Re: B-2 construction and stealth question


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Message posted by themadgenius on February 16, 2016 at 13:35:43 PST:

If it not's engine thrust and according the laws of physics, there has to be a force applied for movement, than I would say something either very interesting or mundane is happening for non-brake rudder movement.

One of the thoughts that came to mind was possible weight displacement across the airframe causing movement or some sort of mechanical motion inside the airframe causing movement, think of the counter-weight balances inside building for earthquakes.

Just my thoughts, I'm not trying to get anyone in trouble.

It is also good to know there is truth to this article and it's not bunk!


In Reply to: Re: B-2 construction and stealth question posted by greatguess on February 15, 2016 at 16:58:01 PST:

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