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2016-11-17 Aeronautical Engineering - Perpetual Motion Machines:

No, you do not have a perpetual motion machine because it requires a battery for power that gets depleted. In short, the motion is not perpetual.    Perpetual motion is impossible because all moving systems

2016-11-13 Military Policy & Weapons - CIA-JSOC-President meeting in novel:

Giulia:    Wow. What a plot you have there! Let me see if I can break down the decision-making a bit to enhance the verisimilitude.    First, in the scenario you outline, I would favor a "covert" vs a

2016-11-09 Careers: Military--Army, Navy, Airforce, Marines - Single Parent in the military...problem:

LARue,    By military do you mean Army?  Is this an officer program or enlisted?  I''m not aware of many programs that do not permit someone from having dependents.  I think the issue is that she had no

2016-10-31 Aeronautical Engineering - design a wing with minimum drag coefficient:

All aerodynamics are now done with computer simulators. Once the design is narrowed, wind tunnel tests are done to confirm the computer data.    The easiest way to experiment with airfoils is to use one

2016-10-28 Military Policy & Weapons - Books on Foreign Affairs:

Henrique:    Following are some excellent books written by American military officers and civilian officials that I can highly recommend:      Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War Paperback  by Robert M


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