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Why is an Aircraft Runway NOT like a Teaspoon?
If the aircraft runway were like a teaspoon (by this I mean, flat in the beginning, then curving downwards and finally upwards), would it not work in favor of the propulsion of the aircraft? In spite ...
Jul 12 '12 at 12:05
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