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The Pope Criminalizes Leaks

Jason Lind Jesuits know their stuff (266 comments)

The church is finally in good hands. Thank fucking God!

about a year and a half ago
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First Successful Unmanned Drone Landing On an Aircraft Carrier

Jason Lind Re:big whoop (176 comments)

I seriously had this whiteboarded out in front of USAF leadership in 2004, you really think this shit is just happening now?

about a year and a half ago
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First Successful Unmanned Drone Landing On an Aircraft Carrier

Jason Lind Re:big whoop (176 comments)

I mean seriously, you only need to account for the real time space-time relationship of two objects, it doesn't matter how they're moving, the fractal differential equation is the same.

about a year and a half ago
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First Successful Unmanned Drone Landing On an Aircraft Carrier

Jason Lind Re:big whoop (176 comments)

Great observation but i still find the calculations involved trivial.

about a year and a half ago
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First Successful Unmanned Drone Landing On an Aircraft Carrier

Jason Lind Re:just wait... (176 comments)

I still say this happened 5 years ago and is only now being declassified.

about a year and a half ago
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First Successful Unmanned Drone Landing On an Aircraft Carrier

Jason Lind the key is thrust vectoring (176 comments)

You need to eliminate the moving wing parts so the computer controls the thrust and a human can just tell it what to do. The navier-stokes of a well designed craft are easy to program.

about a year and a half ago
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First Successful Unmanned Drone Landing On an Aircraft Carrier

Jason Lind i call bull shit (176 comments)

I drew out this tech in advanced training in 2004 at sheppard afb, this is just them admitting it.

about a year and a half ago

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