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  1. https://www.amazon.com/Punctuation-Power-How-Scholastic-Guides/dp/0590386735/
  2. This is a very bad wrong idea that should never happen. To demonstrate exactly why, I present:
  3. "Dry" is just not a term I can associate with Ike. "Wading three blocks to get to my house while watching people kayaking down the street " just doesn't go with "dry".
  4. In KSP career mode, you have to get into space/orbit before you can buy basic plane parts. That's not a good progression in career mode. There's not nearly enough contracts for planes, as well. I wanna get a manned break the sound barrier, altitude contracts, high altitude science contract, and a pass the Karbal line contract.
  5. The best way to find out is to install it and see. Everyone has a different mix of mods, and no one can tell you if there's some odd interaction in your mix that no one has run into yet. Of course, make a second copy of your install and try it there, first.
  6. Final Frontier is an absolute must. It might add nothing to gameplay, but does wonders for immersion.
  7. The wider the rangefinder, the more accurate the range. The higher the rangefinder, the farther the range. Conveniently, it is easier to mount a large (wide) rangefinder high up on a battleship than it is on a tank.
  8. As any sword deserving of the name would have a much higher mass, no. To answer the other part of your question: No idea, I don't feel like doing math today.
  9. No, you don't have to pay for it. You only need to pay if you want to play it.
  10. As long as you don't violate the laws of physics, you can do anything with infinite resources. Whether it's practical, easy, or worth doing is a a completely different question.
  11. But if the fuel and oxidizer are combined, and only need heat to combust, how is it any different from a solid fuel? How do you turn it off?
  12. To be fair, you couldn't be bothered to take the entire flight and got off halfway. As for the paying customers deserving wings, I don't really give a damn about the professionals, either. They're all a pain in the ass. Let them decorate their shirts with whatever they want.
  13. Is X better than Y? Imagine if you will, an X that is better than Y? Would it be better than Y? "One crazy idea I had was what if it was possible (is it?) to make a propellant gel that ALREADY has the oxidizer 'baked' into it, and only needs some heat applied to combust it? " So, a solid fuel rocket? How does this avoid the issues with solid rockets that already exist?
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