This is an interesting idea. Having the ability to charge while on the buses would enhance the idea.
It reminds me of some of the concepts for planetary exploration with a “mothership” and flocks of cubesat “birds” (e.g., to send a bunch, or consecutive waves, through the plumes of Enceladus to capture data in both time and position).
Go depopulated. Almost twenty percent of Minneapolis real estate has gone on the market in the last week. Though, to be fair, this could just be a combination of a summer uptick, and pent-up supply from months of shutdown in which it was hard to do a real-estate transaction.
But if it’s due to rioting, I suspect this will be the fate of a lot of cities in the coming months and years, including Seattle. I suspect our home value will hold up, though. Always going to be demand to live near the beach in LA County.
No, it is not yet needed for space tourism to take off. I wonder if she’s read my book? It doesn’t seem like it.
An interesting essay by Jessy Kate Schingler.
“I chose to go to one, and it was the best decision I ever made.”
Almost half of them may be gone within a decade.
Good riddance. This was a bubble waiting to be popped, and the pandemic was the pin.
May have saved no lives, and cost many.
It’s appearing more and more to me that that was the case. It was perhaps the biggest blunder in human history.
A long but interesting article on how he’s attempting to transform society in an actual useful direction.
…expose lock downs and social distancing as a farce.
Perhaps the greatest mistake in human history.