"The design of the engine, which has no moving parts, compresses the air passing through it, so combustion can occur. Another advantage is scramjets can be throttled back and flown more like an airplane, unlike rockets, which tend to produce full thrust all the time."
"On [Election Night], the voice of the people was heard. I promise not to repeat what they said out of respect for the mentally-retarded."
Now let's see if we can actually do something with it. This should enable us to make cheaper spacecraft, and hopefully adapt the technoology for civilian travel, although that is probably at least 25 years off.
Exactly, Doc. I remember fireman-carrying a screaming four year old out of the Barnes & Noble one day when my son wouldn't put the Thomas trains down without buying one. I told him I was going to carry him out and when he didn't settle down, I did.