Monday, October 15, 2012

How to Go Into Space


THE BIG BRAIN reveals how to conduct your own space program and safely go into space, on a hobby shoestring budget and within a reasonable amount of time.

Shanghai: Tall skyscraper machines reach Next Space

There are several ways to get into space, either by telepresence or by physical attendance. Machines and equipment can serve as a proxy in space exploration. A telescope acts like a time machine bringing great distances in space and time closer to home. There are numerous techniques for actually going into space. It depends on what type of space we're considering traveling to.

The Big Brain has defined seven main types of space. Some space is explored by observation only, such as microscopic space. Other space can be explored by the injection of nano machines that can report back with their effectual behaviors. Micro Machines are built within the chip, for example, and can send back observations of the MicroCosmos.

Hong Kong: night aerial photo from atop skyscraper in Next Space

Powerful telescopes, like the Paradigmic Genius Telescope can explore Ultra Space, leading to the EOL Edge of the Universe Boundary of Space Time. Even though Exo Space and Quantum Space is unexplored, great opportunity exists to explore nano space and microscopic inner space, micro space, next space, near space, orbital and solar system space, and ultra space. The Big Brain has found fast, inexpensive, and somewhat ingenious ways to penetrate the mysteries of these cosmic domains.
Taiwan: Jet turbine engine for reaching Near Space
Special techniques, tools and crafts are required to penetrate into the depths of each space domain. Starting with the smallest, nano space is explored by the creation of nanoscopic sized nano machines that exist inside a Propeller chip. The tools to create these nano machines are made of software. Next, microscopic space is explored with the creation of the PMM or Paradigmic Molecular Microscope, built to function with cascading data that penetrate down to the size of molecular structures. Now enter micro space. This great educational domain of space is explored with rockets, helicopters, flying aircraft, gliders, tethers, balloons, kites, parachutes, propelled capsules, instruments and sensors, special forms of propulsion using pressure and forms of potential and kinetic energy. Don't forget, grand exploration can take place in Micro Space with the use of elevator machines, escalators, and mag lift transports that accelerate horizontally off the ground.
Taiwan: Futuristic machine travels through Micro Space
The realm of micro space is vast and can be explored in numerous ways, safely by exercising caution and common sense. Insects, or insectronauts can be launched and returned to the earth. G-forces are measured and 0-G is studied. Next up is next space. A human journey into next space can involve a very tall skyscraper. It's possible to go up 1,555-feet or 1/3rd mile, again, in a relatively safe manner. Many of the machines of micro space can penetrate into next space. While human flight is more defined in next space, it can also happen in micro space. Now enter the vast domain of near space, otherwise known as hobby space. Humans can get into near space most reliably and relatively safe by air travel with passenger jets. One popular method of exploring near space is with balloons that loft robots. All these space programs use methods of aerial imaging to collect data. Some spectacular aerial imaging results from using skyscraper "machines" to gain access to Next Space. Either a top floor accessed by elevator or direct observation points on top of the skyscraper by supervised permission is possible with all safety measures being implemented.

Taiwan: Mall escalators are instrumental in exploring Micro Space
Warning & Disclaimer: On top of skyscrapers, a brisk wind can treat a human like a light-weight sheet of paper and loft the person overboard! So do careful planning as the Big Brain recommends all exploration by window indoors.

Hong Kong: Modern magnetic levitation transports accelerate through Micro Space
Next up is solar system space, going up from orbital space. Orbital space has satellites which can be accessed and utilized. Telescopes become important to explore solar system space. One favorite method utilized by Big Brain is to link satellites together to form powerful machines in space for a new look at space and to create new methods for space exploration. For more information about this approach, see ULT, NULT and PGT.

NASA satellites located in Earth Orbit, Solar System Space, on moons and planets, and in Ultra Space, are paid for by American taxpayers who have free use
Finally, ultra space takes us to the edge of the universe with powerful telescopes like the ULT Ultra Large Telescope, the NULT New Ultra Large Telescope, and the PGT Paradigmic Genius Telescope. These telescopes can create imagery showing great discoveries in space and time. All photos (c) copyright humanoido unless otherwise noted.