发信人: qwertysun (肥泡泡), 信区: God6
标 题: 看看老美对神六升空的评论.
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They invented gunpowder. What took them so long?
Posted by Lee_Atwater_Inc at 2005-10-11 03:15 PM | Reply
Great way to develop an ICBM system.
Posted by vernon at 2005-10-11 03:22 PM | Reply
They invented rockets, too.
Posted by americanply at 2005-10-11 03:28 PM | Reply
"Great way to develop an ICBM system."
If you can place a satellite in orbit, you can launch an ICBM. That's why the
US was so frightened by the Soviets' launch of Sputnik 1 in 1957 - it proved
that they had an ICBM capability. The Chinese launched their first satellite
ICBM capability is neccesary prior to launching a manned orbital spacecraft.
Posted by dcinma at 2005-10-11 04:40 PM | Reply
"To equate the Chinese building a manned space program with a sudden
capability to bomb US cities that is somehow Clinton's fault is silly."
Yeah, well, everyone else makes nonsense statements around here. I'll do it
once in a while too, just for fun.
I defer to the aerospace expert in the madras plaid liesure suit.
But I still get the feeling that the parnoid conspiracy freaks who blame
everything on Bush, just don't have their heart in it anymore. Maybe it's
Harriet Miers' fault.
Posted by vernon at 2005-10-11 05:30 PM | Reply
"I defer to the aerospace expert in the madras plaid liesure suit."
Now, c'mon, I may be a geek but I do dress better than that!!! Remember, I'm a
corporate guy in the financial services industry in Boston nowadays....
leisure suits don't fly there.... (pun intended)....
Posted by dcinma at 2005-10-11 05:46 PM | Reply
Chinese spokesperson, Wan Tyom Oney, told reporters that "the goal of the
program was to begin construction of retail outlets for Chinese goods by 2025
in extraterrestrial neighborhoods."
Posted by danni at 2005-10-11 08:51 PM | Reply
Shenzhou 6 with two Chinese astronauts aboard has been launched successfully.
Posted by dcinma at 2005-10-11 09:32 PM | Reply
"Shenzhou 6 with two Chinese astronauts aboard has been launched successfully.
Welcome to the skies guys.
It's a big Universe.
Posted by zatoichi at 2005-10-11 09:43 PM | Reply
In 1969 I was flying back to Waco from Conroe, TX with Bill Malone (We'd been
skydiving, we were 19.)
You can find Bill's name on The Viet Nam Wall. My son returned the tracing
from an 8th grade field trip. William W. Malone. Look it up.
Bill jumped parachutes I made. He was cool. We saw the Auroa Borealis from
over College Station at 9,000 feet in a Lark Commander, N5542M, that is stil
for rent in Waco.
But the last trip from Sewanee to Austin in the Baron was incredible. It was
like my own personal spaceship at 24,000 feet alone at night. I could see
Dallas, Houston and New Orleans all at one.
Posted by zatoichi at 2005-10-11 09:55 PM | Reply
It seems the Chinese know where they are going. But where are we going, other
than to hell?
Posted by Schopenhauer at 2005-10-11 11:03 PM | Reply
I've just made a mental note.
I will never pretend to know anything about aeronautical sciences unless I'm
sure DCINMA is nowhere around. Which is probably for the better anyway, since
I just had to look up the correct spelling of "aeronautical" before posting
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