How not to talk to them.
…is grounded. I wonder if they’ll take away their allowance, too?
Honestly, this seems kind of dumb. A SpaceShipTwo that is out of fuel is no more of a risk to public safety than a business jet. In fact, it’s less, if the jet goes down full of fuel.
My assumption when I wrote the original post was that the concern was uninvolved public on the ground. It didn’t occur to me that it could be incurring on other airspace that might be unaware of it, and into which it was not supposed to go. My bad.
…is in California.
I’m sure that you’ll be as shocked as I am to learn that the first flight will be delayed again.
“The entire pandemic has felt like an exercise in seeing just how much authority governments and corporations could gradually exert over everyone else.”
Thoughts from Bob Zubrin.
“We are not threatened by there being too many people. We are threatened by people who think there are too many people.”
Keep it out of outer space.
…even though much of it is wrong.
My estimation of people’s understanding of what science is (and their IQ) drops by a lot when I hear them say “I follow the science.”
I don’t generally care what models think, but in this case I approve this message.