The most sensitive part of a modern aircraft wing is just aft of the leading edge where the flow makes the transition from subsonic to transonic. Having even 'frosting' in this area can destroy all lift from a wing so they are liberally sprayed with gelatinous treatments that are specially formulated to melt any ice that forms from rain or snow while the aircraft is static, yet become sufficiently diluted during the take off to be washed of the wing for flight.
Once airborne, the problem becomes one of thermal balance and heat is supplied to the wing leading edges using engine bleed air.
The bugs don't affect icing and so far, no coating has been found that cna get rid of ice under all conditions mandated by the FAA.
1. Massive clickbait to sell to advertisers.
2. Not a single positive comment from their contributors.
It's a sad situation that I come to this site to read the insights of fellow slashdotters, from whom I have learned a great deal, when my visit is earning money for a set of cynical pondlife amoeba like Dice. I guess I'm going to spend more time on stack from now on.
Markin hastened to add that he is, of course, not suggesting that NASA faked the moon landings and just filmed the events in a studio.
I just came here to say, f*ck right the way off, waaaay over there, whoever is peddling this old crap. sheesh.
Could this be used for civilian airports? Most definitely!
No it couldn't.
Technically it could be built, of course, but all it will do is save a few metres of runway. It won't affect the amount of fuel an aircraft has to carry nor the thrust its engines have to produce. I don't even want to think about the failure modes....
So long as we can still buy real hard copies of the music such as CD, download or even vinyl then we retain personal control over our collections. I can imagine that in the future new music will only be available on DRM-corrupted streaming services and we will have no choice but to subscribe to one or another of them.
at 40 it's pretty much over
because it quite clearly doesn't have to be if you're sensible.
That said, training for a 3-hour marathon at age 49 took a heck of a lot more out of me than it did at age 30; entropy has its way in the end, you're right about that.
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Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature. -- Rich Kulawiec