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damit, Scott! i told you, do not angle the wheels sideways. it makes your airplane twitchy on the ground.

i have landed massive things going over 200m/s. the key to proper landing is sideways stiffness and perfectly aligned wheels.
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i am wondering how many times you tried each part. jet powered vtols are a pain to control (i am guessing that is why you doubled them with rockets and some rcs)
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Jet power alone is horrible but pairing the jets with rockets gets rid of most of the throttle lag. I'm not trying to sound big but I don't remember the building taking a huge number of takes. (I've done land docking on Kerbin a few times now, plus a bit of space building here and there.) :D

SHERPA - Utility Drop Ship - The Cupcake's Cup Challenge...
KSP Hanukkah Special, Oy Vey!

The most tricky part though was the second stage which gave the ship quite a nasty pendulum effect, plus the full size docking adaptor has a weak magnetic pull relative to its size.
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congrats. now you gave me fucking nightmares for the entire 2014
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i am glad that they are ok, but i did laugh my ass of. =)) a house in my region is made from bricks with reinforced concrete frame and we don't have tornadoes. that is not a house, that is a cabin.
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+Connor Cowlick Hill how much does a house like that costs in the US?
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the mean molecular weight of air is ~28.97, CO2 is 44 thus CO2 is heavier than air and allot heavier than water which is 18. relative concentration of CO2 actually drops with height. true, it is "close" to linear but a linear relative to a highly exponential drop of air density. absolute density on the other hand has an even higher exponential decrease over elevation. your assumption that CO2 has the same concentration is not quite valid. and water vapor actually reaches bit further up and it's concentration attenuation is not as pronounced. basic physics on a macroscopic scale.

reality is exactly as you portrait it. turbulence, currents, uneven distributions, but for some reason you actually think CO2 is fixed in time and space and does not move in the atmosphere, it doesn't get absorbed by cold water, precipitation, plants - most notably algae, released from oceans and microorganisms. no. it is just as dynamic.

lets make a scientific mistake and analyze the hardest hitting CO2 versus the thinnest humidity and lets assume, that you are right and CO2 can actually reach as far up as water.

the lowest concentration you mentioned on the surface is 0.2% (two tenth of a percent). i assume this is mass based.

the highest measurement of CO2 i could find is 650ppm (parts per million) - i assume this is mole fraction i don't want to nerf it by using mass fraction. 650 CO2 molecules have a total atomic mass of 28600u (650*44). 1 000 000 particles of air weigh 28970000u. so the mass based ratio against DRY (another buff) air is 28600u*100/28970000u. and that is 0.098%.

keep in mind that the CO2 loves to dissolve in cold liquid water and de-gas in hot water. so i put together the measurements inside most probably a chimney against water in a place where even CO2 is the thinnest. and you still have at least 2x lowest possible concentration of water at the surface.

the global values are somewhere around 0.403% water and 0.039% CO2 (both are volume based)

couple that, with the radiation bands (they are not thin spikes as in your image) of vapor, reflectivity of ice and droplets, absorption of droplets, so on and so on. not to mention that size of the droplets/crystals is a major factor. it is quite clear that water is by far the main transmission of this machine, and the engine is the Sun (which has a weather of it's own)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Solar_Spectrum.png ;)

now, if CO2 can be a "trigger" or not, that remains to be seen. so far i did not find any valid argument.
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the condensation trails on the wingtips are pretty shot and quite straight hinting for very low turbulence. that is something you want to have for a low altitude plane, i am guessing that one of the classified performance feature is extremely low flight
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not quite - actually as more we explain there is more out there what we can attribute to god. each explanation tends to open up more questions.

"god does not play dice with the universe" a quote from a person who stopped questioning for 1 second.
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definitely inviting them to sing at my local church
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they look the same,.. except the potato anti-aliasing on the 360
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Bomber Tactics: do the exact opposite what this guy does, fly low as possible and do not suicide
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