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Old 16th Mar 2013, 03:11
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Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Denver, CO
Posts: 265
Lyman writes:
I think you have not understood the nature of the chemistry involved.
Alright, Lyman, I've read your engineer-bashing and your regulator-bashing through ALL of these pages.

I'm calling you on pure hubris - you think you know more than ANYONE involved in the process of designing and building these batteries and the system they are a part of.

What are your qualifications? If you don't mind, and it's not too much trouble for you, could you please drop a few airframe names or electrical systems you've had a key position in designing?

Or at least a few key projects you've worked on?

Or a few accident investigations you've assisted with?


Hell, it's not worth it.

From the very bottom of every PPRuNe page:

"As these are anonymous forums the origins of the contributions may be opposite to what may be apparent. In fact the press may use it, or the unscrupulous, or sciolists*, to elicit certain reactions."

Glove fit.

Lyman, you're an old man who has taken up internet forum trolling as a hobby, and I personally wish you'd find a different site to troll.

Aside from your comments I generally enjoy PPRuNe.

Best of luck.

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