Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Power Telescopes & Extreme Machines Book

The story of how one book and sixteen power telescopes changed the world.

Humanoido has completed the book of Power Telescopes and Extreme Machine inventions.

Three years in the making, this 127 page book summarizes and records Humanoido’s technology inventions, scientific historical developments and many of the discoveries made, with images, as a point of reference for documentation in United Humanoido Laboratories UHL.

Second Edition Book Cover

During the PTI Power Telescope Initiative, a three year period from February 2012 through May 2015, sixteen powerful new telescopes and approximately sixteen extreme machines were constructed and put into operation above the Earth.

By May 1st, 2015, the project was complete with telescope number 16, the
Symbiotic Symbiosis Telescope SST. Humanoido's telescope companies were merged with Space1 in 2014 to rapidly advance space tourism. Space1 venture was founded to develop the Safety Rocket and take tourists into space.

A Big Brain supercomputer with 240,000 processors was enabled and configured to operate the Power Telescope series.

How did these telescopes originate? Conventional telescope technology had reached an impass. While stationed in Taiwan, 8,000 miles from the USA laboratory, humanoido was determined to make the worlds largest and most powerful telescope.

However, four main obstacles existed.

1) It would take 10 years to build
2) It needed a million dollars in cost
3) There was no place to keep a massively large telescope
4) Rainy humid overcast weather prevailed resulting in poor seeing conditions unsuitable for any massively large telescope.

By some ironic nature, where special events are best described in another book, humanoido sat down one evening and invented the Power Telescope.

Humanoido had located glass to grind and polish the primary objective of a conventional telescope. The glass was 72 inches in diameter and would be useful in creating a large amateur telescope. However, would this give the new breakthroughs desired in the science of the universe?

The PT Power Telescope was over ten times larger than the 72-incher, and larger than the largest optical telescope ever previously created in the world. The first PT was initially about one thousand inches in diameter. By comparison, the Earth-based Gran Telescopio Canarias built from 2006 through 2009, located on the Canary Islands, was only about 400 inches.

The development of PTs did not stop at the first one. Increasingly larger and larger iameters were created, exceeding thousands of miles in aperture. This became a continuing revelation, for example: one telescope is equal in aperture to the width of the Solar System, and others following that approached Universe sizes.

Perhaps the best performance telescopes in the Power Series are those with different power mechanisms that drive the telescope in ways previously unknown to telescopes and astronomical observing. These operate with different astrophysics, such as interpolation, extrapolation, gravatomics, moleculars, inference, symbiosis, power dynamics, gargantuans, paradigmics, and genius methodology.

The telescope satisfied the original four objectives criteria list. It immediately became the world’s largest telescope, was built and assembled in a single evening, was parked in outer space with plenty of room available, was located high above the degrading effects of Earth’s atmospheric resulting in perfect seeing conditions in the vacuum of space, and it was created from special cache of parts in space worth trillions of dollars, free for the taking by a special partnership.

After the first telescope, more inventions of space and time, including the Extreme Machine series, allowed for the creation of more Power Telescopes.

These machines were designed with compatibly in mind, using a special pipe mount interface for each extreme machine to fit to the power telescopes. Another paramount feature is the compatible evolved Boiler Plate that handles the output.

Overall, the book describes many fantastic discoveries and visions made with the telescopes and shows remarkable discovery photos. Many photos presented are First Light telescope photos showing the remarkable performance achieved.

It was not uncommon to point a telescope at an empty hole in the sky and see billions of objects suddenly appear...

Space1 Links

Symbiotic Symbiosis Telescope SST

Big Brain Supercomputer