Mar 01, 2015
Thanks for your thoughts, but it's pretty obvious that weight is the primary difference between the derailments and the lack of derailments of other products transported. That's one main reason why the article talks about "better brakes", because of the massive and collective weight. (the locomotive engines are squat by comparison) And hey, trains don't derail in the front dude. It's also a matter of far higher forces of kinetic energy. I respect your opinion, but you can't change my mind or the laws of physics. Happy Sunday!