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You are a religious nut. For every successful christian country I can name you several failed ones.
Basically the only religion that has a 100% corellation to success is shintoism, and that only because of a sample size of 1.
All the banks in Germany used OS/2 because it was so reliable. And it was rock-stable on my PC, both 3.0 and 4.0.
said the BeOS fanboi. OS/2 was a very stable and reliable operating system, hence it still gets updated to make it run on newer hardware.
the reason why it happens is that some group at google finds a fatal flaw in a project: they didn't write it. so they write a new project with the same functionality, but a different, "cleaner" interface. then the next group finds a fatal flaw in the new project.
issues would be an understatement. iraq of all countries was so angry about the quality of apcs made there that they have returned half of the delivered apcs and cancelled the order.
Ammo ages. When it happens the propellant leaks nitric acid which reacts with the propellant and the casing, heating it up, which accelerates the aging and leads to a positive feedback loop that ultimately causes spontaneous combustion, which was the most probable cause for that explosion in the Ukraine. Think again.
it is far easier to be invisible in a crowd.
Except that it is far easier to be left alone in a big city. in a village everyone knows you and bothers you. in a city even the next door neighbour doesn't give a shit whether you are still amongst the living. I have been renting this flat for 8 years, but I have spoken with other people living in the same house maybe twice.
not that kind of ammo, sorry. mostly tank and howitzer shells, also some tactical ballistic missiles and SAMs. nice fireworks, but nothing you'd want to keep at home.
At higher altitudes turboprops should be also more efficient as an engine because piston engines either lose power to the supercharger or to the less dense air.
that is comparing apples to oranges. a turboprop flying the same speed is more efficient than a piston engine aircraft.
Well, if the student gets Bafoeg - a kind of a half loan half basic income for poor students - then all exams at the university have to be passed on time, otherwise the money flow will stop.
And Czech is difficult enough as it is, no need to make the exams difficult as well
jet engines do have several transmissions - generators, fuel pumps and hydraulics have to be powered somehow. some engines even have geared fans.
You scratch my tape, and I'll scratch yours.