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C Schwalbe

Fantastic engineering!~

Please teach the USA how to accomplish the same level of tecnology.

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Sorry, It is the fastest train on earth, the beautiful Maglev flies above the line induced by magnetism. So on rails, it is the fastest.
God, I love tech ....

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Bryan A

I aplaud! It's really refreshing to see so much and so many put toward achieving such technological feats and advancements, especially with new and alternative (electric) power sources.

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