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He was, and still is, by way of these lectures and his books, one of the most well known psychonauts in recent history (up there with Timothy Leary and Alexander Shulgin).He had insight into our collective experience as technological creatures, and predicted a future world of virtual reality and simulation.He passed away in 2000, but I wish he could have been here for the Oculus Rift.crack Cheltenhams luxury tour operator, Abercrombie & Kent, has launched its hot air balloon with the inaugural flight taking off from the historic gardens of Pittville Park, treating the 10 passengers to spectacular views of the Cotswolds as it flew towards Winchcombe, landing in a meadow near Stanway an hour later, flying at around 1,000 feet and a speed of eight knots.Abercrombie & Kent is sponsoring Tetbury-based operator, Ballooning in the Cotswolds Ltd, with the provision of the 12-passenger hot air balloon on a permanent basis to fly commercially from a number of sites in Gloucestershire.