COZY: Scary situation


Cameron Garner
 


The very back of the bus looks fine. That part is commonly made out of fiberglass. Maybe we should build planes out of that stuff. ;-)

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On Sunday, May 8th, 2022 at 6:21 AM, Bulent A <bulent.enginegear@...> wrote:

Can’t imagine that thing happening in the air, on all electric plane full of passengers 😳

https://youtu.be/5r-yN8SugWM

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Marc J. Zeitlin
 

Bulent Aliev wrote:

Can’t imagine that thing happening in the air, on all electric plane full of passengers 😳https://youtu.be/5r-yN8SugWM

Wow. After seeing that, I did a search for "Bus Catches Fire" on YouTube:


Imagine my surprise when 99% of the videos were of gasoline, CNG or Methane powered buses catching fire and people having to escape them. I can't imagine the issues involved with using any of those types of fuels in an airplane full of passengers - it's horrific to even think about.

Oh, wait... nevermind.

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Izzy
 

Yea, machines that go have been dangerous for a long time.

Its a good thing they don’t make these anymore…

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Izzy
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On May 8, 2022, at 20:26, Marc J. Zeitlin <marc_zeitlin@...> wrote:


Bulent Aliev wrote:

Can’t imagine that thing happening in the air, on all electric plane full of passengers 😳https://youtu.be/5r-yN8SugWM

Wow. After seeing that, I did a search for "Bus Catches Fire" on YouTube:


Imagine my surprise when 99% of the videos were of gasoline, CNG or Methane powered buses catching fire and people having to escape them. I can't imagine the issues involved with using any of those types of fuels in an airplane full of passengers - it's horrific to even think about.

Oh, wait... nevermind.

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Izzy
 

Gas powered is certainly the  way to go since it will never run out…at least in the lifetime of most boomers. 

Not sure my Gen Z and millennial kids feel the same way. They are pushing me to build electric airplanes so they will have something to fly…in 100 years. Oil energy hasn’t been all that great for them so far.

Perspective is everything.

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On May 8, 2022, at 20:30, Steve Taylor <steveastrouk@...> wrote:


That said, gasoline fires can be readily extinguished. I don't think lithium fires can ?

And we have 100 years of gasoline, and three or four of Lithium ion power batteries.

On Sun, May 8, 2022, 20:26 Marc J. Zeitlin <marc_zeitlin@...> wrote:
Bulent Aliev wrote:

Can’t imagine that thing happening in the air, on all electric plane full of passengers 😳https://youtu.be/5r-yN8SugWM

Wow. After seeing that, I did a search for "Bus Catches Fire" on YouTube:


Imagine my surprise when 99% of the videos were of gasoline, CNG or Methane powered buses catching fire and people having to escape them. I can't imagine the issues involved with using any of those types of fuels in an airplane full of passengers - it's horrific to even think about.

Oh, wait... nevermind.

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Ryszard Zadow
 

I think I heard Burt once say “Electric cars will
always me our future.” 😃

On May 8, 2022, at 21:49, Izzy via groups.io <inbriggs@...> wrote:

Gas powered is certainly the  way to go since it will never run out…at least in the lifetime of most boomers. 

Not sure my Gen Z and millennial kids feel the same way. They are pushing me to build electric airplanes so they will have something to fly…in 100 years. Oil energy hasn’t been all that great for them so far.

Perspective is everything.

Izzy
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On May 8, 2022, at 20:30, Steve Taylor <steveastrouk@...> wrote:


That said, gasoline fires can be readily extinguished. I don't think lithium fires can ?

And we have 100 years of gasoline, and three or four of Lithium ion power batteries.

On Sun, May 8, 2022, 20:26 Marc J. Zeitlin <marc_zeitlin@...> wrote:
Bulent Aliev wrote:

Can’t imagine that thing happening in the air, on all electric plane full of passengers 😳https://youtu.be/5r-yN8SugWM

Wow. After seeing that, I did a search for "Bus Catches Fire" on YouTube:


Imagine my surprise when 99% of the videos were of gasoline, CNG or Methane powered buses catching fire and people having to escape them. I can't imagine the issues involved with using any of those types of fuels in an airplane full of passengers - it's horrific to even think about.

Oh, wait... nevermind.

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KEN4ZZ
 

Burt actually had one of the very first limited production electric GM cars decades ago.  IIRC, he named it "Sparky".

Ken

On 5/8/2022 11:11 PM, Ryszard Zadow wrote:
I think I heard Burt once say “Electric cars will
always me our future.” 😃

On May 8, 2022, at 21:49, Izzy via groups.io <inbriggs@...> wrote:

 Gas powered is certainly the  way to go since it will never run out…at least in the lifetime of most boomers. 

Not sure my Gen Z and millennial kids feel the same way. They are pushing me to build electric airplanes so they will have something to fly…in 100 years. Oil energy hasn’t been all that great for them so far.

Perspective is everything.

Izzy
(603)410-7277

On May 8, 2022, at 20:30, Steve Taylor <steveastrouk@...> wrote:


That said, gasoline fires can be readily extinguished. I don't think lithium fires can ?

And we have 100 years of gasoline, and three or four of Lithium ion power batteries.

On Sun, May 8, 2022, 20:26 Marc J. Zeitlin <marc_zeitlin@...> wrote:
Bulent Aliev wrote:

Can’t imagine that thing happening in the air, on all electric plane full of passengers 😳https://youtu.be/5r-yN8SugWM

Wow. After seeing that, I did a search for "Bus Catches Fire" on YouTube:


Imagine my surprise when 99% of the videos were of gasoline, CNG or Methane powered buses catching fire and people having to escape them. I can't imagine the issues involved with using any of those types of fuels in an airplane full of passengers - it's horrific to even think about.

Oh, wait... nevermind.

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