posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 11:09 AM
I was just pondering the horrific carnage that is often witnessed at traffic accidents, and I was wondering why!!!!!
Why is that that modern cars crumple or dint at the first exposure to minor shock (e.g. bumping into a post or wall)?
Do we not have materials these days which are extremely light and extremely strong? Can we make cars out of materials which do not dent or crumple in
Why is it that modern cars are made out of thin aluminium which seems to bend and dent at the slightest exposure to shock?
Can we feasibly make vehicles out of the following:
Surely we have the technology these days to make cars (automobiles) out of materials which do not 'give' upon impact?