¶ Horses used to eat bread
Horse bread, typically a flat, brown bread baked alongside human bread, fueled England’s equine transport system from the Middle Ages up until the early 1800s.
Bread is easier to move and faster to eat than hay, making it ideal for hard-working horses on the move.
¶ Housebuilding in West London is being stopped for a decade until the electricity grid can catch up. The article doesn’t even talk about electric cars, which presumably will make everything worse. non-paywall article local govt. statement
¶ Airplanes’ location reporting systems (ADS-B) include data on their accuracy. You can use that to map GPS jamming