Originally posted by Xcathdra
reply to post by ngchunter
I will stand by my origional statement that the rocket they are using to put a settelite in orbit cannot be used to strike the US - DC. It does not
have the range to do so.
I just showed you that it does have the range you said it did not have, though with a non-traditional flight profile as I previously outlined. You
just finished agreeing with my question, which was that if I showed you a video demonstrating that the rocket did have the range to reach the US, you
would admit you were wrong. You lied.
There is a fundamental difference in placing an item into orbit, and attempting to deploy a payload 7k miles away that is not in orbit.
I showed you that if you can reach orbit, you can hit the US from Iran with the same missile You agreed that if I showed you that it was possible to
do that with a non-ICBM flight profile you would admit you were wrong. You have now been exposed as a liar.
It does not have the rnage to deliver a payload in ICBM form to hit the US- DC area.
Again with the ICBM strawman. You accuse me of not reading your replies, which is a lie, but then you act like you haven't read mine. I have my
suspicions about your motivation for lying and it frankly disturbs me greatly, but it does not matter, the facts stand. Using a non-traditional
flight profile it is perfectly possible to reach the US with that missile, I already spoke to the issue of the payload size pages ago. That was not
nice computer game video though.
It's a simulator, and a very accurate one at that. It shows that you were completely wrong.
Next time read my responses when you ask a question before going spazzo and yelling at me to answer your question.
Ironic. I just told you that I was not yelling at you. You lied again. It seems to be the way you operate, the only question is why. Asking a liar
to tell the truth would be silly though, so I won't bother. You have been exposed. You were wrong.
edit on 17-10-2011 by ngchunter because: (no reason given)