4 MOST-Important Cool-Tech Things: Bezos’s $42M Clock, Tesla Lawsuit, SpaceX Starlink Test (LIVE STREAM) and Hyperloop

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Humanity is getting closer to outer space and improves various cool-tech things every day. However, some of the attempts aren’t as successful as it was expected.

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SpaceX to test Starlink

SpaceX planned to send two satellites to space to the spread the Internet around the planet. The companies Google and Fidelity have already interested in the project and attracted the investment of $2 billion.

Because of the bad weather, the launch for postponed for Thursday.

The authors of the project planned to send 12,000 satellites into orbit to cover our entire planet with the stable high-quality Internet.

See the live broadcast of the launch on YouTube starting around 9 a.m.

Elon Musk’s Hyperloop

Elon Musk recently received a permit to do some digging at 53 New York Avenue NE, The Washington Post stated.

Musk planned to build a high-speed hyperloop between New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and D.C.

This Hyperloop will let passengers move at very high speeds because of depressurized tubes and magnet-levitated pods.

hyperloop-pic

Source: Giphy

Bezos’s $42M clock

The building of the eternal mechanical clock has begun. Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon and Blue Origin, invested in the project $42 million of personal funds.

It is planned that this clock will be able to work out at least 10,000 years without human interference.

As Bezos noted in his tweet, the work of the clock mechanism is based on the thermal cycles of day and night and will be synchronized with the Sun at noon.

Tesla faces lawsuit

Adam Williams had been working in Tesla since 2011. The reason he left the company is that Williams tried to talk about the defected cars with his boss.

He, as a plaintiff, claims that he saw how the company hides from the customers the fact of various car defects before selling.

Everyone knows that the repair of Tesla is extremely expensive service.

You can read the lawsuit below:

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