Thursday, June 22, 2017

Space1 Quantum Singularity Quadlyzer

Space1 Industries Quantum Singularity Quadlyzer for Quantum navigation
Quantum Singularity Quadlyzer 

Machines in Space Industry - Space tourism safety rockets of the future may be equipped with a space time Quantum Singularity Quadlyzer for quantum world navigation. 

Opening a door to the Quantum World will give Space1 tourists a new look into a dimensional world never seen before. It's currently unknown what strange new things may be seen and discovered in the quantum dimension. A near infinitesimal door is caught and opened, then teased to a wider position until a Space1 spacecraft can enter. It's at that point the exploration can begin. The quantum world and quantum space is one of the strangest sciences known to mankind. Explore the Q world with Space1's cutting edge technologies.

The Quantum Singularity Quadlyzer began as a machine project invented by Humanoido during the height of the Big Brain machine intelligence era to predict the reflective state nodal positions of quantum space by simulation. 

Invented by Humanoido prior to March 2012, the six year old machine is now updated for space use as a real time predictor of the quantum space slipstream singularity nodal positions for the Space1 Industries space tourism safety program.

Otherwise known as the Q Machine, the Quadlyzer was built with only four Parallax Basic Stamp HomeWork boards and programmed in PBASIC for Quantum parameters. Numerous web pages are devoted to descriptions of its operations (see links below). Space1 has repurposed the machine device to help navigate the theoretical quantum world nodal points in order to open a micro singularity to the quantum slipstream world to gain entry. Experiments look promising and are ongoing in Space1's Quantum Lab.

Stack before Oct. 2012
Space1 Industries is always looking to expand the space frontier in unique and exciting ways for tourists and visiting quantum worlds are at the forefront of research, technology and development.

Q Specifications
Name - QuadLyzer, Q Machine, Q
Purpose - Explore & Simulate Reflective Quantum States
Number of Processors - Four BS2 Networked Processors
Connection - Networked Parallel Cluster
LEDs - 8 (4 Board Activity LEDs + 4 I/O LEDs)
Piezo Speakers - 4
Boards - 4
SW Loading - x4 USB Hub Loading
Type of Boards - BASIC Stamp Homework Board
Total I/O Pins - 72 (4 x 16 + 2 Dedicated Serial = 64 + 8 Dedicated Serial)
Enumeration - 4 RC Indices
Deterministic Cores - 4
Communications Interface - 1 Wire serial (Party Line)
CPU Operations - Full Deterministic Parallel
Parallel Bus Upgrade - 8-bit and 3-bit (4-Bit in newer versions)
Processing Speed - (4 x 20 MHz = 80 MHz)
Program Execution Speed - (4 x 4,000 = 16,000 IPS)
RAM Size - (4 x 32 Bytes = 128 Bytes)
EEPROM - (4 x 2K = 8K)
Programming Languages - PBASIC
PBASIC Instructions - (4 x ~500 = ~ 20,000 instructions)
PBASIC Commands - 42
Communications - up to 9,600 BAUD x 4 = 38,400 with 4 lines
Output Devices - LEDs, Speakers, Pins, Computer Terminal Debugger
Source/Sink Current per each I/O - 20 to 25 ma
Source/Sink Current per each Stamp - 40 to 50 ma per 8 pins
Power - Four 9-volt batteries or a bench power supply
Programming - USB Mini-B connector, built-in RS-232 serial converter (each board)
Reset - Four individual resets
SW Type - Evolving Core AI
Operating System - QuadLyzer OS or QOS
Portability - Yes

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