I might point out that Wind Spirit doesn't require all of the ripping up and
rebuilding of property, or construction of overpasses, or rail crossings. Here's
another aspect of the differences between light rail and Wind Spirit; If we used the
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The transportation concept described here emloys 20 passenger cars that can change lanes on an elevated track at 80 miles per hour. This permits an extraordinary improvement in public transportation, up to 70,000 passengers per hour per line. The book details the construction of the cars and the commuter system as it might be installed in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This type of system has never been proposed before. This is not just a book for academics or engineers, although I would certainly encourage them to read it. This is written with the intent of instructing the general public in the futility of pursuing light rail as a solution of their transportation problems and to encourage them to demand something better. In addition there is a description of personal auto transport, also a cargo carrying system that can replace the trucking industry within the next half century. The primary goal of my life has been to discover the challenges and rewards of successfully designing increasingly difficult mechanical projects in the employment of manufacturing and engineering firms. I am an industrial designer with approximately 40 years, (80,000 hours), of work experience in mechanical and structural design. This experience has been predominately in material handling, that is: conveyors and processing equipment in the aggregate and forest products industries. It has also included several projects for the navy such as elevators, watertight doors and some miscellaneous material handling equipment. I have several patents related to this work. It must be obvious to you that I'm well qualified to propose this concept.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-09 - Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
The transportation concept described here emloys 20 passenger cars that can change lanes on an elevated track at 80 miles per hour. This permits an extraordinary improvement in public transportation, up to 70,000 passengers per hour per line. The book details the construction of the cars and the commuter system
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-04-17 - Publisher: Forge Books
Before the new nuclear power plant can be built, the power company must help the Navajo reclaim a long-unused uranium mine. The plan is to collapse the old shafts and refill the area with new soil, but the first explosions trigger unplanned subsidiary collapses. Ella Clah, attending the dedication and
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-01-23 - Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Have you ever wondered why it rains? The Wise Wind Spirit family is sad, and their tears are filling the sky with rain. The animals of the forest must gather together to make them happy once again. Meet the comical wolf, the sleepy bear, and the rest of the forest