Since ├╝bercomputers can be used to model the behavior of subatomic particles in a fission explosion or air molocules in the atmosphere, why not use them to simulate crashes on as-yet-nonexistent cars? With the push toward smaller, lighter vehicles becoming more of a relentless shove and the expense of vehicle design climbing like the price of convenience-store bottled water after a hurricane, automakers have no choice but to rely on crash simulations. Hey, how about a Make Your Own Crash version of the software for home users, so we can simulate a head-on between, say, a Stanley Steamer and a street-sweeper truck?

Crashing Cars When They're Still a Gleam in the Designer's Eye [source]

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