Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Space1 Technology Star Ship Effect

Exampling transform of technology
Space1 has surpassed itself in the design and invention of technology. The technology star ship effect can be described like this: culture invents a star ship and sends it out on a mission. But during the time span of that mission, a newer star ship is created with greater technology, and is also sent out, whereupon it catches up to the original ship and surpasses it.

Space1 has reached this same nodal point in the development of new technology. The design includes a way to quantize the matter stream and send it into space through beaming. It's this matter stream that has another science added to it, that of storing and programming matter which is critically important to the mission. Most remarkable is the testing that has been performed to show matter data can be compressed and sent along with the space time stream. If the face value of these cards is correct, it too will change the future of space flight, and how people travel into space.

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Monday, May 23, 2016

Space1 Tiny Space Shuttle

Space1 continues preparation towards the launch of a tiny space shuttle, large enough to transport equipment and personnel into space, and small enough to be flown back to the Earth, recovered and reused.

The space plane is designed to be flown with or without a pilot. The shuttle is ideal in supplementing Space1's objective for space tourism.

This year, the Space1 fleet now expands to two developed shuttles and scheduled tests at the USA Spaceport.

The shuttle is a space plane and part of a rocket system to loft the plane into space whereupon the craft will reenter upon mission completion for the trip home. It remains to be seen exactly how many space tourist will ride inside the space plane.

The powerful engine is contained inside the rocket system, making the space plane extremely light and ideal for lofting and gliding. The plane uses NWM, Near Weightless Material, which is machined to conformity.

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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Space1 Penguin Robot Brains

Penguin robots and web page developed by Humanoido
Penguin Robot brain for space applications
Back in the day of Penguin robots, I designed a tech magazine all about Penguin robots and published four issues. I experimented with Penguin robots for years, developing new software, interfacing hardware, and creating new applications. Today, the Penguin has a new use - its brain has been surgically removed for space teleportation applications.

The lightweight single board tiny brain is ideal for sending into space, with a few modifications. First, the tiny brain can run on very small batteries, reducing the weight of the thinking payload for rocket launches.

The array of sensors on the brain board are ideal for space exploration, and include ports for smaller servo control or other robotics controls, sound,
infrared and stereo optical light sensing, stereo infrared transmitter, compass and of course thinking.

Based on the Parallax BS2px microcontroller, the small brain is ideal for space exploration. Sales of Penguin robots are discontinued but they frequently appear for auction on Ebay. - Humanoido

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Space1 Alien Presence

BSS and M.O.M. combine to form one massive alien brain intelligence - Humanoido
Space1 utilizes an alien presence of intelligent big brain machines to forge new pathways towards deep space and open up the frontiers of space tourism. Alien presence, of the man-made variety, can take many forms. Here we see the BIG BRAIN, a vast machine intelligence with 240,000 computing processors, invented and built over a decade by Humanoido, and a large robotics intelligence created by Tao Xiangli. Both Humanoido and Xiangli worked in Beijing China on their creations. Humanoido invented and built hundreds of brains .
Wiring of the Big Brain machine intelligence led to the founding of Space1 - Humanoido
Tao Xiangli of Beijing China demonstrates his alien appearance robot - Tao Xiangli
This includes the Big Brain, BSS and the Master Offloader Machine. The M.O.M. combined the latter two big brains into one massive machine. The Big Brain machine life form led to the development and founding of Space1.

Humanoido is the founder of Space1 and has applied his invented big machine brains to the exploration of space and space tourism in unique new ways. Humanoido wrote the book on Basic Stamp Supercomputers. A free copy of the US$49.95 book is available at the source below.


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Monday, May 16, 2016

Space1 Spring Update

Rocket parts delivery to jungle locations is not an easy task
The Space1 move to the USA is complete and the entire cache of new rocket parts are now transferred. Recapping, numerous orders were placed for rocket parts overseas and the delivery was discombobulated over time. The most recent order was delayed by the parts company stating the items were not available and could not be shipped, and that available parts only would be shipped. However, all parts were shipped and received. The most recent deliveries needed to be repackaged and reshipped from the overseas rocket laboratory location to the new USA laboratory location. These parts arrived yesterday.

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