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Greetings in the Sun-day ...

     And ... I know some secrets ... for inter-planetary travels ... not Astral (with the Mind ...) but with Vehicles ... consider Theoretical if you prefer.

     One type of travel ... have all the Fuel ... inside the ship ... like today is for the car, or the Air-plane ... The fuel is inside the vehicle.

     There are another type of ships that get the fuel ... from outside fonts ... may be the Moon ... or the Sun ... or some other sources that appear on the travel.

      ... Now ... those who copy ... Tesla ... or have copied belong to the second type of persons ... they do nothing else that "catch" ideas from other persons ... May be they do not have their own ideas and so ... they live their lives.

     In fact ... The Atomic Bomb ... was an invention ... proposed by Prof. Albert Einstein ... writing a letter to President Roosevelt (he wrote many letters).

     

        (remove the "s_" from the picture name ... to have an enlarged version ... and you will read ... August 2, 1939)

        Now ... in July 1919 ... another Genius ... Nikola Tesla wrote about ... "3 Hours Life" ... from New York-London.

        We can read in ...

      (and also on "Tesla said" book ...)

      The following words ...

July, 1919, pp. 196-198

NIKOLA TESLA TELLS HOW WE MAY FLY EIGHT MILES HIGH AT 1,000 MILES AN HOUR - by Nikola Tesla

 

In an interview with Frederick M. Kerby.

As the inventor of the alternating current, the world is indebted to Mr, Tesla for the use of electricity carried long distances. He now discusses the probability that airplanes will rise to great heights and travel at speeds that seem incredible, This article is written, in part by Mr, Tesla himself. The rest is written from stenographic notes. It gives, very likely, a glimpse of the immediate future.

Sitting in his office on the twenty-fifth floor of the Woolworth Tower, Mr. J. Pierpont Jones, American business man, will one day glance at his watch and discover it is 3 o'clock in the afternoon.

"By George," he will say, buzzing for his secretary, "If I don't hurry I'll be late for that dinner engagement at the Savoy!" And as his secretary answers the buzzer:

"Charles, when does the next London bus leave?"
"Three-thirty, sir," says Charles. "You can make it if you hurry. The car is waiting."
And fifteen minutes later Mr. J. Pierpont Jones will emerge from the elevator on the aeronautic landing stage of lower Manhattan, climb into the hermetically sealed steel fuselage of the New York-London Limited, which will rise promptly at 3:30 p. m. At seven that night he will climb out of his compartment on the landing stage on the Thames Embankment, and descend to meet his friend for dinner.

The three-hour aeroplane trip from New York to London, flying above the storm level at eight miles above the earth's surface is the possibility of the immediate future.

This is not my own prediction. It is the result of sixteen pages of close calculations in higher mathematics made by Nikola Tesla, to test and check up other pages of intricate calculations made by Samuel D. Mott, charter member of the Aero Club of America.

 ... Therefore ... NY-London (or London-NY) takes 3 hours ... fly.

  This Distance is: 3,459 mi

   Generally today ... normal Airline Companies takes 8 hr and 15 minutes ...

   ... Now ... 3459/3 miles/h to mach is 1.502.

   This means that do not is a travel at 2.00 Mach ... but have a speed which media is 1.5 Mach = 1153 Miles/hour = 1855.574.

   I, Giovanni=John=Juan ... am not in conditions to ... take a car ... fly my personal airplane and produce new data. Not yet.

   I am for now theoretical ... also because I have not a Pilot license.

   If you want to know more about the Concorde ... You can purchase this Double DVD ...

    The Concorde was a fruit of design ... between England and France.

    In fact ... in the Museum of Design in London you can find ...

Capacity: 100 passengers and 2.5 tonnes of cargo.
Seating: 100 seats, 40 in the front cabin and 60 in the rear cabin.
Range: 4,143 miles (6,667 kms).
Engines: Four Rolls-Royce/SNECMA Olympus 593s, each producing 38,000lbs of thrust with reheat.
Takeoff Speed: 250mph (400kph)
Cruising Speed: 1,350mph (2,160kph/Mach Two) up to 60,000 ft.
Landing Speed: 187mph (300kph).
 
Length: 203ft 9ins (62.1m).
Wingspan: 83ft 8ins (25.5m).
Height: 37ft 1in (11.3m).
Fuselage Width: 9ft 6ins (2.9m)
Fuel Capacity: 26,286 Imperial gallons (119,500 litres).
Fuel Consumption: 5,638 Imperial gallons (25,629 litres) per hour.
Maximum take-off weight: 408,000lbs (185 tonnes).
Landing Gear: Eight main wheels, two nose wheels.
Flight crew: Two pilots, one flight engineer.
Cabin Crew: Six
First commercial flight: London Heathrow to Bahrain, BA300 on 21 January 1976 (Captain Norman Todd)
Last commercial flight: New York JFK to London Heathrow, BA2 on 24 October 2003 (Captain Mike Bannister)
... Are you ready for ... Concorde 2.0? ...
Thanks,
Dr. Giovanni A. Orlando.
PS. The reasons the Concorde was removed ... were because ... High costs of Fuel.
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