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Apr 19
7

Yes, that was a revolution in design. However, as a roughly-average height person, I can barely see over the hoods of the newer full-size trucks these days. I imagine drivers could run over small animals and children without even knowing it.

Apr 19
16

1990 Eclipse GSX that my dad bought in November 1989. I was only 8 and that thing was a GOTDANG ROCKETSHIP. And looked super cool too. Orange dash lights...pop up headlights....graphic equalizer. Turbo AWD goodness.

Between that and our 1984 Toyota Van LE (5 speed), I think it’s clear where my love of all things Read more

Apr 19
5

youve just described all supercars.  its really not hard to make a car that can hit 60 in under 3 and do over 200mph anymore.  and theyre all so expensive its gotten to the point of who the hell cares.  what can they do for 100k.  hell what kinda car can they make for 50.  anyone can make a fast car for 300k or 3 Read more

Apr 19
45

1996 Dodge Viper GTS. It started a life-long obsession for 10-year-old me, and although it took a long time for me to save up to get one, I still smile every time I open my garage and see one sitting there.

Apr 19
11

Ingenuity has no scientific equipment on it, so it’s not really useful for anything other than testing the possibility of controlled flight on Mars. So while it’s possible they will find a use for its one tiny black-and-white camera, there isn’t really much it can do that Perseverance can’t at this point. Read more

Apr 19
66

The 1994 Dodge Ram front end was a complete departure from what other manufacturers were doing with pickup trucks up until that point. While it is pretty ‘meh’ nowadays, it set a trend that almost all other manufacturers started designing toward in the years after and still carries on today, 27 years later.

Apr 19
25

The LaFerrari is a mild hybrid, not a battery EV. It’s less electrified than a Prius so I’m not sure what your point is.

Apr 19
33

6+ years of development, completely autonomous operation, 2500rpm coaxial rotor system with needed motor and battery system, control logic for flying in atmospheric pressure that’s 1% of earth atmosphere, ability to stay alive in -90deg c temperatures in dusty conditions, all packaged in 1.9kg.. not to mention Read more

Apr 19
22

That attitude isn’t “eat the rich” enough for this site.

Apr 19
23

Have you noticed how clickbaity and intentionally misleading the headlines around here have gotten? It’s all to make you click the article and expose you to more ads. I’m done with this place. They’ve lost their good writers and all that’s left is mediocracy. 

Apr 19
18

I assume all the materials had to be made to withstand all the radiation and temperature changes from sitting out on a planet without much atmosphere. Its not like they are just using materials of a commercial drone

Apr 19
28

In the sequel to “The Martian”, Matt Damon, who is stranded on Mars again, can take the abandoned Ingenuity apart, charge it with solar cells, and use its motors and blades as a Weed Wacker on his potato farm.

Apr 18
37

The fact that the Zodiac Killer has not already been recalled and thrown out of office for his bullshit means to me that Texas has no problem with him gibbering whatever bullshit comes to mind and will certainly have no issues with him leaving the state the next time they are suffering. Read more

Aug 14
6

Actually it’s Totoro’s latest victim, just look at his eyes. He uses that bus stop to pick out his prey before he follows them homes like an ‘80s Slasher.