It’s a Wonderful Galaxy: Non-Radioactive Conveyances

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Published on: December 3, 2010

For years now, non-radioactive renewable vehicles have been the work of fiction. With all of the politics and power wrapped around fuel pearls, it seemed impossible that the motors could ever be built in this day and age. Something had to be done because radioactive emissions from these pearl-powered and anti-matter conveyances has led to galactic warming and an increase in super novas across the Milky Way.

However, with the release of Nisango’s Branch personal conveyance – a non-radioactive renewable powered vehicle – the game has changed. Now, there is proof it can be done. Anti-matter conveyances have been around since the beginning of planetary transport. But as safe and clean vehicles increasingly become a priority for the future of the galaxy, the inspiration of on-planet transports burns bigger and brighter than ever.

But it is a wonder how these new conveyances ever got made.

The first successful non-radioactive model was build in the Bryttas during the 4th Dynasty. This initial version of the conveyance came with a simple design: the fuel tanks were replaced with non-rechargeable battery packs. The next version included a rechargeable battery pack and solidified electric transports’ popularity over their fuel pearl or oxygenated-water competition. After all, electric was quieter, less smelly, easier to operate, had less vibration while operating, and did not pollute highly radioactive emissions.

If it wasn’t for a substantial drop in oil prices – a drop which made owning a fuel pearl transport much more affordable – electric transports could have maintained their edge. But with fuel pearl transports suddenly given the edge in affordability, the electric transport all but when the way of oxygenated-water brethren.

Fortunately, that wasn’t the end of the electric transport. With the fuel pearl shortage in the 9th Dynasty, transport manufacturers found themselves going back to the drawing board to find more efficient methods of transportation. The first electric transports of this period were simple, going only 25% to 45% of today’s terminal on-planet speed. But as transport makers experimented, the electric transports grew faster, sleeker, and more powerful. And now that the galaxy – and the Kroy in particular – are in the midst of a galactic radiation crisis exacerbated by fuel pearl production, electric transports are the in-demand transportation choice.

But until the beginning of the 10th Dynasty, electric transports were still not as widespread due to fuel politics. Fuel Pearl companies have had no competition for so long, that the threat of an alternative has made them go out of their way to discourage the public from trying it. There’s no better example of this than the ET-Alpha transport. Constructed by the General Conveyances, the GC ET-Alpha was considered by many to be the perfect electric transport. Reliable, sturdy, and able to last for decades without major repair. But GC recalled the entire line of cars, telling the public they planned to scrap their entire fleet and recycle the remains. ET-Alpha owners loved their transports so much that there was a sector-wide protest as they fought as a group to keep the transports they fell in love with. Still, GC did not think that concept was profitable.

However, the incident proved to the transport manufacturers across the galaxy in J-San that there was a demand for electric transports. Research began to improve a second generation of electric transports. Primus, one of the first major hybrid vehicles – using both fuel pearl and electric to power various transport systems at certain times – has become a status symbol.

With the success of the Primus, Kroy manufacturers Fjord and GC have decided to get into the race. Most recently, GC released the GC Watt. The Watt was the first Kroy plug-in conveyance, heralded as a non-radioactive vehicle. However, Kroy EPA rated the Watt’s emissions as “mildly radioactive,” and charging the batteries still results in the radioactivity produced by the local power station.

But it’s not just citizens fighting for their right to be electrified. Sector governments all over the galaxy are developing new and exciting ways to encourage people to purchase and buy electric. The Bryttas give citizens who buy electric 2,000 Credit a year in tax cuts. And the Kroy tax system richly rewards transport makers that make their electric models their priority.

Non-radioactive conveyances are quickly becoming a transport of choice. And why not? With amenities any transport lover would enjoy and with economic travel expenses that are quickly eclipsing its fuel pearl brethren, in the next 10 years electric transports could once again be the popular mode of transport. The ET-Alpha has already proved wonderful, profitable electric transports that the public love can be created. It is simply up to the transport makers of tomorrow to provide what the public wants.

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