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Jeep Wrangler spy shots show a pickup!
Desert sand dunes in Oklahoma?
Autonomous vehicle crashes in Arizona
An Uber vehicle being tested had crashed and flipped on it's side.
Reading about this made me realize the fundamental problem with this whole self driving car concept.
With normal cars that are driven, when things fail they don't pull all cars from being driven except in rare instances with certain recalls, even then, there is never been a situation where all cars of a certain model were banned from driving, because the basic design and assembly of cars is reliable. Cars are tested enough to know that their basically simple design works properly before they leave the factory. With normal cars when the driver fails by driving drunk or texting or distractions and getting into the crash, the driver can be pulled from driving the vehicle or other vehicles, but the car design remains drive able.
NOT SO with driverless cars. What we have here is the idea of REPLACING the driver with a machine and sensors, and this is wrought with serious problems and i think will NEVER be workable in the real world of driving. We are trying to replace humans with machines in a very complex environment. The real world of driving has so many factors and aspects to it, no machine can compare to the human ability to process the information.
The article stated: the company’s self-driving arm has seen little
progress in the overall reliability of its autonomous systems.
I think we FIRST need to create a human robot that can clean house every day without breaking anything, then we can look at machines driving themselves and us around. Autonomous cars are likely never going to fly, litterally and figurratively. There's too many things in it's way all over the place going different speeds, too many reflections it can misjudge where a human wouldn't, on and on. Airplanes that "fly themselves" don't have these problems.
Cluch change tip to lock in place when tightening and loosening bolts
Using a cut piece of an old flexplate as seen in this image from perfectionclutch video it makes it so that with one person you can tighten up the bolts properly when replacing a clutch assembly.
Goodyear introduces a concept tire shaped like a planet
It's based on the concept of levitation and magnetics. You gotta watch this video.
Volvo says self driving cars better without humans as backup
changes position on climate change
Solar power claimed to now be cheaper than "fossil" fuels
Wattway powers the world's first solar road
The Tesla model X is an "awful car"
as one reviewer puts it
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