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    yeah, I agree; no support from head office other...

    yeah, I agree; no support from head office other than to leave the forum up.

    It's up to us readers to post something, even just to keep an interesting or amusing conversation going at 'Chat about...
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    Meanwhile, Geoff Weighell has been exercising his...

    Meanwhile, Geoff Weighell has been exercising his own writing skills on our behalf in response to CAA consultations.

    News item [here]
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    In terms of writing style guide, I can see...

    In terms of writing style guide, I can see entirely why he issues one. It's not as if writing style guides are unusual - most newspapers have one, all but the smallest businesses will have one, even...
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    Pity about the American spelling (bringing out my...

    Pity about the American spelling (bringing out my inner Rees-Mogg, perhaps :) ) but good news nonetheless, I think.

    BMAA issues pilot licences

    I trust the delays will be significantly shorter...
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    No, it's just the recent heat wave.

    No, it's just the recent heat wave.
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    Ah! magic smoke - a career in electrical...

    Ah! magic smoke - a career in electrical engineering means I've encountered that in a wide variety of situations.
    One of my favourites was many years ago when one of my colleagues demonstrated...
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    I've never had any problem doing that, especially...

    I've never had any problem doing that, especially in a crosswind :o

    Ditto when riding a bike - I found wobbling resulted in wider gaps from overtaking cars (but that was a long time ago, things...
  8. Thread: Pi day

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    Whee! Pretty close actually, I think. 3.14285...

    Whee!

    Pretty close actually, I think. 3.14285 / 3,14159 = 100.04%

    Close enough for my carpentry :p
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    IT problems at BMAA office...

    IT problems at BMAA office
    https://www.bmaa.org/information-library/news/bmaa-news/database-gremlin--permits-
    unless they've mended it by now.

    And the latest info on P&M - probably across the...
  10. Thread: P&M

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    My days of trying to change the system (quietly...

    My days of trying to change the system (quietly from inside) are pretty well gone. Time for someone else to have a go.

    The orphan issue has two strands, I think: first strand is collaboration...
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    I wonder if there would be benefit (and interest)...

    I wonder if there would be benefit (and interest) in forming a sort of P&M owners club with access to engineering and design skills needed to keep the aircraft flying under the orphaned-aircraft...
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    Very true. Even better, velcro it in place so...

    Very true. Even better, velcro it in place so that it can be taken home and washed every so often, otherwise you eventually end up with soft sand paper against your windscreen. Well I did anyhow.
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    ... and of 'closer co-operation' between the two...

    ... and of 'closer co-operation' between the two organisations.
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    ... and nary a mention of this Vacancy - BMAA...

    ... and nary a mention of this Vacancy - BMAA chief technical officer

    or is it all over social meeja?
  15. New (April '19) study on airborne collisions and where they happen

    Searching for something else I came across this recent publication by https://airspace4all.org/ about their research into actual air/air collisions over the last 40-odd years.
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    Interesting news...

    The BMAA have a news page on the web site, but I find it easy to miss interesting stuff amongst the formal stuff.

    Latest, announced a few days ago and again at the BMAA AGM yesterday is a new...
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    New thread started for you in Safety forum - here...

    New thread started for you in Safety forum - here

    Mike you can probably delete your post now, then I'll delete this one.
  18. Message from Mike Hallam... Mandatory” AD136 from Rans USA dated 2010

    Copied from elsewhere on this forum by Joan

    APOLOGIES, as a lapsed member I cannot start a new subject, but this one is in need of sending.


    Mandatory” AD136 from Rans USA dated 2010 -

    Oil...
  19. Thread: Autopilots?

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    Or a pitch stabiliser on a canard such as the...

    Or a pitch stabiliser on a canard such as the Goldwing or Falcon - they can be lively in thermic weather.
    Actually, my old AX3 could be too!
    :eek:
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    I can see the day coming, though, when the...

    I can see the day coming, though, when the microlight category is so broad that there'll be separate licence ratings required for different types, each with their own testing and validity...
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    I guess it just goes to show how wide the meaning...

    I guess it just goes to show how wide the meaning of the term 'microlight' has been spread. I must admit that I echo Mick Broom's fears expressed in the letters page. SSDR & nano trikes have rescued...
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    Just their noses

    Just their noses
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    Chat about anything...

    "Chat about anything you want in here - saves clagging up the other forums!" that's what it says in the forum descriptor.

    What this forum needs is a general, wide-ranging, non-aviation...
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    Clearing out the spare room

    A few bits and bobs for sale. For updated details, see the 'other' forum at http://www.microlightforum.com/showthread.php?13209-Clear-out-aviation-trivia&p=126716&viewfull=1#post126716

    Currently a...
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    True troglodytism is still to be found in Google...

    True troglodytism is still to be found in Google Groups :owhich took over the old Usenet news groups - there are still some of my old 1996 posts up there! Of course, the BMAA had its Yahoo! group...
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