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tony sayer wrote:

Yes, you are. Yet you keep trolling.
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You Sir are very welcome to have the last word on this one;!..
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Do you even know who Sir Frank Whittle was ?
(without sneaking off and looking it up in google, of course)
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geoff wrote:

Tell me why I should care?

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Well you wouldn't, would you?
you'd prefer to remain an ignorant septic
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geoff wrote:

yawn
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As I said
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Because falling out of the sky and killing people is not a vote winner
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geoff wrote:

Cleaning out your ass, again?
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> wrote:

Sorry? Where was supersonic flight first achieved, again/
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Germany, 1943?
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Chuck Yeager would likely disagree. Got some proof of that?
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William Sommerwerck wrote:

Many wartime planes went supersonic in a dive. Few survived to tell of it though.
The plane that finally did it in peace time was the Miles M52, well it WOULD have been the Miles, except the total plans for it were handed to the USA and UK government funding withdrawn from the Miles company. It appeared virtually unchanged as the Bell X-1 , with American stickers all over it. But it was in essence the Miles plane. A smaller unmanned version of which had reached Mach 1.38 in about 1946/7.
The key thing that allowed the X-1 to maintain control in transonic flight was the Miles' all moving tailplane. This got around the control reversal that plagued transonic aircraft fitted with conventional elevators.
The USA was about 5 years behind everyone else in jet engines and high speed flight, till they lifted what they could from the UK and Germany to make up for the ideas and research they didn't have. Of course staying out of the war as long as possible, lending money to the winning side, finally joining it, and not actually ever getting bombed proved excellent business, and they were then the only country in the world with enough money left to spend on waving a supersonic dick around.
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On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 10:06:46 +0100, "dennis@home"

Chuck Yeager, Bell X-1, Muroc Dry Lake, Mojave desert, California, USA, October 14, 1947 The first successfull manned supersonic flight in history.
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On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 12:49:07 -0400, snipped-for-privacy@snyder.on.ca wrote:

First supersonic airplane in level flight. Several broke the sound barrier, in dives, before the X-1.
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On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 20:18:10 -0500, " snipped-for-privacy@att.bizzzzzzzzzzzz"

A dive isn't flight - it's a "powered fall"
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On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 22:44:54 -0400, snipped-for-privacy@snyder.on.ca wrote:

Agreed. ...just wanted to set the record straight before the Europeons came unglued, again.
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" snipped-for-privacy@att.bizzzzzzzzzzzz" wrote:

Unfortunately, some of them were 'never' glued. They make the rest look bad with their constant, mindless ranting. :(
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> wrote:

Sorry? Where was supersonic flight first achieved, again?
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On Sun, 22 Aug 2010 13:26:45 -0400 Aemeijers wrote :

My understanding (possibly wrong) was the itty-bitty 777 is significantly cheaper to run. ISTM that it wasn't so long ago that twin jets weren't allowed to do transatlantic flights, but on the more recent UK-USA flights I've done it's nearly always been a 767 or 777
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