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Comment: Re:How about... (Score 1) 206

by TheDarkMaster (#48018223) Attached to: My toy collection is ...
I have enough "toys" to to invade a small country, does that count?

- Many Fighters (F-22, F-15, Su-37, MiGs, F-117, etc);
- Many helicopters (AH-64 Apache, two Mil Mi-24 Hind-E, Chinook, etc);
- One B1-B Lancer bomber;
- Many tanks;
- Many tank carriers for the tanks (including a M1070 and the M1000 trailer, soon will be two);
- One SR-71 Blackbird to do the strategic recon;
- Two Battleships >:-)

No, I will not tell what is the scale but is greater than 1:72 :-)

Comment: Re:Copter data (Score 1) 92

by TheDarkMaster (#48004345) Attached to: DHL Goes Live With 'Parcelcopter' Drone Delivery Service
Well, medication delivery is just one of many options, you just need to be creative to find other uses. You have a 1.2kg payload capacity and you can go anywhere inside the range of the drone. With this I can delivery food (pizza?), eletronics, mail, pretty much anything that is not too heavy or too large

Comment: Re:why the obsession with thin? (Score 1) 421

by TheDarkMaster (#47986595) Attached to: Users Report Warping of Apple's iPhone 6 Plus
What? Dude, you are mad, dumb or on drugs? Why do you think engineers do not build "ultrathin" bridges, even if they can do them? Because is nonsense! A clear proof that one should not do certain things is exactly the iPhone6 warping with any lateral force, it simply became too thin to have the structural strength required! You never seen before a thin object made of aluminum? Never saw how easy is to fold it and how the object retains the new shape after you stop applying force?

Comment: Re:why the obsession with thin? (Score 1) 421

by TheDarkMaster (#47984419) Attached to: Users Report Warping of Apple's iPhone 6 Plus
I said the same thing in an earlier topic, and one iFan responded by saying that ultrathin is proof of competence in engineering from Apple. Of course he did not understand when I said that a good engineer would have realized the problems that an ultrathin chassi would cause to the phone.

Comment: Re:And they wonder why I block ads... (Score 1) 226

Me too. Why I would allow advertising on my browser when all it does is try to lock the system using all the CPU time for stupid animations or videos, promotes highly questionable "products" such as the infamous "CleanMyPC", or plain and simply try to install hostile programs to take control of my computer?

Comment: Re:Actually against Islam (Score 1) 981

by TheDarkMaster (#47928575) Attached to: ISIS Bans Math and Social Studies For Children
"...Though I can't see how they're still allowed to teach chemistry"

Without it they have no way to make fertilizer bombs to spread the religious mumbo-jumbo of them. Seriously, we can not just surround them with barbed wire and shoot any of them that try to go out spreading this cancer for the rest of the world? where are the atomic bombs when you really need them?

"It is better to have tried and failed than to have failed to try, but the result's the same." - Mike Dennison