The wikipedia page says it would only be propelled by the wind. If the wind only blows one way, it might travel straight to the shoreline and get stuck there.
I mean, I'm no expert on sailing or physics or Titan, and I didn't RTFA... But we have sail boats on earth, and last time I checked... they can steer. Like a lot. And it doesn't require a change in wind direction.
Google has made it difficult both to find out where they keep their data centers and how many they have.
Well, you can get to know either, but just not both at the same time.
That's quantum for ya.
Does that imply that if you observe the location of one, they either build a new one or tear one down? More amusingly, if you figure out how many they have, all of the existing ones move to new locations.
This is like asking people what kind of shoes they own, and how fast they think they can run, then concluding that people who own running shoes run faster than those who don't.
Not really. You can measure how fast you run. Literacy is a much grayer area. How do you measure it? It's more like saying "what kind of car do you drive?" and "How good is your driving technique?"
The tree of research must from time to time be refreshed with the blood of bean counters. -- Alan Kay