posted on May, 13 2013 @ 03:38 PM
reply to post by lucidclouds
1st. It was used as an example. If you can grasp the concept thats ok. The person in question did, and thats all I really care about - I was talking
to him, not you, therefore mission accomplished.
2nd. You're wrong. It is how it works. It is how everything works.
3rd. You really think that pos you have on that photo is really the top uav Iran can come up with taking into account the brains and funds they have,
not to mention the tech they have access to? They're not "starting". No one's starting. If I decide to create my own version of an UAV today, not
even I'm starting anything let alone Iran. Only if you're the pioneer of a particular tech or industry you can say you're "starting" something,
all the rest are just improving on current designs and techs.
And btw... you say that Iran has no one to sell the tech? Damn if only you knew how wrong you are. They have clients for all sorts of tech they
develop, or you think those 110s just fly off the shelves for free? Were they free to develop? Of course they dont have an umbrella corp like the US
but they do have their locals... picture... mcdonalds vs littletom's burger's that has 3 or 4 restaurants. While mcdonalds has the whole world, well
littletom's burgers does have enough local faithful customers in nearby neighborhoods to keep themselves well up and running and mcdonalds is not a
threat because littletom's has no plans to go global.
You're so way off... especially if you believe that picture.