By Walt Hickey Spiders Ballooning spiders use wisps of web to take flight and expand into new territory, and have long been a subject of fascination. Physicists have designed a new model to understand the nature of how the webs take flight. When winds are less than 3 meters per second, spiders will shoot out several threads —
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