Monday, May 26, 2014

Thorium Powered Cars Have Been Practical Since the Early 50's

Mysteriously, all they ever do is talk about them. We never see them reach production.

Right after they shot John Kennedy, a virtual halt in the innovation cycle appeared out of nowhere. It is almost as if somebody reached out with their hand and seized the wheel of progress. We've all been stuck like the Soviets in the year 1959 ever since as if we did not even have access to Western technology. Almost nothing has much advanced anything like the rapid speed of the first half of the century.


Thal Genius said...

BTW. For another example of anti-innovation, look here:

I'm happy that someone saved me from thinking about slavery when I use a framework named DJANGO.

HalibetLector said...

The funniest part of the django thing is that some troll has gone around to all the big projects in github and made similar pull requests. Everybody else saw it for what it was (a political commentary) and refused to merge it. Only the idiots at django took it seriously.

njartist said...

If the belief that the elites have built underground cities is correct, then that may be where the advances are being used.

njartist said...

Thal Genius: that is the dumbest thing that I have read in a long while.

All those people who think the change is wonderful are no more than unthinking technicians. In fact, I cannot even think of a term which refers to such a bifurcated intellect.

KW Jackson said...

The thorium car has been debunked to hell and back.