Originally Posted by bjr_93tz
I can, because a well designed and trimmed FF glider will react to turbulance to hopefully turn away from sink and turn into lift. The turbulance that you get when the wind picks up a bit can/will confuse it. FF planes are built crooked and bent with funny warps for this reason.
That is a very interesting idea, not only from the perspective of this forum, but also relating to riding thermals. This idea is new to me and I would like to know more. What do you make crooked in order for the glider to turn into thermals?