By Francois Verlinden
Development army automobiles Vol.III
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We would drag our cart to the top of the hill during the week to see if we could come all the way down without hitting a tree. To let the cart go as fast as gravity would propel it was the most funthe biggest thrill of all. The trail was about the same grade all the way up, except that about halfway up it leveled off for about twenty feet. This was good for the motorcycles, giving them a little relief halfway Page 11 up. But when we would come off the top of the hill in our home-made cart, that level spot was disastrous.
When the grounded Franklin held his finger near the key, a spark jumped. Fortunately, the charge was light enough to satisfy Franklin's curiosity about the nature of electricity without killing him. In 1910 a train of ten kites reached an American record height of 23,385 feet, and in 1919 in Lindenberg, Germany, a train of eight kites set a world record of 31,955 feet. Airplanesand the Wrights began their invention by flying kitesand balloons have now taken the place of kites in atmospheric exploration (see World Book Encyclopedia, "kites").
The easiest way is to use a wooden yardstick. The nice Page 21 thing about yardsticks is that the centers are already marked for you. Cut it in half at the 18" mark. Now leave the center (the 9" mark) of each piece like it is and carve down each of the four wings starting 1" on each side of the center. Give each wing its bend. Wood bends when it is wet and warm. You can hold it under a warm water faucet, or if the wood is clean, just lick it on the 7" and 11'' marks. Now bend it upwards and count to twenty.