Which is the fact that humans shouldn't be allowed to drive. Clearly they are too fallible.
I am a professional driver, which does not necessarily make me better than all of you, just the ones who do idiotic things (like pass me on a double yellow and cut me off to take an exit).
"We have access to virtually every kind of information. I found your name on the passenger list of the [plane] that crashed."
Arthur was astonished.
"You mean they knew about the crash?"
"Well, of course they knew. You don't have a whole [airplane disappear into the Atlantic] without someone knowing about it.'
"But you mean, they knew where it had happened? They knew I'd survived?'
"But nobody's ever been to look or search or rescue. There's been absolutely nothing."
"Well there wouldn't be. It's a whole complicated [airliner manufacturing] thing. They just bury the whole thing. Pretend it never happened. The [airliner] business is completely screwy now. You know they've reintroduced the death penalty for [airliner manufacturing] company directors?'
"Really?" said Arthur. "No I didn't. For what offence?'
"What do you mean, offence?"
I say that people are the problem. If people were courteous enough to follow the Stop Sign rule and not get angry and impatient then we would not need traffic lights. Traffic lights in turn cause the problem of the backups you just described, because of the lag of one driver hesitating and starting the positive feedback loop.
Like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwHfibl1AoI&translated=1
...but I heard this on the RADIO two days ago.
But anyway, if you're stupid enough to rob a bank or whatever and then update your facebook or twitter status "i just robbed a bank lol" then you deserve whats coming. I only bother with facebook about once every two weeks, and I find twitter to be absolutely useless.
Well, depends on the quality of the video. If we assume that video is 30 frames a second, that would make 30,000 words a second and 1,800,000 words a minute. A full length movie at this rate (assuming 1.5 hours) 162,000,000 words, plus dialog.
This is of course high-quality video, but its pretty amazing how quickly that adds up.
So what would happen if we used these superconductors as traces on say a motherboard?
Would it be faster/better?
We could just build it to put into a chest freezer. Also handy for cooling off the beer quickly.