It takes five to six hours to drive the 380 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles, and more than an hour to fly. That’s not good enough for entrepreneur Elon Musk, who earlier this year proposed an idea for a new method of mass transit that he hopes will replace the railway system. The CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX says his idea, which he calls “Hyperloop,” can zip passengers from the City by the Bay to the City of Angels in a mere 20 minutes. Critics and skeptics claim Musk’s revolutionary vision is full of hot air. Musk …
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