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- 10 Jul 2002 19:32
- Forum: Nuclear Issues Archive
- Topic: Seismology for Dummies: Guesstimating nuke test yields
- Replies: 150
- Views: 33706
First of all I do not recall anywhere it being said that double explosions were a first for POK-2. The thread is full of unsubstantiated innuendos. It can be said however that there are not that many articles analysing such explosions. However, since there are so many "seismic experts" on this threa...
The scientific reporting in India is just<BR>stupid. A few days ago The Hindu ran an article about how a learned professor Thomas Vaddakan had successfully trisected an<BR>"impossible angle" of 60 degrees. Apparently<BR>this misguided soul was going to send his paper to the American Math. Society. T...
- 23 Apr 2001 08:07
- Forum: Military History Archive
- Topic: Supreme Valour: IA Units in World War II
- Replies: 115
- Views: 48720
Mr Zaki,<BR>Hope you checked your facts. 2nd battalion,<BR>5th Mahratta LI, is the famous Kali Panchwin<BR>or black 5th. This battalion won battle honors in Keren in Burma in WW2 and then was in Japan for about 5 years after the end of hostilities. An Internet search under Kali<BR>Panchwin will reve...
- 17 Jan 2001 22:42
- Forum: Mil-Tech Archive
- Topic: News, Reports and Analysis: LCA
- Replies: 154
- Views: 42856
Here are some questions:<BR>1. Is Whitcomb's area ruling and Whitcomb's<BR>supercritical wing outdated concepts in modern fighter design?<BR>2.Does the area ruling concept play a particularly important role in the transonic regime? where most likely most combat action does take place, or across the ...