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Hi Chris Taylor -
>I'm not having that - philosophy produces the idea that cars might 'be';
>science builds one weighing thirty tonnes; then engineers make something
>people can use.
Why have that?
Marketeers and the engineers make the monstrosities. Just try to actually
see something these days from your hole between the SUV's on the highway.
I'd like to think science would have us all on bicycles....
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