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Using High Altitude Blimp Cell Phone Communication


By allowing high altitude Satellite Type Balloons or Blimps with Cell Phone type communications we could have a tremendous secondary back-up for communication. Also we could use this high altitude blimp to send out frequencies good for health, such as the Earth's frequency of 7.89 Hz to help the human and animal kingdom biological immune system. In addition to this we know that Stealth Aircraft when traveling thru cell phone communications field will show up as anomalies on a scope tuned to those frequencies used. We can use these anomalies to track enemy stealth aircraft within these anomalies in the field of communication. If you are a believer in UFOs, well you can track them too. So you can track UFOs, Stealth or track ICBM from above to insure proper quadrangulation to intercept with a kill projectile.

Currently micro satellite formations, AWACS and Spy Satellites are able to do this, but the communication back to Earth since they are so high is delayed a half a second and that makes the data irrelevant for a fast moving object such as a missile on its way in. You know it is there but the data coming in is late and will cause you to miss the object if you intended to shoot it down. Obviously not a UFO, no one wants to piss off a more technological co-inhabitant of our planet. We are talking about a human made ICBM shot at you with the intent to inflict high casualties using WMD.

This concept is available now and would indeed save billions in Cell Towers across the landscape. It is a win/win for the telecom industry, National Security and Health Care. Also of mention would be that the fewer satellites launched the better for the Ozone Layer as well as saving billions in additional launches, which have high failure rates. It takes a lot of energy to leave the atmosphere; we can conserve this energy by floating blimps up high and save the wear and tear from the solar radiation and solar flares.

A nonlinear approach is necessary to protecting the flows of our civilization while enhancing and improving the efficiencies of our current communication, security and health care systems. Killing many birds with one stone makes sense if we are to balance the budget, protect our citizenry and continue with the forward progress of mankind. Think about it.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs


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