Jeep wasn’t trying to be aerodynamic tho...
if you judge a fish by its ability to ride a bike, it will always be a failure.
@big freedom, Don’t shame the Guinness fish like that
@big freedom, fish are pretty aerodynamic, you ever see the video of them being thrown out of planes?
@big freedom, have you seen a jeep try to ride a bike? I rest my case.
@Your Darkest Secret, no, but I’m tots going to look it up
Hydrodynamics are very similar to aerodynamics so it is no surprise an organism that needs to move through the water to hunt and avoid predators is more aerodynamic than something that gas to accommodate people and cargo.
@codyl, ^the only person to realize the lobster diagram is a hydrodynamic plot while the wrangler is a proper aerodynamic plot. However, Hydrodynamics and aerodynamics are very different hence why planes can't dive into the ocean.
@SupremeCommenter, I call this fake news. Planes have dove into the ocean and reached the bottom.
@BigJohnson86, boom *mic drop*
The lobster probably has a better safety rating and probably rolls less too
@An Average Australian, ooh lobster rolls sound good.
@Poisonwolf, I was thinking how many people disagreed and like lobster rolls
@An Average Australian, I think the lobster is better equipped to handle a roll, but still has a fairly high propensity to flip. The Jeep definitely has better survivability in a high speed crash.
@Hot Coffee, now all I can picture in my head is a high speed lobster crash
One is a product of evolution over the course of thousands, if not millions of years. While the other was created by some drunk US Engineer to get to his cousins house for some fun.
Lobsters taste better too.
But which screams when he boils hmm?
That’s because lobsters are meant to be hydrodynamic, and last I checked water isn’t the easiest thing to quickly move through.
Lobsters swim backwards. Think the model needs to account for the appropriate direction of travel....
I'm annoyed we cannot read the wind force scale. Or maybe it's the drag coefficient. We will never know the drag coefficient of a lobster now.