finley wrote: Remember the main design constraint on any vehicle is the human driver, which increases the cost and decreases the attainable efficiency considerably.
headhonchoII wrote:I think driverless delivery vehicles powered by electricity could be huge , Finley also mentioned before.
I think electric cars will be feasible using the idea of lease versus own. The main problem is the cost of the battery. If you can have a warranty on the battery (or car) this will change the risk profile to the user.
As the old adage I learned at home goes, 'if you ain't got anything good to say, say nothing'.
fred smith wrote:As the old adage I learned at home goes, 'if you ain't got anything good to say, say nothing'.
Was that a stab at irony or did you fail to learn the adage properly? Ap-parently (snicker), home schooling is not all that it is cracked up to be... and I am sure that a remark about not the sharpest pencil in the drawer would not be well received at this, er, point... and lest your response be taken or construed as a veiled attack on my unbridled enthusiasm for the future of energy supply, I reiterate that it is all about the hope and change and the changing hopes whereby we hope to change what changed our hope to hoping for changing instead of changing for hope. I reach for my Bible and learn about the birds in the air and the lilies in the field and wonder if this is not a message from the Divine Being, the True One that we are looking in all the wrong places to harvest the energy that will establish peace and prosperity on earth forever and ever allelujah.
Hey Fred, why don't you peace off and stop crapping on these nice people's thread?
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