Geese Apr 2, 2014 16:05:43 GMT -5
Post by X factor on Apr 2, 2014 16:05:43 GMT -5
I accidently typed in 'Gee' and got this instead...hmm interesting.
I guess 'Gee' means 'to dance' in Chinese or Japanese or Korean ect.
But 'Gee' is not the focus of this thread, instead the focus is 'Geese'.
Geese, wild ones, are starting to amaze me more and more, even Canadian geese.
Funny how to learn how to fly, navigate, as a human, you have to spend $100,000 or so to take all required course, or join military where they spend millions on you. Yet Geese pay nothing to learn how to fly, navigate, land or soar.
The more I watch the behavior of Geese in this area, the less dumb they seem to me. They are anything but dumb, and in the end not really sure how your average working class human gets any more or less out of life than Geese do.
I mean to be able to launch self into the air, and fly for free, and to scale, like say a Goose was the size of a 727 old retired Jetliner...to scale, the Goose is probably flying a lot faster than the cruising speed of the jet.
Not only that, but Geese can't really crash, or have systems failure, do to the fact they can change wing structure, lift, and have gliding abilities.
I'm sure Geese have a much safer flying record than airplanes do.
When pilots graduate from Air-Force academy we assume their super bright and brilliant, yet don't give same compliment to Geese, or any other bird that can fly.
I watch these things come in like fighter jets, flair, extend landing gears (feet) and gracefully land.
It's awesome, one minute soaring in the sky like a jetliner, navigating, the next minute landing on earth, in park, walking amongst lost humans.
The gift of flight, to be able to fly using your own physical body.
What an awesome gift.
Lot's more to follow.