Good intro video on Iran

And yet another video clip on Iran.

No engine and the car does 250 miles with one charge

This is how the new cars will have to be:

If the weight problems can indeed be overcome, the potential benefits of electric wheel motors are undeniably extensive. There is mechanical simplicity because the power source is within the wheel and has no mechanical link with the rest of the car; there is no engine under the bonnet, no exhaust under the floor, no gearbox, differential or driveshafts. This releases a lot of space; the batteries, which represent the largest additional mass, are relatively compact and can be situated where they have least impact on vehicle dynamics. There is multiple redundancy because each wheel can operate independently, offering extra layers of facility to electronic traction control and stability systems, plus infinitely variable all-wheel drive that is easier to control because there are no mechanical systems to be linked.

The shape of transport as I see it. The Brits are winning.

In memory of Abol Ardalan

I heard just recently of the passing away to the other side of Abolfath A Ardalan. He was one of the few relatives, that I can honestly say, came to my level. One of the problems I have always had with the older generation of Iranians, was that they were far too snobbish, and arrogant. This man was not. Considering his amazing credentials and intelligence, and moreover the pedigree, he showed the greatest ability to reach out anyone. His smile was what linked you to him. I must say, all Ardalans were gifted in the art of diplomacy, and Abol was also a great engineer, and served in the Imperial Navy of Iran. It brings tears to ones eyes to see such great men go, and my greatest condolences to all Ardalans. Click on this link to see some of his achievements. Can someone give me a better one please?

The Ardalans themselves were rulers of the Kurdistan for thousands of years. In fact in very old maps of Persia, you see Ardalan written instead of Kurdistan. But in recent history the Ardalan became important dignitaries in Iran, with many achieving amazing standards in University Degrees and Foreign Ministerial capacities in the Iranian government.

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