Private landowners who own forested land could be given tax incentives to "de-brush" their properties. All the brush, branches, dead trees, etc. (that's the stuff that fuels forest fires. The big trees just end up suffering as a result) would be cut down, picked up, and hauled to businesses that...
I've watched this video yesterday:
And today, I was wondering, has any car's computer had a hiccup due to cosmic rays?
Any reports of Tesla's cars getting bit-flipped?
Would the CT's SS exterior make it any less likely? Seems not much, given that some rays already pass through the atmosphere...
Exactly what it says on the tin.
I tried finding the answer with a search engine, but all I found was stuff about charging non-Tesla cars at Tesla Superchargers.
If this has already been answered, please post the URL to that thread, or merge this one.
Despite that being a seemingly common movie trope, that is a complete disqualification when testing biometric security systems. "Will not work with severed thumbs", or anything like it, will have to be a selling point, just to discourage crooks who might think of it.
It is possible. It would include a truckload of complexity, both in hardware and in software.
The main source of the complexity will be that each wheel will have to turn to a different angle, so that all the wheels will trace out concentric circles.
If an autobody expert and a computer nerd put...
The more I think about it, the more I am having my doubts. You are probably right, anionic1.
Something I have noticed in the pictures, and no one else seemed to have mentioned, are what appears to be tie-down points in the side walls, near the corners.
With those, there is little need for T-slots.
I understand there is little evidence of T-slots. Hence, my hypothesis.
I do not see forklifts being a problem. Every CT owner will just have to tell any forklift operators to watch what they are doing. The door to the underbed compartment would be a greater concern.
I would never think the bed...
T-slots are probably one of those things that is not on the prototype, but will be included standard in production. The ends of the slots will probably have ramps to facilitate removal of debris. Like in the sketch below:
This would also help with the insertion of fasteners.
If I knew this was an old thread, I would not have contributed. I do not always look at the dates.
The reply box should have a sign above it like "This thread is over [qty.] [unit of time] old" or similar on all threads over, say, 120 days old.
Maybe try bluing liquid. It is used in gunsmithing. How well will it work on stainless steel, I have no idea. Someone will have to experiment. I do not have any bluing liquid, otherwise, I would experiment right now on whatever scrap of SS I have.