My hypothesis—glowgirl

  1. Car accidents increase due to driver
  2. 2 6 million people in the U.S die every year due to car accidents which means a large percent of our population dying. Automatic self driven cars should be an option for drivers
  3. 3. 90 percent People die in a car everyday . 3 million people are injured every year in accidents, while 2 million experience permanent injuries every year. 1 in 7 people do no wear seat belts while driving.
  4. The typical causes of accidents that result in death are 40% alcohol, 30% speeding, and 33% reckless driving all leaving the driver to take accountability for.
  5. There should be more rules and regulations to people having the ability to drive so until we can come to a safe way to conduct this, automatic Cars should be funded until our population can handle to drive more responsibly.
  6. Deploying cars are about 10% safer than average driver and doesn’t pose a threat to risk pedestrians, bicyclists, or other cars rather than being piloted by humans
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2 Responses to My hypothesis—glowgirl

  1. davidbdale says:

    Good to see your first post, BrooklenDiggs.
    You’ve missed a couple of Blog Mechanics functions.

    First, name your posts as the Task list instructs, with the Task Name and your Username.
    —In this case, that would be Hypothesis—glowgirl
    I waited more than two weeks for you to see this comment and make the correction. Now I have fixed it myself.

    Then, be sure to place your post into the appropriate Categories.
    —In this case, that would be the My Hypothesis category and the glowgirl category.
    I have done this too.

    If you do both of those things, I’ll be able to find your work when you ask me to help you with it (or to grade it).

  2. davidbdale says:

    Zero apparent progress on this project in about 3 weeks, GlowGirl.
    Where is your White Paper?
    I’ve done more work on this post than you have since SEP 15.
    You know I’m available to help.
    Meet me halfway.

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