- I'll have to agree with you. We saw the true face
of how the world thought of us on 9-11. Not a single
nation sent even 1 man for releif efforts to the WTC
site. They were all like "were sorry that trajedy
happened to you (trying to keep from laughing) then they
went out and responded to critics that said they
should send us aid by saying that we could cover our
own. Well anyone that thinks that can go F*
themselves. The very fact that terrorists attacked us, did
the damage they did, and noone sent us help pretty
much means that no nation in this world can say
anything when we march through there territory hunting for
terrorists without becoming a target
themselves.<br><br>World opinion means nothing to america...not anymore.
- --- In deathtoreligion@y..., bestonnet_00 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> --- In deathtoreligion@y..., proleus <no_reply@y...> wrote:best
> > LOL
> > Personally, I think polished (mirror-like) silver would be the
> > color (assuming your surface coating absorbed radar, that way youThe undersurface of airforce one is mirror polished. The reason for
> > would have a severe optical distortion while in the air making
> > optical tracking difficult.
> That's going to be very easy to see.
> You want it to blend in, not stand out as a reflection in the sky
doing so is that it reflects the blue tint of the sky downward. Close
up, a mirror coated aircraft will be visible, but only as a distorted
blob. At a distance, that distortion would be negligable. Combine the
fact that the craft reflects the tint of the sky in all directions
(sun reflection goes upward only so it isn't a factor as long as the
craft flies high) and the fact that it absorbs incomming radar, and
shields it's own thermal emissions, such a craft would be very hard
to see indeed.
FYI I am not refering to just mirror polished, I mean literally as
reflecting as a mirror you would see on a wall.