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Would it be possible for humans to fly with mechanical wings?

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This is something I'm thinking about. Now, these would be wings that are not powered by the person themself, since we do not have the strength for it (and I don't want to use legs). They'd be powered by a battery, and have a set of movements coded. Left, right, gliding, sensors, everything. Made out of the most light-weight materials. Now, humans are heavy, yes, but with properly designed wings for our body shape and weight, do you believe this is possible?

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