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Will Li-Fi Replace Wi-Fi!? Also, What Is Li-Fi!?
lifi A French start up is claiming that it has created Li-Fi, which will replace Wi-Fi to connect to the internet. Li-Fi stands for Light Fidelity and is 100 times faster than Wi-Fi.
Why Don't We Have Super-High-Speed Rail Already?
Where Musk appears to be aiming for 600 to 700 mph, Vactrain backers like Evacuated Tube Transport seek to send passengers screaming along at speeds up to 4000 mph, fast enough to fling them cross-country in 45 minutes or from New York to Beijing in ...
The 2500 mph VacTrain: One Possible Future for Mass Transportation
He also says he could have land-based vactrains up and running in 10 years flat; we could be soaring around at breakneck speeds in airless tubes in no time. He says it's like Space Travel on Earthâ„¢.
Vactrain development underway in China
The National Power Traction Laboratory of Southwest Jiaotong University is developing a vactrain, or a maglev train that runs through in an airless tunnel, allowing it to run at speeds of 600 kilometers to 1,000 kilometers per hour, Beijing Times reported.
Elon Musk's high-speed Hyperloop train makes more sense for Mars than California
The Hyperloop train concept is based on the idea of a "vactrain." That's a high-speed train run in a tube that has had all the air removed, making it a vacuum – hence the name.

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