Thursday, March 12, 2015

Carbonite Wankel engine

“There are a lot of complicated physics, fluid dynamics and computational transportation science involved in the particulars of the Hyperloop, which spanned 58 PDF pages in Musk’s first pass at an explanation. When you break it down, however, it’s really a system that anyone can understand. Here, I attempt to explain it in the simplest terms I can come up with.”


“The function of the neotransistometer, I think, is self-explanatory: It oxidizes the laser-field turbine (LFT) and compresses the Polonium intake valve so that the gasohol pistons can achieve millenniary exit velocity. In order for the Hyperloop to reach Mach 0.91 (also known as Eberstark’s Constant, represented as ρ), the LFT’s must super-collide, sublimate and thermosynthesize simultaneously, reaching the electrolytical oxiduction point; with a steady supply of polycarbonate thermite flooded into the rotary dehydration portal, each Hyperloop pod can successfully ignite, elevate, and chromosphere from one terminal to the next, without argifying, de-substantiating or undergoing fyto-photo-interterpidation.”


Explaining Elon Musk’s Hyperloop test track, in extremely basic terms


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