Post by Edmund
Well as soon as anybody start paying me an insane amount of F1
money, sure I will start solving their problems.
Reminds me of a quote by Tommy Sopwith.
He built thousands of fighter and bomber planes in WW1, including of course the Camel.
Anyway, one of his first bombers was built by hand on the floor of a hanger, and was flown, and worked well. The Ministry came down to check it, liked its performance, and said yes, you can go into production, but first give us all the drawings to examine.
There were none, so Tommy had the plane taken partly dismantled, and drew chalk lines around it on the floor, and turned them into drawings for the Ministry.
WHEN THE WEIGHT OF THE PAPERWORK EQUALS THE WEIGHT OF THE PLANE, THE PLANE WILL FLY.