There was recent discussion over the U.S. government’s proposed 20% cut to NIH funding. Perhaps this NIH funded project to build a prototype of the first total body PET scanner is a great example of how NIH fuels progress.
Okay, cabin may be an exaggeration. It’s really called a capsule or maybe a pod. Since it will travel at over 700 mph, presumably it will have to be austere to avoid safety hazards. Also, compared to subways, you have to wonder if people will be allowed to stand during 760 mph travel from point A to point B.
Not all rental car companies are advertising their spring 2017 one-way rental out of Florida deals — or at least I couldn’t find them all — but you can still check to see the rates. For example, go to Hertz.com and check out a reservation on a car from Tampa, FL (or some other airport in Florida) to Atlanta, GA (or some other airport up north of Florida). Try a 4 or 5 day period starting in mid-April. I found daily rates starting around $7.50 or so, though they still add on taxes and fees to bring it between $15-$20 per day. I didn’t check local Hertz car rental locations. If you can rent one way from those, you might be able to find a one-way in April without the airport fees.
Enterprise has posted one-way out of Florida rates for Spring 2017.
And Alamo too.
If you go, have fun!