The government has admitted that Area 51 does exist. It was a well-kept secret that everyone knew about and many TV shows talked about. It just shows that there are no government secrets. If you think so, consider what Snowden did, the atomic bomb scandal, and JFK’s affairs. The government can’t keep a secret. It’s an oxymoron.
Elon Musk, co-founder of PayPal and Tesla Motors, revealed details about Hyperloop, giant vacuum-like tubes and an air-bearing suspension system, that could carry passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in 35 minutes, a 350-mile trip. Musk has ideas for a similar system from New York to
Los Angeles that would take 45 minutes.
I thought that was interesting since I wrote about such a system in my novel, The Clone Murders. The Clone Murders takes place in 2031 when science perfected the cloning of humans. All seems to
be going well until one of the clones turns up dead from exposure to anthrax. Senator Steve Morgan calls on his campaign manager, Cas Novak and his niece, Robbi Kelly, to investigate. Cas
and Robbi live in California so they take the high-speed train called the LANY (LA to NY) It takes them three hours, much more than Musk’s proposal. What Cas uncovers is the greatest terrorist threat to national security in decades or, at least, since Snowden. The Clone Murders is available at http://smashwords.com/b/160136.