Continental Argentina

But for airships technology which we analyze its evolution since the beginning of our communications glimpse wide since possibilities than with the same costs of transport by agua(el medio de transporte de mas bajo costo) traction, moving at the speed of a helicoptero(el medio de transporte mas costoso), without the need of port facilities and dredging, as required by the navigation; and without the need for airports as required by the aircraft; Neither of Rails as required by the railway; Neither of paved roads, as required by the heavy trucking and fast buses. Watch the Argentine constellation of human settlements; their potential for public policy or business, family, or community activities of deconcentration, and bearing in mind that such a constellation was generated in a substantive way by rail. And also taking into account the process of dismantling of the railway via closure and lifting branches, we understand that in each branch or not operable railroad track currently, should be thinking about the airships technology attentive its growing user-friendliness and versatility (i.e. you can build and design an airship for each type of traffic). As we pointed out the disruptividad of the lighter than air technology, it is not confined to the transport but rather extends to telecommunications.

I.e. each airship at a cost significantly less can hold up to the technologies of communication and information, including the WI – FI, modality that is broadband, which uses the same form of cellular telephony. Although at the time caused the hilarity of a friend our applied biotechnology to horses, heavy-duty and lightweight materials type carbon fiber, plastic or aluminum, applied to the construction of carriages, can replace the tractors which are used in human settlements for the provision of certain public services of cleaning. And the list of alternative and creative possibilities are not exhausted. Thereon, with appropriate updates, continue disseminating initiative Jose Maria Sarobe presented in his book La Patagonia and its problems, in the sense of bringing Bactrian camels to Argentinian deserts, which is worth remembering constitute more than half of the surface of the Continental Argentina, given the versatility of this type of animals, which far outweigh, the benefits currently offered their South American equivalents: the flames.