28 high-energy neutrinos, great! Nuclear submarines can now communicate at faster rates than 1 bit/s while deep under water without raising an antenna wire to the surface!
While at it: Or used it as a cover while in fact moving to work for them...
The Tesla has a 180% efficiency battery wise. You get 1.8 time the energy you put in the batteries on output. So the 68% is fossil fuel is canceled out.
You would have even more chance than with a soda vending machine to earn a Darwin Award:
We fill up ourselves in most gas stations, now we have car vending machines. Next, fix your car yourself in human less garages.
This is really great news.
How much will it cost me if I want to buy one of those turnip?
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada had pilot less suburb trains in 1981, maybe before.
I agree with your questioning since I have seen so many times on TV major civilian carrier planes crashing because of pilot errors. Some pilots had 30 years+ of flying experience but they fucked-up due to lack of training with new technologies more often than new technologies screwed up.
RAF pilots on principle shouldn't be taken as bozos although, like in the civilian cases I have reviewed but who knows?
yep +1 funny
kudos to you. You are a smart being.
It would be more efficient to set up a tin can network with many relays:
Tin can telecom:
I think we do something equivalent in another case. Does rsyncable gzip rings a bell?
Definitely rsync. I backup 500 GB of data over slow links to remote locations. Granted, it might take you a couple weeks to set the first remote images but after that, it only takes a few minutes to update the images.
Don't forget to use the backup dir options to keep a copy of deleted files or files that have changed. You can deleted them after a while. I delete them after 14 weeks.
Use cigwin and rsync under Windows, for Mac, look at:
Relying exclusively on electronic technology introduce a single point of point of failure. Fly by wires, car ecu etc.
Not being able to fall back to some kind of manual mechanical control introduces all kinds of vulnerabilities. Whether it is a glitch in the software, solar flares, aliens or something else
Exactly, not to mention Jupiter is classified as a gas giant primarily composed of hydrogen. So indeed, not that many planets are suitable even with life support like it would be required on a moon base.
Even staying on a moon for a while might screw you up due to low gravity. Astronauts that come back from a reduced time International Space Station mission lose bone mass and it can take them up to 6 months to recover it when they come back to Earth.
I guess life support would have to provide artificial gravity which is possible with a centrifugal device.
Just because you do not know many entities following my "standard" doesn't mean there isn't many following it. So yes, like it or not, it is a standard.
Your argument sounds like my father is stronger than yours. Please go meditating a bit.
What you perceive as realty is more than often an illusion. Get along with it.