Sunday, November 22, 2015

Space1 Modified Hadron Collider

When it comes to decoding and unraveling the elements and details of the Quantum Universe, using a specially modified Hadron type collider is essential. Here we demystify various components of the particle collider and illustrate various aspects of its design.

The modification involved in the Space1 Dynamic Quantum Particle Accelerator deals specifically with bonus observations of particle collision results before the collision happens according to the Quantumverse.

Hadron PHOS

Hadron configures to look for parallel universes and create mini black holes

The Space1 Dynamic Quantum Particle Accelerator is increased in power yet scaled in physical size to fit a region of less than 17 miles. Modifications may be published in the future.

Space1 Quantum Lab


Large Hadron Collider Unveiled

Particle Detection Models

Parallel Universe 

Large Hadron Collider Research 

Repository for technical assembly manuals

Space1 Update November 2015

Recognizing a revolution of change, by President John F. Kennedy

I can't believe how fast things are now moving here in Asia with Space1 technology. Since our return from the United States, where USA weather was uncooperative for pending space launches over five months, things have picked up to a rate of rapid acceleration. Not just here at our labs, but for NASA partner as well.

I just heard from NASA that Mars reaches 90 degrees during the summers. Previously it was thought that Mars reached 70 and prior to that it was barely reaching 60. That's definitely a game changer for Space1 tourism in the future. Plus a planet is discovered made of pure diamond and there's water on the surface of Mars. A lot of these new planets have precious minerals, and one is a water world. Titan is filled with oil and natural hydrocarbons. Asteroids have gold, gems, and valuable ores. The new push is in finding identical earth like planets. A lot is happening every week with new discoveries.

The ability to think above and beyond, by Albert Einstein
A lot is happening here at Space1. After opening the Quantum Lab, thoughts are on moving in more equipment needed to do the experiments, and more equipment to design the new machines to make everything possible. We have full support on this direction with our staff, scientists, the executive board and investors.

The new discovery of salty water flowing down this crater wall on Mars now supports the idea that life now exists on Mars. This makes Mars significantly more interesting and hospitable for colonization by Earthlings. Early settlers need only to filter out the perchlorate salt from the water and treat it for drinking. Hauling many tons of drinking water on the Mission to Mars is unnecessary, making the trip more efficient, light weight, and independent. It makes Martian colonization more practical and an imminent mission more certain. Photo - NASA
A meeting with the President of Space1 and the CEO in November was held regarding the newest of high technology developments and future expansion across the world. Expansion into Shanghai is possible on a flexible basis depending on future elements coming together. We likely will keep Space1 in the Asian Arena as a key innovator of space science and technology and a multiplicity factor of distribution, i.e. pushing the boundaries into new territories, as well as keeping the new Quantum Lab and a commute to China as needed. Expansion into Shanghai is possible with Space1 presence there as seen fit. The thought remains to expand more into Asia with a larger building with more work space and rooms to do vertical science. In particular, we're looking at the beginning construction of a modified Hadron type Collider for Quantum work in 2016, for the new Space1 Quantum Lab. This was previously blogged but now we are closer to realizing the dream. I wondered what would come next, after the 16 power telescopes in space, and now we have a good idea - the Quantum Laboratory and our own particle accelerator. Launches and evo into space will continue ARAP as rapidly as possible, for space tourism development. We are are at the highest Crux of all time and moving into the third year of smooth operations. We live in the most exciting time in space history of our species. The pending breakthroughs in Space1 quantum technology will propel the space venture light years ahead in evolution with space travel, space tourism, and space exploration. Stay tuned for the most fantastic things the mind can or cannot conceive. Space1 Founder

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Space1 Quantum Lab

Inside the Quadlyzer, a new world of reflective Quantum states
Space1 Venture has opened the new first time Quantum Lab overseas within the Asian Arena.

The Quadlyzer was built to investigate Quantum particles and Quantum Dynamics
The Quantum Lab was built to explore the Quantum World and specifically to engage in Quantum experiments and research.

It's expected the Quantum Lab will engage topics of Quantum Entanglement, Quantum Transceivers and communicators, particle dynamics of the Pigeon particle, new configurations of Hadron type colliders that can detect particle collisions before they happen in terms of the quantum dimensions, examine the reflective quantum states of quantum dynamics and particles in four dimensions, simulations of the quantum world using quantum machines such as the Quantum Quadlyzer, study the effects of quantum space time, and investigate the creation of quantum inventions for use in the Space1 Program and new forms of rocket and space travel.

Space1 is a high technology new space venture which has designed and constructed a new type of safety rocket for safe space tourism, with a goal of making space travel fun, safe, affordable and within reach to everyone.


Friday, November 20, 2015

Space1 Shirt

For 2016, the Space1 tshirt has Space1's logo and the words Space1 Space Tourism.

Become a supporting member of Space1 tourism, the great adventure into space. Inventor of the Safety Rocket, the founder of Space1 is taking ticket reservations for a new kind of exciting tourism into space.

Space1 Rocket Alternatives of Going Into Space

Distance between the Earth and the Moon is a haven for the newest space tourism

Consideration of the Diesel Engine precluded carrying heavyweight fuel into space
Black powder fired rocket engines are cheap, easy to build, required regulation at times under certain conditions (dry weather, static electricity, incongruous changes), and affect the Earth's environment by depositing and releasing greenhouse gases. Depending on range and thrust, this may vary from a relatively insignificant proportion to that of larger depositions for the largest and most massive rockets.

But other forms of rocket propulsion are more damaging to man and the environment such as atomic and nuclear engine drives that have risk of explosion and releasing radioactivity and contaminating the Earth for many years or decades.

Of course, rocket propulsion must be cost effective and simple to supplement bringing space tourism to a safe and affordable level. Space1 is working on a Hybrid Engine that incorporates the best of a couple technologies, spinning old and new together. A new rocket engine design is introduced in November of 1015, named the HE.

There's two levels of space, the first level requires moving through the first level of Earth's space known as the Troposphere, and the second level moves beyond the Earth's space into the Solar System and the first realm of Deep Space. The HE design incorporates this bi level propulsion. The two worlds of engine design utilize a common propulsion for level I and electrical for level II.

Also examined and studied are propulsion using hydrogen, oxygen, diesel, kerosene, and nitrogen. These may be more range and velocity sensitive.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Advanced Aliens

Arecibo is a 305 meter diameter radio telescope located in a natural depression in Puerto Rico.
Is it really pathetic that we are looking for aliens with radio? Do you really think they would be transmitting to us with old fashioned radio? Radio, on Earth, is archaic at 120 years old.

As our sun is young comparatively to other stars in the galaxy by 4 billion years, it suggests that the average alien could be 2 billion years more advanced than humans. A lot can happen in that time span of evolution.

Aliens 2 billion years more advanced than us will no longer have bodies as we think, and may evolve into pure energy or something beyond. An alien this advanced would not use old radio waves.

It's very doubtful we would know any technology for the required instantaneous transceiver type devices needed for across the galaxy conversation.

Given that radio travels at the speed of light, and would take one million years to reach one of the nearest galaxies, and another million years for the reply to reach Earth, why would any alien be so stupid as to use that form of communications?

Only Earthlings are so stupid to send a message that would take 50,000 years to answer round trip to and from M13 stars in the constellation Hercules, as we did in the 1970s with the Arecibo radio telescope.

Only an aggressive species like us would use radio, and our location calling card message might be a food menu telling aliens "the restaurant is located here, come eat us."

In fact, there is nothing on Earth that advanced aliens are interested in. So they have no need to come here in flying saucers or otherwise. Other planets have water, metals, and the same resources as the Earth, so why travel billions of light years to the Earth?

So let's get off our lazy stupid human arses and invent a form of instant communications for across the galaxy conversations. But really, will the reply be anything we can understand? We will be like unimportant single cell creatures to any alien advanced by 2 billion years.

Saturday, November 14, 2015

Space1 History of Lunar Mapping - Keep it Secret or Die

Leonardo 1500
keep it secret or die...

Few Moon maps were published around the time of the invention of the telescope. There's a reason for this.

Even the invention of the telescope was kept secret for many years. Davinci apparently invented one and created lunar drawings, according to his notes from the year 1500, which is 109 years before Galileo's telescope.

It's now known that many drawings were made but few survived. The maps typically were kept in the author's hidden scrap books of lunar depictions and for good reason.
Thomas Harriot July 26, 1609
If you talked about what you had seen, published results, or made drawings known, you would be executed, usually hung on a cross and tortured there for so called heresy by the church.

This is a small chronological collection of the earliest surviving historical lunar maps, dates, and the names of the brave authors and inventors.

Thomas Harriot 1612 or 1613
Leonardo, in his unpublished notes at that time, invented a telescope in 1500. He kept his notes secret to avoid being hung and killed by the church.

109 years later, Galileo announced his telescope results and was almost killed, escaping to exile and ending up in house arrest for the rest of his life.

"Several lunar features are quite recognizable in this engraving, the second in the series, based on a sketch made on December 3, 1609. The mountains east of Mare Imbrium (Sea of Rains) form the ring at the top, and the sizable crater at the bottom is probably Albategnius, here quite a bit larger than life, and undoubtedly conveying by its grandeur the impression it made on Galileo's mind." Source
In 1609, Astronomer Thomas Harriot may have drawn maps of the Moon before Galileo published his drawings.

"The modern face of the moon first emerged in the early evening of November 30, 1609, when Galileo Galilei in Padua turned his telescope toward the moon, noted the irregularities of the crescent face, and made a drawing to record his discoveries. He made at least five more drawings of the moon over the next eighteen days, prepared careful watercolor sketches from these drawings, and then selected four of these to be engraved for his revolutionary Starry Messenger, which appeared the following March. Galileo's treatise announced to an astonished public that the moon was a cratered chunk of elements --a world -- and not some globe of quintessential perfection. It was a new land, to be explored, charted, and named. The science of selenography was born."
Galileo 1610, wood carvings were "redrawn" inverted and flipped in orientation, different from Galileo's drawings.
Galileo 1610 - In this depiction, Galileo's original depiction is compared to a lunar photo.
His first is a Lunar drawing, possibly the first recorded observation using a telescope, dated 26 July 1609. 

The second refined depiction is thought to be his composite drawing of the Moon dating 1612 or 1613, and is considered by some experts to mark the birth of modern cartography.

Harriot's drawings predated Galileo's famous drawings by six months. But Harriot kept himself secret.

Galileo apparently did not date his drawings. However, the publication Siderius Nuncius published in 1610 shows Galileo’s initial sketches of the Moon.
Hevelius map of the Moon in 1647
Large Map of the Moon by Giovanni Cassini 1679

Friday, November 13, 2015

Space1 Moon Lunar Travel Maps


Touring the Moon and sight seeing missions for Space1 tourism will have handy maps to identify main visiting features. This is a collection of maps to see what features may be available.

It may be a while before Space1 conducts it's first Earth to Moon space tourism mission, but then again, it could happen very quickly with a fly-by mission. So be prepared by acquainting yourself with lunar features using these maps.

Space1 is looking at a fly-by Moon mission which would avoid the orbital decaying natural anomalies beneath the lunar terrain. These gravitational "hot spots" have irregular accumulating tugs on a spacecraft, depending on trajectories, and were responsible for the crash of at least one orbiting spacecraft in NASA's history.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Space1: USA Government to Control Drones


This may affect Space1 programs. All said and similar Space1 research vehicles may be thrown away in the USA. For more information, contact Space1 Corporate Office.

All planned launches involving said devices may be discontinued in the USA. Space1 is considering to maintain the fleet overseas, continuing research at that location(s). Launches, space flights, and other programs involving said devices may be discontinued in the USA and strengthened overseas. Long term results of strict USA government control will undoubtedly take money and investment away from the USA and strengthen other countries like China, etc.

For two years, Space1 has incorporated the use of said devices for the purposes of primarily imaging space rocket launches from ground point and throughout the troposphere in 4D, inclusive of various aerodynamic research programs and the ability to act as a supporting air flight platform. These programs may be canceled in the USA as a result of new impending government control of said devices.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Space1 Index by Date


This is the complete Space1 web index (see the time of update). The index is divided up into individual web pages in the form of blogs, stored and distributed within the Big Brain site. Pages are tracked by blog search, google search, links, and indices. See the bold links below for the index divided into topics, dates, and a link for the first index made.

Topic Index 
Chronological Date Index
First Index
Updated Wednesday November 11th 2015 - 100 pages

JANUARY 2014 (2)
Tiny Space Station
SpaceOne Company

MARCH 2014 (9)
SpaceOne Index March 2014
SpaceOne Aerospace Observatory
SpaceOne International Space Lab
SpaceOne! Magazine
SpaceOne Time Travel Dilation
SpaceOne Striated Rocket Casing
SpaceOne Intl Rocket
SpaceOne Sets Records
Lab Science Tech Update

APRIL 2014 (6)
Elements of SpaceOne Time Travel Machine
Configuring SpaceOne Time Travel Machine
Spaceone Referential Time Travel Invention
SpaceOne Unveils Space Rocket
SpaceOne Safety Rocket Invention
SpaceOne Elects President

MAY 2014 (1)
Space1 Update 2014

JUNE 2014 (6)
Space1 Magazine Issue #2
Space1 Rockets
Momentum Rocket
Space1 Space Station
Space1 Rocket Science Team
Big Brain Evolution into Space1

JULY 2014 (2)
Space1 Magazine Issue 2
Space1's Micro Spacecraft

SEPTEMBER 2014 (5)
Space1 New Rocket Laboratory
Space1 Magazine Issue 3
Space Machine
Space1 Presidential Meeting

OCTOBER 2014 (1)

DECEMBER 2014 (5)
Lab Uprooting
Humanoido Lab Links
Multi-D Invention for Space1
Space1 Rocketeer Changes
President Meeting in Seoul South Korea

JANUARY 2015 (27)
Space1 Web Content Links In January 2015
Space1 Singapore Spaceport
Space1 South Korea Rocket SpacePort
Space1 Rocket No Fire Mastic
Space Place SP
Atomic G-Force Absorber
Space1 Safety Rocket Stops Danger
Space1 Milestone Safety Rocket
Space1 Rocket Shuttle
Space1 Test Spacecraft
Space Pace SP
Space1 Space Tourism Notes & Comments
Space1 Definition & Space Tourism
About Space1 from the Founder
Space1 Singapore
SpaceOne Space1 Name Change
Space1 In Singapore
Space1 First Year of Operation
Space1 Holds Tele Summit Meeting
Space1 USA Meeting Space Workshop
Space1 2015 Talks
Space1 January 2015 Update
Space1 Update 2015
SpaceOne Space1 Name Change
Space1 Logo Collection
Rocket Space Fire Debate - Focus on Greece
Space1 Era

FEBRUARY 2015 (11)
Space1 Book
Space1 Alien Egg Matter Discovery
Space1 Diversified Rocket Propulsion
Space1 Living Rocket Invention
Space1 - Model Space Program Part 1
Space1 Model Space Program Part 2 Rocket Parts
Space1 President & Rockets in France and Italy
Space1 Engineering Space
Space1 One Year Anniversary Commemorative Coin
Space1 Intelligent Space Lifeforms
Space1 Spaceport Bonanza - Rockets in South Korea ...

MARCH 2015 (1)
Space1 Hong Kong Spaceport

APRIL 2015 (1)
Space1 Tourism & Black Hole Eggs

MAY 2015 (2)
Lab Update May 10th 2015
Space1 Giant Technology Move to USA

JULY 2015 (13)
New USA Space1 Rocket Lab
Space1 Rocket Iron Man
Space1 Ejectables Fly Like Iron Man
Space1 Iron Man Rocket
Space1 Fantastic Rocket Technology
Space1 Rocket Safety Motors
Space1 Booster Rocket
Space XRocket Xmotor
Space1 Secret Rocket Program
Space Booster Rocket & Glider
Space1 Ticket Into Space
Space1 USA Reboot
Space1 Massive Rocket Engine

AUGUST 2015 (4)
Space1 Rocket Space Tourism Update
Space1 Cost of Rocket Space Tourism
Space1 Transformer Rocket
Space1 Designs New Rocket Lab

NOVEMBER 2015 (4)
Space1 Index by Date
Space1 TransHuman Injection
Space1 Future Phase - Landing on the Moon & Beyond
Space1 Secret Rocket Space Hanger - Part 1

Monday, November 9, 2015

Space1 Transhuman Injection

The Founder of SPACE1 is the inventor, developer and innovator of TransHuman Injection for space travel and space tourism

Advanced rapid development during LQ2015 is slated for refinement of TransHuman Injection, TI, while 2016 is scheduled for rocket launches testing many concepts of space tourism. The Space1 program is on schedule for TI and its refinement.

TI, TransHuman Injection, prepares a Space1 astronaut for space tourism travel. TI includes the Super (space) Suit which will enable a human for super human feats as needed during space flight. The Super Suit is a key linking element with the spacecraft environment.

The Super Space Suit 3S enables withstanding the elements of space travel and maintains the safety rocket configs. Commonplace is withstanding intensive vibrations, weightlessness, parametric recycling, astro ejection into space (space flying), the immense pressure of rocket travel, g-force, acceleration, aerodynamic braking, the forces of re-entry including searing heat and thermodynamic variances, etc.

Exactly what is the Super Space Suit? The 3S is everything from a cryogenics device to a robotics humanoid entity that interfaces with a human being, giving new power and abilities for space travel. The 3S is a space lab, with advanced abilities.

Enter the Singularity, a point where man becomes the machine and visa versa. How can Space1 develop or move towards the point of Singularity? Evo progress has taken place, along with new technological breakthroughs in various scientific fields, enabling futuristic interfacing to achieve these goals. The development of 3S takes Space1 the closest in its history to reaching this point.

LQ2015 AGENDA LQ2015 has opened up a futures division, which is developing a new safety rocket engine to be mounted on a new spacecraft. The scaled spacecraft is built and awaiting for flying in 2016.

Space1's Singularity is the super interfacing of man and machine during spaceflight

The Super Space Suit gives the astronaut super human power and makes TransHuman Injection possible. Unlike NASA's Apollo spacecraft, i.e. LEM, Command Module, and Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo Capsules, etc., the Space1 spacecraft is currently not specifically gas pressurized, heated, or parametric compensated for human space travel. The full compensation is, for the most part, established via the 3S. Some 3S features are listed as follows:

* Experience RWC Rapid Weightlessness Condition without pass out
* Endure super G force
* Withstand Ultra Mechanical Vibrations and Harmonics
* Survive highest Space Pressures
* Stay alive during dangerous super acceleration
* Handle rigors of aerodynamic braking
* Function during the forces of injection
* Function during the forces of return flight
* Manage super searing heat 
* Manage frigid space
* Manage ultrasonics and super noise
* Ability to exit the spacecraft and space-fly 


3S  Super Space Suit
The Super Space Suit gives the astronaut super human power, introduces multi safety levels, and makes TransHuman Injection possible.  

RWC  Rapid Weightlessness Condition
The process whereby weightlessness is quickly encountered during space travel

TI  TransHuman Injection 
Prepares a Space1 astronaut for space tourism travel, includes the 3S

Parametric Recycling
Parameter conditions that vary during space flight, often at extreme nodes

Space Fly
Ability of an astronaut, during space tourism, to leave the spacecraft and fly throughout space

Astro Ejection
Process of an astronaut ejecting out of the spacecraft during space flight

Thermodynamic Variances
Changing temperatures and/or temperature differentials of environment and/or materials

Aerodynamic Breaking
Process of reducing speed using the atmosphere, typically during Earth reentry or landing on another planet or moon

Super Noise
Very intensive noise inside a rocket during aspects of space flight

Super Acceleration
Very intensive acceleration produced by a rocket during launch and space travel

Super Interfacing 
A very intensive process of connecting a human astronaut to space flight, thought of as the creation of a singularity

The merging of man and machine, i.e. an astronaut and space flight

Super Human Feats
The ability to go beyond the normal human limits of acceleration, gravity, temperature, noise, vibration, pressure

Space Lab
Ability of the 3S to function as a space lab for the astronaut, offering a wide range of parametric control

Cryogenics Device
As applied to the 3S, a system to protect the wearer from extreme heat and cold temperatures

Evolutionary process of man and machine