It absolutely is, and I am not an expert in any way at all ever. Time will tell.
I took those screen caps a few days ago. It seems they may have been deleted.
Actually, the name similar to the co-pilot is still listed but will be removed soon.
Assuming the plane was intentionally diverted, wouldn't running on one engine almost half the amount of fuel used? And a 777 with a half load of fuel on one engine would fly right around 29,500ft, as mentioned in a few articles.
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Any E34 love on oppo? 228k and counting.
Am I the only one who feels like there was probably enough material for a third hour? I wanted to see more bridge cock-ups, struggling over the mountains, and the general buffoonery that is typical of these specials. I also wanted to know what caused the delaying of the special. There was supposed to have been a… Read more
As a New Yorker, hater of New Jersey, and a Tesla stock owner, WE DON'T NEED TO SELL NO STINKIN CARS IN JERSEY.
$50-60k is too much for a body on frame car using a 20 year old Ford engine and a 4?!? speed automatic? That's the old Mustang GT power-train. Looking at pictures of the interior, it doesn't seem to be more than regular Ford grade plastic and the old version of their radio/hvac stack, maybe from the old Escape? Read more
What is this? A plane for ants?
Is such a thing even possible?
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My favorite part was 1982's use of an "in car camera machine."
I too have seen Denver's Bugatti.
It could possibly pick up radio beacons used for air traffic to triangulate a position and generally point you in the right direction towards a destination. It wouldn't be the best system, but it's possible with the technology available back then.