forget it, one big-ass rotor is far more efficient and generates far more lift than a bunch of small ones. that thing has 20 minute flight time, and needs by their words a "range extender" for more than that, a combustion engine. there is a reason basics of helicopter design has not changed in decades, nothing else makes sense.
you're not an engineer, are you. Maybe you should think of the weight of the fuel it would take to power eight (one adult one ultralight frame) engines for even 20 minutes at max thrust. Answer, 120 liters, 96 kilos of kerosene. Oops, guess we need another engine to lift that....
I'm not sure your traffic control people should be in the air, maybe they could be in a kind of tower high enough to at least see both ends of the asphalt strips. One problem is that the drivers of these flying cars might anthropomorphize the tower and start addressing it as "tower" when talking over a radio to the traffic control people in the tower. Another would be the difficulty in seeing the license plates on the flying cars, maybe bigger numbers could be painted on the sides of the vehicle toward the tail end.
I thought the green way was everyone getting a house like Al Gore's that takes the energy of 20+ normal family houses.
You are the one who doesn't understand how money is made with open source software, or even most closed source software for that matter.
You seem fixated on the mistaken notion that paying for software is what drives the business, open or closed. it does not.
For those of us who wish to hasten the death of GNOME, is there anything we can do?
actually, no, I'd agree we have enough data about 1920 till now to talk about average global temperature within a couple tenths of a degree C over 95 years. but that's all. And I do agree carbon pollution is bad for a number of reasons even if climate not affected as much as the agenda-driven IPCC and the big investors influencing their actions would like us to believe
You are silly, we only have accurate temperature reconds for anything that could be considered a useable "grid" covering the earth for far less than a century.
I did, the maths are applied to temperature estimates lacking in necessary accuracy and precision, and so are rubbish
You have it backwards, please point me to the authoritative record of temperatures to within say a quarter of a degree C for the last 500 years.
at least I tried and used tmux for two weeks before reaching my conclusion, as it is the preferred ware over screen in my favorite BSD server distro
"Saner keys" really doesn't mean much to me, I learn the dozen or so list of keystrokes it takes to do the job, whatever they are. Most of the commonly used "screen" ones do have sensible mnemonics for those that find such things helpful.
As others have pointed out, screen can do sharing.
we cannot ascertain the temperatures of past centuries with enough precision to make any such study nor claims
long done deal
screen also has split windows, multiple sessions, customizable status bar. For my use cases, I could not find a compelling reason to use tmux
not poverty, instead places where family structure has broken down and subcultures do not instill any respect for human life. I know places where poor people are not killing each other. poverty is no excuse