I wonder how much energy has been burned up by this sloppy code. Thanks Microsoft.
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I've never heard of such a place. Perhaps you mean Derry?
Linus is being an asshole. He may be right, but he's still being an asshole. Don't confuse the two.
I think you meant charts, not maps. There's a difference.
>> The power curves were incredible and the engines left the Saturn V in the dust
Not really. The Saturn V was the most powerful engine ever built. It consisted of five F-1 rocket engines, each of which is more powerful than all three SSMEs(Space Shuttle Main Engines).
That's most surprising.
You question why the computers would be programmed to prevent a stall in a diving aircraft. Obviously you have only a superficial knowledge of aerodynamics. Stalls occur when the wing exceeds its critical angle of attack, this can happen in a climb, a dive, a turn or straight and level flight.