"The Float" uses the same tech Tesla is using for its Hyperloop!


B00Mer
#1
[youtube]8RyM-QaFqQM[/youtube]

Kool
 
bill barilko
#2
LOL!

What a load of idiotic bunk-Tesla has no such hyperloop in operation anywhere.

And who is going to fund all these maglev enabled roads?

You realise that's a computer generated image don't you?

(that means it's not real-and neither is Santa Claus)
 
taxslave
#3
No more hydroplaning no more plowing snow.
 
B00Mer
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by bill barilko View Post

LOL!

What a load of idiotic bunk-Tesla has no such hyperloop in operation anywhere.

And who is going to fund all these maglev enabled roads?

You realise that's a computer generated image don't you?

(that means it's not real-and neither is Santa Claus)

Im so sorry, what were you saying ?!?

https://www.theverge.com/2017/8/31/1...t-speed-record
 
bill barilko
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by B00Mer View Post

Im so sorry, what were you saying...

Quote:

Both 'records' occurred at the 0.8-mile-long SpaceX Hyperloop test track......

Smoke, Mirrors.......
 
MHz
#6
Hovercraft suck at going up hills and are a death trap when you go down hills. Tesla had a black box with 2 antenna about 6 ft long and that is where his electric car got it's power from. Back home he has a 30,000KV GE generator running all weekend when he was testing the car. I'm thinking ig used about 100gallon/hour for the whole weekend and it only went 87 miles in all.
 
Bar Sinister
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Hovercraft suck at going up hills and are a death trap when you go down hills. Tesla had a black box with 2 antenna about 6 ft long and that is where his electric car got it's power from. Back home he has a 30,000KV GE generator running all weekend when he was testing the car. I'm thinking ig used about 100gallon/hour for the whole weekend and it only went 87 miles in all.

Sounds a lot like the early steam engines and internal combustion engines. They were real fuel gulpers as well.