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08-11-2014 - 14:55
mook
>Tokaido Shinkansen? Of the early HSR lines, that was the only one that started as a city center-city center line, separated from the "normal" railroads and everything else for that matter. Of cour
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01-02-2014 - 15:25
synonymouse
Could not agree more with your plan for rail on the GG Bridge so long as it is standard gauge OC not broad gauge. Of course freight would then have to go. The general trend is to get rid of non-stan
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08-18-2013 - 11:00
Carol L. Voss
synonymouse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I believe there could be condors around and > probably some other large endangered species, but > I don't think hsr mos
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08-18-2013 - 10:49
synonymouse
I believe there could be condors around and probably some other large endangered species, but I don't think hsr mostly in tunnel is going to be a big problem for them. I gather the wind turbines can
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08-18-2013 - 09:34
Carol L. Voss
synonymouse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > In jest or for real? > > Condors have a huge wing span - I'd think they > would be easy to spot if there were any. I
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08-17-2013 - 22:03
synonymouse
Scuse. Bear Trap Canyon My bad, as they say.
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08-17-2013 - 22:01
synonymouse
In jest or for real? Condors have a huge wing span - I'd think they would be easy to spot if there were any. It would be like hiding a T-Rex in the Wolf Trap Canyon.
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08-17-2013 - 19:36
Carol L. Voss
synonymouse Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Just take some millions out of that $10bil and buy > out the Tejon Ranch Co. Carve out the best route > alignment and
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08-17-2013 - 13:50
synonymouse
Just take some millions out of that $10bil and buy out the Tejon Ranch Co. Carve out the best route alignment and then sell the remainder, keeping maybe some for a park. That's where the real hang
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08-17-2013 - 11:54
mook
Another writer has an interesting idea: http://www.xconomy.com/national/2013/08/16/high-speed-rail-or-hyperloop-lets-try-both-and-reward-the-winner/?single_page=true He also points out that even
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08-14-2013 - 19:09
George Andrews
Sooo... If OPB is right, your dinner on the Hyperloop could only be served WELL DONE ???
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08-14-2013 - 00:38
Eddie Elkins
George Andrews Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I read the newspaper article on the Hyperloop > today. It sounds like a GIANT Tee - Shirt Cannon > !!! Here's the
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08-13-2013 - 20:40
Freericks
George Andrews Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I read the newspaper article on the Hyperloop > today. It sounds like a GIANT Tee - Shirt Cannon > !!! Except G
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08-13-2013 - 17:35
George Andrews
I read the newspaper article on the Hyperloop today. It sounds like a GIANT Tee - Shirt Cannon !!!
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08-13-2013 - 12:23
Eddie Elkins
Rich Hunn Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Mr. Musk can build his "Hyperloop" from > LA to SF for $6B. If we wait a few more years, the "Hyperloop" will be eclips
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08-13-2013 - 07:01
Rich Hunn
And the required upgrades to the power grid are only going to cost $21B/year for the next 20 years and Mr. Musk can build his "Hyperloop" from LA to SF for $6B. Answer to any and all of this is to b
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09-20-2012 - 19:15
Aeolipile
High Speed Rail is basically 1960's technology, and is a colossal waste of money. Elon Musk, of Tesla, Space-X and SolarCity fame, says Hyperloop could carry people from LA to SF in 30 minutes. A
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