Hyperloop One Hires Washington Lobbyists

Obviously Washington is not the only place where Hyperloop One is lobbying. The company’s CEO Rob Lloyd was in New Delhi lobbying the Indian Parliament directly. I imagine Hyperloop One will soon be hiring lobbyists all over the world in an attempt to get lots of money from lots of governments.

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How to Think about the Hyperloop

Such a solution would also be a paradigm shift that will change the nature of our countries, our communities, our economies and our lives. Therefore the best way to think about Hyperloop is as the next great paradigm shift in how we organize our civilization.

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Hyperloop One Working with Indian Government

The Indian government would like to get many of the components for Hyperloop including the tubes built locally. That would give the nation a cutting edge industry and put it at the lead of new technologies.

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Hyperloop One founder launches Own Company

BamBrogan did not say if he had hired anybody else or raised any venture capital. Arrivo is far behind Hyperloop One which had raised $50 million and was planning to raise $160 million in October. Hyperloop One has already identified potential routes and is planning a full scale test of its technology in April.

Arrivo is also lagging between Hyperloop Transportation Technologies or HTT which is planning to create a research and development center in France. News reports indicate that the crowd-sourced HTT has raised around $35 million and gotten land rights in a number of locations.

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Hyperloop will be Amazon Prime on Steroids

“It’s Amazon Prime on steroids,” Earle told Inverse. “You don’t have to use a fleet of airplanes, you don’t have to use warehouses outside of cities to store goods, because you have to truck them in to meet that one hour deadline that’s in the contract for Amazon Prime.”

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Travel from Pittsburgh to Chicago in Half An Hour for the Price of a Bus Ticket with Hyperloop

A person would be able to travel from Pittsburgh to Chicago in half an hour; a distance of 460.20 miles (740.62 kilometers), for less than the price of a bus ticket, if the Commission’s Hyperloop proposal becomes reality. The trip would cost around $54, (the current cost of a bus ticket between Pittsburgh and Chicago), The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.

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Bill Gates Organizes League of Billionaires to Fight Climate Change

Bill Gates has become a real life superhero who is out to save the world from climate change. The Microsoft

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Five Ways you can invest in Hyperloop

An interesting investment would be to buy buildings, land or old houses in older cities that might be connected to population centers like New York via Hyperloop. A great example of such a city is Pueblo, Colorado, a decaying steel town full of old houses that is just 114 miles south of one of the nation’s most expensive markets; Denver.

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