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Re: [TowerTalk] Divining rods

Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Divining rods
From: David Gilbert <>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 14:20:28 -0700
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For years people have been quoting that old misunderstanding to justify 
their own unrelated irrational conclusions, but the idea that bees 
couldn't fly in theory was debunked at least three decades ago, and the 
ability of bees to fly is indeed explainable today by the laws of 
aerodynamics.  Besides, every scientifically controlled observation of 
bees has proven without question they can indeed fly, whether or not how 
they did it was understood early on or not.    There isn't a single such 
scientific study supporting the mere existence of divining in blind 
tests in spite of many attempts at it, even if you were willing to 
ignore whether or not physics could explain it..

Dave   AB7E

On 8/31/2010 1:42 PM, Alan NV8A wrote:
> I remember reading decades ago that, according to the laws of
> aerodynamics, bees cannot fly because their wings are not large enough
> for their body size. The bees, however, being unfamiliar with the laws
> of aerodynamics, just keep flying anyway.
> 73
> Alan NV8A

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