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Transatlantic tunnel

A bonkers idea to span the Atlantic ocean with a US$1trillion suspended tunnel to carry a 7,500kmh maglev train between New York and London

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  • Bonkers you say? In the seventeenth century, travveling to the moom was deemed bonkers.

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  • Now if the date was April1st I would say it's a joke.

    It is evident that no thought has been given to Wegner's Theory of Continental Drift or the Mid Atlantic Fault Line where the Euro-Africa land mass is drifting away from the America land mass.

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  • It is time for British Engineers to visit et3 or ETT to better understand both the route and the technology to be applied for this sort of "High Speed" extreme venture.

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