Non-stop train

A demonstration of a technique that allows passengers to get on and off a train, while the train continues on track at normal speed.

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+3 1. Kosmology commented 12 years ago

Would kill all the passengers if it did, still a pretty cool idea in that place where every second counts... Lol Japan has the craziest ideas!
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+1 2. andyjk10 commented 12 years ago

i agree #1 but it is a very good idea though and nice i love it everything goes quick, nice one
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+10 3. Shak commented 12 years ago

Interesting idea by the Chinese. Not the Japanese
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+6 4. gr0men commented 12 years ago

yep thats chinese.
Japanese has more K's and T's less X's
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+2 5. cannnobaL commented 12 years ago

Our world is too quick already. We're all too 'extraordinary'

We dont spend time to take care of ourselves, we dont spend time taking care of our relationships.
All we do is run run run, faster faster, fast breakfast, fast bus, fast pace to the workplace, fast food (lunch), fast drive home, fast shower (you want to leave more time to sit in the sopha)...

Human race = dinosaur race = what happened to dinosours, when they became extraordinary ?
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-3 6. andreitaker commented 12 years ago

scary innovation
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+2 7. zerorain commented 12 years ago

as you can see theres at least a 100ft to gain speed but thats still pretty'll save 10seconds ever least in hong kong...
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-5 8. murdoc commented 12 years ago

stupid invention!!!
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0 9. Gestalt63 commented 12 years ago

And what if there's more people want to disembark at a station than can be accommodated by the "shuttle"? Doh!
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-2 10. Gestalt63 commented 12 years ago

And what if there's more people want to disembark at a station than can be accommodated by the "shuttle"? Doh!
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+8 11. stianbl commented 12 years ago

Well, the main point of this I think will be to save all the energy it takes to accelerate a train like that. It's much more easy to just let it keep the same speed all the way, instead of stopping and accelerating on each and every stop. And, if theres a lot of stops, this would actually save a lot of time too, and not only "10 sec", as it saves the time it takes to stop and accelerate too.

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+1 12. Mooz commented 12 years ago

:| So hopefully Taiwan doesn't have the same problem as in Japan?
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+2 13. moskwiz commented 12 years ago

I agree with stianbl @ no.13
Energy efficiency =)
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-2 14. weastlak commented 12 years ago

So I'm assuming the people in the last train are getting off at that station... What if the people at the last train don't want to get off at that stop, do they move to the front? Good idea, but needs work.
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-1 15. Noureddin commented 12 years ago

Time is more valuable then almost everything else. But, Still quite lazy to simply not to stop the train.
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-3 16. krazeeeyez commented 12 years ago

how do you get off the train
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-6 17. 94otto commented 12 years ago

japs, what would we do without them???