epa02685283 Veit Wunderlich hovers above the Spree River in front of the Koepenick Palace with a Jetlev-Flyer strapped to his back in Berlin, Germany, 13 April 2011. The machine makes people fly by pumping water through a hose via an aero engine. EPA/TIM BRAKEMEIER
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