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Preview for my new Shanghai MagLev DVD. I created this video and own the copyright on both the trailer and DVD. Any music is either created or licensed by me.
3 Jan 2008
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Shanghai Maglev levitation Train, world's fastest train, running from the city to Pudong International Airport. Costs 50 yuan or 80 yuan for executive class. 0 to 100 KMH: 40 seconds 0 to 431 KMH: 3 min 14 sec (Max Speed) Total Distance: 30 KM Total Ride Time: 7 min 25 sec. It runs every 10 minutes from Pudong Airport to downtown Shanghai. Actual top speed is 500 kmh (312 mph), but there is not enough distance between the two stations to reach top speed.
23 Feb 2009
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The Shanghai Maglev Train 1-1-2011 more clips at ******* 上海磁浮示范运营线 上海磁浮示範運營線; pinyin: Shànghǎi Cífú Shìfàn Yùnyíng Xiàn. The line runs from Longyang Road station in Pudong to Pudong International Airport
14 Jan 2011
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This animation illustrates the 300 mph 2nd generation superconducting maglev transport for passengers and freight that America should install alongside its Interstate Highways. It can be done with private equity once the system is certified as a public carrier. Learn more about this system at www.magneticglide****. Please send a message to President Obama about this great system.
17 Mar 2012
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A supermagnet cube floats between graphite disks. The cube is lifted by the ceramic magnet a few cm above, while the two carbon disks repel the cube, keeping it stable. This is the small physics toy sold by Dr. Martin Simon a few years ago (no longer avail.) A larger version is sold on Educational Innovations website. Or buy pyrolytic graphite wafers from *******scitoys****, and supermagnets from *******www.wondermagnet****
24 Sep 2008
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Simple educational experiment project kits for the Age 9+. The fastest trains use magnetism force, push, pull and levitate. Add one small motor could be continued running. Have fun with parents and friends
24 Dec 2009
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levetating spinning top using magnets
8 Jan 2007
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from Pudong airport to Longyangroad max speed is 431km/h
27 Jun 2008
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Shanghai Maglev
14 Jun 2007
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Website: *******MrEnergyCzar**** This is Peak Oil News for December 26th, 2012. I'm your host, MrEnergyCzar. We're covering Peak Oil, Renewable Energy, Electric Cars and everything in-between. The updated 2013 Nissan Leaf has been released in Japan. It's getting about a 10 mile electric range increase from about 73 to 83 miles. There will also be an entry level model of the Leaf which will be cheaper than previous models. More importantly, Nissan opened it's new battery plant in Tennessee. These American made lithium battery packs will go into the electric cars that will be made in the adjacent Nissan plant. The Leaf battery upgrade, however, does not include a liquid cooling system for the batteries. The military is researching the use of electric vehicles to provide energy security to military base micro grids. In conjunction with wind and solar, EV's can help stabilize a military bases power grid during disruptions. Hopefully this will reduce military casualties, as many soldiers have died while delivering diesel fuel across the battlefield to military bases. It is reported that up to $52 billion a year is spent on fossil fuel subsidies. A lot of the subsidy is in the form of free overseas military services, securing of pipelines and keeping the oil shipping lanes secure. Many people don't realize that American tax dollars pay for the oil flow security that all other oil importing nations benefit from at no cost to them. If you had the oil companies pay, for the free military services they receive, gas would cost well over $10 a gallon and you wouldn't need a Bush EV $7500 tax credit to help sell plug-in cars. Energy starved Japan has plans for a $100 billion 310 mph MAGLEV train for Toyko. It is expected to travel 160 miles in about 40 minutes. These are the types of mass transit systems we should have built in the United States many years ago. Instead, we drove our SUV's and let our railroads deteriorate as we ignored the conventional cheap oil peak. It will be difficult to build these rail systems in a contracting, no growth, post peak cheap oil economy. A $5 LED gravity powered light has been created. It will provide light for people in third world countries saving them from having to burn expensive Kerosene for lighting. The user lifts a weight attached to the lamp and pulls a rope for about 3 seconds. This will provide lighting for about half and hour. Sources/Links: Nissan Leaf article: *******insideevs****/nissan-officially-announces-2013-leaf-in-japan-more-range-less-money-new-functionality/ Nissan Leaf battery plant video: ******* Nissan Leaf driving video: ******* Military Grid Security article: *******www.tgdaily****/sustainability-features/67790-electric-vehicles-recruited-for-military-base-grid-security Fuel Convoy video: ******* IED video: ******* Fossil Fuel Subsidies article: *******priceofoil****/fossil-fuel-subsidies/ B-2 video: ******* Strait of Hormuz video: ******* Navy Ships video: ******* Bush Auto Loan Bailout video: ******* Maglev Train article: *******cleantechnica****/2012/11/30/blisteringly-powerful-310-mph-train-unleashed/ Maglev Train video: ******* Maglev Train video: ******* Hummer video: ******* Train Grave video: ******* Gravity Light article: *******cleantechnica****/2012/12/14/5-gravity-energy-storage-system-provides-free-led-lightning/ Gravity Light video: ******* Gravity Light video: *******vimeo****/53588182 Produced by: Dustin Salmons *******www.CDSalmons****
26 Dec 2012
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Amazing magnetic levitation train I boarded in SHanghai. It take a top speed of 431 km per hour and covers a distance of 40 kms in 10 minutes.
25 Apr 2007
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The Millennium Train is located in Shanghai China and is magnetic levitation train from Shanghai to the Airport. Reached a top speed of 431 km/h. The train banks on the corners to stay on the tracks. Very cool.
23 Nov 2007
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watch as i levitate a magnet with nothing but a ceramic disc, and liquid nitrogen
10 May 2008
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just be careful next time In rail transport, a train is a series of rail vehicles that move along guides to transport freight or passengers from one place to another. The guideway (permanent way) usually consists of conventional rail tracks, but might also be monorail or maglev. Propulsion for the train is provided by a separate locomotive, or from individual motors in self-propelled multiple units. Most trains are powered by diesel engines or by electricity supplied by trackside systems.A train can consist of a combination of one or more locomotives and attached railroad cars, or a self-propelled multiple unit (or occasionally a single powered coach, called a railcar). Trains can also be hauled by horses, pulled by a cable, or run downhill by gravity.Special kinds of trains running on corresponding special 'railways' are atmospheric railways, monorails, high-speed railways, Dinky Trains, maglev, rubber-tired underground, funicular and cog railways.
16 Aug 2007
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Russia has leaked an extremely ambitious 18 year plan to go back to the moon, set up ground stations on Mars and explore our solar system. Do you think they have what it takes to make it happen? Is this the beginning on a new space race? Or is all of this just talk that won't lead to anything? Leave your comments! We also look at the mini solid rocket booster test for the Space Launch System, MagLev to space, the damage long term space does to the human brain and eyes, SpaceX and more! If you would like to see the original links to all of these stories and more, check out our wiki at *******wiki.spacevidcast****/en/5.02
27 May 2013
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Top 10 fastest Trains in the world the worlds top 10 Fastest Trains in the World, Before going to this viedo please Like, Share, Subscribe No 03: TGV POS – The 2007 world record holder for the fastest conventional railed vehicle, the TGV POS reached speeds of up to 357 mph (574.5 km/h) No 02: JR-Maglev MLX01 – Holding the world record for land speed for rail vehicles with a top speed of 363 mph (584.1 km/h), The JR-Maglev MLX01 held onto this record for 12 years. No 01: SCMaglev L0 Series – The absolute fastest train to date, the SCMaglev L0 series has a top speed of 375 mph (603.5 km/h)
26 Feb 2019
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