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    bitflipper
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    RE: Sonar's Many Uses... 2009/01/21 17:32:55 (permalink)
    Maybe you could take your laptop out on the boat and use SONAR as a fish finder, too!

    Lemme guess: you googled "SONAR", right?


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    The Maillard Reaction
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    RE: Sonar's Many Uses... 2009/01/21 19:48:24 (permalink)
    "Two days before the emergency landing, the same plane experienced a compressor stall while in flight. Passengers aboard the flight that left LaGuardia Airport on Jan. 13 reported hearing loud bangs from the right side of the plane. A short time later the situation appeared to return to normal and the flight continued on to Charlotte, N.C.

    The compressor is essentially a fan that draws air into the engine and helps create thrust for the jet. A compressor stall is a situation of abnormal airflow resulting from a stall of the blades within the compressor. Compressor stalls can vary in severity from a momentary engine power drop to a complete loss of compression requiring a reduction in the fuel flow to the engine."


    No thanks... I'll walk!


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    RE: Sonar's Many Uses... 2009/01/27 17:33:00 (permalink)
    Walking is more dangerous — statistically — than flying. But, pedestrian accidents aren't as dramatic as aircraft accidents.

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