The internet is growing quickly around the world, but it’s penetrated certain regions and countries faster than others. This map, which was generated by pinging every IPv4 address on the planet and mapping the ping responses, is a rough look at internet access around the world:
A supersonic airliner that flies at three times the speed of sound – and runs on nuclear fusion.
The Flash Falcon is too ambitious a design to fly with today’s technology. But aviation history is littered with achievements once thought impossible. Nuclear fusion might, one day, join them. Continue reading “Supersonic Nuclear Powered Airliner”
Hyperloop Tech prepares for historic public test
The concept of the Hyperloop belongs, of course, to Elon Musk. As if being the CEO of both Tesla and SpaceX, as well as the chairman of Solar City and a cofounder of PayPal, wasn’t enough, Musk in 2013 sent shockwaves through the tech world by introducing his idea for the Hyperloop, “a fifth mode after planes, trains, cars, and boats” based on a “low pressure tube with capsules that are transported at both low and high speeds throughout the length of the tube [and which are] supported on a cushion of air, featuring pressurized air and aerodynamic lift.”
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That makes Boom 2.6X faster than other airliners. Mach 2.2 is 1,451 MPH / 2335 KPH.