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<sound of a lone wolf howling at the moon>
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Are you asking why flies fly or did you not know that they require wings in order to fly?
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why flies fly
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Because they is how they have evolved as a result of the selection pressures that the species have encountered over the last how ever millions of years.....didnt you do biology? Shame on you lol
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How long is a piece of string
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How long is a piece of string
Depends on where you cut it
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Depends on where you cut it
technically flawed in how long it is in the first place... lol
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technically flawed in how long it is in the first place... lol
Unless the string is infinitely long (which is impossible) the length is determined by the total distance between the two ends of the string which is in itself determined by where along the string it was cut.

As you can probably tell I am very bored!
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<tumbleweed> What a dry discussion...
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How long is a piece of string

It is equivalent to twice the distance from the middle to the end.
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How many sides does a sphere have? An infinite number or 0 or 1?
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So the can fly, and drop sh** all over the place.
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As a sphere can technically not have a smooth surface it must be composed of several sides, however as the size of the sides cannot be defined, there are an infinite number of sides to a sphere, however in theory there would be 1.
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Evolution.
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So the can fly, and drop sh** all over the place.
Oi! Leave the fly out of this! ok?
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As a sphere can technically not have a smooth surface it must be composed of several sides, however as the size of the sides cannot be defined, there are an infinite number of sides to a sphere, however in theory there would be 1.
Yeah it would be impossible to have an infinite number of sides cos that would mean that the sides would have to be infinitely small. Yeah I agree with 1.
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Oi! Leave the fly out of this! ok?
I believe the original question was:

Why do flies have wings?
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And also how is it physically possible for a bumble bee to fly? I mean its body is this fat

*stretches hands out really far*

but its wings are really small

*moves hand small distance*

Of course that's not a 1:1 scale otherwise it would be some sort of mutant killer bee.
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