Doesn’t even matter, UPS hasn’t paid a dime anyway.
France has been using nuclear power plants since the 60’s. They now have 50+(not a typo)nuclear power reactors that that give 60% of the nations energy in a low cost, more green than oil and coal way. Their energy is among the cheapest in the world and they were they’ve been Europes top energy exporter for years now. Read more
Because High Speed Rail is a proven technology that is available today. Hyperloop is little more than a sketch on the back of a bar napkin. For anyone to take it seriously, it has to possess through all the phases. Right now it is in the “vague concept” phase. The next step is actually developing concrete plans for a… Read more
Population density in the United States generally is quite small yes, but there are regions which have enormous density that can absolutely support high speed service. Boston-Washington has 45 million people along a 400 mile stretch. That is very much ideal for high-speed service (and of course, it already has high… Read more
Yeah. The possibility of cobalt “salting” disturbs me a bit.
For everyone who had been asking, there is no Open button. That is merely a light, indicating that the voting station is open for electronic voting. When electronic voting is not available, the Open bulb goes dark.