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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: HELP - My missile wont work!
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Date: Sun, 29 Dec 2002 12:22:11 +1100
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"Andrew VK3BFA" wrote in message
> But this subject is a bit more serious, and I would in all seriousness
> ask people to think about the implications of these sort of queries -
> it seems a bit strange that some college somewhere would set this as a
> project question.
** Not strange at all. It is done to provoke interest from the
Ballistics is a topic in applied math - guess where all that came
> And yes, I probably am paranoid, and would be most greatfull if
> someone could show me I am a total nutter on this subject.
** See my "ironic" post today. Everything is dangerous, Andrew.
Did you realise that 767's make nice cruise missiles - some
> Think about this next time you get on a plane and its doing its slow,
> lumbering takeoff run.........
** Could be a bomb in someone's hand luggage or a loose bolt
Loose bolts are the worst.
And old hams.
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