You can google it or I will give you the quick review of the plot: : Man made devices can change over time. Airplanes that fly in cold weather can have certain problems accelerate. And people can die.trialsman said:Hal,
Didn't see that movie. What were the issues?
I think it was "No Highway in the Sky."Hal @ Honda Direct Line said:
"No Highway" was the prime title.Leonard said:I think it was "No Highway in the Sky."Hal @ Honda Direct Line said:
The one I am thinking of is where the aircraft model was having problems with the tail failing.
Thank you Hal,Hal @ Honda Direct Line said:
Cheap bastards... no if's and or but's... that's the bottom line!Nando said:Why do you think people would want to find some other alternative to the present tires?
I do not!azblackbird said:Cheap bastards... no if's and or but's... that's the bottom line!Nando said:Why do you think people would want to find some other alternative to the present tires?
Why else would somebody take a perfectly good motorcycle (that handles reasonably well) and totally f**k it up by adding a car tire, if they couldn't save a buck on regular motorcycle tires.
These same people probably recycle their toilet paper :roll:
Wikipedia said:Truthiness is a satirical term invented by Stephen Colbert in reference to the quality by which a person claims to know something intuitively, instinctively, or "from the gut" without regard to evidence, logic, intellectual examination, or actual facts.
ROTFLMAO!!tomfranken said:I want to know what the actual measurements of the contact patchs, what tires were used to create the patches, what the air preasure was, what the turn angle and speed were, etc. I bet if you track down the author, you'd find out he had an artist draw out the patches based on some guess backed up by no actual observations. The practice is known as "dry-labbing your data".