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113,350.  The speed – it’s a bit like a drug.  (Car & Speed)  Colin McRae, cited Sporting Greats: Colin McRae, Sky Sports 2017

 

 

2,762.  Speed is relative to your perspective.  (Universe & Speed)  Stephen Hawking’s Grand Design: The Key to the Cosmos

 

 

3,429.  Albert Einstein realised that a man in the emptiness of space would not be able to detect whether he was falling under gravity.  Einstein called this a happy idea.  But in 1960, five years after Einstein’s death, Joe Kittinger made the idea a reality.  He was part of a US Air Force team studying the effects of high altitude on the human body.  He never achieved the fame of Yuri Gagarin and Neil Armstrong, but to all intents and purposes Joe Kittinger was the first man in space.  Three hours after lift-off his balloon was thirty kilometres above the Earth, three times higher than a jet airliner.  And then, carrying a film camera, Kittinger did something amazing: he jumped.  High above the clouds in the incredibly thin air Kittinger had no sense of falling ... Kittinger was the first man to reach the speed of sound without an aircraft.  (Gravity & Speed & Fall & Space)  Unfolding Universe

 

 

4,395.  Coal, Steam and a new sensation – Speed.  (Humanity & Speed)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us X: Revolutions

 

 

24,146.  At Warp 10 we’re going nowhere mighty fast.  (Star Trek & Speed)  Star Trek: Let That Be Your Last Battlefield s3e15, Scotty on bridge

 

 

24,191.  Captain, we’re passing warp ten.  (Star Trek & Speed)  Star Trek: The Next Generation: Where No One Has Gone Before s1e6, Geordi

 

 

89,329.  Speed Kills.  Bullitt 1968 starring Steve McQueen & Robert Vaughn & Jacqueline Bisset & Don Gordon & Simon Oakland & Norman Fell & Robert Duvall & Georg Stanford & Carl Reindel & Ed Pack & Pat Renella et al, director Peter Yates, poster in hospital foyer

 

 

89,330.  With the arrival of the jet-age in the mid-1940s speeds weren’t solely dreamed of became a reality.  Two extraordinary days twenty years apart stand out – Chuck Yeager’s supersonic flight and Donald Campbell’s attempt to become the fastest man on water.  Days that Shook the World

 

 

89,331.  I’m going to race and rally across the world ... People obsessed with speed like me.  Idris Elba: King of Speed, BBC 2013

 

89,332.  Cannonballers drove from coast to coast in the first ever supercars.  ibid.

 

 

89,333.  Rallying is one of the most dangerous driving disciplines.  (Speed & Motor Racing)  Idris Elba: King of Speed II

 

89,334.  In 1982 the top tier [of Rallying] was divided into two classes: Group A for modified road cars and Group B for prototype cars.  (Speed & Motor Racing)  ibid.

 

89,335.  An arms race for ever more powerful machines.  (Speed & Motor Racing)  ibid.

 

 

89,336.  America is all about speed.  Hot, nasty, badass speed.  Will Ferrell

 

 

89,337.   It wasn’t until I went to college and I got my first motorcycle that I understood the thrill of speed.  (Speed & Motorbike)  Vin Diesel

 

 

89,338.  But the speed was power, and the speed was joy, and the speed was pure beauty.  Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull 1970

 

 

89,339.  Speed has never killed anyone.  Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you.  Jeremy Clarkson, Top Gear 

 

 

89,340.  Speed is the essence of war.  Take advantage of the enemy’s unpreparedness; travel by unexpected routes and strike him where he has taken no precautions.  Sun Tzu, The Art of War

 

 

91,183.  According to Newton Time was fixed.  And its flow and pace never varied ... Newton had said there was just one Time.  And there was therefore just one Now.  Einstein begged to differ.  He said Time was much weirder than that ... The Future and the Past are out there waiting for us ... He suggested the answer was all to do with speed.  Until Einstein it was thought Time flowed at the same pace everywhere.  But he showed that wasn’t so.  The pace of Time can change.  It differs depending on the speed you’re travelling at.  Bizarre as it may seem the faster you travel, the slower Time will run for you.  (Time & Speed)  Horizon: Time Trip 2003

 

 

91,187.  Before Einstein it was thought that the passage of time was unchanging.  It ran at the same pace no matter where you were in the universe or how fast you were travelling.  But Einstein discovered that Time was not unchanging.  The rate at which Time passed depended on the speed of which you were travelling.  (Time & Speed)  Horizon: Einsteins Unfinished Symphony 2005

 

 

95,850.  Cheetahs are said to be capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in three seconds, which is right up there with a Ferrari, a Porsche or a Tesla.  (Speed & Cats)  Richard Dawkins, The Greatest Show on Earth p381

 

 

97,172.  ‘Once you start, you’re past the point of no return.’  Donald Campbell: Speed King, BBC 2016, Campbell

 

97,173.  The 1920s and 30s was the first great age of speed.  On land, sea and in the air, men could travel at speeds previously undreamt of.  The dare-devils who risked their lives to reach new milestones were seen as heroes.  Britain’s Malcolm Campbell was one of the greatest heroes of all.  ibid. 

 

97,174.  1935: he faced his toughest challenge: Bonneville Salt Flats Utah … his greatest achievement as a driver.  ibid. 

 

97,175.  He set four water speed records, everything he touched turned to gold.  ibid. 

 

97,176.  Malcolm Campbell’s greatest admirer – his son Donald.  ibid. 

 

97,177.  In his father’s boat he took to the water for the first time.  ibid.

 

97,178.  The late 1950s were Campbell’s glory years.  ibid.

 

96,179.  Campbell’s crash at three hundred miles an hour was a very public calamity.  ibid.  

 

 

102,855.  I am fast.  To give you a reference point I am somewhere between a snake and a mongoose.  And a panther.  (Office & Speed)  The Office US s3e8: The Merger, Dwight

 

 

127,457.  Bubbles: Have you any idea how fast 200 mph is?

 

Ricky:  No.  (Gangstas: Canada & Nova Scotia & Trailers & Mockumentaries & Speed)  Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park USA III: Charlotte