How do wings work

@inproceedings{Babinsky2003HowDW,
  title={How do wings work},
  author={Holger Babinsky},
  year={2003}
}
The popular explanation of lift is common, quick, sounds logical and gives the correct answer, yet also introduces misconceptions, uses a nonsensical physical argument and misleadingly invokes Bernoulli's equation. A simple analysis of pressure gradients and the curvature of streamlines is presented here to give a more correct explanation of lift. 

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