May 23, 2006

Maybe Antarctica (updated)

Creating a surface-to-idiot missile is actually quite simple*. Testing it is next to impossible because the guidance system is constantly overwhelmed with targets. * No, really. It is! I designed one and had it about 95% working. I think there was a problem with a switch though, because every time I turned it on the darn thing would blow up on my workbench.

Update: Thanks to Zoe pointing out the spelling error (now fixed). Maybe it wasn't the switch...

Posted by: Ted at 05:07 AM | category: Square Pegs
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1 We had the same problem when we were developing the MSG (Moron Sensitive Guidance) system, but a few hours on the Capital Beltway gave it lots of exercise.

Posted by: Doug Pratt at May 23, 2006 11:02 PM (ia2zV)

2 Suface? Rhymes with Doofus?

I've found in my own case such things were usually caused by a problem between the headphones.

Posted by: Zoe Brain at May 26, 2006 02:13 AM (CI+WK)

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