With biological anti-gravity, of course. Oh, the wings? Just for show.The world now has conclusive, undeniable proof that the late Viktor Grebennikov, unknown Russian entomologist, discovered anti-gravity plates under the wings of an unspecified beetle. The intrepid scientist went on to build a flying machine using these anti-gravity plates, reaching speeds “up to 25 km/sec.” While he was flying, it also made him invisible, caused time distortions, started fires, protected him from wind, moved household objects, and made a mean espresso.
I know what you’re thinking. I didn’t believe it at first either. But then I saw this picture, and I was sold.