Nuclear power for everything stationary, natural gas for everything that moves. Global warming will slow on its own. It always has.
Electric cars will not slow down global warming significantly. Commercial sectors need to get involved first. Battery chemistry needs to be less toxic (preferably non-toxic). commercial farming and ranching needs to get onboard (and we need to eat less meat(methane...)) etc.
Came for the aerocoupe and got a nissan and an olds. And some car I’ve never heard of. Boo.
Cars all became our friend who aced the SAT, got his business degree, and is now doing a solid job raising his two kids in the suburbs while working his way up through middle management at a regional accounting firm. He’s a good friend and can hold his liquor on the semi-monthly occasion he comes out with us. Read more
Turns out that Germany doesn’t like people who build cults of personality and disregard laws as a matter of company policy. I wonder why?
And vapid people on Instagram call themselves “influencers.” Doesn’t make it less cringey simply because it’s a popular term.
well, I’m inclined to agree, but remember: this is kotaku not the [name of reputiable pulication responsible for news, not a blog about video game culture]
I was going to say something similar, in that I’m not sure which is weirder - that this goofy shit is happening, or that it qualifies as “news”.
this is so all just so... lame? both twitch’s double standards and the activity driving it all. i hate both.
Toyota is right. People will be wanting and buying gasoline vehicles for the next couple of decades.
I’ve been working at Ford for 6 years and have launched a few products (F150 and Super Duty plus a bunch of prototype builds of various cars). I feel like I know LESS about how an OEM gets a complete working vehicle out to customers now than I did before I started working. Read more
It’s one of those things that always gets overlooked, but holy shit does it look hard to build a car. From design to manufacturing, everything is complicated. Like, some dude (more likely a team) had to design, test, and build a machine to deliver a seat at exactly there right time to exactly the right place, and it… Read more
Pay more, train more. The amount of corporations who complain about a shortage of this staff, or that staff, and you ask them about their training schemes and they just shrug. It costs money to learn stuff, not just the money to pay for tuition and training, but money to fund all the regular living costs you still… Read more
Yes, I’m sure the brilliant minds behind Hackers will get right on that legal case.