The Collision Of Two Technologies
Darwin’s Theory tells us how nature cleans up the gene pool by removing those undeserving of being able to reproduce. Well, now this has been substantiated by two technologies colliding (literally) to give it credence.
On one hand (again, literally) we have the texting ability of the so called “smart-phone” user, this is a person who has been gifted with a device that can totally block out any cognizance of the actual world around them as he or she careen down their own private path fixated on that little screen. This creates a situation in which that person now can share their inner thoughts with the entire twitter driven world any time they think they have just had an original thought. At the same time and with the same device, there are those who will be able to use that very same accessible technology to announce when they pass gas, an event that’s often equal to or of even greater value than that previously mentioned thought.
On the other hand, we now have the technology to manufacture cars that are able to, in absolute silence, weave in and out of the pedestrian’s usual domain of crosswalks and the curb area at corners. The inevitable meet up between those walking / texting and the auto equivalent of the stealth fighters is going to take place somewhere around the shin to knee area of the average sized pedestrian.
To match up with those other 4 letter named electrically powered cars like the Nissan LEAF and the Chevrolet VOLT, I’d like to suggest that if Ford makes one it should be called the Ford FART SBD, or possibly the Ford FLATULENCE SBD. If you don’t get that SBD part, post a comment to this blog for a translation. However, to save a step you might find a clue by rereading about the attribute mentioned for the electrical cars in the paragraph above.
The result of these impacts is predictable, and history shows that every time a few thousand pounds of vehicle meets up with a hundred or two pounds of flesh, the end result will almost always (here’s one exception) give the game, set, and match to the vehicle, or in other words, Charles Darwin rocks on in the 21st century.
N.B., The ownership of any and all photos, opinions, and / or quotes above (including those of my own) belong to the material’s creator(s). Credit is given when it’s known, but as we’ve found, success will have a million parents and failure will be an orphan.
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