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Old 01-08-2012, 07:53 PM
 
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You're wierd....



Anyways...

If anyone else can answer that question I'd appreciate it...

How does a rocket stay 'balanced' moments after take off?

What forces keep it from toppling over?
Since you like to point out the TOS to everyone else let me remind you (since you can't remember anything that occurred more than 1 minute ago) that hijacking of threads is not allowed...

As I have pointed out to you before (I forget how many times you have already tried to hijack this thread, but here's the same response I have given you at least twice before):

Off-topic post, BS like this belongs in the I See Things No-One Else Sees forum....

http://dev/null/forums/IseeThingsno_oneElseSees.bs.edu (http://dev/null/IseeThingsno_oneElseSees.edu - broken link)

We know things are different on whatever planet you come from concerning rocket engineering, why not avail yourself of one of the tools available to us Earthlings to see how rocket engineering is accomplished on this planet? ---------> www.google.com

-or-

Open your own thread on this topic and ask your question there?

Oh, and BTW, for the twentieth time learn how to spell....

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Old 01-08-2012, 08:04 PM
 
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How is asking a question about rockets, on a thread that is about rockets, off topic?
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Old 01-08-2012, 08:08 PM
 
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How is asking a question about rockets, on a thread that is about rockets, off topic?
Does your question have anything to do with the OP other than 1 (one) word?

Russia Botches Another Rocket Launch
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Old 01-08-2012, 08:53 PM
 
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Does your question have anything to do with the OP other than 1 (one) word?

Russia Botches Another Rocket Launch
Quit acting so childish and emotionally unstable....pull yourself together...

As a scientist, which you claim to be, I expect you to be more emotionally 'balanced'...

I should not be lecturing you on how to behave....

But to answer your question...

Me, asking about the 'stability' of rockets moments after blast off, is perfectly inline with the theme of this thread...
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Old 01-08-2012, 09:08 PM
 
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Quit acting so childish and emotionally unstable....pull yourself together...

As a scientist, which you claim to be, I expect you to be more emotionally 'balanced'...

I should not be lecturing you on how to behave....

But to answer your question...

Me, asking about the 'stability' of rockets moments after blast off, is perfectly inline with the theme of this thread...
Where have I ever claimed to be a scientist? No, only you claim to be a scientist....

BTW, I opened a thread here, the Title?

How does a rocket stay 'balanced' moments after take off?

The content is:What forces keep it from toppling over?

I am posting these questions for Time and Space because he/she/it has forgotten how to open a new thread and he/she/it is clueless how to use any of the research tools available on the Internet.

So please take your BS to that thread......
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