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When was the kite invented?
because han hsin the person that invented the kite invented it for the war to keep the evil spirits away
Kites were invented by the Chinese people over 2000 years ago. About in the 12th century, Chinese kites spread to the West which let to Oriental and Western kite culture formi…ng after years of development. In this process, the traditional culture integrated with the Chinese kites craft, and finally formed the kite culture with unique characteristics.
Chinese kites were invented to send messages, carry loads in war, execute prisoners by tying them to a kite, as leisure for the people and to drop leaflets taunting the enemy …over their land, and later bombs. Ancient and medieval Chinese sources list other uses of kites for measuring distances, testing the wind, lifting men, signaling, and communication for military operations.
The first kite was made in China by Mo Di [468-376BC], during the Zhou Dynasty. The first kites to be made from bamboo and silk appeared during the tang Dynasty 618-907BC.
Kiting in RPGs is a process of keeping a monster (mob) at a distance so they can't do damage to you while you (the character) damage it. In WoW the character classes mos…t able to do this are: Hunters, Warlocks, Mages, Priests and Shaman. (Paladins can do it to Undead, Rogues don't they use stun-lock, Warriors don't have anything for distance.) Hunters use freezing and frost traps to keep anything at bay, scare beast to kite beasts. Warlocks use fear on any mobs. Priests use psychic scream on mobs. Mages use a modified version; frost bolt slows the mob and if some special abilities proc, freeze a target before it ever gets to them, giving the mage time to damage it or teleport away. Shaman can drop a totem that slows the mob down and they can attack from a distance or run as needed.
No. A kite is a quadrilateral that has two pairs of adjacent equal sides (upper/lower). In a parallelogram, the opposite sides are equal in length. A kite can be…come a parallelogram in the degenerate case of a rhombus, where the upper and lower sides are equal. This also applies to square kites. No but they are both 4 sided quadrilaterals
William Allison in the 1950's but wasn't patenet until 1954. In 1954 Frank Scott modified it by adding teo vents (holes) for stability.
to scare of the enemies in ancient china around 1000 B.C.
No, a parallelogram is not a kite. The parallelogram has two sets of parallel sides. The kite has no parallel sides. That's a disqualifier.
china The earliest known kite was from 2300 B.C. they were invented in China No one can tell for sure where the first kite was made. The is no doubt that the kite origin…ated in Asia but if China claims to have the most ancient writings about kites, the Malay people (nowadays spread mainly in an area comprising Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines, are actually just as likely, or even more likely, to have invented the kite. As seafarers, their knowledge of the wind, lines and sails materials was much greater than that of the Chinese. Even before paper was invented, in areas where fabric was not available or too costly, the most ancient types of kites may have had sails made from large single or assembled leaves, or from any other woven natural material similar to those used for making boat sails. The tradition for making these kites is still alive in Indonesia nowadays, notably in Sulawesi and Lombok islands. In many aspects the kite traditions of the Malay are more diverse and stronger than those of the Chinese. This is why, although there will never be any real evidence, some kite experts believe the kite first appeared in South East Asia rather than in mainland China.
Initially they were used to measure wind and weather conditions. People saw the fun of flying kites so they became popluar for fun. some kites were also used for fishing, too!…
So that it can fly better the tail helps the kite balance better as well
The kite comes to us from the Chinese. They were flying them some 2800 years ago. A link can be found below. The kite was invented in China by Mozi and Lu Ban
Answer:in addition to the child's toy named kite, there is a bird named the 'kite.' Kites are mostly carrion eaters (already dead bodies like buzzards and crows) but sometim…es eat rodents, snakes and other small live prey. Answer:A kite or (deltoid) is a quadrilateral with two pairs of sides. But the key is how they're assembled to make the kite. Each pair is connected at the ends, and then the "other" ends of each connected pair is connected together. The shape that results is that of the traditional kite that is used as a tethered flying device. A link is provided below if you'd like to see a picture. The Chinese used the kite as a sign in the military. A kite is a bird, a shape or an object flown during a festival in India called makar sankranti.
They made kites so in thunder storms we can put a key on the end and electricute ourselves. No one really knows Why the kite was invented as we don't know when the first …kite was invented. The first written account of a kite is of it being used for lifting a man into the air in Chinca in BC300. However, kites made from leaves are used by several tribes in Indonesia and Polynesia and are used for fishing. The kite is used to hold the fishing line aloft so fish can be caught out to sea. In Taiwan the Ami people also made leaf kites probably their kites were to scare people or for religious reasons as they belive(d?) that spirts inhabited many unusual objects.
Quoted from Wikipedia: Kites were used approximately 2,800 years ago in China...