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A question in between tea and scones
2018-03-01, 09:22 AM
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RE: A question in between tea and scones
Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

Should I mention Terry Pratchett, Neil Gailman, and Roger Zelazny too?
Then you won't be able to stop reading...

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2018-03-06, 10:58 AM
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RE: A question in between tea and scones
(2018-03-01 09:22 AM)Normal69 Wrote:  Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

Should I mention Terry Pratchett, Neil Gailman, and Roger Zelazny too?
Then you won't be able to stop reading...

Don't know Zelazny so I can't say anything about him, will have to look him up. I do know Pratchett and Gaiman books rather well and agree that those are definitely worth reading. Some of their books I have read at least twice.

Gaiman can be a bit dark at times but it's nicely done. Pratchett is generally very funny with his satire of civilization and culture.

And as for the original post topic.. using a ship building metaphor; FtD is the first ship class that Nick made. After many upgrades he started to feel some constraints and fuzziness about what else he could put in the hull with what was already crammed in after the years. So he starts on the idea of a "Flight II" of the class, in this case FS. It's a new empty hull so instead of feeling constrained by what's in the FtD hull he can come up with unrestrained ideas. From there he can take some of the new tech and hardware from the FS and see if it also works in the FtD hull, possibly removing old, bulky tech from years ago that will make the FtD class run better and lighter.

That might make sense or be otter nonsense.

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2018-03-06, 03:45 PM
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RE: A question in between tea and scones
Nice metaphor.
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