Through Slow design I can make any design fly
A bumblebee has a large body with relatively small wings [wing area about 0.7 cm and weight about 1.2 grams]. According to calculations from the Boeing design department, the bumblebee can’t fly. If you look at it from a steady state aerodynamics the bumblebee couldn’t come up. Due to the upward and downward movement of the wings, a vortex creates an upward force, which, Because of this, they can fly. The engineers could not imagine that it could be different. Biologist Torkel Weis-Fogh [1922-1975] described a number of alternative lift-generating techniques that use insects.