字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 700 rpm. There is almost you could hear things go. Okay. I think we should go. I think we should go. OK, Jon Marcu. Let's disengage the motor mouth. No way. It's moving. There goes Okay. Follow me. Follow me. It's rolling. It's rolling. Come on, baby. No, no, no, no, no. What do you say? The worst thing that could happen Waas Why? You know, move forward. Who figure this thing out? I was this. This is pure science. We were testing a hypothesis about locomotive. I know, but the hypothesis is backed by mathematics, which should have driven that thing even at 500 rpm. It should have hopped up this hill. 500 rpm. It should have gotten up to 20 miles an hour. Yeah. So what happened? Oh, I don't really know. I do not have an answer. I'm gonna go back over my equations three or four times and see what the hell I did. We need to be clear to approach and check in on the drive system. On closer examination, Adam Stell Sinner is pretty certain he's identified the culprit responsible for our failure. So what I think went down is our braking system wasn't strong enough to instantaneously transfer that energy. And so it diminished the energy of the wheels before really effectively transferred to the big wheel. Way simply didn't break hard enough fast enough. So underpowered breaks, coupled with lower rpm's than we'd hoped for resulted in a failure to launch. My regular job is the figure things out. Invest billions of dollars and have them work every time. Copy. So, um, this is a usual, an unusual experience for me. Look, I totally understand that that is your business model in my business model. When things don't go right, we have a different kind of ritual than you do. Detonating Neil Pen, Jan Drum and three, two one oh.