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Originally posted by Revolution-2012
reply to post by Enigma Publius
this has nothing to do with win.
how much did it cost for him to build the airplane, and how much will he be chargeing for every ride.
if I had a airplane that could go sub-orbit I'd be chargeing no less than 100k a ride.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by Revolution-2012
there actually IS a project underway to allow regular (admittedly very rich) regular citizens to enjoy a sub-orbital flight.
35.9 million people live below the poverty line in America, including 12.9 million children.
50% make < 30k a year
40% make 30k - 100k.
9.5% make 100k to 500k.
About 55,000 make 1M/yr
About 10,000 make >10M/yr.
In mathematics, an average, or central tendency  of a data set refers to a measure of the "middle" or "expected" value of the data set. There are many different descriptive statistics that can be chosen as a measurement of the central tendency of the data items.
An average is a single value that is meant to typify a list of values. If all the numbers in the list are the same, then this number should be used. If the numbers are not all the same, an easy way to get a representative value from a list is to randomly pick any number from the list. However, the word 'average' is usually reserved for more sophisticated methods that are generally found to be more useful.
The most common method is the arithmetic mean. There are many other types of averages, such as median (used most often to describe house prices and incomes). The average is calculated by combining the measurements related to a set and to compute a number as being the average of the set.
1 a: a single value (as a mean, mode, or median) that summarizes or represents the general significance of a set of unequal values b: mean 1b
2 a: an estimation of or approximation to an arithmetic mean b: a level (as of intelligence) typical of a group, class, or series
3: a ratio expressing the average performance especially of an athletic team or an athlete computed according to the number of opportunities for successful performance
— on average or on the average : taking the typical example of the group under consideration
reply to post by weedwhacker
I like to think there is still a crack in the door.....we just need to find the right tool to insert INTO that crack.
Originally posted by Reevster
I hope this will actually happen but I am not holding my breath, even if he really does mean to open the files on UFO and other things there are those within the government who don't want it and might do something to stop it.
Lets hope not but this is starting to remind me of JFK ...and we all know how that turned out....
Originally posted by MilitieTempliSalmo
I dont see how alien disclosure has anything to do with religion. Wars would not stop because of alien disclosure... religion would not weaken because of alien disclusure "God created the universe so He created aliens as well"... please explain me the complete theory on how alien disclosure would affect any religious matters?
(ps. there are more religions at war than only christians and muslims )