It’s not a good sign when the Supreme Court literally laughs at your case.
I assume, or at least hope, that if the farmer wins, it will open up a lot of other lawsuits, to dismantle all this nonsense that goes back to the New Deal. It’s the Commerce Clause run amok.
Honda has an alternative to both HSR and the Hyperloop.
Makes a lot more sense to me.
Frank Zegler of ULA explains. He has a follow up as well.
The whole thread is worth a read if you want to understand the potential of this technology for reusable orbital systems.
We were promised a $2500 decrease in premiums. We’re getting a 41% increase.
It’s like the whole thing was some sort of scam.
Stop repairing your own car.
This is an amazingly different country than the one I grew up in.
…from a new fluid.
This is far from a mature technology.
…are technically and financially feasible.
But not the way NASA and Congress want to do it.
…is so over:
…we are producing a California that is the polar opposite of Pat Brown’s creation. True, it has some virtues: greener, cleaner, and more “progressive” on social issues. But it’s also becoming increasingly feudal, defined by a super-affluent coastal class and an increasingly impoverished interior. As water prices rise, and farms and lawns are abandoned, there’s little thought about how to create a better future for the bulk of Californians. Like medieval peasants, millions of Californians have been force[d] to submit to the theology of our elected high priest and his acolytes, leaving behind any aspirations that the Golden State can work for them too.
I don’t know what it will take to break the back of this destructive aristocracy.
Jerry Brown’s Oedipal struggle.
Aviation Week has the details from the announcement at the Space Symposium earlier this week.
Playing politics with our health.