Pellegrine wrote:The real loser is the American patient.
What else should I consider for a day of spotting? In general at this time of year, through the winter and early spring, you want to be shooting facing north. Locations: Imperial Hill (located on Imperial Ave, just south of Imperial Highway) - south side takeoffs and rollouts. Light will be good mo...Jump to post
extender wrote:This isn't about poll taxes or keeping people of color from voting.
Q1. Formula for Moment about the aerodynamic center = Cmac q s c (Cmac = moment coefficient, q = dynamic pressure, s = surface area, c = chord). I understand that moment = f x d so, distance has to be there hence why chord is in the formula. However, why is it not the distance from the AC to the ce...Jump to post
I've pretty much never heard of anyone getting ticketed for going less than 10 MPH over the speed limit, so yes I do think its harsh and several other people agree with me. Again, the speed limit makes a difference. In my experience, people don't go 90 in 80mph zones. Just keep it to 85 and you'll ...Jump to post
The Best Setting For A Window Air Conditioner Is Actually Medium Cool / Medium Fan Speed I've often wondered about that, though the answer doesn't surprise me. I've always assumed that a high fan speed will not cool the air as much (though I still use it sometimes). That said, is this based on a st...Jump to post
FlapOperator wrote:Honestly, I bet your limitation would end up being tire speed.
convair880mfan wrote:I wonder if all jetliners are capable of this?
Individuals found to have violated the law would have to pay $10,000 to the person who successfully brings such a suit So not only can you sue, but you'll get awarded "damages", even though you were not by any means damaged. Banning abortions after only 6 weeks is completely and utterly r...Jump to post
Start Slowly, and warm up more. Stretch a bit. A good and long warm-up before workouts can have a very positive effect on your body. I agree wholeheartedly with these comments. Whenever I work out (whether it's exercise bike, treadmill, swimming, or jogging around the neighborhood), I always do a 5...Jump to post
TWA772LR wrote:People that consume dihydrogen monoxide have a 100% death rate.
Oddly enough, I though Aaron Rodgers was great. More understated but kept the game moving. Mike Richards was fine as a host, but obviously problematic for other reasons. LeVar Burton was, unfortunately, not good as guest host. Mayim Bialik was good, as was David Faber and a few others. I'm still get...Jump to post
If you look at the velocities of true explosives and deflagrating fuels, the line is very broad—orders of magnitude. I think you're still talking about detonation velocity versus deflagration velocity. And there's certainly a clear line there - the speed of sound in the material. But again, low exp...Jump to post
GalaxyFlyer wrote:It’s burning fuel, not detonating it.
Why does the term girlfriend get silly when you are in your 60s? Makes no sense, she is your girlfriend. I've always found the term "girlfriend" to sound....high-school-ish, for lack of a better descriptor. Once I turned somewhere around 30, it just seemed like a stupid term to use. lucky...Jump to post
Maybe he returned to make the 911 call more compatible with his narrative. What does that have to do with shooting the guy? Maybe, when he returned while relating the events on the phone, he had some kind of PTSD thing occur and thought the threat was real again. I'll certainly concede that as a po...Jump to post
Ok, you’re the prosecutor. Prove that the driver did not know the guy was dead. That seems fairly simple. Did he get out of the car and check for vitals? If not, then he doesn't know the guy is dead. And, he doesn’t know if he’s alive either…Schrodinger’s body? You know, after I made that statement...Jump to post
Not by ordinary means. Chest compressions can also push blood through the newly made punctures. After a lethal force encounter, you need to notify the authorities, and ask for medical assistance. As a lay-person, you are not required to provide any life saving measures(Especially if you made him le...Jump to post
There are other factors---movement, color of skin, size of the blood puddle, where the holes are in the body, etc. Some of those can give an indication that a person MAY be dead. Heck, even if he checked vitals, that only indicates that a person is currently clinically dead. People can be revived.Jump to post
fr8mech wrote:Ok, you’re the prosecutor. Prove that the driver did not know the guy was dead.
Well, the reason for saying that a bass has 4 strings is pretty simple. Almost every worthwhile bass-player, the phanteon of great bass-lines, all the best pocket-players, all the best counterpoint bass-lines are done on/utilize 4-string basses. As a music producer, if a Bassplayer walks in the stu...Jump to post
Basses has 4 strings. You may not know this, but if you play the middle 4 strings on a 6-string bass, they're the same strings as on a 4-string bass! That's just a hint for whenever it is you decide to expand your counting vocabulary beyond the number 4. Those were just octaves. More or less just a...Jump to post
Been playing bass for probably 15 years now. Also play drums and guitar, but find that bass is a nice combo of rhythm and melody. quad-string bandit. I am deeply offended, as I play 5- and 6-string basses (I don't even own a 4-string... :blush: ) Some bass players who have been influential to me to ...Jump to post
I just feel Simone Biles isn't going to do something like this unless something is really amiss. I actually think something deeper is going on. She isn't like Osaka IMO. Have any evidence for that? This is part of the reason mental health issues still have stigma. I believe this person, but not thi...Jump to post
Funny coincidence, I was at that game as well. Ah, so you can understand the pain of Hanley Ramirez throwing a stupid, errant throw to home plate that allowed the Angels to score and win. Have to agree, for a game that’s so statistics driven it’s a disadvantage for relief pitchers starting extra in...Jump to post
OPS superseded batting average in importance awhile ago. I agree that it's not a good change for the game overall. Cody Bellinger of the Dodgers is hitting .160 and still playing every day Back in the day that would get you sent to AAA no matter how well you covered ground in CF. His OPS is .556 (r...Jump to post
Interestingly enough, when I was passing through Memphis the speed limit was only 55 MPH but almost all off the traffic was moving at a speed near 80. More support for my experience: Speed Limit - Fast Lane Traffic Speed 55 - 80 65 - 80-85 75 - 80-85 80 - 80-85 I should have mentioned that I also s...Jump to post
Then we have different definitions of loyalty. Loyalty is more than belief or opinions, you demonstrate loyalty by what you do, not what you think. And get rid of those loyal to CCP by making it illegal to come work or study here and report back to CCP and the like. So you're saying that when I tra...Jump to post
Two days, doing 15-18mph over the limit on I-90 in Massachusetts, rolling along with most traffic, I was passed by a State Trooper, no lights, cruising, doing, at least, 90. I was given a warning a few years ago for 54 in a 40, very rural, empty road. 8 over is harsh. That's very typical in MA. Can...Jump to post
This happened on I-10 in rural Texas somewhere between El Paso & San Antonio. I was going 88 and the speed limit was 80. It was during the day, the weather was clear, and there was no construction around. I did not do anything to piss the cop off, and in fact the total dialogue was very minimal...Jump to post
A moment of silence is not, a moment for prayer, maybe. Good luck with that argument, given what the governor himself stated: “The idea that you can just push God out of every institution and be successful, I’m sorry, our Founding Fathers did not believe that,” DeSantis said, shortly before signing...Jump to post
Newark727 wrote:Last week I went to a night photoshoot at the Southern California Railway Museum - never done anything like this before, but it was great fun.
phatfarmlines wrote:Good on his fellow GOP members to object. I'd like to see more of that coming from that party
I'm not sure the thrust lever change override really did much - looks and sounds like the airplane contacted the runway about a second later, just when you can hear the engines start spooling up.Jump to post
My only complaint is that when it came to birds, there were a lot of situations where the lens would focus on the wrong thing, or not focus on the birds face. Are you using multiple AF points? Try using a single AF point, and place it squarely on the area you want in focus. I am using the center po...Jump to post
Lift is reduced in a climb only assuming a constant AoA at the same speed. Unless you're just doing a very small climb, you'd point the nose up to increase AoA. Since AoA is increased, lift increases in your typical climb. More lift means more drag, which is offset by thrust. The engine is part of ...Jump to post
speedbird52 wrote:My only complaint is that when it came to birds, there were a lot of situations where the lens would focus on the wrong thing, or not focus on the birds face.
Trimeresurus wrote:Considering that they don't even flare at touchdown. How is it so that at that attitude and speed, the lift can't overcome the weight? And why doesn't that lead to a stall but to a controlled descent?
How is the Gen 1 Canon 100-400L in comparison to the 70-200? I know it is slower, and the zoom is clunky, but considering I intend to do wildlife photography when not planespotting it would probably make sense for me to have the range available. Sample photos of the lens look pretty decent to me as...Jump to post
Most of our house has pretty standard warm white - couldn't tell you the temperature, but probably 3000 - 4000K or thereabouts. Exception is the kitchen and bathroom, which both have recessed LED lights in the ceiling, and for which I purposely bought 6000 K (I think) lights. I love them, especially...Jump to post
36 replies and no one asked if the trucks will be pink?
Glancing at your phone while driving too fast on a unknown road it all you need. Glancing at your phone while driving the speed limit on a known road is all you need. I swear, based on what I've seen in the last 5-10 years, being on your phone while driving has to be 10 times more unsafe than drunk...Jump to post
lightsaber wrote:Where he crashed is local for myself. I will neither confirm nor deny it is a fun place to drive fast.
My local camera shop is quoting 800 dollars for a used Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L I would not pay $800 for a used EF 70-200 F/4L, unless it was the IS version. I bought my non-IS version for about $500 used. It's a fantastic lens; great quality through the range and extremely sharp, and just about the ...Jump to post
I guess I'll be the one person here saying "good for her". I mean, this doesn't affect my life in the slightest, so there's no reason to get upset over it. And frankly, while a set of playing cards is hardly a major factor, it is one of a million things that very subtly reinforces inequali...Jump to post
I wholeheartedly agree with this, but mostly because the President (and the other members of the government) should be legislating for the future of the country and citizens. My opinion: at the start of your term, you should be between 35 (the current minimum age) and 55. I'm also in favor of age ra...Jump to post