Ilostmyredditlogin287 karma2014-11-09 07:26:04 UTC
Is there a significant subjective difference between going say mach 1 vs 2 vs 3 vs x? (Once you've accelerated and are cruising.)
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Ilostmyredditlogin181 karma2014-11-09 08:34:45 UTC
At that speed are you reacting to what you're seeing in any way, or is it all navigating based on instruments? Is there any margin for error, or is it literally one mistake and you're dead? If the latter, how do you train to be able to maintain that level of consistency under pressure?
Ilostmyredditlogin30 karma2012-06-14 07:18:05 UTC
How dangerous is it for a non chemist to experiment with meth-making? (Where primary dangers of concern are poisoning yourself or setting something on fire.)
Ilostmyredditlogin5 karma2013-07-30 16:14:31 UTC
Are you able to say who you were affiliated with? (Not sure if that's the right way to ask that question). Sorry if this is covered in your blog and whatnot.
Ilostmyredditlogin3 karma2013-07-30 15:42:00 UTC
No questions, but you're awesome. Keep up the good work!
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