day-dallas it is day de lus like from greek mythology lol August 17, 2019 Reply William Wen last one is funny August 18, 2019 Reply Alexey Trofym Motor Universal Axial-Coaxial The proposed invention is the engine, which bases its operation on the magnetic repulsion and the increase of the magnetic field by concentration of the lines of force. It is composed of rotating discs, which can rotate in the same direction, or in the opposite direction (counter-revolution). The discs contain permanent magnets (neodymium) that follow the rotating magnetic field, generated by the stator. It has a variable number of coils according to the revolutions or power that you wish to obtain. The rotation control is carried out by means of a magnetic field detector (hall) with electronic position control. The invention was presented on INTERNATIONAL FAIR OF GENEVA INVENTIONS (47e SALON INTERNATIONAL DES INVENTIONS DE GENÈVE), held on April 10-14, 2019, and where it was awarded by the International Jury.The status of a patent application is pending and being prepared for publishing (the number is PCT/ES2019/070242). Current invention is the improved version and based on patents MAGNETIC DEVICE SUITABLE FOR USE AS A POWER GENERATOR OR DRIVE MOTOR (PCT/ES2017/070321; published) and MAGNETIC DEVICE APPLICABLE AS A POWER GENERATOR OR AS A DRIVE MOTOR (PCT/ES2019070369; awaiting for publishing).The proposed invention can be used in such industries as aircrafts, robotics, transportation, aeration and as electricity generator. Details and contacts: http://magnetarplus.com/#contact August 19, 2019 Reply Tamer Başpınar 4th s perfect August 21, 2019 Reply Brandon Lee Sanders Sooooo….This is essentially an ad for a kickstarter project??? 🧐 September 1, 2019 Reply GJ SIX 8 Narrator sounds like he's pretending to be American. Fake accent. September 1, 2019 Reply thomas read crap the first one was pulled by the car September 3, 2019 Reply Dan 00:30 snowbird flies when pulled by a Yugo. HAHAHA That's not science, it's Bullshit.This would only be a valid aerodynamic test if the vehicle gained altitude after releasing the tow rope. September 4, 2019 Reply Brad Hart Isn't it ''dead-a-lus'' September 11, 2019 Reply John Orabone Too little video dude. Can we actually see them in motion? September 16, 2019 Reply A P Developments Fred flintstone would be proud knowing his concept car is now a reality September 29, 2019 Reply max odgaard Nr 1 is bullshit…..how can an imaginary plane hit the charts….. thats a bummer and a bit sad becuz the rest of the work made on the topic was great…. October 9, 2019 Reply Kickassman 4 being considering. Couldn't you make a pedal powered Aircraft that has a gear set where you can basically continuously pedal / switch gears and then provide the rotational power of the weight that can achieve flight or as human powered can it be – Can be powered by pedals or something. October 24, 2019 Reply vibratingstring Jinker not belong.That glider thing is a glider.You mixed up different footage from the Gossamer project. October 24, 2019 Reply Marcelo Bezerrapereira Top like 👍🌍🇧🇷 October 26, 2019 Reply Austin Downing Human powered aircrafts. First one pulled by minivan..second on pulled by boat.. October 27, 2019 Reply Raphael Rae At first, I thought the idea of pedal-powered planes was awesome, but now that I see them all towed by standard vehicles, I'm disappointed. October 29, 2019 Reply SKALABEDRID SILICHA I LIKE #4 its only using you foot November 1, 2019 Reply Ryan Korn Evolution is a Rothschild pushed theory used to separate man from his creator. Evolution is deep state propaganda. November 4, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.