CmdrTaco from the yes-please-go-faster-please dept.
Steve Nixon writes "Japan's space agency plans to launch an arrow-shaped airplane at twice the speed of sound high over the Australian outback as early as next month in a crucial test of the country's push to develop a supersonic successor to the retired Concorde."
Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate,
and play games -- but not with pleasure.
-- Leo Rosten