Wednesday, August 02, 2017

testing is still going great for the Hyperloop One, the vacuum tube high speed train concept by Elon Musk.

the first test seems to have been a proof of concept maglev chassis test, and this 2nd test was a prototype cargo pod speed test.

It hit 192 mph.

So, where from now? Investors and buyers. It's time for customers and governments to buy and approve installing these closed tube high speed trains.

Will America get one? Not likely. Too much legal bureaucratic red tape about laying in an above ground rail system, and the cost of purchasing the land for such a long distance line is so out of reach of anything less than the federal govt, which is bankrupt, so that's not going to happen either.

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