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Old July 4th 03, 10:40 PM posted to demon.local,sci.geo.satellite-nav
Tony Lance
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Big Bertha Thing monorail
Cosmic Ray Series
Possible Real World System Constructs
http://tonylance.mybravenet.com/monorail.html
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Astrophysics net ring access site
Newsgroup Reviews including rec.aviation.student

Drawing of model of track on the bottom monorail.

Caption;-
Model exhibited before the Royal Society, May 8, 1907.

Extract from Chapter V;-
72. The gyroscope has been employed by Mr. Louis Brennan
with striking ingenuity and success, to ensure the
stability of a heavy car travelling on a single line
of rail, with its centre of gravity above the level
of the rail, as is seen in the accompanying illustrations....

A full description of the mechanism, with a mathematical
discussion on the subject, is given by Mr. H. Cousins
in the issue of Engineering for Nov. 21st, 1913,
and following numbers.

From the book
An Elementary Treatment of the Theory of
Spinning Tops and Gyroscopic Motion.
By Harold Crabtree M.A.
Formerly Scholar of Pembroke College, Cambridge
Assistant Master at Charterhouse
Longmans, Green and Co. 1923
First Edition 1909
Second Edition 1914
New Impression 1923
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Big Bertha Thing francis

To my brother-in-law Francis (RIP),
who I once called "as daft as a brush."
To his everlasting credit,
he replied "I know."

The greatest compliment,
my wife ever paid me,
was to say, that I did not hold a grudge.
Net surfers do not hold grudges,
but they are a bit short on victim support,
whichever side the victim comes from.

Tony Lance



Big Bertha Thing chronicles

Did you hear the one about the chinese historian, Wan Thing the Just,
also called Just Wan Thing?
1. He does not exist.
2. He is a contradiction in terms.
3. He is a student of mythology.
4. You cannot write history by enforcing it.
5. Unofficial history is not an executable offense.
6. The errors and omissions page is bigger than the book.
7. He is a storyteller of the chinese diaspora.
8. Politics makes poor history.
9. He is a bigger liar than I am.
10.The father of lies, wishes he had written it.
11.The ancient greeks had the decency to call it myths and legends.
12.It is a 6000 year long political diatribe.
13.He invented '1984 newspeak.'
14.His name is mandarin, princeling and warlord.
 




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