The Instruction Chronicles Manifested By Cody, Nick, Charles, and Dr. Schlong:
In present time, you will be able to visualize the configuration of a semi-everyday material "hovercraft" using this article; spectating is advised. Human labor is involved using the latest up-to-date physics techniques in which teachers have been using in physics classes since leaf blowers were invented. It is as though an ancient ritual has been laid down upon us to execute in precise precision. Adding our own DNA and creativity to this project we hope by these instruction you will donate your own creativity.
Despite the extreme joy that comes along with the construction of this program, you are in fact putting physics to use. What makes the hovercraft levitate is the pressure that pushes the wood from the ground. The pressure is vacuum sealed in the tarp which is wrapped around the wood frame of your hovercraft.
Balance takes place too, which is and example of equilibrium. This abides when you are upon the levitating craft and balance needs to be maintained in the center.
Step 1: All O' the King's Horseman Gathered Apparatus for the Moat (The Art of Gather)
Second in the many steps of "the first step", hoard, trap, or beguile some tarp, shower curtains, or any other natural preservatives into your dominion for the use of containing air from the leaf blower, which will be needed also and will be further discussed in step number 3 of "the first step".
Third, the leaf blower; yes the leaf blower, is of important cause, as has been mentioned will engage in providing pressure and air for the hovercraft. It is the heart of the covenant. The motor of hover.
Fourth being the last step, as the physics society always says, "fetch some tools, or the night man cometh!" Tools that are essential are drill, jigsaw, nut, bolt, plastic lid (like butter lid). Concluding the the first step, be safe.
Step 2: Lumber Mutilation, the Second Coming
- A hole must be cut out on the near rear/caboose for the leaf blower's penetration. Do not make this into a joke.
- A hole must be drilled in the center of your hovercraft frame. This hole must fit the circumference of your bolt that will be later used for future steps.
Step 3: Tarp.
Do not let the tarp folds be too loose, but do not let them be too tight. In between is fine. Then staple the tarp edges to the frame edges. Duct tape along the edges of the tarp so the vandalizing air(s) do not escape. After the tarp has been secured to the top of your lumber, it is necessary to lift your plank and toss it over so the underside is pointed towards the heavens. Now the butter lid comes into play. The lid must be completely centered on the tarp and only when it is, only then can you screw it into the lumber. When reaching maximum potential air pressure, it is intently important to have a release point in the middle sanctuarium. Actually multiple release points will desolate the purpose and capture failure. So riddling the correct amount of release points or "holes" will flow enough air out to produce the hover effect.
Step 4: Levitation, Holmes.
Step 5: Hardships, It Dwelleth In.
Make sure you charge your power tools, because "let me tell you", we forgot to charge ours and we couldn't saw squat! A hard egg laid is a hard egg well-done. On a break because of excessive amounts of work, we decided to "cut a rug" or as you young gentledudes like to say "dropping like it's too hot", we gashed the tarp while activating hip hop moves on top of the unfinished hovercraft frame. WE DO NOT ADVISE DANCING ON YOUR CRAFT. The tarp always rips, do not ponder yourself a loser.
When traveling with your hovercraft, a secure transport will be needed (like a truck with a back end). We never had a ride, so we failed. In the end, we succeeded this project in exultation. Our hover craft works in honor not enforcement.