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fly faster, please

OK, so I am having a problem understanding how over the last 20 years computers became insanely popular…the internet…and all those other awesome technological advancements have come along BUT

TRAVEL HAS REMAINED THE SAME.
Actually I could even argue that its gone back in time since we no long use the concord. Why is it that we have made 0 advancement in consumer travel? Why are we still flying in the same planes at the same speeds to get places?

Doesn’t this make 0 sense to you? I assumed that 20 years would be plenty time to you know…..double our traveling speed….make getting to england from australia a 5 hour thing…or at least some steps in the right direction.

I’m annoyed, I think this is a failure. All aeronautical engineers should be ASHAMED of themselves.

Get working, make us fly faster….now.

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  1. […] I have been complaining for a while now (fly faster, please) about how consumer travel has not improved in something like 30 years.  We are flying the same planes at the same speeds with no major improvements (some safety improvements yes, but we’re not getting places any faster).  We don’t even fly the concord anymore which was an improvement for those making the trans-atlantic journey.  With all the advances in electronics, computers, and the internet I feel like real life traveling has stalled, but I am thirlled to say that I read an article recently about Lockheed Martin currently designing a new small passenger jet (12 passenger) that would travel 1,200 mph (mach 1.8).  I know this aircraft would be an exclusive commodity and out of reach for the general public, but this is a great step in the right direction.  Hopefully the popularity of this aircraft will prompt more and larger planes that travel at these speeds (making it more accessible to the average Joes like you and I). Thank you, for actually making an effort to improve travel.  Maybe by the time I’m an OLD lady, it won’t take me 12 hours to get to London.  I like to travel, I like to fly…Lets make this happen. http://wired.com/news/technology/0,71665-0.html?tw=wn_index_2 If you enjoyed this please Share:These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. […]