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Clones, noseprints, flying taxis: Sci-fi meets reality at expo

By Valentin Bontemps and Joseph Boyle

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Flying taxis have always felt like a disaster waiting to happen.

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It can carry up to four passengers and move at speeds of up to 320 kilometers per hour.

a flying taxi at 320 km per h sounds terrifying.

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One wonders what other bodily appendages might have unique ridge patterns or prints with which to identify the owner O_O

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I can get my pet cloned if I wanted.

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Good to see flying taxis proliferate.

They are already in operation in the US and there is already infrastructure in place for electric flying taxis.

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