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11-25-2020 - 17:33
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Virgin-hyperloop-passenger-test on a RAILROAD forum? Mouse dropping yet again.
Forum: Discussion
11-25-2020 - 08:56
synonymouse
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/08/business/virgin-hyperloop-passenger-test.html
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10-19-2020 - 08:28
Daryl the Deaf Guy
BOB2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The problem with going "super fast" on a guideway > like this with a relatively short distance between > the handful of statio
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10-18-2020 - 20:06
BOB2
The problem with going "super fast" on a guideway like this with a relatively short distance between the handful of stations there is no opportunity to use it... We have not repealed the laws of grav
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10-18-2020 - 17:08
FUD
The Vegas tunnel is a glorified parking lot shuttle. It was never intended to be a demonstration of anything other than Boring's ability to use a repurposed sewer machine to bore small tunnels that
Forum: Discussion
10-18-2020 - 13:35
BOB2
And, having worked with some people who've done some really impressively sized highway tunnels, moving 1800 vehicles per lane per hour, and whole lot more who have bored transit tunnels, which haul th
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10-18-2020 - 11:36
Pdxrailtransit
Ms. Pasternak Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > Sounds like a very fast taxi in a tunnel > basically. > > Also sounds like "hyperloop", not "hyerloop". I woul
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10-08-2020 - 11:29
synonymouse
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/08/richard-bransons-hyperloop-and-tech-millions-coming-to-appalachia.html
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09-02-2020 - 20:50
synonymouse
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/02/hyperloop-will-revolutionize-transportation-in-post-coronavirus-world.html
Forum: Discussion
06-27-2020 - 09:02
Pdxrailtransit
Sunny and Share :-- Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Putin will win in 2020. Trump will have > previously forged his birther documents and > recovered them from a
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06-27-2020 - 09:00
Sunny and Share :--
Putin will win in 2020. Trump will have previously forged his birther documents and recovered them from a Hawaiian Census Bureau Office's basement. The Chinese, with Zuckerburg's assistance, will ha
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06-19-2020 - 10:11
FUD
I see what the OP is talking about though. If you look at US-93 without considering topography, it sure does look like a straight-shot shortcut between LV and PHX. Zoom in on the topo, though, and it
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06-18-2020 - 17:21
BOB2
You can only build cost effective choo-choo in a corridor where you have demand and market "benefits", and low enough costs, relative to that demand, to justify building it. There is considerable att
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06-17-2020 - 18:22
FUD
Google Maps. Use. Google Earth. Use. Plot routes. Notice that there are several sets of substantial mountains in the way, even if you plan to run down to Needles and pick up the 40 for the easterly le
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06-06-2020 - 09:38
BOB2
He's always put the hype in hyperloop for me... There is nothing to see here. It is essentially what was done in a Ft. Worth shopping center over 50 years ago with the Tandy Subway.... Compared
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05-29-2020 - 14:31
FUD
Actual title. I don't think there's any passenger train, high speed or otherwise, that makes enough money to cover operating, capital, and administrative costs. That, plus profit, is what's needed
Forum: Discussion
05-26-2020 - 20:30
BOB2
Keith has special powers to read my mind.... He "assumes" he knows so many things... Maybe I should "assume" he's run a little low on his medication... Meanwhile...back on this planet....
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05-26-2020 - 17:22
Aerowave
He stinks. Really! He never uses soap and water to clean his euro trash frame. Ask anyone! You don't want to work hourly at Muskland. When erm is not around, things move much better
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05-26-2020 - 17:00
Keith Ode
BOB2 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I dunno...? I don't have much of an opinion on > Elon. He seems to get angry a lot when he doesn't > have things go his way,
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05-26-2020 - 16:17
BOB2
I dunno...? I don't have much of an opinion on Elon. He seems to get angry a lot when he doesn't have things go his way, or when folks raise questions about the value of some of his companies... Di
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05-20-2020 - 18:40
synonymouse
Is it that much stupider than PB's Palmdale Detour or 5-6 in the land of 4-8 1/2? Seems that there is plenty of hype to go around(altho Elon is definitely the HypeMeister). How about SMART?
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05-20-2020 - 16:22
Pdxrailtransit
https://youtu.be/-XFMIqiDWAc
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05-01-2020 - 13:41
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synonymouse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Where's The "Elon" Coach? His pneumatic tube idea (Hyperloop) seems more like an early 20th century World's Fair attra
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04-24-2020 - 07:30
FUD
I think Mouse is just in love with the Tejon Tunnels route - in fact, most likely with the napkin-sketch route along I-5 that was assumed in ancient days (and later was taken up by M. Musk and his Hyp
Forum: Discussion
09-29-2019 - 12:49
synonymouse
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/29/how-a-hyperloop-may-change-how-and-why-we-travel.html Monorail anyone?
Forum: Discussion
02-13-2019 - 08:48
observer
A couple of thoughts that occured after pressing Submit... There was and is a basic fallacy that HSR is supposed to compete with air travel between N & S California. That doesn't work. Yes, it's th
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02-08-2019 - 11:09
fantastications
But Hyperloop! Train through the Earth's Core! Maglev in vacuum tube doing 10,000 miles an hour! (Didn't I see a movie about that? It's in all sorts of SciFi books, often as a plot starter after tu
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12-11-2018 - 07:31
hysterical
In this case Mr. Mouse is not far off the original plan. Something near San Jose is in fact a necessary stop - perhaps, really, the appropriate north end of high speed running - and being part of the
Forum: Discussion
09-04-2018 - 18:03
erk?
I-5 between Sacramento and LA is designed for 70-80 mph in a well-maintained passenger car. It has too many trucks for anybody to come near that as an average, though >100 mph is commonly seen in spur
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