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Thursday, August 10, 2017

The death of the internal combustion engine

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“HUMAN inventiveness…has still not found a mechanical process to replace horses as the propulsion for vehicles,” lamented Le Petit Journal, a French newspaper, in December 1893. Its answer was to organise the Paris-Rouen race for horseless carriages, held the following July.
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@TheEconomist on Twitter
@TheEconomist: The end is in sight for the machine that changed the world. Our cover this week: econ.st/2usjTb6 http://pic.twitter.com/wH1f9Ds92Z
@jonmatonis on Twitter
@jonmatonis: The end of the road is in sight for the internal combustion engine, the mightiest motor in history. My cover leader: http://econ.st/1J2nLQV;
@hblodget on Twitter
@hblodget: The end of the road is in sight for the internal combustion engine, the mightiest motor in history. My cover leader: http://econ.st/1J2nLQV;
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