sadetheruiner t1_j8llxl8 wrote

Same reason you’d never see wild pugs, humans bred pets to be interesting looking(many times doing a grave disservice to their health). Stalking predators like felines are genetically pressured to blend into their hunting environment, so a long haired orange cat would suck at blending into a jungle, get eaten or starve to death.


sadetheruiner t1_j7t5sic wrote

Why would you be investigated? You have witnesses, unless you, your copilot and attendant all have a history of being drunk on the job. Reporting crap like that to the control tower isn’t going to end with a black bag over your head by some super secret government agency.


sadetheruiner t1_j2fi1av wrote

I believe most people would be more comfortable with a heat transfer system, but of course that’s more weight, more cost and more things to break.


sadetheruiner t1_j2f5kgf wrote

That would probably be more efficient. Honestly if operations expand there’s no reason a hybrid system couldn’t be utilized, as someone else mentioned the fission gives free heat.


sadetheruiner t1_j2ehilb wrote

If it rings the moon it’s always daylight on half the panels. So I think the takeaway is that half the panels at any given time produce more than fission options.