TESLA,THE STOCK & EV STORIES“Hey SIRI, what’s Tesla’s stock price?”
Tesla Tells California DMV that FSD Is Not Capable of Autonomous Driving
- Tesla’s Auto Pilot is in fact Full (by yourself) Driving feature
- The key correspondence comes from December 28, 2020, between Tesla’s associate general counsel Eric C. Williams and California DMV’s chief of the autonomous vehicles branch, Miguel D. Acosta
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All the coronavirus in the world could fit inside a Coke can, with plenty of room to spare
Christian Yates, Senior Lecturer in Mathematical Biology, University of Bath
Author of The Maths of Life and Death
- My wife suggested it would be the size of an Olympic swimming pool
- this is an approximation based on the most reasonable assumptions
- rough estimates for peak viral loads range from 1 billion to 100 billion virus particles.
- Take a value in the middle, 10 billion.
- add up all the contributions to the viral load of each of the 3 million people who became infected on each of the previous days (assuming this 3 million rate is roughly constant)
- then there are roughly two hundred quadrillion (2x10¹⁷ or two hundred million billion) virus particles in the world at any one time.
roughly the same as the number of grains of sand on the planet.
- remember that SARS-CoV-2 particles are extremely smal
- the diameter range from 80 to 120 nanometres
- gives us a total volume of about 120 millilitres (ml)
- He considers close sphere packing, spheres take 26% more space when filling a space
Even taking the upper end of the diameter estimate and accounting for the size of the spike proteins all the SARS-CoV-2 still wouldn’t fill a Coke can.
SPACE-X & AEROSPACE
A quickie, science story. To a lot of folks science is too slowly progressing and boring, but here we have a giant leap seen from in a grain of rock from an asteroid pretty much everyone is unaware of!
SCIENTISTS SHOCKED AT WATER AND ORGANIC MATERIAL FOUND ON ASTEROID FOR THE FIRST TIME
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- Finding could rewrite our understanding of how the Earth developed
Scientists have found water and organic matter on the surface of an