Maybe a 555 on the trigger button?
Wipe that email server. Remove the disk and cut it up with angle grinder.
Npt using it if it can't play youtube videos.
I for one welcome our new robot overlords.
And aircraft use radar for collision avoidance.
reminding them that they're responsible to keep their hands on the wheel
If Tesla were serious about they they would put a dead man switch on the steering wheel.
But the problem is with the battery terminals causing an over current condition and over heating. Totally an electrical problem.
Use an induction catapult to fire a stream of metallic reaction mass at your chosen target. Then send a second induction catapult along that stream, carrying passengers, flying to the target. Most of the work is done in the originating system. Your pellets reaction mass are self guided with microcontrollers and little ion drives so they can stay aligned.
I've got one right here. Found it in a dumpster. It wont start but the power supply smells when I connect it to the mains. I wonder if it has Clinton emails on it?
I expect momentum to be transferred in the direction of the impactor, not perpendicular to that direction, chewing up structure along the way. This structure was too stiff.
For a structure presumably just 1cm thick, thats a pretty nasty failure. That particle should have just breezed through.
A holiday in Japan right now would be quite nice.
But also Earth has shellfish which turn carbon dioxide into limestone. Venus does not.
Oh no I think is more the difference between makers and users. There were makers in my father's and grandfather's generation (I was born in 65) but there are so many toys available today that I just think kids are growing up as consumers. I rarely see anybody under 40 in my local electronics shop. Plenty of kids out buying phones and tablets though.
Also a lot of new tech these days is straight out of science fiction from the 1970s and 80s. People from older generations can just say oh yeah I read about this, while younger kids are more likely to be baffled by things which don't fit their worldview.
"Trust me. I know what I'm doing." -- Sledge Hammer