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Airships to transport cargo above the clouds

Airships to transport cargo above the clouds

(2:03) American airship manufacturer Aeros is building a blimp-like cargo vehicle capable of transporting massive loads. An airship capable of lifting 500 tons is on the drawing board.

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Guest: caterhamnut (2619 days ago)
and what about the fact that we are running out of helium? Waaaaay sooner than oil.
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and what about the fact that we are running out of helium? Waaaaay sooner than oil.
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Guest: Dafuuuuuq (2619 days ago)
Yeah because nobody tried to lift cargo with airships.....
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Yeah because nobody tried to lift cargo with airships.....
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Guest: gasman (2619 days ago)
Helium, Its not free and theres not much left. Nice idea but flawed from the start
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Helium, Its not free and theres not much left. Nice idea but flawed from the start
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Guest: (2619 days ago)
it's the second most abundant material in the universe
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it's the second most abundant material in the universe
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (2619 days ago)
True, but it is rare on Earth. There's loads in the sun and in gas giants like Jupiter and Saturn. Helium is a non-renewable resource that apparently will run out in 25 - 30 years. LINK
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True, but it is rare on Earth. There's loads in the sun and in gas giants like Jupiter and Saturn. Helium is a non-renewable resource that apparently will run out in 25 - 30 years. LINK
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Guest: johnny f (2619 days ago)
i've gots loads of methane, will that do ?
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i've gots loads of methane, will that do ?
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Guest: thisnamewasfree (2618 days ago)
Latest comment: No luck before: LINK
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Latest comment: No luck before: LINK
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