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I respectfully disagree.
With a nosewheel, one can gradually increase rudder pressure to get the desired result.
With a tailwheel, I feel...
My syllabus was typically covered in 5 hours.
Much of the first hour was Citabria familiarization. For many pilots it was their first exposure to...
I’m still hoping for full iPad-style interface and features on the iPhone.
Other than that, quite satisfied with WingXPro7.
It always seemed to me that once you’re generating more than 1g, you should theoretically be able to get the car to stick to a wall.
Kinda like a...
You read my mind.
Do you not know what an analogy is?
Might as well say vaccines don’t have wheels!
Recalled a favorite line yesterday...
King, motioning out the window to his somewhat effeminate son: “One day, lad, all this will be yours!”...
I don’t recall anyone here suggesting that flu vaccinations be required, except in certain cases.
You are certainly free not to get vaccinated....
It’s called “Pretzel Logic”.
It’s not 100% effective. Nobody said it was. Actual effectiveness varies year to year.
The vaccine just statistically lowers your chance of...
Almost 6 g’s:
Of course turbulence will require control input to compensate. I just thought it was being implied that wind routinely affected the amount of...
Got it. Wind, per sé, would have no effect.
But how would one routinely compensate for turbulence with rudder in a turn?
Why would wind matter?