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Hyperloop represents the greatest leap in transport infrastructure for generations. Here we explain the concept that's about to revolutionise our world. For more by The B1M subscribe now: http://ow.ly/GxW7y Read the full story on this video, including images and useful links, here: https://www.theb1m.com/video/hyperloop-explained Learn more about Virgin Hyperloop One: https://hyperloop-one.com Learn more about Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT): http://www.hyperloop.global 3 ways Elon Musk is disrupting construction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=la3nd-lS-_k Images and footage courtesy of Virgin Hyperloop One, Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT), Dan Taylor, Tesla, FR-EE, Mexloop, SpaceX, Foster + Partners and DP World Cargospeed. The B1M merch store - https://theb1m.fanfiber.com/en/ View this video and more at - http://www.TheB1M.com Follow us on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheB1M Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/TheB1M Follow us on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-b1m-ltd Follow us on Instagram - http://instagram.com/theb1m/ #construction #infrastructure #hyperloop We welcome you sharing our content to inspire others, but please be nice and play by our rules: http://www.theb1m.com/guidelines-for-sharing Our content may only be embedded onto third party websites by arrangement. We have established partnerships with domains to share our content and help it reach a wider audience. If you are interested in partnering with us please contact Enquiries@TheB1M.com. Ripping and/or editing this video is illegal and will result in legal action. © 2018 The B1M Limited | Share + Inspire
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Ralph Perez (2 hours ago)
And then your will have to remove your shoes and belts!
Roger8176 (3 hours ago)
How is this efficient at all? By the looks of it those things will only hold about 20 people and you'd only be able to run a few at a time....in the same direction of course. So all that money on something that could only transport at best a couple hundred people a day? I wonder what Don Dokken thinks about this idea?
philip coffman (10 hours ago)
Thank you for burning Cali forests hyper loop
louisconnor82 (17 hours ago)
That's insane to think that you could commute from Cleveland to Chicago (normally a 6 hour car drive) in just 38 min. Considering Cleveland has such a low cost of living compared to Chicago I wonder how that would affect the cities/states tax revenue? You'll probably get paid more in Chicago and then pay half of what you would for living expenses in Cleveland.
Izik Ilya (19 hours ago)
FINALLY! Found one of the best stainless steel water bottles! @t
Akalion (23 hours ago)
It's a stupid scam. There, saved you 11 minutes.
P. Hamilton (1 day ago)
Hyperloot looks to be just another target for Terrorists...a very expensive one.
Prashant Ramachandran (1 day ago)
@8:41 Mumbai and Delhi are wrongly labeled: Mumbai is on the southern end and Delhi is at the north of the red line.
money control20 (1 day ago)
There is a mistake in naming of India's cities Mumbai and Delhi. The names are interchanged, may be due to the sheer speed of the hyperloop : */
eric planting (1 day ago)
lol, "explained"... speed of 740mph (actual speed 200ish), with people in a vacuum maglev tube (vacuum dangerous, maglev dumb, now just an ordinary high speed rail car)
AmericanPatriot2011 (1 day ago)
This would work best in Russia imo. Vast country with a conceptual way to link West & East Russia.
Lucky Thomas (2 days ago)
Bruh the British narrator mislabeled the location of Mumbai and Delhi on the India map!!! dummy funnyy!!!! Check it at 8:36
St S (2 days ago)
We have internet. Why you need to travel through body when you can go anywhere with your mind?
PacTheShmock (2 days ago)
Man the future is so dam cool and in my opinion is one of the most important things we need to take into serious matter especially with stuff that affect the whole planet and life on it.
Lakes J (3 days ago)
Uncle Mario?
Alan Partridge (3 days ago)
What about G-forces?
johnny chebolita calderon (3 days ago)
this will never happen
DehMagicMuffin (3 days ago)
10:29 That's gotta be a lot of pylons they need to construct.
FlightSimMaster108 (3 days ago)
this is so cool to see the future right here
TI Pilot (4 days ago)
I'm 20 now I reaaally hope this is a thing before I'm 50
Swedish Daniel (4 days ago)
I helped them build this.... I put a screw in.
Akhil p nair (5 days ago)
I have this idea on mind from 2007..
Anonymous User (5 days ago)
If the tube is a vacuum, what's the point of making the vehicle torpedo shaped? it doesn't need aerodynamics.
TechStack Reviews (4 days ago)
Because it’s looks good
Go Fxck Thyself (5 days ago)
Anonymous User efficiency thats why
Elijah Torrence (5 days ago)
How does this channel not have more subscribers????!?! Well done.
M M (5 days ago)
Yes at last people will get rid of the dangerous airplane which its design like a land to land rocket and it needs a runway nearby to land,suppose it is on the middle of an ocean or away from a runway,but hyperloop is better when there's a fault at least it is on land,and I wish it will spread all over the world in just a decade.
Vineeth Naroju (5 days ago)
​+M M I'm just saying mishaps do happen. Comparing aeroplanes to hyperloop doesn't make sense, both have their pros and cons. By the way, engineers do mistakes and just google high-speed train accidents.
M M (5 days ago)
+Vineeth Naroju I didn't know about what you've written,I think the engineers will take care of it in the Hyperloop's safety tests.There's a fast train in Japan moving over a magnetic on a bridge like the one Hyperloop moving on but without a tube and I didn't hear that it had an accident before.
Vineeth Naroju (5 days ago)
If any fault in Hyperloop pods causes them to bang against the tubes- the death toll would be devastating (people living in and around of the track, or at the portals). It's like millions of people living close to a very powerful missile. So, is hyperloop still safer than aeroplane?
MrDJCoulton (5 days ago)
The problem with hyperloop has never been about technology. Hovertrain and Maglev tech has been around for decades - the problem has always been about the funding of massive scale transportation projects - each route would be hundreds of miles long costing billions; that's why it's always been cheaper to adapt existing rail network with modern upgrades. It's going to be hard to for any 4-8 term president /prime minister to start a hyperloop project when faced with huge political backlash for very little reward. The Japanese rail faced the same problem when building the first shinkansen
mccabe1958 (5 days ago)
Nice idea. Too bad the laws of physics prevent it.
md iqbal (6 days ago)
Can it be possible to have C-training anyway?
stincity (6 days ago)
Lot of people commenting how this is impossible. Considering the amount of money being spent researching the best solution, I find that hard to believe. Also a lot of these same comments don't understand science or the current leading concept (near vacuum, not total vacuum).
Joe Davenport (16 hours ago)
Money can't solve ALL problems,
benjovi55 (6 days ago)
Proof of concept is needed. All I see is tubes and promises of potential. Science and engineering are about doing, not just theorizing.
Robert Chase (6 days ago)
If wishes were Hyperloops, post-modern man would ride.
David Davidson (6 days ago)
Why not just put the tubes underground?
TrueGrantsta (6 days ago)
Musk did not found Tesla. What's the point of a video which doesn't do the most basic of research?
TrueGrantsta (5 days ago)
+yokailover Yes, I subsequently learned that Musk retroactively gets to call himself "founder" of Tesla after a 2009 lawsuit was settled. Even though Musk only joined the company ~8 months after it was founded.
yokailover (5 days ago)
Co-founder, actually.
AW (6 days ago)
Sorry to say it, but this is more like clickbait. nothing really informative
J R (6 days ago)
Chuck Stark (7 days ago)
Idtelos (7 days ago)
More like far future. Give it another 20 years before this has a chance to become mainstream.
anurag sharma (7 days ago)
8:40 the cities name are wrongly exchanged Delhi and Mumbai
123 Woodbine Owners (7 days ago)
What is an umph? Strange that you are not working with metric measurements. I suspect that you are using metric but afraid that the US public will reject metric so you use the obsolete miles per hour. Sad. It looks so strange to see something so scientific look so far behind.
Syrnian (7 days ago)
It is hogwash.
Fuck You (7 days ago)
i could legitimately see airports not existing in the future after these take off
Sharon Brewer (7 days ago)
Screw that
Blake Johnson (8 days ago)
250 MPH?....meh... I have to say I'm not that impressed...get them up to 600 or 700mph and now we're talking!
asdf (8 days ago)
Watching a video about future tech explained using miles per hour with a narrator with a British accent. A perfect example of what's wrong with humanity.
Jatin Dodiya (8 days ago)
8:41 there is a mistake in the map of India you swapped the position of two city's names Delhi and Mumbai just correct that first
Mark Evan Delos Reyes (8 days ago)
Portal Reference? 7:49
winner always (8 days ago)
winner always (8 days ago)
mumbai and delhi location showed in map should be reversed
Lucas Tassie (8 days ago)
Who thinks this is going to get anywhere?
Sherin Varughese (8 days ago)
Time- 8:38 Firstly in the video the names of places should be reversed of Mumbai and Delhi as they are placed wrong an secondly the name of the capital of india is spelled wrong its Spelled "Delhi" not "Dehli". Please do make the corrections and thank you for the explanation I very much enjoyed the presentation. :)
Hailey Mew (8 days ago)
Up the entire coast of California would be sick
Phil (9 days ago)
What do they do when the magnet tracks de-magnetise? It would take a while to replace it all
Lion Lion (9 days ago)
How about a Hyperloop under the sea??
Afro Dieter (9 days ago)
I am willing to bet that the Deutsche Bahn will be able to turn even this into shit. Just like our existing "high speed" lines.
Mohammad Akram (9 days ago)
Mumbai and Delhi are labelled oppositely.
Sanket Asgaonkar (9 days ago)
Location of mumbai delhi route specified incorrectly.
Erick Asroid (9 days ago)
I'll ride if the entire system controlled, maintained and monitored by AI.
NK (9 days ago)
Are you sure that the tube is not affected by the weather cause I feel winter ❄️ 🥶 could play a huge roll on the tubes.
gabe cupps (9 days ago)
Mono = one; Rail = rail
Vega Prototype (9 days ago)
We need flying cars.
Jason32Bourne (9 days ago)
It's a great idea, just not above ground. If possible below ground would be preferable. This is so the invention doesn't destroy the beauty of nature and this world any more than it already is.
Jason32Bourne (6 days ago)
If it's a better alternative and more efficient, than yes. What the proposal is now, is practically an above ground subway in a sense.
NwPonch (6 days ago)
So, a more expensive subway?
Sagan (9 days ago)
What happens when an object moving that fast stops suddenly ? This will never happen.
David Keane (10 days ago)
There was a ticket sold two weeks ago for a open return train ticket from London to Manchester. 360 UK Pounds. If that is the cost of a person, transporting goods will be very expensive. Elite Express.
Suvaraj Patra (10 days ago)
It's gonna be in India.... Oh yeahhhhh.
Vita Quasus (10 days ago)
I'm a long haul trucker, been driving for 46 years, I also write C++, Java, Assembly. Autonomous trucks and cars seem pure foolishness, no even airlines are fully autonomous yet. This Hyperloop technology will completely replace any need for all long haul other than super size loads in short order. Just my opinion.
Phoenix Plays Games (10 days ago)
allon musk?
moose boy (10 days ago)
Be a nice change from jobs fighting Wars to jobs building hyperloops, and Hell the money we waste on war would more than pay for them....how fun would it be to travel in these.
gomenaros (10 days ago)
Bla bla bla. Just get it done already and we ll be the judge of it. Stop the pre production marketing just to convince us and get funding, we get what it is but we can't know whether it's good until we have experienced it.
DaJasch (10 days ago)
AJAT2005 HD (10 days ago)
11:43 that looks so cool how the doors close behind them.
IIVIIRRIIVII (10 days ago)
The difference between hyperloop and an airplane is it would be much harder to find an individual who maliciously puts a hole in the plane, whereas the tube looks quite easy to compromise. Particularly since the mockup shown here is above ground and left undefended.
0BLACKESTFUN0 (10 days ago)
MONORAIL!!! And just a overprized tunnel on top of that .
CHUENE ELVIN (10 days ago)
No thank you.
Amirm Mousavi P (10 days ago)
Hyperloop is the way how musk made himself famous,it 's esay to undrestand a man who have a car company,never gonna make a public transportation
hans günter (10 days ago)
Got a commercial for Hyperloop dubai before this video started. nice
ndlz84 (11 days ago)
Second thought: I am yet to see a loop. Rename suggestion: "HyperToob"
ndlz84 (11 days ago)
Initial thoughts: Looks like the Monorail fiasco to me... I hope they keep an anchor on board
BossTwin :D (11 days ago)
Thinderfoot says hi
Gio Franco (11 days ago)
It doesn’t take 3 hours to fly from LA to SF...... it’s a 45-55 minute flight...... it’s also a 5 hour drive by car so the information in the beginning are false
David Holt (11 days ago)
As technology advances, - particularly with regard to tunnelling by means of laser borers - underground hyperloops could become the "normal" transportation in 50 years' time.
CircleNoob101 (11 days ago)
I mean, that would be pretty epic.
firefox5926 (11 days ago)
8:22 how is it that you're train is loseing to a car ?
telika ramu (11 days ago)
I am Happy to see hyperloop project in India map as an Indian.
Charles Nelson (11 days ago)
One evening Elon skinned up a fat number and sat down with some of his sycophantic 'bros'...as he drew deeply on the joint he closed his eyes and declared....'you know we could have a train that moves in a vacuum in an underground tunnel and travels at speeds of up to 400 mph'....his sycophantic 'bros' all nodded furiously and said Yea Elon...Yea Man. (that's how the Hyperloop came to be...)
Dante Howlstice (11 days ago)
It won't work, should just put the money going into hyper loop into highspeed rail which while not as good as the THEORIZED hyper loop is still quite good and is only a little slower than air travel and more importantly works already. Japan and Europe have used them to massive effect, its time America catches up before we start trying to create theoretical improvements.
simon goodbrand (11 days ago)
If we applied the same "risk adverse" approach, suggested by some, to for example, helicopters - they wouldn't exist - neither would space travel - or travel by horse for that matter- all inherently and relatively high risk.
The hunter (11 days ago)
Would have loved toonsee this in sweden frpm stockholm to Göterborg/ Gothenburg
Steve Jones (11 days ago)
hell naw they are gona 2012 us they building giant ships tryna get off the planet they got the hyperloop to evac all the rich people oh man
Toby Tollefsen (12 days ago)
Really cool. Thank you.
op3l (12 days ago)
I don’t really see a need for this. The US rail system will always suck as it’s just too big. Regular high speed trains are good enough for people not wanting to go through being groped by the TSA. If they want or need to be there fast, an airplane will always be fastest.
Bala Sujith Potineni (12 days ago)
But even a slight mistake can spell disaster and this would mean its again going to be hyperexpensive to recover it
Amature Animator (12 days ago)
Man this is awesome, but... what will they do about turns? I mean, in a car the centripetal force from the turn feels weird if you go to fast, I can't even imagine the force of a turn (even a very gradual one) at over 200 mph! I'd love to see a followup video that covers the issues brought up by people in the comments.
blastman8888 (12 days ago)
Could you image the mess inside on of those things if it crashed
mike burns (12 days ago)
There's a good reason why Elon Musk demands that a lot of public money be put up rather than his own. He knows that it will be behind schedule, cost more and have less revenue than projected, so it's a bad business decision. But the taxpayer will pay for it, so he's happy. As long as the taxpayers are dumb enough they will enjoy the show.
Henning Marxen (12 days ago)
First conceived by Elon Musk? That idea is a 100 years old.
Michael John Dennis (13 days ago)
Total rubbish and governments around the world must put a stop to this utter nonsense once and for all on so many levels and for so many reasons
RICHARD GORDON (13 days ago)
Ashwath Nair (13 days ago)
You mixed up Mumbai and Delhi* mate.
P (13 days ago)
Chemist here, this is one of the most dangerous, power draining, and wacky things I've ever seen. 1) Full vac on that much metal tubing? Good luck with reinforcement, power needs, and the pressure. 2) Metal expands and contracts pretty easily, with that much tube? Will crack quickly. 3) Are you going to have full security on this watching every half mile? All it will take is one rogue person to puncture a nice hole in it. Ever see an aluminum can get crushed?