About 28 years ago I was priviledged to join with a group of decidely visionary people. Their goal was to make space exploration, travel, and commerce
a reality by foresaking the, then traditional (NASA) methods for achieving space, and focus on lower cost means.
Although life events have curtailed my direct physical involvement (OH! So that's
what a heart attack feels like! :lol
I still keep them,
mission in mind.
Rather than go into great detail here, I'll post the group's web-site address. You can visit the site at your leasure, if you are so inclined.
I would like to ask, in considerartion of all that your "contacts" have shown and communicated to you, in light of all that you have learned and
uncovered, all the documents you have recieved, recovered, perused and catalogued;
Is there anything, in all that vast store of data, that you can think of that might be of use to my friends toward reaching their goal?
-Perhaps some technology or research relating to vacuum cells, or other lighter-than-air vehicle applications?
-Perhaps a light-weight material that is immpereable to hydrogen and thus suitable for application as a dirigible's skin?
Much of what we are forced to work with has come either from our own research and experimentation; purchased a the high cost of time (trial and error)
and scroundged funds.... Or from long forgotten government documents, detailing programs now considered obsolete.
On the premise that every civilization that has reached Space must first have learned to fly (since one must learn to walk before they can run), I'm
hoping maybe for some insight into "how They did It
Thank you for any advice you might offer, any moment of your time.
Oh, and enjoy the show! (Something my cardiologist told me)