[time-nuts] eLORAN on the air for 30 days

Charles Steinmetz csteinmetz at yandex.com
Tue Oct 25 21:06:49 EDT 2016

Magnus wrote:

>  You describe why I say it's clearly not dead yet.

No, as I said, it is well and truly dead -- all that remains is to sign 
the death certificate.  The decisionmakers have made their final 
decisions, and further "tests," demonstrations, and whining by 
proponents is not going to sway them.

What I described as the only possible chance doesn't indicate signs of 
life -- it only raises the miraculous (literally) specter of 
re-animation of the corpse in case of a chain of events as unlikely to 
occur as the virgin birth of a human.  Nothing that has happened to date 
(in the way of what some might see as "wake-up calls") has made a 
picogram of difference to US regulators and policymakers re: eLORAN. 
Certainly not the Paris attacks.

Best regards,


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