Because with the events of the last week or so, certain people have lost a LOT of money. Sure, it may not be his fault, but issues like this are sometimes settled...ummm...out of court.
Actually, one of the aviation fuel companies makes a shipment of 115/145 fuel each year for the Reno Air Races...an experimental project could probably get in on that deal.
...as opposed to the rocket belt, which was merely eardrum-breaking...
Well, let's see...
1. With Italy in their orbit, the Germans would have had no problem accessing that airplane.
2. It's not a jet. See, those things on the front are called propellers.
3. The Germans developed a perfectly good high-speed jet fighter of their own. What they did lack was access to exotic materials to give the engines an acceptable service life.
4. The junkyard of aeronautical engineering is full of sexy-looking designs that never flew or were even built. If nobody builds one, there's generally a pretty good reason. Especially in wartime.
...and, I didn't RTFA. Sorry about that.
There are five "magic" numbers, each of which has a unique property: 0, 1, i, e, and pi. And there's an equation that uses each of them exactly once and no other numbers:
e^(i x pi) + 1 = 0
I remember reading about a plane where there was a crawspace so you could do maintenance on engines while in flight.
The B-36 bomber and one or two others.
What itsdapead said. Hot things glow. Very hot things glow very brightly. When that much kinetic energy gets turned into heat, things get very hot indeed.
Turn on a light bulb and watch what the filament does. It's in a vacuum. Do you see any combustibles being burned up? Do you see any light?
Considering the priorities in the news media today, I hope they don't name the crater Bieber...
...We aren't allowed to have Europe-quality Internet access because freedom.
...seems likely someone's home.
The Spaghetti MREs are pretty good after three years.
I know guys who actually like MREs, and bought their own supply for hunting trips after the left the service.
Many sporting-goods stores stock MREs. Not bad compared to a lot of camping food.
I went on a field exercise in 1961 with K-Rats packed in 1943...I'd have been delighted to have MREs.
...and you'll never make another math error.
And somehow we've managed to watch movies in peace for about a hundred years. Shocking.
You're aware the movie sound comes over earphones, right?