Worked so well for Argentina.
Current account has gone down the shitter though, but can't blame Labour for North Sea gas decline any more than you can praise Thatcher for it's rise and the consequent results.
I find it funny how much all that sounds like the UK exit "plans" from the EU.
Sure, when you have to race to the bottom.
The standard Surface line, or in other words the "we want to be Apple line" is the problem.
I'm not sure if this is true.
Definitely not for the coherent bit, trying to setup a second equally long beam path to be able to do interferometry would be an absolute pain and a half (needs to be pretty much exactly as long, coherence length of lasers is never going to be large enough to be able to interfere it without path length matching). Much easier to just intensity modulate the laser and measure the doppler shift of the modulating signal.
Not sure about the angle either, the window won't have much diffuse reflection
If they can place the laser at an angle where they can see more than the ceiling then any rigid object needs countermeasures, not just the outside window.
Easy to play? I guess you guys don't use the initiative rules as written
I meant would.
Its not like Germany was really disarmed after WW1 and without occupation the limits on their military could hardly be relied upon. They simply left Germany far too powerful after WW1.
If stopping Germany would have been a minor effort at that point the French could have done it themselves.
Whatever PPI is necessary to make it invisible.
Don't even need to get much subwavelength, half wavelength is already enough for a 180 degree viewing angle.
That said, materials which can do this are hardly new
Some real work goes into perfecting the taste of snake oil medicine as well
Well Intel still makes microprocessors and Microchip still makes microcontrollers in the US.
If you want ARM ST makes micros in Europe which is an ally, oh wait