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  #21  
Old October 18th 10, 04:16 PM posted to misc.writing,alt.religion.kibology,rec.aviation.piloting
Ari Silverstein
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On Mon, 18 Oct 2010 07:31:58 -0700 (PDT), Mark wrote:

I don't work. I invest and invent.


Yes, you're quite the inventor allrighty. In the last two days you
have claimed to have invented...

-Polymer exchange membrane fuel cells
-the Rolls Royce "RR 500"
-"Gap FJX-2" diesel
-Dedicated SW reading compass for your solar panel installs.

I'm impressed. Anyone else? lol
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  #22  
Old October 18th 10, 05:31 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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Default Why are turbos rare?

On Oct 18, 8:29*am, Mark wrote:
On Oct 17, 9:36*pm, wrote:





Mark wrote:
Because electric airplanes are soon to
replace the fossil fueled redneck planes.


If by soon you mean maybe in 50 years or so.


http://energysavinggadgets.net/world...-airplane/2009....


Oh, wow, a single place airplane that can fly for all of 2 hours.


Whoopee.


Electric planes will replace internal combustion
airplanes.


Not in the lifetime of anyone old enough to read this.


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Polymer exchange membrane fuel cells:http://auto.howstuffworks.com/fuel-e...ve-fuels/fuel-...


More specifically, your hydrogen is easily
obtained by even the poorest of solar panels.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-M9V...eature=related

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Old October 18th 10, 05:38 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
Ari Silverstein
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On Mon, 18 Oct 2010 09:31:20 -0700 (PDT), Mark wrote:

Mark


Why aren't you at work?
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Old October 18th 10, 06:26 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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a wrote:
On Oct 17, 9:57*am, Ron Wanttaja wrote:
On 10/17/2010 2:54 AM, Mxsmanic wrote:

Why do turbocharged piston props seem to be so rare/unfavored? Don't they
provide a substantial advantage over normally aspirated engines?


More expensive to buy, more expensive to maintain, more prone to
problems. *Key issues for a private buyer. *For a business purchase, the
advantages are mostly ephemeral (arrive fifteen minutes earlier,
smoother ride over weather) and are hard to use to justify the
additional expense.

Ron Wanttaja


The reality is, no one has scaled a turbo down to where it might
replace an IO 360 or IO 540.


There are turbine engines as small as a pound or so.

The reality is the flight profile of smaller GA aircraft is not a good fit
to how a turbine works best, i.e. sustained flight at altitude.


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Old October 18th 10, 06:31 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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Mark wrote:
On Oct 17, 9:36*pm, wrote:
Mark wrote:
Because electric airplanes are soon to
replace the fossil fueled redneck planes.


If by soon you mean maybe in 50 years or so.

http://energysavinggadgets.net/world...-airplane/2009...


Oh, wow, a single place airplane that can fly for all of 2 hours.

Whoopee.

Electric planes will replace internal combustion
airplanes.


Not in the lifetime of anyone old enough to read this.

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Polymer exchange membrane fuel cells:
http://auto.howstuffworks.com/fuel-e...fuel-cell2.htm


Let us know when you can run any vehicle on a press release.

At least you've switched your naive hopes from batteries to a technology
that might actually someday be viable as a practical energy source for
vehicles.

BTW, aren't you supposed to be installing solar energy systems?


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Old October 18th 10, 06:35 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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Mark wrote:
On Oct 18, 8:29*am, Mark wrote:
On Oct 17, 9:36*pm, wrote:





Mark wrote:
Because electric airplanes are soon to
replace the fossil fueled redneck planes.


If by soon you mean maybe in 50 years or so.


http://energysavinggadgets.net/world...-airplane/2009...


Oh, wow, a single place airplane that can fly for all of 2 hours.


Whoopee.


Electric planes will replace internal combustion
airplanes.


Not in the lifetime of anyone old enough to read this.


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Jim Pennino


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Polymer exchange membrane fuel cells:http://auto.howstuffworks.com/fuel-e...ve-fuels/fuel-...


More specifically, your hydrogen is easily
obtained by even the poorest of solar panels.


Typical naive comment; it is techincally easy to obtain hydrogen though not
particularly cheap to do so and a giant pain in the butt to collect, store,
and transport.

As usual, no sense whatsoever for the big picture, much like your thinking
that Part 141 schools are the entirety of flight training.


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Old October 18th 10, 06:37 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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Mark wrote:
On Oct 17, 9:36*pm, wrote:
Mark wrote:
Because electric airplanes are soon to
replace the fossil fueled redneck planes.


If by soon you mean maybe in 50 years or so.

http://energysavinggadgets.net/world...-airplane/2009...


Oh, wow, a single place airplane that can fly for all of 2 hours.

Whoopee.


It will fly for 20 hours by using the proven battery
technology which has already been developed at
the Univ. of Maryland. The "self-assembly" prevalent
with nanoengineering was achieved with the M13
tobacco virus, creating an energy density ten times
that of a lithium ion battery.


You mean it will fly powered by a breathless press release and doesn't
need a battery that is actually in production?


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Old October 18th 10, 09:17 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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On Oct 19, 6:35*am, wrote:

Typical naive comment; it is techincally easy to obtain hydrogen though not
particularly cheap to do so and a giant pain in the butt to collect, store,
and transport.


The Zeppelin was an example of hydrogen and aviation not mixing
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Old October 18th 10, 09:41 PM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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On Mon, 18 Oct 2010 13:17:48 -0700 (PDT), george wrote:

The Zeppelin was an example of hydrogen and aviation not mixing


Yeah, what a memory. There we were, shoulder to shoulder my hands in
my pants, on the football field, even though it was before a baseball
game, packed in like sardines. Me, my teddy bear and soon-to-be-dead
Tiger Boy, my pussycat.

The smell of cannabis filled the air. I don't smoke, it draws out my
manic depression.

This special night was different from the Grand Funk Railroad or the
Three Dog Night or Liberace concerts I never attended there. In my
mind, I was. On the football field, where they were awaiting to play
a Braves game. In May when NFL football didn't play.

1973 National Football League season
Regular season
Duration *September 16, 1973 - December 16, 1973*

https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikiped...973_NFL_season

At one point the lights went total black-out, then suddenly the entire
room and immediate area (closet) were drenched in blue light. I began
to sing "My Room" by the Beach Boys because I sure as **** wasn't at
Fulton County Stadium on May 4th, 1973.

Nothing but blue. Next came the "smoke" of dry ice. It was like London
fog in blue. I guess, never been out of South Carolina, The
Mississippi of the East.

Yes it was "Stairway to Heaven" time. Boy was I suprised
at what came next. Tiger Boy jumped on my Philco and killed the
turntable. this was the day I decided to kill him.

Suddenly I released hundreds and hundreds of white fleas! It didn't
quite work out as planned. Except for the few that momentarilly
circled, they basically just flew away. **** me again.

But there was no disappointment. Those first few notes of
"Stairway" took us where I needed to be. Up the stairs to the cool
breasts of my Mommy.

There, in the moment listening to the most famous song in the world. I
turned and looked at my Mommy, Judy ( "Judy blue eyes"), and she
said...

"Mark, get your goddamned hands off my tits and go to sleep. You have
school in the morning".

my son is a freak

Mark

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Old October 19th 10, 12:03 AM posted to rec.aviation.piloting
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Default Why are turbos rare?

On Oct 18, 1:31*pm, wrote:
Mark wrote:
On Oct 17, 9:36*pm, wrote:
Mark wrote:
Because electric airplanes are soon to
replace the fossil fueled redneck planes.


If by soon you mean maybe in 50 years or so.


http://energysavinggadgets.net/world...-airplane/2009....


Oh, wow, a single place airplane that can fly for all of 2 hours.


Whoopee.


Electric planes will replace internal combustion
airplanes.


Not in the lifetime of anyone old enough to read this.


--
Jim Pennino


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Polymer exchange membrane fuel cells:
http://auto.howstuffworks.com/fuel-e...ve-fuels/fuel-...


Let us know when you can run any vehicle on a press release.


Ha ha! Let you know when fuel cells run cars? Heh!
Guess you haven't hear about Iceland.

At least you've switched your naive hopes from batteries to a technology
that might actually someday be viable as a practical energy source for
vehicles.


No, the batteries have already been invented. They
just haven't been manufactured for consumers yet.

BTW, aren't you supposed to be installing solar energy systems?


No sir, I never said that at all. I accepted a partnership
which allows me to see the development and
implementation of cutting edge technology, as
my proof of concept mass marketing model
described. I don't fool with micromanagement of
labor. That's what the people who work under
partner do.

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