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Old October 23 2012, 07:02 PM   #112
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Re: Warp Drive May Be More Feasible Than Thought, Scientists Say

The Castellan wrote: View Post
And I won't take seriously an organization like NASA first because they can't even convert metric to English
Okay, that was back in 1999 (Mars Climate Orbiter). You do realize that people *learn* from their mistakes, right? Two independent teams used two different systems of measurement, and NASA has taken careful steps since then so something like that never happens again.

Hell, it's even mentioned in Brookings that scientists and engineers would be the ones to really freak out....and given the egos and arrogance, which is probably higher than those of rock stars and pro athletes, I can easily see that.
You don't know many actual scientists and engineers, do you? (Says the aerospace engineer.)
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