Kaldi, why are you still here? Haven't you heard the news?
Seriously?! Then let's go!
Abbas Ibn Firnas is testing his flying machine in Cordoba. Hurry and look!
Oooooo! He might fly faster like a phoenix!
He must be crazy!
While Kaldi was observing and examining what he had done, his neighbor asked him why he was still in his kitchen.
... a thing that can improvise our vision. I also built a models of our revolving universe and reading stones.
I have invented a container with water that shows passage of time...
They talk about the news of a guy from Cordoba named Abbas Ibn Firnas is testing some flying machine on top of the mountain.
... bu to be able to fly and feel the breeze of the wind beneath my arms;
that will be my reason to risk my life.
Kaldi was speculating something about those crushed beans but not too long, they left to see the uproar. They noticed the townspeople's different reactions. Some are chattering with amazement while some are laughing while making fun of the said man.
They hear about how this man named Abbas Ibn Firnas dedicated his life to invent the Clepsydra (water clock), reading stones (magnifying lenses), mechanized planetarium, and his ideas about wanting to fly.
The man announced that he is willing to risk his life to achieve his dream.
The man then fastens himself to his newest invention and start taking off while people are watching beneath him. His invention glided across the winds and made him look like a human-bird.