Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Adjunctive Era

The Adjunctive Era is the time span in which massive Adjunctive Telescopes are developed, such as the ULT, NULT, GT, PGT and the PGT-ET. These telescope have the Adjunctive Design and are capable of being in two places at one time. ADJ scopes are credited to cooperation with the Big Brain Initiative, Deep Space Center, Ultra Space Administration, NASA, and Humanoido.

Adjunctive Telescopes use the Big Brain Supercomputer and anywhere from one to n-number of Adjuncts. The first Adjunctive Telescope was the ULT or Ultra Large Telescope. It used only one Adjunctive. The current PGT-ET is the most powerful and sophisticated Adjunctive telescope in the series, sporting a new design inclusive of molecular, quantum and other sophisticated devices. It can handle n-number of Adjuncts.

An era is a commonly used word for long period of time. When used in science, for example geology, eras denote clearly defined periods of time of arbitrary but well defined length, such as for example the Mesozoic Era from 252 Ma–66 Ma, delimited by a start event and an end event. When used in social history, eras may for example denote a period of some monarch's reign. In colloquial language, eras denote longer spans of time, before and after which the practices or fashions change to a significant degree.  

Currently there are nineteen eras defined. The Adjunctive Era has remained in effect since the time of the ULT Telescope.

A List of Big Brain Machine Era

  1. Precursor Machines
  2. Design
  3. Construction
  4. Growth
  5. Programming
  6. Life
  7. Assimilation
  8. Projects
  9. Programming Languages
  10. Control
  11. Exploration 
  12. Supercomputer 
  13. Human Brain Enhancement
  14. SuperTronic 
  15. Inner Space 
  16. Transposition
  17. Quantum Worlds 
  18. Thought 
  19. Adjunctive 
A Mini Guide to Adjunctive Telescopes