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PerGynt

Interesting vehicle, but what about trains? It is many times more efficient to move cargo on a metal track than to spend the money on fuel to create lift and hold it up in the air. Don't get me wrong. I am a private pilot and I would love to own a commuter car/plane like that. I think it would probably fly better with a single rear wheel, actually. But is the future in very efficient private automobiles or very efficient trains and other mass transportation? Will the transportation of the future have its own fuel supply, or will it be powered by windmills and solar panels beside the tracks? Will people actually sit in the same vehicle with other people of different social status and ethnicity? That's what killed the trolleys, and many of America's great urban centers.
The future is always a mystery. Maybe if we don't coo and fawn over our favorite political darlings and avoid adhering to their policies for the sake of party identification our better judgment will surface in our politics.
Build trains, Mr. President.


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