Musk is Right

Dr. Hossenfelder, my fav presenter of difficult concepts, ably gives us both sides now until the end of this century. However, Elon Musk is right because of factors missed by Dr. Hossenfelder, namely the expansion of private space as described in The Space Trade Update. or on Nook and other online platforms and available in print on demand at Amazon.

Watch High Wind Balloon Launch

The whole ness requires coordination. In 2011, with wind gusting to 45 knots, JP tripped just at launch, and broke a rib. Notice the people sitting on the right hand side of the launch bag. Without them, the wind would have pushed the balloon to the right while inside the bag, making balloon release problematic and unpredictable.