By 'Drone' Amazon means the equipment they hope to use to deliver product to their customers.
So the definition of "drone" is "Amazon delivery drone". Aside from being meaninglessly recursive, it's also a definition I expect the FAA to ignore.
The drones that Amazon is talking about will be big enough and heavy enough to bring down some helicopters.
Unlikely. I'd expect that 99.9% of helicopters "brought down" by a drone will be from boom strike (or other "pilot error") from the pilot's reaction to seeing one, not the impact itself. How would a dron differ significantly from a bird strike? A larger bird would be similar in weight to a drone, and with similar speeds. Does every hawk strike kill the helicopter?
You aren't acting like a pilot. Define the class before defining the rules around it.
Perhaps you should define "drone" before launching into problems with "drones", as that includes model rockets, and the RC models.
Except solar panels lose power over time.
Not nearly as much as the haters assert.
Plus if you're moving away from the very star powering your craft, well then "forever" is not as long as you'd like.
If you are moving directly away, a solar sail would be more efficient.
If you don't have a reasonably fixed address, then no - you can't vote.
That only applies to the poor. Trump has (or used to have, no idea what he uses now) a hotel room as his "permanent" address. Many other politicians have had the same. And they were allowed to vote for themselves. It's only the poor and minorities that the system targets.
I don't know why you bother to lie. I can look it up in the replies and see your lies. Plain as day.
Voter IDs are supposed to be free unless you mean the state's that require a state ID to vote? Those are usually just a few dollars and required for many other tasks which minimizes the expense. I agree with you in theory but in practicality?
Many also require a home address and additional government paperwork. For someone who doesn't have a birth certificate on them, the cost for a "free" ID can be quite expensive. For someone who doesn't have a home address, you have to commit perjury and find a co-conspirator to your crime (now a felony) to be able to get the ID. So a homeless person must commit a felony to get an ID. Plus the cost.
Plus, it doesn't solve any known problem. Fraud didn't go down in the places that required IDs. There were just fewer Blacks voting.