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transportation mixed with thoughts and facts of all sorts.
>if someones is big, should it be easier for him to climb a mountain than for a smaller person? lets say you have a cyclist of X size. (not weight, or height but size). and then you have a clone of him thats exactly the same but 25% larger. despite the weight difference, the larger one should arrive first because under his perspective, the mountain is smaller. his relationship with the earth's size is different. am i right?an ant can go really fast for its size but if you make do a 1km road he will take longer than any normal human right? yes , gravity and wind affect both cyclists in a different way, but again , for the larger one the mountain is smaller. what happens with time? do smaller people feel time slower than big people? do bigger cyclists have an advantage? why do we have people like chavez, small but on top competition level?
> a 787 rolls royce engine costs something in between 30-50 million usd.
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What does /n/ think about freeway removals?
I think it's great for cities and really makes everything better for everybody, even drivers.
Interesting article on the issue: http://gizmodo.com/6-freeway-removals-that-changed-their-cities-forever-1548314937
Here, from my home town of Oslo. If you change from 2009 to 2014 you can see the difference in the same place in the span of 5 years, and as you can see it looks a lot better after the freeway was removed. ;