This may not be the first time that some of you have heard about it, but for a long time, the scientific and popular science was revived by the latest news of the ETT or technology evacuation pipes. Licensing Organization ET3 has a patent on this proposed technology of the future.
Technology of the future: Capsules with magnetic levitation
How does it work? Well, just imagine a bright sunny day in New York, and suddenly want to bring his wife on a date for dinner in Beijing! Average flight time for any commercial flight of 14 hours, or less, if you're landing a super-high-tech Air Force aircraft that can go supersonic.
But with the help of ETT you will be able to travel from New York to Beijing in just two hours. Imagine that this dinner date in Beijing and after you have done it more bright and sunny day in the middle of New York. And ET3 believes that the day-speed suction pipe is not far off.
The proposed evacuation prototype technology – six people, the capsule, which moves in vacuum tubes, which do not have air, which can achieve a maximum speed of 4000 miles per hour. These capsules will work for magnetic levitation tracks without rubbing. Technology Mag Lev not out & # 39 is the secret to all, as it is used now in some railways in Europe and in the United States. China also had the same technology as their Shanghai Trans.
If you use the same logic on lines and capsules & # 39 will be magnets with the same poles. And since only the opposite poles attract, the capsule and traces repel each other, creating a kind of illusion that the capsule levitavats. While it is convenient, and it sounds a little silly, it is set as a prominent character in the long-distance transport. This can be seen as cornerstone for future transportation.
This technology can be very ideal, especially for people with a busy schedule and for those who want to maximize their normal mode, reducing the journey time. Instead of the traditional trips to the 16-20 hours on a journey, the capsule create a sense of life to get to your destination. Businessman and tourists alike can greatly benefit from this technology. But the question is whether they will be available in all countries or in some selected (you know what I mean). And if everyone will have access to it, whether it be affordable?