Eve Skill also stopped working for valid password accounts.
Only my main , most skilled account work, as it’s no longer linked.
Man , my systems analysis book is over 500 to 600 pages long and we had 1 month to do a final.
I then had to buy a 2nd one which is another 600 to 700 pages long, which is a total of 1,100 to 1,300 pages,
but I had more than 1 month to do so.
Additionally, the decision table for the $30B+ Apollo project that I had in there is not in a 2nd or additional version of the exact same 2nd edition that I posted a diagram of on the forum, and, after I posted about it, no one mentioned it.
I would have to write the authors to verify, but they offered me a master degree for $35,000 per years, for a minimum of 2 years at $70,000 total (from start).
That is what you call a request for systems services form.
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NASA was nice enough to give me the detailed budget analysis per time frames,
although it doesn’t include that the security was the most important,
and that the security included the fact that the astronauts had to come back to earth safely and sound, and alive and well,
and that this included the quarantine system once they landed to verify that their health was fine,
and how it was (and how their health was).
the same more detailed budget data that was given to me after didn’t include the fact that the reason the budget was so high was that it was the least important point.
It the budget would have been more important after WWII,
the total amount of money would have been less,
and the cost-efficiency would have been increased,
which was not the case.
The UN decided to give the US more leeway due to its role in WWII,
and the peace that ensued,
including the decision to base other money on the US dollar.
So the fact that the budget was a global effort didn’t reflect.
the 2nd most important point was the schedule,
due to the Russian from USSR being in a space,
if the American didn’t land first,
the Russians would have spend more money on it,
they already had spent a more than enough great share of it then too…
So yes, to reduce the budget and make it more cost-efficient then was not of the essence due to the Russian space race, themselves also spending as much money as possible on it to win the race.
If the astronaut would have died,
the consequences would have been catastrophic,
and the US would have lost credit for the race.
This occurred at the first launch of Apollo 1 .
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as of today’s standards,
to have money as first and most important point would mean to have more money,
it was the other way around due to the war.
due to the war,
the security also wasn’t the same as it is now.