This Ride Makes Bullet Trains Look Slow
Apparently 175 mph isn’t fast enough for people in Japan, where rail companies are pouring money into a magnetic levitation train that will streak across the countryside at more than 310 mph.
Here in the U.S., the clickety-clack of Amtrak is the standard for rail and a proposed high-speed line linking Los Angeles and San Francisco would make the trip in about 2.5 hours. The system Japan is developing would cover that distance in an hour, which shows how far behind we are.
The maglev train isn’t expected to go into service until 2025, so in the meantime there’s a plan to roll out a faster, sleeker version of the wildly successful Shinkansen bullet train. Continue reading
When your mind is focused on the results of those goals you’ll take the action necessary to follow up and make sure you achieve those goals. The minute you get distracted for a prolonged period – you lose sight of your objective and fail to accomplish those goals.
-By Karim Hajee
Think of it this way, you’re riding in a car driven by your personal driver and everytime your driver asks you where you want to go you simply say: “I don’t know. Wherever you want to go is fine with me.” Then when your driver takes you to the place of his choice you complain and say: “I don’t want to be here, take me somewhere else.” And again you say you don’t know where you want to go.