Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Space1 Rocket Space Beaming

Beam It On Board! Rocket Space Beaming allows a rocket to achieve an altitude greater towards a final space approach during mission, without payload, then beams payload into the rocket. In this development, payload is represented by humanoid robot robonauts and/or their parts. The Beaming technique saves millions of dollars of payload weight during the critical ascent portion of rocket flight.

Space1 is developing space transporter beaming, in particular the first step is brain in a brain beaming. Beaming is a process engaged from the space transporter to move an object from one location to another. The high tech transporter goals are to use advanced means to transmit as many humanoid robonaut body components as possible into space and onto the rocket during some aspect of flight. The finalization or materialization is a full humanoid, complete with functional body, brain, and circuits.

— Beaming avoids the costly weight lifting part of rocket flight —

We found a way to save millions and millions of dollars during space flight. The rocket is kept empty of payload going up, and at apex and height of the mission in space the payload is beamed on board. In particular, the transporter is beaming particulars of humanoids as a step by step development.

Space Beaming is a greater safety insurance. Astronauts are kept on the Earth during critical rocket flight paths.

Brain in a brain is technology was developed by Humanoido in 2010, from work on the Big Brain project - an artificial life form and top rated supercomputer with 240,000 processors.  http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/

— Beaming will save millions of dollars of cost on payload weight
The objective is to have rockets inflight with materializing humanoid robots. Potentially the rocket could achieve space flight in light weight configurations without the humanoids on board to save millions of dollars of cost on payload weight. When in desired space, the crew of robonauts materialize or beam onto the rocket, bypassing the costly weigh lifting part of a rocket mission. At this time, the full transporter is on the Earth and has not seen the miniaturization required to install on rockets in its completed form, i.e a humanoid part can materialize on the rocket, sent from Earth, but the humanoid is not able to materialize on Earth sent from he rocket.

From Original Historical Documents August 2010 Page 2
#21 Humanoido: Thinking faster than original prop specs, internal pure thought should be the fastest
#22 Humanoido: algorithms to transport/understand information/thought, machine approximation
#24 Humanoido: smaller brain, model after the bigger brain, fit hobby budget/resources, go above and beyond the basics, basics include vision, obstacle avoidance, beeping,
moving in some patterns, determining location/orientation, sumo, maze solving, wandering, not falling off ledge, ranging, mapping, accepting input from sensors, recharge batteries, beyond basics include thinking, reasoning, ability to resolve problems, accept new challenges
#25 Humanoido: Multi-Brain Concept a duplicate brain, help Alzheimer's, double brain power
#26 Humanoido: (brain in a brain) 2nd brain housed inside the 1st. Though I expect the ability to connect and disconnect brains on the outside would be a useful feature in times of service, debugging or expanding with more brains. Maybe if brains are made inexpensively, they could be discarded and recycled. With multiple brains come  dedicated brains. Brains could be located anywhere inside the robot. How about off-the- shelf brains. Companies could compete to see who can make the best brain. http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/search?q=brain+in+a+brain

Brain Beaming
The details of Brain Beaming were first worked out by Humanoido at the beginning of 2017. Brain in a Brain was invented by Humanoido in 2010. The first question considered was about the telemetry and the range data. Exactly how far could we project the brain in a brain? Like the Enterprise of Star Trek, we need to beam Tom Robonaut into the rocket where he will reside during flight.

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