who will be as short tempered as ensb!
What would happen if a large asteroid slammed into a train in the US?
(Of course quoting wtf you're commenting on would be too hard. You'd have to highlight AND click something.)
experimental work is being done at a site in America and I watched part of it on a news report. It involves large welded tubes and a passenger pod which would be propelled through it and would reach speeds of 600mph.
The Chinese maglev train travels at a mere 260 mph.
High speed trains work in other places and that includes big countries so in rail that is a sector the USA does not count in so can understand excuses.
There are trains here, but they are not a means of long distance travel, and certainly not for use by businesses.
Not exactly, Jaybro: Rail is a major mover of all kinds of goods, in other words: freight. And, world-wide, so are ships, still! (No surprise, there: most of the earth's surface is ocean.)
...much like the pneumatic tubes once used for communication in large buildings! (Telephony and radio did them in. Such technological advances, for transporting people, seem far fetched... )
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