Can dolphins fly? Of course not, but neither can humans. However, because of human dexterity, environment, and large brains humans have found a way to fly by inventing and building aircraft, and making balloons. It would be rather tough for a dolphin to create an aircraft because it takes dexterity to manipulate things in order to do this. It is hard to build tools to build other things without that dexterity. But that's not to say that dolphins couldn't fly if we created aircraft for them. Now that I've piqued your curiosity let me give you a new innovative thought for today.
There's a couple of other reasons that push us to fly even higher than that. First, at 40,000 feet the winds can really pick up. The average wind speed at that altitude
is 50 MPH (80 KPH). Again, that is the average - it could easily be double that. Not so much of an issue with an airliner flying at 500+ MPH, but a real problem with our fragile and slow flying UAV.
Speed is unmanned combat aerial vehicle
aerial systems not important since we are just flying over one spot. Energy efficiency is. In fact, the less energy it needs to maintain altitude, the more payload it can carry. Given what I just said, I hope one word popped into your head: glider. HALE UAVs look like gliders. Low wing loading, slow flying, with long skinny wings.
Vanilla Sky is about a millionaire living in New York City named David Ames. The opening shot is a bird-eye view of the city. There are several choppy images in succession. David lives a "perfect" life. The movie takes place in the future. He has a beautiful home, always gets the girl he wants, and has plenty of friends. Later in the movie, after an accident, David's face is deformed and he becomes miserable and alone. Many things go right for him and then they take a major turn for the worst. At the end of the movie, we find out that David is dead and that he has been cryogenically frozen. There are clues throughout the movie to hint at this, which I will discuss later.
Start off by just making Drones until you get 9 and then build an overlord
. When the overlord finishes build 4 more unmanned combat aerial vehicle
and then start a spawning pool. While the spawning pool is building make one extractor, put 3 drones on it and continue to make Drones. When the spawning pool finishes start a queen and make 3 more drones until you hit 18 supply, build another overlord and then what you do from here is totally up to you. I normally pump out a handful of zerglings to go scout or harass while I upgrade to a lair for hydralisks. I also try to expand when I have around 27 or supply.
Be sure to move a bit after every few kills or every 15 seconds. Whichever comes first. There will always be those who will come back for revenge. Some may sprint right back to the exact spot where you killed them from. Run to the next vantage point and you will see these people run like idiots to where you were while you clean them up.
On Kentucky Public Radio last week, Dr. Paul said he would prefer a judge or jury make those decisions, as they do with crimes committed inside the U.S.
Before I got really good at Call of Duty:Black ops online I realized that my response time was bad, even so it was not really my fault as I was turning in the direction of the enemy but I was quite simply being shot first. I quickly found out that you can adjust the rate at which your character aims in the settings menu while online. The look sensitivity setting is the setting you will want to change. I do not suggest putting it up right away though considering that you will find it awkward to aim and will die much more. I recommend turning the sensitivity up one point each day until you are completely happy with the velocity in which your player aims.