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zramn

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Date Signed Up:2/26/2010
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#26 - Two phones, by Kevin Gates.  [+] (1 new reply) 07/10/2016 on Random shit on my phone 82 0
#27 - deadhunter (07/10/2016) [-]
Thank you!
#1292 - **zramn used "*roll picture*"** **zramn rolled image ** 07/10/2016 on CLOSED STOP FUCKING ROLLING 0
#9 - Yes. Yes they are. 07/08/2016 on Misty's Rather Unorthodox... +4
#20 - Picture 07/08/2016 on Endinto Heytsi Xidovo +5
#19 - Isn't the purpose of the shirt to come in handy? 06/30/2016 on we all need one of these +19
#18 - They make a point of that in the episode 06/21/2016 on All might vs. Noumu +4
#93 - Of course they will not let airplanes go unchecked... They don… 06/20/2016 on He was defiantly in the... 0
#78 - (Hit ctrl-enter): -Cost several thousands for the first co…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/19/2016 on He was defiantly in the... 0
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#92 - clannadqs (06/20/2016) [-]
No no no, you're missing what I'm saying. We've been treating airplanes like that for decades. Not much has changed because they will probably never truly let airplanes go unchecked just for safety reasons. They truly don't need to check airplanes that often as they are almost as reliable as cars, but they HAVE to because it's so much more dangerous if there is a failure. Same will FOREVER be the case with flying cars. No matter how far out technology advances it will always be safer to be on the ground.
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#93 - zramn (06/20/2016) [-]
Of course they will not let airplanes go unchecked... They don't let cars go unchecked either. Yes there is much more danger in a failure of a plane than a car, but that is expected when it has so much more rigorous operation, but unlike a car, planes fly at a very high altitude and are actually safer in terms of chance of collisions. This is by no means a small feat, but this same principle is with trains as well, and we already drive over their tracks. A train cannot deviate from the track due to a fault, but a plane can glide and emergency land, or abort over a non-populated area. When we are flying our cars we will have the same safety measures and I am assured warning systems for locations. Telemetry of what your flight vector is versus your current velocity means you are in a sense driving over the solid white line, only with much more risk. We can regulate and enforce these things, just as we do our drivers. Think of OnStar, only more invasive.

Lastly, yes it will be always safer to be on the ground, however the same could be said about walking to your destination vs driving to it, more risk and higher regulation/training, for a reward of less time spent.
#77 - I agree it may not happen in our lifetimes at all, but most in…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/19/2016 on He was defiantly in the... 0
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#78 - zramn (06/19/2016) [-]
(Hit ctrl-enter):
-Cost several thousands for the first computers
-Several tubes replaced weekly
-An entire new communications system was built
-You have to obey laws on the internet too
-New fibers were laid down in even America's oldest cities.
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#92 - clannadqs (06/20/2016) [-]
No no no, you're missing what I'm saying. We've been treating airplanes like that for decades. Not much has changed because they will probably never truly let airplanes go unchecked just for safety reasons. They truly don't need to check airplanes that often as they are almost as reliable as cars, but they HAVE to because it's so much more dangerous if there is a failure. Same will FOREVER be the case with flying cars. No matter how far out technology advances it will always be safer to be on the ground.
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#93 - zramn (06/20/2016) [-]
Of course they will not let airplanes go unchecked... They don't let cars go unchecked either. Yes there is much more danger in a failure of a plane than a car, but that is expected when it has so much more rigorous operation, but unlike a car, planes fly at a very high altitude and are actually safer in terms of chance of collisions. This is by no means a small feat, but this same principle is with trains as well, and we already drive over their tracks. A train cannot deviate from the track due to a fault, but a plane can glide and emergency land, or abort over a non-populated area. When we are flying our cars we will have the same safety measures and I am assured warning systems for locations. Telemetry of what your flight vector is versus your current velocity means you are in a sense driving over the solid white line, only with much more risk. We can regulate and enforce these things, just as we do our drivers. Think of OnStar, only more invasive.

Lastly, yes it will be always safer to be on the ground, however the same could be said about walking to your destination vs driving to it, more risk and higher regulation/training, for a reward of less time spent.
#73 - Current jumbojets have automated landing systems, and when a l… 06/19/2016 on He was defiantly in the... +2