Voyager 1 is even faster, at approximately 39,050 mph. Fun fact, Voyager 2 was launched before Voyager 1, the numbering was because Voyager 1 took a shorter, faster trajectory that got it to Jupiter first, at the expense of being unable to visit other outer planets. » 10/15/14 12:14pm Wednesday 12:14pm

"Subaru just released a RWD car and it sold like gangbusters, so we're gonna aim where they were, instead of aiming at where they will be!" - Some Acura executive, probably » 10/14/14 4:34pm Tuesday 4:34pm

That seems like an uncomfortable position for the arm to be stuck in for the duration of a party, but on the other hand, that is once sexy fuel management mapping table... » 10/10/14 5:05pm 10/10/14 5:05pm

There's probably a simpler explanation. It's the one the MIT physicists came up with, and the same one Hawking suggested: If we eventually discover a particular way to build a time machine that works, people would only be able to travel as far back as when the time machine was built.

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I would imagine powered front wheels would mean more energy is able to be recaptured in normal driving, since the front wheels are where most of the braking force comes from. » 10/03/14 10:13am 10/03/14 10:13am