My concern is this. The physical buttons and switches on the space shuttle were always flanked by small rails. These served two purposes. One, to keep floating objects and crew members from accidently activating them. Two, they were designed to allow crew members to be able to hold onto them for leverage while… » 7/31/14 9:27am 7/31/14 9:27am

I nominate the first generation Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 Spyder. If anything exemplifies the 90s to me, it's automakers going all in on technology features before they could make them truly reliable. The first gen VR4 seems to be the poster child for this. Mitsubishi took every stereotypical feature of 90s cars and… » 7/11/14 6:41pm 7/11/14 6:41pm

I remember that the Dodge Copperhead (aka Dodge Concept Car) sat in my garage for the longest time after winning it as a race prize. I finally got it in my head one day to try it out and the thing blew my mind. Definitely the biggest surprise I remember from that game. » 6/24/14 8:12am 6/24/14 8:12am

So basically compressing the entire acceleration curve that a rocket achieves over the course of many miles during it's ascent into lets say a few hundred yards at best? The g load alone would be enough to liquify anything being propelled by this gargantuine death machine. » 5/01/14 1:53pm 5/01/14 1:53pm