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+ - Where is the International in ISS->

JerryQ writes: "NASA are sticking to imperial measurements for the next shuttle. It reminds me of Digital Vax parameter 'timepromptwait' which was in the units 'microfortnight'

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn17350-nasa-criticised-for-sticking-to-imperial-units.html

Is it two firkins of oxygen to 3 groats of kerosene?"

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Where is the International in ISS

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