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A potential air tube transportation system may one day soon make the journey between Los Angeles and San Francisco in 35 minutes. Great for passengers for convenience and tickets may be as low as $30 each way.

It could be terrible news for never-ending-price-hiking airlines. Even more painful to oil companies is that Hyperloop will operate on economical solar power and compressed air. If cartel monopolies think the current drop in oil prices is crimping their regal lifestyle, the new power sources could have them sweating their burnooses off.

More good news for passengers, the system will operate from downtown stations, making it much more convenient than need to land travel from isolated airports. If interested in the Hyperloop project, go to JumpStartFund.com For additional info, go to losangeles.cbslocal.com/2014/12/17/la-to-san-fran

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