Would a 'company town' built by Tesla be an exciting or frightening place to live?

There are some things that might be expected of a Tesla/Elon Musk Company town.It would be designed around Tesla Network, the fleet management system and app for managing ride sharing with Tesla autonomous vehicles. That would allow it to achieve some

What is the largest town or city in the world without cell phone reception?

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.You will see towers and people roaming with phones (latest smart phones). you will see bill boards advertising 4g connections from local telco, but the basic telephone service itself does not work for half the time - forget 4g. So if your question is how reliable the service is?: (gods grace - exabher mesgen)

Can the U.S. Government destroy a city in the U.S?

The exact details are probably classified.From a capability standpoint, definitely. A nuclear gravity bomb would kill a city.Whether ballistic missiles are locked to prevent them from engaging US cities, that's harder to say. I'm not intimately familiar with the US nuclear triad.SSBN's would have the technical capabilities, but there could be lockouts to prevent

What is the largest town or city in the world without cell phone reception?

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.You will see towers and people roaming with phones (latest smart phones). you will see bill boards advertising 4g connections from local telco, but the basic telephone service itself does not work for half the time - forget 4g. So if your question is how reliable the service is?: (gods grace - exabher mesgen)

What is the one thing you want to change about your city and why?

Its the way metropolitan cities segregate waste, form a community, segregate it as source and recycle to the maximum extent possible to reduce the waste going in to the landfills.Would like to partner with e waste recycling plants to make sure chemicals are not going down the drain. Sustainable living as a lifestyle

What is the one thing you want to change about your city and why?

Its the way metropolitan cities segregate waste, form a community, segregate it as source and recycle to the maximum extent possible to reduce the waste going in to the landfills.Would like to partner with e waste recycling plants to make sure chemicals are not going down the drain. Sustainable living as a lifestyle

What would happen if a UFO landed in the middle of New York City?

I'd look for the cameras, because a scifi story was being made.(Just think about it - no matter how advanced the aliens are, they'd have the same speed of light that we have, And you can't accelerate a whole ship to that speed - it would probably rake more than

Is Baltimore the worst place to live in the world?

It's horrible for poor people, and elderly people who are trapped in areas that used to be nice that deteriorated around them. It's probably pretty nice for the wealthier transplants from other states. It's probably bitter sweet for people forced to leave due to gentrification.I'm from the area, Baltimore has enclaves of wealth in

Should New York City get its own U.S. Senator?

Senators represent states, two senators per state; while the number of representatives per state-i.e., members of Congress-are apportioned according to the state's population. New York City, whose populace dwarfs that of all but 12 states, is divided into 27 congressional districts.For years, secession groups have floated the idea of having New York City reestablish itself as a state.

What is the largest town or city in the world without cell phone reception?

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.You will see towers and people roaming with phones (latest smart phones). you will see bill boards advertising 4g connections from local telco, but the basic telephone service itself does not work for half the time - forget 4g. So if your question is how reliable the service is?: (gods grace - exabher mesgen)

Is this what cities look like without any light pollution?

Yes, if the sky is clear enough."When a massive power outage struck southern California in the 1990s, Los Angeles residents reportedly called 911 to express alarm about strange clouds hovering overhead; they were seeing the Milky Way for the first time."

Can the U.S. Government destroy a city in the U.S?

Does our government have the capacity to do that? Sure. Would it be legal or accepted? Absolutely not. Our nuclear weapons are targeted to specific preordained targets. They can be reprogrammed but I imagine conscientious officers and soldiers would refuse to do so as it would mean targeting civilians

What are some of the most dangerous cities in America?

I live about 20-30 miles NE of Camden.  I am going to take a stab at because I am going to guess you won't have a lot of people who live in Camden answer the question or even be on Quora so people who are near the city are your best shot at getting some personal insight.  Although

What U.S. city is most similar to London?

There isn't one...we do not have gun ownership and our police are not usually armed. We also have a National health system and unemployment benefit.If you MUST live in North America- go and live in Canada. The weather in Vancouver is very similar to London; Van is culturally exciting, as is London;

Are Libertarian countries good places to live?

Do you enjoy freedom of speech?Do you prefer to make your own choices in life, and not have someone else make them for you?Do you think that no one should be spying on you, even if it's

What is the unfriendliest city in the U.S.?

You could consider cities and, in particular, subsections of cities that fall under the following categories as less friendly:·Wealthy areas- particularly areas that are far wealthier than nearby areas.·Poor areas- particularly areas that are poorer than nearby more affluent areas.·This is compounded in areas with high population density. More people means more anonymity, and that

Are there any urban metropolitan areas that voted for Trump?

Trump won the majority of counties, the majority of states and the majority of electoral college votes which are the only majorities that count. Hillary only won the majority of popular votes, the only count that can be manipulated). What does that tell you?

What US States are the friendliest?

The question: What US States are the friendliest?None of them, or all of them.It's not that they're all unfriendly, or all friendly. But cultures vary, and what seems rude in one area is perfectly reasonable and even friendly in another; and what people in one area consider friendly and polite can be very inconsiderate in another.An

What is the most segregated city in the U.S.?

You have a lot of contenders for that title. When I google the phrase, I see that sites attempting to answer this question look at the situation from the standpoint of metro areas, not just cities proper. In the US context, this evaluation really does make the most sense. Without it, you

Are there any urban metropolitan areas that voted for Trump?

Trump won the majority of counties, the majority of states and the majority of electoral college votes which are the only majorities that count. Hillary only won the majority of popular votes, the only count that can be manipulated). What does that tell you?

What is the unfriendliest city in the U.S.?

You could consider cities and, in particular, subsections of cities that fall under the following categories as less friendly:·Wealthy areas- particularly areas that are far wealthier than nearby areas.·Poor areas- particularly areas that are poorer than nearby more affluent areas.·This is compounded in areas with high population density. More people means more anonymity, and that

What is the most segregated city in the U.S.?

You have a lot of contenders for that title. When I google the phrase, I see that sites attempting to answer this question look at the situation from the standpoint of metro areas, not just cities proper. In the US context, this evaluation really does make the most sense. Without it, you

Which U.S. city is most similar to Istanbul?

Definitely New York with its hectic traffic, complex but helpful public transportation (Istanbul's look waay better in terms of getting you everywhere in more than one type of vehicle), diversity of population, and people constantly running around like there is something they are about to miss.Especially the hours around closing time for companies,

What are the most underrated cities in the U.S.?

I'd like to submit Pittsburgh as the most underrated city. It has an undeserved reputation as a city left crumbling and polluted after the decline of the American steel industry. Pittsburgh has reinvented itself as a leader in many industries including medical and tech. Pittsburgh is also known as

What are the best places to live in the US? What makes them that way?

Portland, OR. The air is clean, the area is beautiful, and the people are friendly. It is growing fast though and with growth comes sky-rocketing home prices but there are still affordable areas if you look around.I've lived in many places throughout the US and Portland is by far the best, in my opinion.

Is Delhi the worst place to live at?

Delhi maybe not the worst place, because it faces stiff competition from other awful cities in Bihar, UP, etc. I have been to Delhi a few times and every single time, the experience has been far from good. It's not that the infrastructure is bad or anything but it is the general populous. Now you may

Which U.S. city is most similar to Munich?

I'd say Munich is a combination of Vancouver, Seattle and San Francisco.It's a highly desirable place to live. As in Vancouver, winter sports are a stone's throw away. Proximity to Italy gives residents a taste for la dolce vita, rather like San Francisco.Like Seattle and

What is the worst place in the world to live?

It depends, the worst is a relative thing. But 2 countries pop up in my head when I hear this. North Korea and Syria. North Korea probably has the worst government there is right now. They're brutal tyrants and the corruption

Where would be the best place for a libertarian to live in the US?

I'd lean toward Texas.  No state income tax.  Very light state-level business regulation.  One of the very few states with a major urban area (Houston) virtually free of local land use or zoning laws.  And a political climate likely to keep things this way for the foreseeable future.

Are U.S cities safe for Indians?

Most US Cities are very safe for Indians/Any race. I lived in couple of major citiies (Phoenix, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, San Jose) and visited many other cities for business and pleasure. But you should try to avoid downtown areas in night time. Also Please do

What would happen if a UFO landed in the middle of New York City?

I'd look for the cameras, because a scifi story was being made.(Just think about it - no matter how advanced the aliens are, they'd have the same speed of light that we have, And you can't accelerate a whole ship to that speed - it would probably rake more than

How can Republicans take back the inner cities?

Frankly, of the groups that the GOP is weak on, the

In the U.S.A.: Is Liverpool the most famous British city?

To be polite while you asked me, swinging London, second place Beatlepool.:)Liverpool F.C. qualified for the 2005–06 UEFA Champions League by a special dispen-sation from UEFA. The Premier League was allocated four places in the 2005-06 UEFA Champions League season as of

What is the best place in Detroit?

Heart plaza....the river walk....DIA(Detroit institute of arts) Fisher Theater, Belle isle island, Motown museum, Eastern Market, Old St. Mary's(church) Detroit Masonic Temple...geez...lol anything really Detroit is amazing...Any festival downtown!!

Which U.S. city has the most colleges and universities? Which city worldwide has the most?

The Greater Boston area - is our Higher Ed center. What is interesting is the scope: Technology, Music, Arts, Business, Liberal Arts, Advanced Study (JD, MD, PhD, etc...). Part of what gives the area a special edge is the large prep school lineage as well. Higher-Ed is baked into

Is Fayetteville NC the worst place to live in America?

Having lived in NYC about half of my life, far east of the city on Long Island for most of the rest of it, and Fayetteville for half a decade, I can't see anything here that's worse than anywhere else in the US. Do we have

What US States are the friendliest?

The question: What US States are the friendliest?None of them, or all of them.It's not that they're all unfriendly, or all friendly. But cultures vary, and what seems rude in one area is perfectly reasonable and even friendly in another; and what people in one area consider friendly and polite can be very inconsiderate in another.An

If you couldn't live in the US for whatever reason, what would be the next-best place to live?

Austria or the Czech Republic. Central and Eastern Europe have law abiding citizens  who are efficient as they go about their daily lives, and have a history including architecture and music that is appealing to many. The food is scrumptious and the cost of living is a good bit less than here (and many other nations). Migrants do

What will be a new major city in the U.S within the next 20 years?

A2A: It's hard to determine what you mean by ‘major city.' I'm going to say city with < 1 million that could see major growth and become one of the largest and wealthiest cities in the U.S.For that, there's a

What is the worst place in the US to live?

San Diego! Far too much sunshine! And the water is cold at the beach! The place is full of Mexicans and their spacey food! The zoo is too big. There are so many things to do and see you get confused. It's too close to the

Is Baltimore the worst place to live in the world?

It's horrible for poor people, and elderly people who are trapped in areas that used to be nice that deteriorated around them. It's probably pretty nice for the wealthier transplants from other states. It's probably bitter sweet for people forced to leave due to gentrification.I'm from the area, Baltimore has enclaves of wealth in

What city skylines will change rapidly in the next 20 years like Dubai or Shanghai?

ON A MUCH SMALLER SCALE, the skyline of Jersey City, New Jersey likely has the fastest-growing skyline of any large city in the United States.   This city of about 1/4 million people now has a skyscraper profile that compares favorably with Dallas or Pittsburgh, and my friend there has pointed out why and how it will probably

What are the highest crime-rated cities in America? I know Detroit is definitely at least number two, but what are your opinions?

Here are the most violent cities in America, based on our analysis of reported crimes from all 18,000 local law enforcement agencies in the U.S. using the latest data available nationwide with complete annual coverage.The data were released in November, and reflect 2015 total reported crimes. The research is for cities of

Is country life better than city life?

Country life is better than city life. Country life is living outback with nature and animals. City life is lots of tall buildings, no nature, plants or animals. So I think country life is better than city life. For living a peaceful and relaxed life I would choose country life.Firstly, I strongly