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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

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  • Hillary Newman

    Would you ride the Hyperloop at 4,000 miles per hour? #askgood

      • myung byun

        i don't see that as a problem when you look at the pdf elon musk placed out on the tesla site. its like in the scifi movies with inertia dampeners but thought out in a new and every logical way. using air compression technology and controlled acceleration you have something that people even centuries from our time will believe is amazing.

  • Tony Alvarado

    The Hyperloop looks like the future of high speed travel, but it doesn’t really fix any current public transportation issues such as our crowded commuter trains and crowded train station parking lots across the country. Our BiModal Glideway would provide the same high speed travel while offering the freedom of a door to door commute, without the need to change trains, busses or leaving your car in an overcrowded parking station with limited security, where it can be struck, broken into and possibly stolen.

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Most definitely. I would worry about my muscles atrophying- but that's only bec I think of this as a space vehicle. This type of transportation could dramatically change CO2 emissions.