posted on Apr, 9 2007 @ 05:47 AM
Ah… We were just messing with you, don’t feel bad about it.
Like you said though it can be a million things. If they are fake pictures it can be an indication that the object was tossed like a Frisbee. Try to
toss a Frisbee perfectly flat, and high enough to take a picture so it looks like its in the sky, and you’ll se what I mean. It could be that the
object is dangling from something, and the wind causes it to swing like that.
Otherwise if the object is either real, or a remote control object, then its going to fly like a helicopter, so its going to tip when it banks. An
object is going to be even harder to keep stable if the power source is in the center, bottom of the object. Same as trying to balance a plate on a
ball, it is going to want to tip to one side, or the other to get off the power source which is providing lift. This is why Lower wing aircraft are
harder to learn to fly as they are unstable, and the nose wants to constantly pitch up, or down to get off the wing. Having the power source on the
top would make if far more stable, same as an overwing aircraft like a Cessna, or a helicopter. This is why most folks start out learning to fly in a
Cessna, or Piper Cub as they are more stable then something like a Piper Tomahawk.
Again welcome to ATS...
[edit on 4/9/2007 by defcon5]