Actually I’m pretty sure they’re just regular giraffes with stealth technology to reduce their optical signature. They’ve already proven they can reach across a fence about 4x further than the apparent length of their necks.
We just acquired some fur-faced lawnmowers. The cats are still trying to decide if they should be hunted or fled.
I just paid US6.60/gallon for 98 octane. Which is about what it was pre-Covid
Just added this. Thank you sir, you are a saviour.
Nissan might not be too impressed with that name...
You can tell he’s a professional by the fact that the vid doesn’t end with an inside view of a croc’s gullet....
Well we know you can’t get from Berlin to Moscow on a tank, So you should be able to back calculate from there.
There’s a serious suboptimisation issue going on there, unfortunately. Pumping carbon into the air ain’t great for ecosystems either.
I replied to me not to you. Kinja...
There is that. Although good luck putting in new anything with environmental concerns. Even battery farms are going to be a big problem after the first one catches fire photogenically. The biggest advantage of solar is it goes out in the desert where almost nobody cares. Read more
Putting hydro in the mix solves the battery problem. If you only use the hydro on days when it’s not windy at night, it can act as reserve capacity for a lot more demand than it can supply as your primary source. Even more if you use the excess generation capacity on bright windy days to pump water back up the hill. Read more
Actually now I think about it, the Hudson highlights a major scoring area that got forgotten: the time sink factor. Let’s face it, a Fake Snake or Se7en someone built themselves is way cooler than one they just bought. Read more