Originally Posted by witeshark
Actually, it is
the wind over the wings. It is the low pressure effect of the wind moving faster
over the top than the wind slower
under that creates a vacuume and that way draws the upper wing surface into the low pressure air and lifts the wing Like
shit you are right...
i didn't even have to look at the link...i just re-thought my idea of the pressure variances and projected the experiment onto the trunk lid wing of a racing car...
of course slow air under the wing and fast air over the wing = lift
because slow air = high pressure, fast air = low pressure.