On Mon, 17 Apr 2000, Technotranscendence wrote:
> On Saturday, I wrote:
> > > > [snip], so I can't presume to understand the scope of storing the
> > > > engineering drawings for the most complex machine ever built to that
> > > > date, [snip]
> > Is this really still true? How many parts were actually in a Saturn 5?
> > I would have to think that much of a Saturn 5 is nothing but big hunks
> > of sheet metal, fuel tanks and some plumbing. Size does not equal
> > complexity.
> Michael Lorrey did write "to that date" -- not to date.:)
Point taken, reading to quickly methinks... Thanks Daniel, Sorry Mike.
The question about measuring complexity still stands though...
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