I wouldn't mind the namesake if it were just another limited model like the Bullitts have been, but having it be a permanent thing seems like it would cheapen the Mach name. They better make this thing fast as hell
Yup!Pie in the sky indeed. Anytime you mention helping the environment or regulating businesses to stop pollution and rampant corruption Bob and Karen jump in and start screaming about job creators, the economy and freedom... No Bob, no Karen, you are literally going to kill us all... maybe my generation won't bear the brunt of it (and the boomers will all be gone so they don't care) but my 10 year old I would HOPE will live another like 70+ years and I'd like for her to not have to deal with it...
Lol yup, it's up there.What’s that up in the sky? Is that a Banana Cream pie at 30,000 feet?
Yeah, I don’t see Kim Jong Un subjugating he and his country to a nuclear power control group of which we are a member....opcorn:
Fusion power is also never gonna happen — safely anyway.....
Here’s an unique worry for you....the bigger and faster the colliders like the Hadron get — what if the collisions at light speed create a small black hole that cannot be controlled? There ARE scientists that say this is a possibility — POOF! No more worries about the planet because it is the size of a golf ball!
Man, did we get off the subject on the Mach E or WHAT!
I am SO comforted that the LHC is shut down right now.....rebuilding it to make it faster and cause harder and more frequent and intense collisions. Still hard for me to believe that we can accelerate matter (no matter how small...lol) to 99.9% the speed of light, and then watch as they crash into each other. Gluons, muons and quarks, oh my!Lmao.
Well... science does tend to cause large hadrons...