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Regional airports vs international airports.
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Post: #16
RE: Regional airports vs international airports.
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Post: #17
RE: Regional airports vs international airports.
Travel assistant  Wrote: (09-11-2019 01:17 AM)
When walking on the tarmac at a regional airport I can smell the combusted kerosene.
Yet at international ones with bigger jets I do not smell it .
Great big jets and jet engines ?

Better infrastructure and air filtration at the big airports.
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Post: #18
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When I lived in a high-rise in a large city (on the top floor) there was a regional airport just across the nearby river that I didn't like. I liked watching the private jets come and go from my living room soda. They would fly by at eye level a few blocks away. I didn't like the national guard station at that airport. They had some kind of powerful radar that swung around every so many seconds. I don't recall the exact time internal, maybe every 10 or 20 seconds or something like that. It was above 6 GHz and coming through the windows at 10 watts peek. It was a brief exposure, less than a second. I couldn't measure the exact frequency, I had nothing over 6 GHz capability to check that with (and I still don't). But I could detect it and measure signal strength. It was not detectable through the walls, just through the windows. I spent $600 for RF shielding curtains to block the signal through the windows in my bedroom. I could see the radar antenna from my bed. It can't be good being zapped with probably a 300+ millisecond RF wave burst a few times every minute at 10 watts in probably the 9 GHz spectrum all night long while remaining stationary and asleep .. exposing the same area of your body repeatedly over and over. Maybe I was just being paranoid? Honestly, I didn't know if there were any risks or not, but I decided to mitigate any worries by getting those curtains. They also protected me from other microwave emissions I detected at that altitude. Once while I was living there, they had some kind of military practice and they flew fighter jets low over streets through the city between higher buildings. It was insane. I watched it from my balcony and had to look down to see them go by. I thought it insane they would take such risks just for a practice exercise. Helicopters were everywhere too. One paused by my balcony and I got some pretty good pictures. I got a couple pictures of the jets go by below before it got to dark. They started their exercise about the time taking pictures became difficult because of the low light and the high speed of the jets. The other guy on my floor was a private charter pilot. He flew out of that airport. He was gone often. He offered to fly me anywhere he had to go to pick up a client passenger, but I couldn't fly with his passenger anywhere after that. He got transferred by the charter company he worked for to Los Angeles before I could take him up on his offer.
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Post: #19
RE: Regional airports vs international airports.
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Post: #20
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Ok here it is .Free energy is not a concept or buried knowledge .It is here and now.from jets that combust super compressed atmospheric air to electrical grids pulling electricity out of the ether .
If you watch jets being refuelled actual pumping duration is very short for such large jets.
Do the logical and spatial math yourself!
There should be fleets of vehicles fuelling up jets at large airports .
All I have ever seen is a few making perfunctory stops.
One big Potemkin village.
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Post: #21
RE: Regional airports vs international airports.
I think the very largest airports have refueling pipelines and the smaller airports have refueling trucks...

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Post: #22
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Better infrastructure and filters .Damm I love the educated response. I was talking about on the tarmac,never seen any filters on the back side of the jet engines.
And how does better infrastructure get rid of the fumes?

If I am that crazy it should be simple for someone to debunk my hypothesis.
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Post: #23
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Thanks SS With inground fuelling you still need a fleet of hose trucks ,much smaller and you should still be able to see lots of them refuelling most of the jets.
We see what we Are expecting and programmed to see .

Hidden in plane sight.
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Post: #24
RE: Regional airports vs international airports.
Travel assistant  Wrote: (09-11-2019 07:03 AM)
Here's a quick one a Harrier jump jet uses 1400 litres per minute in full down thrust mode ,that is the equivalent of 6 45 gal drums eh.
Now look at a picture of said jet subtract the volume of engines ,landing gear , cockpit,armenents etc and you barely have enough room for those 6 drums.

Do the spatial math.

"Do the math"

Let's see how sh*t at maths you are.

Here are the details of the Pegasus engine.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rolls-Ro...sus_11-61)

Maximum thrust: 23,800 lb

Specific fuel consumption: 0.76 lb/lbf-hr

Maximum consumption per hour: 18,088 lbs of fuel ( if it could maintain max thrust for 1 hr )

Maximum consumption per minute: 301 lb or 136kg

136 kg of jet fuel is 169 litres

So you overestimated the volume by a factor of more than 8.
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