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Member postings for Josip Vrandecic -Mes

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Thread: Depth placement
13/01/2019 19:55:49
Posted by Denis Watkins on 13/01/2019 18:40:41:
Posted by Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 13/01/2019 18:24:42:

Hi Michael , the only real remedy, for this unpleasant anomaly is permanent flying in a familiar environment ..... Exercise is all we need.face 1

Note:if memory does not spare ... this phenomenon is called : '' Microscopic view '' question...if I made a mistake ... Martin Harris would pull my skin off....crying

Regards

Jo

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 13/01/2019 18:28:22

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 13/01/2019 18:32:19

Stereoscopic View Josip, at least you knew it was scopic

Thank you very much dear Denis ,and all the best....stereoscopic , stereoscopic , stereoscopic...etc :Repetitio est mater scientiam.
Jo
 

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 13/01/2019 19:58:39

13/01/2019 18:24:42

Hi Michael , the only real remedy, for this unpleasant anomaly is permanent flying in a familiar environment ..... Exercise is all we need.face 1

Note:if memory does not spare ... this phenomenon is called :  '' Microscopic view '' question...if I made a mistake ...  Martin Harris  would pull my skin off....crying

Regards

Jo

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 13/01/2019 18:28:22

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 13/01/2019 18:32:19

Thread: full-size electric-powered flying anyone?
12/01/2019 10:35:52
Posted by andyh on 11/01/2019 21:10:46:
Posted by Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 11/01/2019 21:01:14:

Thanks for the complete artistic impression.....Hello Andyh ,if I could ... would not miss it face 1

nothing to do with me I'm afraid, it just popped up on my YouTube feed & I thought I would share it here

I do know a bit about ATOS though as I used to fly hang gliders. ATOS make very well-regarded composite hang-gliders & micro-lights, & the wing in the video looks very much like it's from one of their hang-gliders.

Yours is the merit of seeing this and so thank you again !

11/01/2019 21:01:14

Thanks for the complete artistic impression.....Hello Andyh ,if I could ... would not miss it face 1

All the best

Jo

Thread: war birds,FMS or DYNAM,Which are the best brand?
11/01/2019 20:51:20

Hi Sonny , FMS thumbs up

Thread: Dave Burton (BEB)
31/12/2018 21:41:33

Dear and respected Barton family,there are no words to express my condolences. For me he was unique, honest, clever, and made the right decisions right away ... In this forum, thanks to him, I felt at home. Thanks for all ...RIP Dave

Josip Vrandecic

Thread: Christmas wishes
24/12/2018 22:01:27

Happy and Blessed Christmas for everyone on this wonderful and inspirational forum heart

Thread: Slope soaring with a difference
19/12/2018 20:45:46

Hello Malcolm , I call this.....courage....smile o

Thanks so much.

Thread: Christmas bush
19/12/2018 20:35:51

Hi Kooka , beautiful and priceless... ... hello everyone in in the City of Hawkesbury and NSW.
face 1

Thread: Hi all..
15/12/2018 10:42:59

Hello Mr.Quentin ,welcome to the forum, I hope you will feel good here...face 1

All the best

Jo

Thread: Best Heating Option For Your Hobby Shed
13/12/2018 09:54:10

''Wife came in and the smile was worth a 1000 words. Best thing I’ve done for ages.''

it's my friend wiseman... known as Peter...face 1

All the best

Jo

Thread: interesting footage of WW1 ace
04/12/2018 21:18:39

@Hi Martin , every time I listen to this great man , I become modest and little.... to invisibility. I watched , listened and read to many famous pilots from WW2 (books,films), I think the late Capt Eric Melrose ''Winkle'' Brown is the greatest and most intelligent flyer for all time.

Note:I'm sorry, but my mood has taken me.

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 04/12/2018 21:20:23

Thread: Best Heating Option For Your Hobby Shed
02/12/2018 10:53:28
Posted by PETER BRUCE - Eastchurch Gap on 30/11/2018 12:42:01:

Hi Josip. Always a pleasure to hear from you and how about that heater for you as you get a lot colder there... Regards Peter

Here in the Adriatic is not a ''dangerous'' winter and it lasts for a short while, but I am an old man and avoid any weather shocks ,so during cold weather I work on models in the work-room and there is a airconditioner .When you are cold remember me and will be warmer, at least around of your heart.teeth 2

To you and your family, Happy Christmas and New Year cocktail

Jo

30/11/2018 11:08:40

Hello Peter ,you are a worthy and expert man, whom I especially respect ... I want all of your upcoming Winters to be warm and comfortable.face 1enlightened

Thread: Pre flight checks are realy Important!!
29/11/2018 10:22:46

I know that pre-flight check is a tedious job ,but ....it's saves our lives wink 2

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 29/11/2018 10:25:28

Thread: How do all
20/11/2018 09:52:43

Welcome onboard Bob ,Here you are at the right place.This sport-hobby is the best in the world .. All possible upcoming issues can be solved with expert modelers at this forum.
Greetings from Adriatic Sea

Jo

Thread: Lion Air Crash
19/11/2018 11:21:22
Posted by Jon - Laser Engines on 19/11/2018 08:43:47:

''I think it might be premature to dump all of the blame on boeing. We do not know what training these specific pilots had and if it was sufficient. If it wasnt and it didnt include this information then was that boeing's omission or the airline?

We also do not know if there was another problem, or if in the heat of the moment they were simply unable to diagnose the fault and then think about the proper corrective action as they would have had to deal with the sizeable stream of error codes from the flight computers, and then consult the manual for each eventuality, all while trying to fly the plane and i doubt that is particularly easy.''

Hi Jon , absolutely not easy to fly, especially on new passenger planes, it might be a bit,call in a negative context to name of this company, but it has already proven that new aviation products went to exploitation without the expert's human attention and tracking by the manufacturer (profit) ... And I I'm a fan of Boeing, and I flew to 727, which I still consider to be the best thing that happened to me ... but I forgot I was still with my head... in the analogue era.

Regards

18/11/2018 22:02:19

@ HI Ken and Jim , Ken please to help our generous friend Jim(I'm fond of him heart) about the link ,and thanks so much.face 1

@ Hello dear Colin, I'm afraid this is repeated at Boeing....sad

18/11/2018 09:59:36

Recent expert opinions :

**LINK**

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 18/11/2018 09:59:56

Thread: Transmitter tray
12/11/2018 08:12:52

Dear Mr. Nifty , this is a remarkable handicraft, in the ''reign'' of the internet and finished heartless products , you are really refreshing.Thanks for sharing and all the best thumbs up

Greetings from Adriatic Sea

Jo

Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 12/11/2018 08:14:40

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