Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Genius Molecular Microscope GMM

Big Brain invents the GMM - Genius Molecular Microscope. The GMM is designed to substitute, supplement or permanently replace the Electron Microscope.
Creating GMM science was necessary to provide tools for the Nano Technology Program and development of Objects Inside the Chip. The GMM is the result of the Big Brain Microscopy Initiative.

The Genius Molecular Microscope was invented in September of 2012 by the Big Brain's Microscopy Initiative at Humanoido Labs and works by the cascation of processing data amplification to reach magnification levels exceeding one million times. GMM is designed as an easy to use and inexpensive way to view molecular structures, to work with and design machines within the chip, and to explore the effectual results of the nanoscopic world.

Features of the GMM include black & white imaging for the first version, color for the 2nd version. The Genius Molecular Microscope now includes features with a choice of color or B&W, a MAG Level Cascader to analytically achieve incremental amplification stages, ability to position the scrutiny subject in XYZ planes, and ability to magnify the subject a total of 1,638,400 times. (not all levels are shown in the photos) GMM has tools, Ride on Top Lensing, and can also provide presentation of multiple incrementally magnifying results in the same GMM VW view window.

MicroIMM image at molecular BW level
By the time the Big Brain began the Microscopy initiative, we knew it was about creating a new technology machine to view microscopic particles, Nano Machines and elements, and larger molecular matter, with thousands to millions of times amplification of imagery, and would entail a revolutionary new machine, perhaps one without parts or one like the GT or PGT Paradigmic Genuis Telescope. The PGT was not born overnight, as it was based on several other machines, the ULT Ultra Large Telescope, NULT New Ultra Large Telescope and GT Genius Telescope. Likewise, the GMM is based on the first microscope made in the Big Brain's Microscopy Initiative and previous projects. This is referred to as the first Microscopy Initiative Microscope or simply MicroIM.

The 1st Big Brain Analog Microscope
Back when our human brain was at a lower level, we thought the introduction of microscopes was indicated by a physical instrument. Indeed, the first Big Brain Lab Microscope for working with surface mount technology was created by an adaptive SONY imaging camera and a lensing system taking it to view and photograph with results of hundreds of times magnification.

We divide time into two special ranges; one of BE and one of AE. The magnitude of projects in the range of BE are good and innovative, of course, but the projects in the range of AE are simply revolutionary and often times beyond comprehension to some reviewers and almost always classified as AIT or Ahead of Its Time.

The GMM Genius Molecular Microscope is an electronic microscope unlike the Electron Microscope EM in that it does not have the same physical constructs. Yet it has many powerful features rivaling EM results. Many areas of the GMM functions without physical parts. It requires a very specific type of data for special processing. The subject is often transformed into pre-prepared-data (PPD). The GMM input is PPD. Processing takes place with the Big Brain Supercomputer. The action, by the GMM on the PPD is one of Cascation. In Cascation, for example, a 100X PPD is amplified electronically by repeating indicated multiples of two, from which the exponentiation can reach a count typically between 10 and 20. This creates viewing results of 100x2^10 - 100x2^20 X' where X' is the Resultant. The GMM can amplify the subject hundreds, thousands and millions of times. To achieve this high level, multiple programming is required in levels. Typical Resultants can produce image magnifications from 10,240 to above one million (10,485,760 for example). The Resultant is prepared for the VW and the settings parameters are recorded.

Propeller ELB Lens Booster
A special optional lensing parameter can be applied to any Resultant. The Electronic Lens will image the central portion of a Resultant causing a magnification boost. The Booster software comes from an extracted parasitic function of GIMP 2.8.3 under the GNU General Public License. In the above results, the ELB was not applied. ELB works well with large FOV. The ELB photo shown here is amplifying the central portion of one portion of a Propeller Cog inside the chip.

The system caveat lies in the PPD data. Data points must have the highest micrometric values within and not to exceed the limit imposed by the imaging exponentiation attainment. Further, when using the GMM, do not exceed the micrometric pixelar resolutions constrained by PPDs. This can be calculated by knowing the specifications of the PPD processes and the subject's micrometric dimensions.

Typical ranges work from a base and can be quickly amplified by the Doubler. Double technology is fast and efficient. If engaged ten times on a 200X baseline, the resultant is
200x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2= 204,800X
and with a 20 times Doubler
204,800x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2x2= 209,715,200X
A too large Doublation will result in empty magnification thus exceeding the limits.


BBMI - Big Brain Microscopy Initiative
GMM - Genius Molecular Microscope
MAG - Magnification
MicroIM - First Microscopy Initiative Microscope
BE - Time period before brain enhancement
AE - Time period after brain enhancement
PGT - Paradigmic Genius Telescope
GT - Genius Telescope
ULT - Utra Large Telescope
NULT - New Ultra Large Telescope
GMM VW - Genius Molecular Microscope View Window

RIDE ON TOP LENSING - Post Supplemental electronic magnifier
POST LENSING - MAG added after the scrutiny subject is magnified
MAG - Magnification
ROTL - Ride on top electronic lens
AIT - Ahead of its time
PPD - Pre prepared data for the GMM
CASCATION - the action of GMM in working with PPD
SCRUTINY SUBJECT - Object viewed with GMM
EM - Electron Microscope
PIXELAR - Breadth dimensional of one pixel
MICROMETRIC - Microscopic dimensions or elemental number
ELB - Electronic lens booster to amplify resultant
FOV - Field of view
VW - View Window
PIXELAR - Attainment of pixel dimensional qualities 
DOUBLER - Doubles the image by a number of cascaded X

According to Wikipedia, an electron microscope uses a beam of electrons to illuminate a specimen and produce a magnified image. An electron microscope (EM) has greater resolving power than a light-powered optical microscope because electrons have wavelengths about 100,000 times shorter than visible light (photons) . They can achieve better than 50 pm resolution and magnifications of up to about 10,000,000x whereas ordinary, non-confocal light microscopes are limited by diffraction to about 200 nm resolution and useful magnifications below 2000x. The electron microscope uses electrostatic and electromagnetic "lenses" to control the electron beam and focus it to form an image. These lenses are analogous to but different from the glass lenses of an optical microscope that form a magnified image by focusing light on or through the specimen. Electron microscopes are used to observe a wide range of biological and inorganic specimens including microorganisms, cells, large molecules, biopsy samples, metals, and crystals. Industrially, the electron microscope is often used for quality control and failure analysis.

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