Yeah, I think this guy doesn't really get it.
Basically a lot of the slashdot commenters are saying stuff like "1Gpbs is about capacity, not speed per person," and this makes sense to me.
If I remember correctly, 4G can go up to something like 100Mbps. NO ONE is getting that speed, but that doesn't mean the 100Mbps figure is some sort of marketing hoax. The point is that each base station can carry up to 100Mbps total, divided up per user.
First, it has a range, at best, of 150 meters. If you're driving, that means, until 5G base stations are everywhere, you're going to be losing your high-speed signal a lot.
Uh, yeah dude. I don't think there's much of a chance of getting any sort of signal from a base station with 150m range while you're driving, even if they were literally everywhere. Handover from one station to another isn't trivial, and you think you're going to do that every ten seconds? Come on.
However if you're sharing a base station with 100 people in a train station, maybe you'll be glad to have 10Mbps to yourself instead of 1Mbps with 4G.