Breakthrough in air travel - [nanofic 1]
Saturday, Jan 28, 2012
It was supposed to be a breakthrough in travel efficiency. People go to the airport and board the nearest plane. The computers calculated the optimal destination for the sum of passengers and planes took off at once. The problem became immediately clear when every plane landed in Las Vegas, including the planes leaving Las Vegas.
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