A Green New Deal of our own

Caleb Ward
Caleb Ward

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez has proposed a Green New Deal and it's simply batshit. She wants to replace all gas vehicles with electric, replace all power generation with wind and solar, make all buildings energy efficient, etc. This will cost tens of trillions of dollars, and will not generate sufficient economic returns to even pay the interest payments. But, it is a useful meme for us to create our own Green New Deal that will actually grow the economy.

Plank one: Vacuum tube rail. AOC wants to build high-speed rail to replace air travel. That's actually not a bad idea, but for a small increase in price, we can get vacuum tube rail (like hyperloop) that goes 4-5 times faster (150 mph vs. 6-800 mph) and will actually compete with air travel due to its higher speed and much lower cost.

At a cost of about $10-15 million per mile, we can get to all our large cities for about $1-200 billion, and replicate the entire interstate highway (50,000 miles) for $500-750 billion. Current average cost of a flight is about $400, cost to take a hyperloop will be about $20, so we're talking about a 95% reduction in the cost of travel. Total amount spent on domestic air travel is about $300 million, so we're looking at (with an extremely conservative estimate) an investment of $750 billion that returns $285 billion per year. In reality, the amount of travel will increase dramatically as the cost goes down, and we don't need to build that much track to effectively cover all major and medium population centers.

Plank two: molten salt reactors. Nuclear power releases no carbon or air pollution, and even though climate change is mostly a meme, it's a useful meme for us because nuclear power will be much cheaper than even fossil fuels once we actually start to build it. Molten salt reactors are much safer than current reactor designs, as they cannot melt down. They are much more efficient, and require far less shielding (one of the major costs associated with older designs) making it realistic to expect MSRs to get below half the cost of coal once economies of scale are achieved. If thorium is used as the fuel, proliferation concerns are dramatically reduced, and there is an abundance of easily accessible fuel from processing thorium out of coal that is being burned.

www.ensterna.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Thorium-Energi-Cheaper-than-Coal.pdf

Plank three:NAWAPA. The North American Water and Power Alliance was a proposal drafted by the Army Corps of Engineers to build a series of canals, lakes, and dams to bring the abundance of water currently in remote areas of Alaska and Canada to water-starved areas of the United States.

For the United States, the benefits of the upgraded NAWAPA proposal are virtually unlimited. The full-scale project now promises 150 million acre-feet of water per year—a 50 percent increase in the present consumption of 300 million acre-feet yearly. Some 55,000 megawatts per year of surplus electric power would be provided, nearly doubling present U. S. hydroelectric capacity of 70,000 megawatts. Nearly 50 million more acres of irrigable land will become available, almost doubling irrigated acreage west of the Mississippi.

It is more difficult to give a “dollars and cents“ estimate of NAWAPA‘s annual benefit to American industry, agriculture, workers and consumers; but one respected congressional supporter of the original NAWAPA plan reported it would increase the annual national income from agriculture, livestock, mining, and manufacturing by approximately $30 billion.

Instead of raging against the commies, let's use their meme magic against them and actually accomplish something.

Other urls found in this thread:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernobyl_disaster
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fukushima_Daiichi_nuclear_disaster
world-nuclear.org/information-library/current-and-future-generation/molten-salt-reactors.aspx
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technocracy_movement
technocracy.wikia.com/wiki/Technocracy_Wiki
technocracyinc.org/
hyperloop-one.com/facts-frequently-asked-questions

Samuel Collins
Samuel Collins

Or we could take pollution seriously and stop china and india from causing all of it.

Jack Scott
Jack Scott

top china and india
don't forget africa. take those 3 out and you literally save the world from pollution.

Chase Myers
Chase Myers

Develop molten salt reactors, sell them to China and India, get rich, clean up pollution.

Wyatt Evans
Wyatt Evans

Plank one: Vacuum tube rail. AOC wants to build high-speed rail to replace air travel. That's actually not a bad idea, but for a small increase in price, we can get vacuum tube rail (like hyperloop) that goes 4-5 times faster (150 mph vs. 6-800 mph) and will actually compete with air travel due to its higher speed and much lower cost.
That's not an environmental policy, that's just an scapegoat for them to remove a regulated and secure form of travel. The reason why leftists advocate for public transport is because it doesn't require a passport like an airport does. They want illegals to roam everywhere in our country.
Nuclear power releases no carbon or air pollution, and even though climate change is mostly a meme, it's a useful meme for us because nuclear power will be much cheaper than even fossil fuels once we actually start to build it. Molten salt reactors are much safer than current reactor designs, as they cannot melt down. They are much more efficient, and require far less shielding (one of the major costs associated with older designs) making it realistic to expect MSRs to get below half the cost of coal once economies of scale are achieved. If thorium is used as the fuel, proliferation concerns are dramatically reduced, and there is an abundance of easily accessible fuel from processing thorium out of coal that is being burned.
You're correct about it being the most energy efficient. IIRC, the commies are against it because of natural disasters and terrorist attacks.
Instead of raging against the commies, let's use their meme magic against them and actually accomplish something.
Their premise is false to begin with, not to mention that it's harmful to the environment as well. They only treat US citizens as being the center of the world. They do not take into account how those policies will impact wildlife and the global world. I like how they never address how they can prevent flocks of birds from being hit by wind turbines.

If you're agreeing with leftists, then you need to keep in mind that they're using you for their own gain. That's why you need to be entirely opposed to it, even if it sounds good in theory.

Justin Smith
Justin Smith

At a cost of about $10-15 million per mile, we can get to all our large cities for about $1-200 billion, and replicate the entire interstate highway (50,000 miles) for $500-750 billion. Current average cost of a flight is about $400, cost to take a hyperloop will be about $20, so we're talking about a 95% reduction in the cost of travel. Total amount spent on domestic air travel is about $300 million, so we're looking at (with an extremely conservative estimate) an investment of $750 billion that returns $285 billion per year. In reality, the amount of travel will increase dramatically as the cost goes down, and we don't need to build that much track to effectively cover all major and medium population centers.

This gets my train autism is tingling, but wouldn't it serve to facilitate the spread of mestizos throughout the country?

I would start a green new deal with limiting the size of farms to prevent factory farms from dropping food prices by overproduction. This prevents small farms from going out of business, which means more economically sound rural communities. This means more white babies, less rural drug addiction, and less farmer suicides. Legislation could be justified on the grounds of "food safety" or anti-monopoly.

Aaron Bennett
Aaron Bennett

AOC wants to build high-speed rail to replace air travel. That's actually not a bad idea, but. . .

Stopped reading right there, TORfag. Fuck off back to your North Korean economics class. There are about 20 reasons America's rail system sucks, and another dozen why super high-tech faster than Superman!!!!! high-speed rail is a non-starter.

Sage because TOR is a government honeypot for faggots.

Jaxon Edwards
Jaxon Edwards

Let's just forget that electric vehicles aren't better for the environment, we'll eventually run out of metals like lithium for batteries.

Forget that hydrogen fuel cells are much more efficient if that's what you're after. But no, let's just build tons of new electric vehicles and pollute more in the name of environmentalism.

Eli Russell
Eli Russell

That's not an environmental policy
Jet fuel actually is a serious pollutant.

The reason why leftists advocate for public transport is because it doesn't require a passport like an airport does.
I don't like showing my papers to travel, either.

You're correct about it being the most energy efficient. IIRC, the commies are against it because of natural disasters and terrorist attacks
MSRs literally cannot be made to have an explosion. You can blow them up, and you just get the fuel all over the place, and with thorium it's not even very radioactive. If the terrorists have enough manpower to breach a secure facility, an MSR is a lot less attractive than a water treatment facility.

Dominic Hughes
Dominic Hughes

This gets my train autism is tingling, but wouldn't it serve to facilitate the spread of mestizos throughout the country?
If you don't like technology because other races use it, your only option is to go to Africa.

I would start a green new deal with limiting the size of farms to prevent factory farms from dropping food prices by overproduction.
Why would you want to lessen the production of goods in your country? That is terrible economics. Reducing the cost of energy and growing food indoors so you can produce 10x as much food and corner the world food market is a much better option.

Robert Thomas
Robert Thomas

TORfag
NSAfag.

Jose Walker
Jose Walker

North Korea has molten salt reactors and vacuum rail
You have totally discredited yourself.

There are about 20 reasons America's rail system sucks, and another dozen why super high-tech faster than Superman!!!!! high-speed rail is a non-starter.
None of which you can explain, because you don't know anything about this subject and you've been sent here by your corporate overlords to protect them from disruptive technologies.

Adrian Anderson
Adrian Anderson

Electric vehicles are a terrible idea and I did not mention them.

Cameron Phillips
Cameron Phillips

NAWAPA
fuck off, you aren't getting my country's water to waste it growing soy in California

Easton Garcia
Easton Garcia

Real productivity is the source of all economic growth. For an environmental policy to be effective, it must move Labour productivity from consumptive/rent-seeking modes towards productivity that replenishes natural resources in the long run. This must be evaluated before posing any policy.

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Robert Flores
Robert Flores

Jet fuel actually is a serious pollutant.
True, but it's just an excuse that they use to push mass migration. Especially when they want to push wind turbines despite the fact that it kills wildlife.
I don't like showing my papers to travel, either.
As do illegal immigrants. I would definitely be for trains if we were in a high trust society.
MSRs literally cannot be made to have an explosion. You can blow them up, and you just get the fuel all over the place, and with thorium it's not even very radioactive. If the terrorists have enough manpower to breach a secure facility, an MSR is a lot less attractive than a water treatment facility.
Never said that they caused explosions, just that they cause collateral damage:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernobyl_disaster
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fukushima_Daiichi_nuclear_disaster

Andrew James
Andrew James

Stop christcucks from breeding shitskins around the world that accounts for all of population growth.

John Adams
John Adams

It is truly sad to see the many ways that the spic-nig cycle could play out. Sorry, OP, I am not interested in building ever-more advanced technologies only to see them feed the kikemachine that spreads gangrenous niggatry all over the globe. No more autistic, single-minded inventions for the sake of inventing. Either whites develop technology for the profit of the volk only, or nothing.

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Jace Jenkins
Jace Jenkins

Why should we sell you a commodity that you can make better use of rather than letting it wash out to sea!

Leo Bell
Leo Bell

all gas vehicles with electric
(((Saudi Arabia))) on suicide watch

Carter Martin
Carter Martin

True, but it's just an excuse that they use to push mass migration.
They claim jet fuel is a pollutant so they can stop people from using it to travel so they can get people to travel here?

Never said that they caused explosions, just that they cause collateral damage:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chernobyl_disaster

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fukushima_Daiichi_nuclear_disaster

None of these involved molten salt reactors.

Compared with solid-fuelled reactors, MSR systems with circulating fuel salt are claimed to have lower fissile inventories*, no radiation damage constraint on fuel burn-up, no requirement to fabricate and handle solid fuel or solid used fuel, and a homogeneous isotopic composition of fuel in the reactor. Actinides are less-readily formed from U-233 than in fuel with atomic mass greater than 235. These and other characteristics may enable MSRs to have unique capabilities and competitive economics for actinide burning and extending fuel resources. Safety is high due to passive cooling up to any size. Also, several designs have freeze plugs so that if excessive temperatures are reached, the primary salt will be drained by gravity away from the moderator into dump tanks configured to prevent criticality.

world-nuclear.org/information-library/current-and-future-generation/molten-salt-reactors.aspx

Lincoln Hill
Lincoln Hill

christcucks
You're an Israeli shill.

Zachary Martinez
Zachary Martinez

I refuse to build anything
You're literally a nigger.

Isaac Clark
Isaac Clark

You have totally discredited yourself.
Have I? Oh, well I guess if you say so.

<There are about 20 reasons America's rail system sucks, and another dozen why super high-tech faster than Superman!!!!! high-speed rail is a non-starter.
None of which you can explain, because you don't know anything about this subject
The United States has a largely bi-coastal population that clusters into 10 gigantic metropolitan areas, each separated from the others by hundreds or more than a thousand miles. Between them are mid-size urban areas and residential communities that sprawl across almost a million square miles of medium-density population.

Rail transit inside the metro areas is potentially worth doing, since extremely high commuter volume and the general trouble of driving encourage a steady demand for mass transit. So far, there is exactly one commuter train in the country that operates at a profit; the Capital Corridor line that runs, basically, from Washington to Boston. Every other line is a titanic money sink, even with ancient technology and government incentives to ride them.

Connecting urban areas is a waste of time for several reasons:
1) It really is cheaper to fly
2) It is also cheaper to drive, plus you can stop for cheeseburgers or to fuck farmers' daughters or whatever along the way
3) Maintenance costs are worth paying on high-demand lines, but a route from Dallas to Chicago would cross 800 miles of river-sodden, frequently freezing, tornado-prone empty shithole. Every inch of track has to be servicable the whole way, or there's no rail line. Break a few feet of asphalt, on the other hand, and a car can go around.
4) The Midwest has thousands of miles of river transport that's damn-near free to use. In other countries, the need for cargo rail has motivated and underwritten the development of comfortable passenger rail. In the United States, nobody ever has to give a shit about that east of the Rockies, where two-thirds of the population lives.
5) The United States is a federal republic of semi-autonomous states, and there's a no-hijacking clause in the 10th Amendment. This makes interstate rail (or other disruptive infrastructure projects) not only difficult and expensive, but ripe for insane corruption and stonewalling in every state house in the country.
6) Speaking of which, the U.S. also has firm property rights as a bedrock of its economic model. Ironically, real estate costs are highest in the dense urban areas where rail could potentially be the most profitable. Boston's Big Dig failed precisely because of this – on top of other problems, the cost of seizing land under eminent domain just kept rising until even the stupid government ran out of money.
7) In the United States, unlike every other country on earth, cargo shipments take priority over passenger transport on limited rail lines. This means cargo is fractionally cheaper to ship across the Great Basin, but it also means every citizen has a horror story about being sidelined for two hours while some faggot fucking boxcars trundled past at 10 mph. Try to change this rule, and you suddenly have half the states in America in revolt in Congress, half the shipping companies lobbying to undo the damage, and no effort to enforce a uniform standard the way, for example, air traffic is controlled.

In other words, you would like to invest maybe $1 trillion into a new infrastructure project that will be stonewalled and blockaded at every turn, provide transport that's 15% as fast as a plane, twice the cost of a car, inconvenient on a level Americans really aren't used to, and a nightmare to maintain and police. All so that niggers whose Caprice Classics overheat on the interstate can spread their mayhem into Wyoming? Fuck off with your bullshit, TORpedo.

and you've been sent here by your corporate overlords to protect them from disruptive technologies.
You caught me.

Pic generally unrelated.

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Adam Young
Adam Young

I'm on board. I absolutely like these ideas.

Easton Robinson
Easton Robinson

Rail transit inside the metro areas to give spics and niggers quick access to White communities is potentially worth doing,
0/10

Jack Martinez
Jack Martinez

Green Deal Proposal:
1) Create a new currency backed by multiple commodities which we produce inside the united states. No (((crypto)))!
2) Eliminate income tax and property tax.
3) Eliminate all funding of schools and businesses by government.
4) Eliminate all welfare and all foreign work programs/visa work programs.
5) eliminate tax exempt foundations.
6) reinstate militias in all counties.
7) all police elected
8) police prohibited from funding outside of county of jurisdiction
9) subversive jews from media, fed, academia all go into large pyrolysis retort to make syngas for power plants. Run for 50 years. When all the jews are gone, feed in waste plastic, output diesel. After plastics all gone, convert to biomass gasifiers, run coppiced trees through renewable cycle, use tropsche fischer process to create fuel and alcohols.
10) save planet

Mason Cook
Mason Cook

It really is cheaper to fly
So, you didn't read the OP

Noah Nelson
Noah Nelson

They don't actually care about pollution. No one outside of a college in the West really does. Or they would be more worried about the ecological repercussions of mass overpopulation than industry.

Gabriel Ross
Gabriel Ross

First rule of economics: Spend money.
If you want to recover from a depression you have to start a war to artificially raise demand for weapons and supplies, that creates jobs.

In this case America could just spend a buttload of cash on cold fusion reactor research instead of in the military, would be green & good for the economy.

But everybody knows that the Jew wouldn't let it's shabbes goy do that…

Chase Perry
Chase Perry

they've had patents for small scale decentralized fuel since the 20s. The jews transfered those patents to germany ww2 to convert coal to fuel. Diesel and tetraethyl. Can run cars, can run machinery, power plants etc. Wont do it because using well-oil is centralized where as syngas would quickly spiral out of control. The "green revolutions" have no goal other than to make you ask permission to take a dump.

Brandon Edwards
Brandon Edwards

green
we only care about the color white , as in white people

a future without the 14 words is black , no matter how much green you add

fuck off tree hugging faggot

Xavier Bell
Xavier Bell

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technocracy_movement

Imagine a North American Technate allied with the Third Reich nya~

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Ian Harris
Ian Harris

technocracy.wikia.com/wiki/Technocracy_Wiki

technocracyinc.org/

Jason Brown
Jason Brown

I refuse to build anything, which is the only thing distinguishing me from niggers
You're a nigger.

Lincoln Morgan
Lincoln Morgan

I would legitimately rather our fresh water runoff into the oceans than let California, with their legions of mexican farmers, grow soy with it.

Charles Allen
Charles Allen

#000 … im pretty sure thats the color black in hex

your id is telling … keep calling me a nigger , niggers love to say the word nigger

Zachary Price
Zachary Price

and we are not building anything for you bitch

Jace Gomez
Jace Gomez

I would rather have less than engage in trade with mutual benefit
This thread is full of niggers.

Adam James
Adam James

Only support my tribe
Rather have nothing than have more if it means sharing
Tell me one thing that distinguishes your mindset from that of a literal nigger from sub-Saharan Africa.

Juan Anderson
Juan Anderson

Of course not. Since when do niggers build things?

Xavier Reyes
Xavier Reyes

A temporary decrease in the price of a product I do not purchase in exchange for the death of my species is a poor trade, typical subhuman shortsightedness.

William Lopez
William Lopez

I do not eat food

Lincoln Green
Lincoln Green

My food is grown in my town

Leo Edwards
Leo Edwards

Me grow food in me village. Ooga booga.

Nathaniel Thomas
Nathaniel Thomas

Do not build anything, even if it helps your own people tremendously, if it helps another tribe
Nigger.

Oliver Watson
Oliver Watson

Plank one: Vacuum tube rail.

Hyperloop is a meme, faggot. Check out tf00t's vids on it - they can't even get a cart going down the short length they already have. This isn't pointing out the facts that the energy costs of maintaining the vacuum are ridiculous, the fact that the ground settling can break the vacuum seal, and a terrorist attack on it would kill EVERYONE inside b/c of de-pressurization.

Nathan Russell
Nathan Russell

Top of all keks. The luddites are just like the niggers they complain about.

Joseph Stewart
Joseph Stewart

What happens if there's a sudden breach in the tube?

Our tubes are constructed out of thick, strong steel and are very difficult to puncture or buckle. We’re designing and constructing the tube and pods explicitly to handle down to 100 Pa of pressure or more (equivalent to air pressure at 200,000 feet above sea level), changes in air pressure, and to safely tolerate small leaks, holes, and even breaches without suffering from reduced structural integrity.

If there was a leak or breach in our tube in an operational system air would leak into the tube. The affected vehicles would slow down due to the additional air pressure, or require a power boost to get them to the next station. The pods will be built to withstand even sudden air pressure changes safely. We will also have the ability to section off parts of the route and re-pressurize sections in the case of a significant emergency. Every pod will have emergency exits if needed, but mostly pods will glide safely to the next portal (station) or egress point in the event of an emergency. Additionally, we are building sensors throughout the system to notify of any leaks or breaches and we would be able to identify and perform maintenance to resolve any leaks quickly.

hyperloop-one.com/facts-frequently-asked-questions

Luis Perez
Luis Perez

a brown woman with a public school education has no fucking clue how the world works

Angel Wilson
Angel Wilson

Useful idiot.

Grayson Rogers
Grayson Rogers

literally
*actually

Colton Peterson
Colton Peterson

oy vey tor pedo
TOR WORKS TO SEPARATE IP FROM ROUTING
Which is why you use it before and after your vpn proxy condoms, isn't that right, mr fed++.

Andrew Thompson
Andrew Thompson

End trade with China, sink them instantly, endure hard times, resurface a stronger domestically independent nation minus an enemy masquerading as a trade ally, simultaneously save environment.

Carson Flores
Carson Flores

Yes it's because of Christians that Africans walk around with their dicks hanging out raping and impregnating everything that moves. Thanks for shoehorning that into this thread.

Leo Morales
Leo Morales

draining the fertility of your soil to boost foreign birthrates

wew, great thinking there

Dominic Gomez
Dominic Gomez

Or develop a bunch of technologies, sell it to China, overtake them as world economic power, get even more shekels and avoid the dark age.

Bentley Gray
Bentley Gray

ooga booga, if you build shiny things, soul get taken away by witch doctor
They realy are niggers

Adrian Thomas
Adrian Thomas

hyper loop
I always see this method on this board. Is it supposed to be more cost effective compared to mag rail or something? I'm no engineer, but it doesn't seem all that practical to begin with(though I haven't done any research).

Jace Sanchez
Jace Sanchez

Mag lev is faster if you put it in a vacuum tube.

Brayden Hughes
Brayden Hughes

AOC's plan is batshit
It's really not. It just dispenses with the pretense of neoliberal economics and the conservative knee-jerk objection of "BUT HOW WILL YOU PAAAAAY FOR IT?" This is your conservative priors showing, and you should take efforts to eliminate it from yourself. The question is "but where will the resources come from" and the answer is that the labor hours for construction will come from rerouting the labor that is done on useless paper pushing office jobs who will now be enjoying a life as manual laborers instead of white collar wine aunts. Very fitting if you ask me.

Hyperloop
One bullet is all it takes if you build it above ground. The only way to do magtubes is to create the tubes underground in stone where explosions and bullets and mindworms won't depressurize the system. It's not to say it's impossible, but it would require an extremely revolutionary approach. Better get ready to build some T-Formers, Nwabudike. Pic related. Or just set up some nuclear plants the synthesize synthetic jetfuel and keep flying.

Muh thorium LFTRs.
Fine, but like the hyperloop it requires new revolutionary technology that is unproven and not immediately actionable.

NAWAPA
This is doable today, if you allow traditional high pressure water reactors, and a good idea if the goal was to keep the American empire afloat. I have no objections. But you know what would help get this done faster? Inventing T-Formers that defragment the earth's crust and replace it with pure sillicate crystals with vacuum tube infrastructure, fresh water sequestration tanks, and other infrastructure already in place deep under ground where it is impervious to nuclear attacks.

Better get to work on them T-Formers bruh.

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Ryan Jenkins
Ryan Jenkins

plank one
Would be cool if vacuum railways were anything more than a pipe dream/bomb. If someone can come up with a way to avoid cascade failure then go ahead, but no one knows how to do that right now.

planks two, and three
These are feasible right now.

Isaac Jackson
Isaac Jackson

What happens if there's a sudden breach in the tube?

Our tubes are constructed out of thick, strong steel and are very difficult to puncture or buckle. We’re designing and constructing the tube and pods explicitly to handle down to 100 Pa of pressure or more (equivalent to air pressure at 200,000 feet above sea level), changes in air pressure, and to safely tolerate small leaks, holes, and even breaches without suffering from reduced structural integrity.

If there was a leak or breach in our tube in an operational system air would leak into the tube. The affected vehicles would slow down due to the additional air pressure, or require a power boost to get them to the next station. The pods will be built to withstand even sudden air pressure changes safely. We will also have the ability to section off parts of the route and re-pressurize sections in the case of a significant emergency. Every pod will have emergency exits if needed, but mostly pods will glide safely to the next portal (station) or egress point in the event of an emergency. Additionally, we are building sensors throughout the system to notify of any leaks or breaches and we would be able to identify and perform maintenance to resolve any leaks quickly.

hyperloop-one.com/facts-frequently-asked-questions

Chase Reyes
Chase Reyes

1500 pounds of force traveling at the speed of sound
Our steel tubes will not be atomized by the freight train of force plowing through it
Sure, Elon. Sure. Literally the only way to make the magtube is to build it underground where there is no risk of catastrophic depressurization.

Jackson Butler
Jackson Butler

Why wouldn’t you use a hovertank chassis on the Super Formers? Why not throw some stasis generator armor on it and put singularity engines in them? It might seem like it would take dozens of turns to make one because of the expense, but what does the cost matter anyway? You could always just raise the taxes on the drones and pretend like the armored singularity hover formers are more efficient that the standard super formers.

Eli Scott
Eli Scott

things moving at the speed of sound will atomize on impact with anything else
How do planes land?

Levi Flores
Levi Flores

Prototypes are expensive

Camden Adams
Camden Adams

It would take dozens of turns to build hovertank formers

Nah brah, just build a couple hundred clean seaformers, build thousands of solar platforms in the oceans, use hundreds of foil supply ships (trawlers) to gather the solar energy, wait for 11 minerals to be completed on your hoverformers, and then hurry construction. About 2 turns to make anything once your energy income is high enough.

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Lucas James
Lucas James

Deliberately misunderstanding the point
Or being too stupid to understand the point

Unforgivable in either case. KYS.

If you breach the hyperloop vacuum, air will rush up the length of the tube with the force of a 1500 pound object moving at the speed of sound, which will vaporize the steel tube.

Grayson Taylor
Grayson Taylor

Ooga Booga!

If you breach the hyperloop vacuum, air will rush up the length of the tube with the force of a 1500 pound object moving at the speed of sound, which will vaporize the steel tube.

Ooga Booga Witch Doctor say shiny blow up!
Try to stop chimping out for a few minutes and actually read this

What happens if there's a sudden breach in the tube?

Our tubes are constructed out of thick, strong steel and are very difficult to puncture or buckle. We’re designing and constructing the tube and pods explicitly to handle down to 100 Pa of pressure or more (equivalent to air pressure at 200,000 feet above sea level), changes in air pressure, and to safely tolerate small leaks, holes, and even breaches without suffering from reduced structural integrity.

If there was a leak or breach in our tube in an operational system air would leak into the tube. The affected vehicles would slow down due to the additional air pressure, or require a power boost to get them to the next station. The pods will be built to withstand even sudden air pressure changes safely. We will also have the ability to section off parts of the route and re-pressurize sections in the case of a significant emergency. Every pod will have emergency exits if needed, but mostly pods will glide safely to the next portal (station) or egress point in the event of an emergency. Additionally, we are building sensors throughout the system to notify of any leaks or breaches and we would be able to identify and perform maintenance to resolve any leaks quickly.

hyperloop-one.com/facts-frequently-asked-questions

Elijah Moore
Elijah Moore

You are a nigger.

Colton Morgan
Colton Morgan

Fizzy whizzy!
Fizzy whizzy armchair engineer say shiny stronk! Shiny never fail us! Shiny make us free!

Let me know when they're taking bombs and 50cal antimateriel bullets into account, retard. Once air is rushing up the tube, there is no shiny strong enough to stop the force of 1500 pounds of force moving at twice the speed of a bullet.

Dominic Kelly
Dominic Kelly

-t. Tornigger

Enjoy getting drone bombed by the government for not having an RFID tracker chip in your hand, technology worshipping faggot.

Andrew Young
Andrew Young

Where I live, people fire .50 caliber anti-materiel rounds into any shiny piece of metal they see
You're a nigger.

Gabriel Adams
Gabriel Adams

I will personally fire a 50cal antimateriel bullet at any magtube that is ever constructed above ground. Just to make you sad.

Cooper Morris
Cooper Morris

That's why you're a nigger.

Lincoln Perry
Lincoln Perry

I've got a better idea.

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Ethan Nguyen
Ethan Nguyen

And it's why you'll never have your hyperloop up a space elevator to your thorium powered asteroid mining to bring resources back for your artificial womb waifubot factories, faggot.

But I don't have to ruin your fantasies, because the jews will beat me to it.

THE JEWS WILL NEVER LET YOU HAVE NICE THINGS, TECHNIGGER.

Josiah Phillips
Josiah Phillips

All rail projects are just ways to transport niggers to whiter areas right now.

Oliver Martin
Oliver Martin

chimp out

Isaac Clark
Isaac Clark

Damn right, white boy. I will break all your civilization toys. You've never seen a beast so savage as a white man gone feral.

We werewolf naaw.

Daniel Lewis
Daniel Lewis

white nigger chimping out

Camden Richardson
Camden Richardson

They purposely brought this up now so the country has no other choice but to vote for shabbos trump.

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