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Computer Dudes roll out #solaroneballoon and #solaronedrone balloon to help fight global warming.

on 07 May 2024  Posted by CorpRattX  Category: Technology  Comments (2)

Yesterday on Social Media - LinkedIn - The Computer Dudes, Inc announced several new methods and technology to reduce heat in cities near the equator
or in any "hot zones" where the heat is killing people.

#solaroneballoon - A large, round, flat balloon that can be tethered to provide shade to an area.      Proof of Concept and the First Mylar Prototype Balloon have been ordered and will be in early next week.

#solaronedroneballoon - A drone guided Solar One Balloon.   The Drone can also be used to fly patterns or for "station keeping."

Computer Dudes around the world are working on this and other important issues for people, communities, States and Nations - around the clock.

You may want to follow Todd W. Byars and the two hashtags listed above on LinkedIn to get the fastest project updates.   

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  • Posted by Administrator on 03 Jun 2024
    Computer Dudes roll out #solaroneballoon and #solaronedrone balloon to help fight global warming.
    Comments: 2
    Project Research continues here in New Orleans. Some of the designs are working nicely.
    Now we are looking at which Trees can be planted in yards and gardens to reduce temperatures, filter air, and produce Oxygen.
    Todd thinks a #solaroneballoon or a #solaronedrone guided Balloons may add a couple of trees or other plants as part of the standard installation.
    T. Riker, New Orleans Station #computerdudes #research 2024
  • Posted by CorpRattX on 16 May 2024
    Computer Dudes roll out #solaroneballoon and #solaronedrone balloon to help fight global warming.
    Comments: 32
    Balloons for the Series 2 Testing arrived today at Tallahassee.

    We are working on Tethered Balloons and Large Round of Oval Balloons.
    Balloons are filled with Helium and often made of Mylar so there is no risk of fire as with Hydrogen filled balloons.


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Last Day in Boston - visited the Boston [Tea Party Museum which was excellent.

Photos posted on my LinkedIn account including me throwing an empty box of "Tea" overboard.

I should be back in Tallahassee soon.
Regards - Todd W. Byars

6 days ago
Boston. Met with Amazon Warehouse Robot Designer - discussed and shared live video from our modified Moorebot Scout E in Tallahassee, Florida - controlled through my phone including HD Video and Sound.
Toured USS Constitution Museum and Dockyard including the USS Cassin Young DD-793 WWII Destroyer. Photos to be posted on LinkedIn soon. :) Todd

1 week ago
At Sea, 250 miles North of Bermuda aboard the NCL Gem. Today is a Sea Day.
The guests and crew are all very nice and friendly. I hit the Library, had breakfast at the O'Sheehanan's Irish Pub. Piano playing in the Lounge and a DJ on the Pool Deck.
The weather is sunny and the North Atlantic is calm. Regards, Todd

2 weeks ago
Computer Dudes partners with a new local companies in Tallahassee on #solaroneballoon and #solaronedroneballoon project for building of recyclable solar shielding and shade.
Design reviews underway. :)T

2 weeks ago
Hot, Hot, Hot,,, and then Storms.
That is the weather here in New Orleans the last month. Todd has us continuing Computer Dudes research on Cooling Balloons, Plants and Trees.
Last thing: Hurricane Season started June 1st so please make sure you have water, food, and storm supplies. - T. Riker, Field Engineer, New Orleans

1 month ago
Computer Dudes - Tallahassee now has more drones than employees.

Water and Underwater Drones have been selected for purchase and testing.

Drones are better for practical applications and fun than for War.

1 month ago
Our #libraryforspace project now has 324 Books 217 Mb Uncompressed - 77 Mb Compressed. :) :) :)

Neither NASA nor the Library of Congress responded to our requests.

So we go around them and directly to the sources.

Being a former Teacher I am setting the library up with Old Books and New and also Textbooks for PreK-12 and College.
More Updates Soon. :)T

1 month ago
It has been a rough 7 days. Starting Last Friday 2 Major Storms hit Tallahassee, Florida.
Most of the area was without power for a couple of days.
Today I completed my storm cleanup and delivered the last of the emergency supplies to those on my list.
Everyone is safe and recovery had begun.
Thanks to all who helped, get some rest and family time when you can.
Regards - Todd W. Byars

1 month ago
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I just lost a nice post for this website when went to post it and the Internet blinked. Then the power blinked. Now its raining.
In 15 minutes the sun will be out again. Crazy Summer Weather!

1 month ago
Computer Dudes still online after nearby Tornado touchdown.
All Safe...

#solaronemonolith, #solaronedatacenter still online. Grid Power is Down.
No Worries. :)T

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