Erdogan was not good to his people and not good to the other countries around him.
The Turkish military have a strong history of coups to restore democracy, free law, and a secular (non "islamist") society. These are all aligned with not only what *we* (outsiders) want but also what the Turks want.
Erdogan has been slowly working his way up to be President For Life™ and this will put a stop to that.
This is good for Europe. This is good for the US. This is good for Israel. This may improve things with Russia. It won't change anything with Kurds or Syrians.
I'm sorry, I'm sure you meant to say something meaningful. Unfortunately in the process it became meaningless.
What's the phrase before the "because"... you know, the one you're explaining. "Because" is used to explain something given a question. What was the question?
> their legislature Whose legislature?
> is yet Has yet
> to become aware of "to become aware" is to gain consciousness. I think you mean "to be aware."
> of the invention of the railroad The railroad was not an invention. It was a series of upgrades from the carriage, to the horseless carriage, to a horseless carriage with special "roadways" to the railroad.
Please do add detail. This may prove to be fascinating.
We all have been stuck in traffic, wished we could turn on our antigrav/wings/rotors/magic and fly above the crowd. If there were flying cars that leaves the simple question of why the people ahead of you didn't do just that, which leads to the question I addressed in my original post:
"Would I love to see a vehicle that "if things got frustrating I could just pick up and fly"... sure... but that makes no sense... because if you can "just pick up and fly" why would you use the road in the first place?"
...meaning if that if your car can fly, why the heck would you drive somewhere far enough to possibly be in a traffic jam? You wouldn't. Instead you'd PLAN to fly there and then land and drive to where you want to go... which is why I ended with:
"Far better to build a plane that can legally drive on the highway."
Still... I'm a fan of science fiction because we can ignore the physics and ignore the regulatory world and the law-enforcement and insurance constraints and focus on a better world.
I'm with everyone on this thread who said Jetsons, Rosie, or Rastro!
However, powerplant failure at any phase of flight can be dangerous. It *MUST NOT* be fatal (or more correctly it should be designed survivable). Given the choice of high and fast or slow and low the latter is definitionally less safe.