I'm proud to be a Californian:
"Emissions have been reduced by approximately 1% each year since 2006, when California enacted its landmark law setting a target for cutting pollution that causes climate change."
Unlike trains, there's plenty of freedom of choice in the private jet market. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-budget-cut-rail-services-rural-communities-amtrak-narp-transport-american-passengers-cities-a7672811.html
Commissioning of first Gerald Ford-class aircraft carrier is expected in 2017, with subsequent ships planned for every 5 years thereafter. Biggest upgrade from Nimitz class is dual 300 MW nuke plants instead of dual 100 MW, literally to help run laser defense systems that can draw 1/2 MW each. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_R._Ford-class_aircraft_carrier
Excellent ELI5 on radio signal propagation, loss, and noise floor. https://www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/64bny5/what_keeps_wifi_waves_from_traveling_more_than_a/
Even with a glut of container ships, they keep getting bigger. The world is awash in cheap capital, and #latestagecapitalism seeks out established industries with low or no margin to shelter cash from coming storm. http://gcaptain.com/mol-triumph-delivered-introducing-the-worlds-first-20000-teu-containership/
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