Don't miss the anal probe at the security checkpoint, or the passengers arriving nude because ... it's windy in that capsule!?
Next Media became famous when Tiger Woods had his ...incident, with their next-day delivered animated "what might have been", in the Next Media take on sort-of-News coverage. Now Elon's gotten the same treatment.
Good satire, covers the general worries of the public, i.e. security, discomfort, clothing ripping off our bodies due to the...no? Is that just me?
Anyways, I bet 99% of the people that have a negative opinion on the Hyper-loop DIDN'T read the 57 page pdf. If they did, they would be informed correctly. Is that so much to ask?
Not everyone is an ENGINEER, ENGINEER.
Many can't even set up a display name, and use their email address!
I would still ride it.
"Anyways, I bet 99% of the people that have a negative opinion on the Hyper-loop DIDN'T read the 57 page pdf."
I will add on a side bet that 99% of people that have a positive opinion about the hyperloop also didn't read the 57-page pdf.
@olanmills touche :P
Plus, it couldn't possibly be "windy in that capsule," it would have to be closed off from the passengers. 700mph wind would crush a person. Plus if the acceleration is only 1g it wouldn't even push you into your seat.
1g is rather fast acceleration. It definitely would push you into your seat. Not uncomfortably harsh, but you would not want to stand up either. Gravity + 1g sideways acceleration is roughly 14m/s^2 at 45 degree angle downward acceleration.