Now, that's just a funny thing I thought I should share with you guys. Santos Dumount was a Brazilian inventor, he made countless studies and projects on aircrafts, in specific, airplanes and dirigbles. In 1906, he flew the 14-Bis, a revolutionary flying machine, considered by many the inventor of the plane. Then he built another revolutionary aircraft, the Demoiselle, which was mass-produced and changed the aircraft business forever due its speed, practicity and security. The funny thing about him is that Brazilians and french both consider him the actual inventor of the heavier than air aircraft, while the rest of the world thinks of the Wright Brothers as the inventors. In particular, because his aircraft was self-propelled in the air, while the Wright Brother's had to be "launched" in the air to fly [and because Dumount's first flight had more public attention at the time]. Regardless of who came first, the man was a utter genius of the business nonetheless. In fact, he allowed people to take his drawings and schematics free of charge, he believed aircraft would bring a new era of prosperity to humanity, he didn't even mind taking his credit for its creation. Unfortunately, upon seeing his precious flying machines being used in combat, Dumount was overwhelmed with regret and guilt and killed himself, remorseful of how his machines were being used. He was 59 years old at the time. A picture of him. He kinda looked like a sane Nikola Tesla. The man himself flying his legendary aircraft. Just an interesting bit of history I thought you lads would like to know.