And how we might solve them
In early 2013, Elon Musk introduced the Hyperloop. It promised to be a revolutionary form of transportation. With a proposed speed of 760 mph or 1220 km/h, Hyperloop will be the fastest land-based system to exist.
Inside a vacuum tube, pods are accelerated at high speeds since there is little air resistance. Instead of moving on rails like bullet trains, Hyperloop uses magnetic levitation(maglev) to avoid any friction that would slow it down.
Besides offering lightning quick speed⚡️- it could also reduce deadly car crashes, connect people living far away, and create a sustainable future. …