A long lost reader found the website again, and asked a question addressed long ago. Y'all might enjoy this again.
Reader comment/question: I was remembering an old channelling where you were talking about travel in the future using the gravitational pull and spin of the earth to move the ship/plane/vessel or perhaps it was magnetic force used 🤔...anyway that’s the one I wanted to reread for whatever reason. Something should pop out.
Answer: Much simpler than even that. Balloons which rise to the upper levels of Earth's atmosphere (upper stratosphere, specifically) much more easily avoid wind, there isn't enough air to even have wind.
Earth's atmosphere rotates along with the planet; if it didn't, just imagine the winds. The equator moves at 1,000 mph. Even halfway between the equator and the poles, the surface is moving at half that speed, 500 mph.
These "balloons" and passenger compartments will remain stationary and allow the planet to revolve underneath them. Developing technology for pressurizing them, rising and descending and most important, moving north and south, will make the procedure uncomplicated.
Here's an example of a long trip, Vancouver Canada across the Pacific to Melbourne, Australia. As the balloon rises, it is "pushed" along with the atmosphere and remains above its starting point, until the atmosphere thins out enough.
The distance is about 8,200 miles in a straight line, heading southwest. All the balloon has to do is move straight south 5,800 miles. Without air resistance, this is easily done with magnetism. In five hours and about 48 minutes, the Australia destination will pass right below. Commercial jets need more than 15 hours to make this trip. I have flown all the way across the Pacific a good half dozen times, and it's a long, long ride. ✈
The advantages are no fuel, turbulence, noise or crashes. The "balloon" will have to adjust its trajectory once it's high enough, but the ability to navigate with magnetism is technology that's coming just around the corner. Our ET visitor cousins will help us, as soon as we're listening. As soon as we overcome the mass freak-out. 👽😱😬👻🙈🙉
Just around the corner? In my lifetime?
Yes, but not commercially available in y/our lifetime(s). You & I will observe, as humans, the development of this process as a curiosity.
Can the TC clarify the anticipated window for balloon commercial travel? I wasn't sure if y/our lifetime meant all of us folks reading here? I was kinda hoping that I would get to experience this kind of travel in lieu of commercial aircraft's currently in use. I am also curious what would an expected ticket cost on a balloon compared to a flight today? How does transporting cargo work with the balloon? I assume cargo is an efficient means of travel using balloons based on this description, so does this mean mail and parcels will carry on but with this mode of transportation? I was wondering if the balloons also had any connection to how you once mentioned that whatever version of Amazon that does exist would in the future deliver using a drop method?
How many meters up until the atmosphere is no longer turning with the earth 🤔🤔
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