Rail Sky Way – A new generation of transportation

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What is Skyway

SkyWay is the innovative technology of the “second level” and its infrastructure, developed by the Russian engineer Anatoliy Eduardovich Yunitsliy. The essence of the technology is moving “above the ground” of the speed rail vehicle on steel wheels on the pre-stressed, perfectly smooth steel track,fixed at the end of the anchor supports. Known before as string transport, the SkyWay technology was being developed for more than 38 years, received a number of the governmental rewards and UN grants. The full demonstration of the urban passenger and light transport is planned in autumn 2016, the high-speed and freight transport – in 2017; the first orders – in 2017-2018.

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Gepubliceerd op 30 jan. 2017

Video from Interesting Engineering channel. Just one note to subtitles – it is not unibus, but unibike.

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Published on 31 Jan 2017

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Can Russia Survive a Nuclear Attack? No Special Study is Needed to Say Yes, It Can

ANDREI AKULOV | 04.02.2017 | WORLD Can Russia Survive a Nuclear Attack? No Special Study is Needed to Say Yes, It Can According to Bloomberg, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the U.S. Strategic Command are working on a new evaluation of whether the Russian and Chinese leadership could survive a nuclear strike and keep […]

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FULL ARTICLE Benjamin Fulford 1-9-17… “Countdown to the new age begins as final cabal underground bases subdued”

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benjamin_fulford_in_canoe_147FULL weekly report from Ben.

One note about the Moscow Times “Putin will visit Antarctica” article, the date is shown as “Jan 28, 2013 — 23:00”. I’ve seen it posted all over FaceBook as if it were new. That article is not. However, when I asked Benjamin about that, he emailed me and said that the information he had received about Putin visiting Antarctica in January was from a direct source.

“The battle over the planet earth is coming to an end as the final Khazarian mafia underground bases and strongholds fall, White Dragon Society sources report… The big battle still to be concluded is the one over who exactly will be controlling the process of creating and distributing money, which is the real source of power on this planet.

“With a little over one week to go before the Trump presidency begins, it is a good time to take…

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China’s Maritime Power, Global Reach Expected to Increase — China’s Top Issues in 2017 — Peace and Freedom

. South China Sea nine.com.au staff January 02, 2017: China has displayed its aircraft carrier formation while performing blue sea training in the western Pacific. China ended 2016 by flexing its military might and conducting the country’s first “blue sea” training exercise in the western Pacific. “Blue sea” is a term used to describe a […]

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Good News and Bad News for China in the South China Sea — Peace and Freedom

Ralph Jennings , Forbes CONTRIBUTOR China and the Philippines have warmed to each other since President Rodrigo Duterte took office in Manila. In October the president of five months visited Beijing where China pledged $24 billion in aid and both agreed later to discuss how they might work together on a sticky maritime dispute. That dispute, […]

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Russia and the Philippines will hold talks on signing a defense cooperation agreement — Peace and Freedom

25 Nov, 2016 13:05 FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte attend a meeting on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit in Lima, Peru, November 19, 2016 © Mikhail Klimentyev / Reuters Russia and the Philippines will hold talks on signing a defense cooperation agreement, according to a […]

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Xi-Trump call sends positive signal


Global Times Published: 2016/11/14

Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President-elect Donald Trump spoke on the phone Monday. Xi pointed out during the phone conversation that “the facts prove that cooperation is the only correct choice for China and the US,” which was highlighted by headlines carried in many global media outlets. Xi also emphasized that there is an important opportunity and massive potential for China-US cooperation. According to Trump’s transition office, the president-elect and Xi “established a clear sense of mutual respect for one another,” and Trump stated that he believes the two leaders “will have one of the strongest relationships for both countries moving forward.”

This communication heralds an important step in the transition of Sino-US relations and is a good start for diplomatic contacts between the leaders of both sides. Based on media reports, the content of the phone call is diplomatically impeccable and has bolstered optimism over bilateral relations in the next four years.

This change in the US presidency is widely considered, especially among its allies, a signal that Washington’s foreign policy will become uncertain. Given that the make-up of Trump’s administration has not been established, Trump’s diplomatic policies have not yet been formed.

The outside world does not know much about Trump, other than he is a businessman and a presidential candidate, and  most knowledge about him comes from mainstream US media. However, the election result showed that those reports and descriptions about him are to a large extent twisted. The outside world must escape traditional information channels to understand Trump as president.

Over the past eight years, US President Barack Obama is generally believed to have been a moderate president. But he has been profoundly affected by the US elites’ traditional political mindset. His understanding of the world is mainly based on a Cold War mentality. Therefore, he accepted former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton’s diplomatic strategy – squeezing Russia’s strategic space while promoting the rebalance to the Asia-Pacific strategy, which is exemplified by a zero-sum mindset. All that has led to a number of contradictions in his foreign polices during the latter period of his presidency.

Trump is an inexperienced politician. His interests in governance are different from the previous president and his views on the world have not been kidnapped by Washington’s political elites. Coupled with the fact that he will incorporate business and grass-roots angles into the actual interests of the US, Trump is probably the very American leader who will make strides in reshaping major-power relations in a pragmatic manner.

The world has changed. The basic causes for the traditional political game among big powers either have disappeared or altered. For instance, military expansion, which used to be popular, is difficult to use today and war has become unacceptable to most countries. But in front of new forms of competition and threats, Washington, in the past eight years or longer, has been reluctant to advance with the times, and has been mired in outdated mentality and practices.

It seems that Trump is about to bring Americans’ attention back to economic development and social construction and make these fields the main emphasis of the work of the new government. By contrast, Obama claimed that the US must be the one to write the rules, but he lacked support from the US domestic economy as the whole world suffered from sluggish trade. All he could do was create turbulence in the global arena by using geopolitical tactics. If Trump wants to actually realize making the country great again, he has to focus on the economy, instead of making aircraft carriers and nuclear submarines as engines to drive the US economy.

Obama outlined his vision of a nuclear-weapons-free world in the early days of his presidency, but his idea has become little more than empty words as he failed to lead the US and West to get rid of their Cold War mentality. Trump’s experience and ideology match well with the new era. However, it is still uncertain how far he would go on the right path. Trump knows that he himself as well as the US are standing at a crossroads. It is hoped that he could bring real surprises