A naive question.
Just how many tonnes of planet warming gas has been emitted during this "little rich boy" jaunt?
If it's a great deal, how do they intend to offset their footprint?
Not that I'm against genuine scientific research; far from it.
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Here's a reference to the original article from July the 3rd 2015, in Welt.
N.B. It has no tracks, hence, I suppose, the long time it took to remove from the cellar and load onto the transporter.
He ain't driving it anywhere without tracks.
How on earth has it taken so long to bring to court?
But ship to shore connections have been available via satellite for at least 20 years to my knowledge. I'm informed that tens of thousands of ships are already using this service. High bandwidth it certainly ain't, we're talking 100's of kbps only, not megabits/sec.
I was lecturing about this technology way back in 2001 for a well known, London based satellite company. Now whether they have it connected to any on board IT systems is another thing entirely.
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