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Flying and falling are the same thing, amirite?

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Not exactly flying is similar to falling. But when you fly, you can control it. This means flying doesn't equal to falling. If you understand it.

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@Just gotta know. What is ISS? :D

Not sure if you're serious, but it's the international space station.

@tonywonderslostnut Not sure if you're serious, but it's the international space station.

I am serious I am not from english speaking country and not interested in space tech :D I am more about chemistry

@Apellllll The ISS is always falling, yet it's a very controlled fall.

The ISS isn't flying though. It's orbiting the earth, which is falling with enough forward motion to never hit the surface.

I think the landing determines the difference.

Since falling while flying can equal flailing then yes

Anonymous +4Reply

Well I guess the Wright Brothers spent a ton of time on planes for nothing.

"Flying is the art of throwing yourself at the ground and missing". -Douglas Adams.

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No, I didn't push him off. He was just flying.

They are the same if you are brave enough

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