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SkyTran High Speed Mag Lev Personal Rapid Transit System

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Episode Four:

SkyTran High Speed Mag Lev Personal Rapid Transit System

Ken Howard offers commentary on the Markets and informative research and annalysis of a new Super Trend, Graphene.

Graphene is a two dimensional material consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb or chicken wire structure. It is one million times thinner than a human hair, yet 300 times stronger than steel and 1,000 times more conductive than silicon. Electrical currents in graphene travel near the speed of light. Heat can also move in graphene very fast and it is the best thermal conductor that we have. Because it is only one atom thick, it is perfectly transparent and flexible. Graphen, will be the next, "Big"  Little thing.

It's a jam packed, exciting Episode, where Ken interviews Mr. John Cole, Chief Operating Officer of SkyTran Company, a Licensed spin off Technolgy developed at the NASA, Ames International Space Flight Headquarters in California. SkyTran' Business Plan, is to develop and buildout their PRT, which stands for, Personal Rapid Transport System, throughout the entire Planet. SkyTan, is a uni suspended high speed mag lev Transport Pod capable of carrying 2 - 4 individuals up to 300 mph.

Don't miss out, stick around, because, wrapping up the last hour, Ken interviews Mr. Paul Gill, CEO of Lomiko Metals, Inc. a Canadian company suppling Graphite/Graphene to the world. Paul Gill will give us the "Skinny" on Graphene, how it will literally revolutionize our world!

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