It's been awhile since I've seen much movement on ET3....
I've always pondered the theories of transportation (especially the kind that can be done with super-efficiency in an environmentally conscious way), and I just want to reiterate that I find this to be one of the most brilliant ideas I've seen for a long time!
This thing needs to take off!
We need a short distance prototype to get this operational!
Start with the prototype, and then it's time to scale this baby!
As a new licensee, I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Josiah Tullis, born and raised in Portland, OR I'm a student of Industrial Design and Structual Engineering. I'm really passionate about creating a better hman experience through sustainable, automated infrastructures like ET3. I'm a POC for The Venus Project's Support Team and an ambassador of The Seasteading Institute. I love spreading cool ideas like those and ET3 and I'm eager to see them implemented.
Just keeping folks informed. All efforts are to get this system implemented in this world of ours.
We, Jack Panter, David Panter (Las Vegas) and Daryl Oster have organized an LLC in the state of Nevada named PANTERRA TRANSPORTATION, LLC., for the purpose of implementing the technology of ET3. It is available to any licensee who wants to use it for that purpose. If some body wants to give us a billion dollars, we can use this organization if needed.
Submitted by Graham Kaye-Eddie on Fri, 2011-04-15 12:15
The ET3 TEAM
We are a pro-active warrior-risk-taker-mover'n'shaker group of licensees.
We sweep away our nagging doubts based upon proven facts and figures. The organizational structure allows for the majority opinion of the licensees to succeed. It is far worse to be lazy than to be stupid.
Materializing ideas, building, quantifying and sharing added values for ET3 toward alternative ideas with each other - even if we are inclined to misinterpret our common goals, allows us as an interdisciplinary group to advance and evolve.
Submitted by Graham Kaye-Eddie on Thu, 2011-03-10 16:23
An extraordinary mobility technology, ET3 shows the ingenuity of modern 21st century man. The challenge of taking this great concept to fruition is one of the greatest challenges for human survival on earth. All living patterns are movement in motion as seen under the microscope or as observed in the heavens.
Submitted by Graham Kaye-Eddie on Thu, 2011-02-17 16:36
There is an insatiable drive in all humans to travel to and explore finding new things and experiences.
One has been numbed and dumbed down inside the envelope of the current Internet information revolution. The devices we buy, hold and use are offering a new way for people all over the world to lift themselves into the conversation of the 21st century.
Submitted by Graham Kaye-Eddie on Tue, 2011-02-08 23:24
The most effective way of satisfying our current concerns in “sustainability” is to acknowledge a quote by Daryl Oster “The solution to pollution is dilution”. Whereas “green” is the energy measured of the resources drawn from Nature through conversion to placement for utilization over a timed duration, otherwise known as “life-cycle costs”.