Based mainly on The Origins of the World’s Mythologies (E.J. Michael Witzel, 9780199812851). Continue reading About Mythology
This is the 6th and final Part of The 7 Personality Types summarised. As explained there, this post is the questionnaire anyone can use to gauge their own personality.
It was devised by Elizabeth Puttick herself, with inspiration from various sources she lists in the book. As such I claim no ownership in whole or in part of this questionnaire (plagiarism allegations out of the way. Whew!)
A 24-YEAR-OLD physics student from Nigeria has built a working helicopter out of old car and bike parts.
Mubarak Muhammed Abdullahi spent eight months building the model, using the money he makes from repairing cellphones and computers.
While some of the parts have been sourced from a crashed 747, the chopper contains parts from cars and bikes.
The 12-meter-long aircraft, which has never flown above a height of seven feet, is powered by a secondhand 133 horsepower engine from a Honda Civic.
In the basic cockpit there are two Toyota car seats, with a couple more in the cabin behind.
Controls contain an ignition button, an accelerator lever to control vertical thrust and a joystick that provides balance and bearing.
A camera beneath the chopper connected to a small screen on the dash gives the pilot ground vision, and he communicates via a small transmitter.
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