Indeed one sexy Dirigible. and one flaccid blimp.
Trivia you probably wont care about. The term 'Blimp' is from the Brits, who classified it as a "Type B Limp Aircraft" not sure what a type A was but i guess we are lucky Alimp is hard to say over the radio.
I'm guessing that A was rigid.
It's too perfect that the only link is between "Center" (Downtown) and Student City.
Sometimes I wonder whether if the Nevada test site had been the Key West test site, the fates of Haiti and California would be reversed. Then I realize I don't even know enough about tectonics to even ask the question. Then I realize that's stupid, I should be asking it anyway.
I don't understand how Haiti and California are comparable. One of them is half an island with a few million people on it, the other is a big populous state in North America.
They're both on the West coast of something? People go both places on holiday? Help me out here. What does this have to do with Nevada ?
They are both by active tectonic plate fault lines, but only one has had gigatons of artificial underground nuclear testing alongside them.
That bike bridge is a terrifying concept. Especially considering that it's a near-certainty that some jackass would go the wrong way.
Junctions of any kind seem guaranteed to be deathtraps, too.
I guess the trough, perpetually filled with rainwater and the resulting sludge, would let you splash motorists for a change. Until you get a puncture up there, anyway.