51 posts • joined Friday 14th August 2009 16:09 GMT
Don't forget the Mistley Anti Aircraft Operations Room
Also in Essex...
Used to play around the site when I was a kid, we lived in the village.
Not as impressive as the Kelvedon Hatch one but still of interest... http://www.subbrit.org.uk/rsg/sites/m/mistley/
Was fun trying to get through the fencing around the facility.
Let me guess, you're probably of a similar opinion about man's exploration in the other direction, I believe they also use the 'man in a can' method to research the oceans.
Re: All I can say is V22 Osprey not a friendly aircraft
And we all know that ducted fans are absolutely shit at decapitating hoards of rampaging enemy cluttering up your intended landing site - now that's the real reason for open blades.
Re: I don't see the point
The 'point' is in making a product that has an envisaged market.
There are always people out there who want (must have) the latest gizmo irrespective of the cost - what's so wrong with providing them with the objects of their desire?
If I had the money, space, acquired skilset then I'd be interested.
Re: Optional accessories?
But is it not likely that the shark would/could be at the controls initially via the WIFI control link - I don't think it was mentioned exactly who's got hold of the joystick.
(we need a shark icon methinks)
Never mind the quality - feel the width !
"elephant's tampon girth"
Do I see a new candidate for inclusion in El Reg measurement standards?
Looks like there's plenty of room to add further equipment on to it.
Hm, frickin lasers spring to mind - can never have enough frickin lasers on an autonomous vehicle.
Saw it last week
Whilst I was poodling around the touristy areas of DXB. Would hate to be in it (or anywhere near) when it comes across one of the gazillions of speed humps on the roads (other than Shk Zayed) at high speed. Why do you think they prefer the 4x4s out here?
Also read that this wasn't going to be used to chase perps just to show that Dubai is back in the game - finance speaking.
Low tech badging
For such a high-tech facility I feel a little 'let-down' by such a low-tech visitor badge.
Where's the gizmos? Was there an RFID chip?
Wasn't this the location where one famous (but can't remember his name right now) had a chip implanted so that the building would open/unlock doors for him?
Re: Pile of c**p being disseminated by the media
DJ, you just got yourself a +1 for the new term...
Someone will most certainly be demonised for this.
Transferring from a supposedly non-popular aggregator
Ha, just imported my subscriptions into theoldreader.com
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There are 20536 users in the import queue ahead of you.
Yep, that's 20k users in front of me, all coming from a supposedly under utilised service !!!
Thunderbird and many other desktop software I'm sure are capable.
But that method doesn't work when you use multiple-devices during the course of the day.
Subject says it all.
/Goes to cry into his beer/
What gives ?
Where's the anti ageing story?
Was this a 'manned' or a 'mannequined' trial...?
A beer to the guy standing just above the engines that went up and down without even losing his hat !
Wot no butter...?
Are you men or mice, SPB eating BBs without butter!
Nay, and again I say Nay to the dry butties...
British engine, so why
is the example flight to Sydney originating from BRUSSELS - unless the first unproven test flight is stuffed with a few nameless Brussels bureaucrats.
<--- Visual result of SABRE ingesting politicos.
I smell a Chinese plot here
This news coming in the week that it was announced that Manganese Bronze may be going under because of the recall involving the steering box which surprisingly is supplied by their Chinese partners smells a little fishy to me.
Ah but is not the 'flavour' the actual Bacon and associated juices - don't want the bread to distract you from the ambrosia that is bacon.
(Posted from somewhere that the posession of said bacon could have very DIRE results).
Where's the Bacon Butty Icon...???
Re: Sounds even worse than durian fruit
Ah, that brings back memories of Malaysia, me sitting there with a nice ripe Durian ready to chow down on it - the wife running around in circles with a cloth over her face desperately trying not to throw-up.
Why did I eat it - same answer as why we climb mountains - machoism and because it was there !
Knowing the French legal system, a thousand years to process that number of cases is one heck of an understatement .
To Plunge or Not to Plunge
"when we'll take the opportunity to plunge the rod and tube into the cold box, and see what happens"
Is this such a good thing to do - I would have expected a more gradual drop in temperature rather than a sudden plunge into something so frigid !
Mine's a cold one for obvious reasons
'Elf and Safety
If the launch fails and LOHAN returns to our mighty globe without firing the motor - how are you going to be certain of reaching her before some local yokel comes along and inadvertently/accidentally manages to fire it up whilst holding it?
Quote "double the size of today’s pesky critters"
When was the last time you saw a 1cm long flea?
Re: Re: Now look
I thought that the acronym for "Mammal Infant Nutrition Fluid" would be MILF
Fnaaar Fnaaaar - Paris obviously
Re: Just One Of Their Brainfarts
France won't be too worried about any EU laws put in place - they do their own thing anyway irrespective of an EU law being in place.
France always picks and chooses which EU dictates to abide by - until such time as it no longer suits them.
Unless Nigeria has shifted east by a LOOOOOOOOOONG way.
Another way for the 'merkans' to speed up the complete demise of the human race (or most likely the western hemisphere).
As per El Reg standards I think I'll go on with the tried and tested way of deleting brain cells by way of good old alcohol, at least that way I guess I'm helping the economy through my purchase and taxation of it.
With France being so rural it's going to be a long distance between routers that you can WLAN connect to. That's if Free had a complete coverage of customers with the requisite boxes. It might work in towns and cities but I certainly wouldn't expect it to work out here in the sticks - which presumably then the phone would revert to bog-standard mobile phone communications - so maybe for us rural customers it would be a way of getting nice cheap comms whilst still utilising the existing GSM networks.
Here in France...
The soft drink tax is already happening, starting in 2012 it is expected to generate 280 million euros. Enough I think to take care of the medical bills of all us BOFHs.
Pint because I rather have a 'proper' pint than something stuffed full of dissolved sugars.
It's happened - they're already there!!!
Why just the pets...?
I imagine that there might be some marriages (civil or otherwise) that might well be of one Atheist and one Christian.
I ask you - what happens to the Atheist that is left behind - who's going to look after them? Who's going to ensure the fridge is stocked up and the phone-bill paid (else we cannot order in our pizza)?
As a Yorkshire lad living out in the countryside of France (where we have lots of snakes) I think these two ought to be ex-communicated from being 'Tykes' just get yourself a forked branch, pin it to the ground and stuff it in a bag - problem solved. That is of course if you can get anywhere near it seeing as it's probably a lot more scared of those BIG feet approaching it.
Was the A/C set to COLD...!
Could it not have been down to the A/C setting...?
Paris, because it's never cold around her
Yep, a certain hotel that I used to frequent in Kuwait was using these when we lived out there, I was always dubious as to their efficacy.
If I recall correctly there was no mention of 'future developments' otherwise I and many others I'm sure would not have made our comments.
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