The Honda factory took a hit the other day and lost a fleet of new vehicles to the flooding which is less about Bangkok rain than northern rains spilling over the Chaophraya river as it makes its way south. Commuters have learned quickly that the high ground is the dry ground and so as Bangkok is threaded with overhead express-ways they are now used for parking. I've said it before but 19th century combustion engine technology sitting in 3/4 of a tonne of steel is a tech suppression reality. It's just capitalism which has no need for medical cures or zero point energy solutions as that puts the corporations out of business. It's naive and/or intellectually vacuous to have any other conclusion. But that wont last forever. Nothing does thank God.