The world should not wait for self driving cars

john | Sept. 20, 2021, 5:27 p.m.

That's dumb.  That doesn't solve the problem.  The world really should start focusing on the silent majority.  Pedestrians.  We all walk.

There are a few of us, whom don't.  But in general, I'd say the largest part of the world population, walks.  It's only natural.  Now you might think, well that's dumb, I don't walk, I drive.  And that may in fact be true.

You may in fact, actually drive.  Heck, you might even have a fancy car.  But you know what you have to do, to get in that car? Walk.

Of course, some of you might be thinking.  I'm lucky enough to have levitation, and don't need to walk to my car.

To you, I ask, open source that so the rest of us can get in on it.  But to the rest of humanity, who isn't high on their own levitation, we walk.

Granted, I know, it's impractical to presume that any human, who walks.  Might in fact be a threat to a car.  They are so fragile those humans, not surrounded by two ton climate controlled boxes.

Instead, most governments, listen to the loud minorities.  In fact, it's rather amusing, take for example, in America.  Exists the Noerr-Pennington doctrine.  I'd go into some rant about that, but you could read it yourself.

I digressed of course.  My unsual rants about cars, be as it may, is always just that.  A rant.  I would offer the solution, be it as impractical as car owners may find it, but I'd say, it's rather elegant and, to say the least, just to the other vehicles on the road.

But I'll let the professional engineers and doctors of philosophy argue it first, before I rant about it more.

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