Driverless electric cars are good for travel
Nalin Ranjan, Scientist
Google Driverless Car Manufacturers
I am surprise to see an article titled as “Google Driverless car to public” appeared in ‘The Times of India’ dated 26-4-2017 is most well coming car to promote and it will be more effective if they can introduce ‘electric driverless car’ it will be a great boon for the public as well as owners of such cars can easily lowers the stress, strain and fatigue in the brain.
I would like to explain this in more detail about self driving people initially they are active when the hands on the steering wheel and the natural day light helps the brain to some extent as he/she speed up in the high way the eyes are at a distant focusing length physically affects the brain that can really deprive the voltage in the brain but it takes a longer time to come to that stage. This is because of the hands on the steering wheel always try to negotiate the traffic on the road gives a little more stable for the brain’s activity. No sooner or later the eyes take a beating on the long run that can affect the brain. At some stage one can feel uneasiness he/she stops the car for a while that gives a relief for leg pedal, beside they try to eat snacks by biting with the jaw moments it keeps the eyes fresh again that keeps he/she driving for a longer time during day. But at the end of the day he or she gets exhausted in the process it slackens the brain’s robust activity which is not good for the brain.
Even night driving is still worse, but exceptions are there for some people who prefer to drive in the night by smoking cigarettes and partially taking three or four cups of tea can stimulates the brain’s activity now and then. Thus it keeps the brain to be in a waken state all through night. But people who are not use to night driving may lead to sleep by this focusing eyes that literally affects the voltage power in the brain and in turn it affect GDF11 blood cells carrying less oxygen for the brain. Thus it makes the eyes to droop causing he/she to fall asleep at the wheel. This is a most dangerous way of driving on the highway because circadian clock at any time can shut the eyes unknowingly.
Physically driving of petrol or diesel vehicle is more harmful for the body and the brain, whereas driverless electric vehicles are harmless by all means including passengers in the vehicle can relieve off their stress, strain and fatigue after a travel.
Let this beauty speaks itself for the driverless passenger car.
Brain Research Work
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