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  • (Flight Time) Herbert "Flight Time" Lang (born 1977) is a basketball player for the Harlem Globetrotters.

  • (Flight-Time) The time you have spent, in an hour-to-hour ratio, hooping in your life. You may or may not have been practicing tricks. Any time you spend interacting with your hoop counts, even if the hoop is not spinning.

  • (Flight Time) That portion of the trip actually spent in the air.  For billing purposes this definition is generally strict and only applies from moment of liftoff to moment of touchdown.





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  • .ba is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is administered by the University Teleinformation Center.

  • The chemical element barium

  • Bachelor of Arts: a bachelor's degree in arts and sciences

  • barium: a soft silvery metallic element of the alkali earth group; found in barite











ba flight times - Yesterday's Flight




Yesterday's Flight


Yesterday's Flight



Yesterday's Flight is a thought-catching time travel novel written by first-time English author, Martyn Ellington. Yesterday's Flight is a superb read with cleverly-written twist of events and takes the reader on an unexpected journey. When a Dinosaur fossil is unearthed in the Badlands of America the last thing Susan Lavey expected to see as the cause of death was the tail section of an airliner. Now together with Bruce Ackland, a chief air crash investigator, they must find out why and how this could have happened and what became of the passengers on board. William Relford was flying to yet another meeting, but this time it was to hand in his notice; he had worked in sales for as long as he liked to remember and now was the time for a change. But destiny has a way of changing things in ways we can't imagine, and now it was about to bring them all together in a race for the truth and for one of them: their very survival!

Yesterday's Flight is a thought-catching time travel novel written by first-time English author, Martyn Ellington. Yesterday's Flight is a superb read with cleverly-written twist of events and takes the reader on an unexpected journey. When a Dinosaur fossil is unearthed in the Badlands of America the last thing Susan Lavey expected to see as the cause of death was the tail section of an airliner. Now together with Bruce Ackland, a chief air crash investigator, they must find out why and how this could have happened and what became of the passengers on board. William Relford was flying to yet another meeting, but this time it was to hand in his notice; he had worked in sales for as long as he liked to remember and now was the time for a change. But destiny has a way of changing things in ways we can't imagine, and now it was about to bring them all together in a race for the truth and for one of them: their very survival!










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"Same Bat Time... Same Ba--" oh no... Even I'm not that corny! Try this, tracks to Sarah: "will I have to shut down my CPU during takeoff and landing?" "No my sweet, we'll lie and tell them you are st










Killing time before our flight. In about 3 hours and several thousand miles this will seem a lot more "normal" to people passing by!

Plushformer made by SuzyWong.











the time zone changes........




the time zone changes........





..........from CEST to BST. Flight from Frankfurt to London. On the left the coast of Belgium (or France?), on the right the North Sea.









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Beyond Star Trek: From Alien Invasions to the End of Time






In the bestselling The Physics of Star Trek, the renowned theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss took readers on an entertaining and eye-opening tour of the Star Trek universe to see how it stacked up against the real universe. Now, responding to requests for more as well as to a number of recent exciting discoveries in physics and astronomy, Krauss takes a provocative look at how the laws of physics relate to notions from our popular culture -- not only Star Trek, but other films, shows, and popular lore -- from Independence Day to Star Wars to The X-Files.
What's the difference between a flying saucer and a flying pretzel?
Why didn't the aliens in Independence Day have to bother invading Earth to destroy it?
What's new with warp drives?
What's the most likely scenario for doomsday?
Are ESP and telekinesis impossible?
What do clairvoyance and time travel have in common?
How might quantum mechanics ultimately affect the fate of life in the universe?

Lawrence M. Krauss's publishing record reveals his knowledge of dark matter, cosmic strings, baryon number violations at the electroweak scale -- and the mysterious, sometimes bogus TV "science" that the Star Trek generation cut its teeth on. Krauss's previous book, The Physics of Star Trek, was readable, educational, and clever, never talking down to the layman or trivializing physics.
In this equally amusing companion volume, Krauss analyzes more science in Star Trek and the next generation of sci-fi movies and TV shows. Can telekinesis exist? How about ESP? Like Fox Mulder of The X-Files, we want to believe, and Krauss finesses these issues, allowing, after much discussion of gravity and electromagnetic forces, that "there is little doubt that undiscovered forces...exist at some level." He's a bit harder on the alien spacecraft of the movie Independence Day, arguing that objects so large inside our atmosphere would exert a downward pressure of 450 pounds per square inch, and that the saucers could therefore crush skyscrapers simply by hovering over them. "Of course," quips Krauss, "this wouldn't have made for spectacular previews of coming attractions." Whether you're a Trekkie, an X-phile, or a serious student of physics, you'll like this book.

In the bestselling The Physics of Star Trek, the renowned theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss took readers on an entertaining and eye-opening tour of the Star Trek universe to see how it stacked up against the real universe. Now, responding to requests for more as well as to a number of recent exciting discoveries in physics and astronomy, Krauss takes a provocative look at how the laws of physics relate to notions from our popular culture -- not only Star Trek, but other films, shows, and popular lore -- from Independence Day to Star Wars to The X-Files.
What's the difference between a flying saucer and a flying pretzel?
Why didn't the aliens in Independence Day have to bother invading Earth to destroy it?
What's new with warp drives?
What's the most likely scenario for doomsday?
Are ESP and telekinesis impossible?
What do clairvoyance and time travel have in common?
How might quantum mechanics ultimately affect the fate of life in the universe?










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