Saturday, December 27, 2014

Space1 Rocketeer Changes

SPACE ROCKET SCIENCE
SPACE1 ROCKETEER CHANGES IN 2015

This is an update to the space rocket science team within Space1.

The number of team members is increased in FQ2015 which leads to a team with 7 total position members (first quarter of 2015), filling 21 rocket tourism space science and related roles.

UPDATED MONDAY JANUARY 19TH 2015

Seven rocketeers hold the spotlight for 21 roles in Space1 developments. Positions are listed below. (In all cases, the anonymity of individuals is preserved within the company.)

CHANGES IN 2015 
* In 2015, in Taiwan, the Head of Taiwan R&D position held by Master Noon Lin 中午大師林 is now changed. 中午大師林 is promoted to the Taiwan Chief Advisory to Space1 Counsel position.

*On January 19th, Space1 filled the position of American USA Advisor to Space1 in Robotics and Technical Flight Systems with Dr. Thomas joining our Board of Advisors.

* The Head of Taiwan R&D position is now filled by current Taiwan Spaceport Engineer Master Lin Mei 林美 with the new title Taiwan Master of R&D & Taiwan Spaceport Engineering.

* The Presidential domain role is now expanded to four countries instead of two. This includes the USA, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore. The role includes presence in all four countries and also includes additional countries where meetings are held and related business takes place. This includes Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Taiwan, Macao, and other international locations. The President is also a primary investor of Space1.

* The operation roles of the Korean Wisdom Lab, 한국어 지혜 연구소, hangug-eo jihye yeonguso, is expanded in 2015. The Wisdom Lab will provide added support in the hosting of meetings, navigational information and high technology projects. Dara 지혜 is now promoted to Chief of Operations for the Korean Wisdom Lab while maintaining the roles of Korean Chief Scientist and Korean Conceptual Design Director. The new position includes Engineer of the South Korean SpacePort.

* Professor Randall Menske's title is increased to include American SpacePort Director and American Rocket Observatory Engineer at the American SpacePort. He is also the founder of the American Rocket Lab 2.

* Dr. Robert has taken on the development of a new science weather and astronomical rocket observatory in the USA, and has founded an additional rocket safety lab in Taiwan after the recent move. He is also the founder of rocket lab 1 in the USA and travels internationally between the USA, Taiwan, Korea, Macau and Hong Kong. 

The updated staff list is as follows (the names are security protected):

(1) USA
SPACE1 FOUNDER
Security Unlisted

(2,3,4,5,6) USA, TAIWAN, SOUTH KOREA ETC.
SPACE1 CEO

ROCKET SCIENTIST
DEVELOPER: USA SCIENCE, WEATHER & ASTRONOMICAL ROCKET
     OBSERVATORY
FOUNDER OF AMERICAN ROCKET SAFETY LAB 1
FOUNDER TAIWAN ROCKET SAFETY LABS 1 & 2
Dr. Robert

(7,8,9,10) USA

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEER
AMERICAN SPACEPORT DIRECTOR
ROCKET OBSERVATORY ENGINEER
FOUNDER OF AMERICAN ROCKET SAFETY LAB 2
Professor Randall


(11,12,13) USA, KOREA & TAIWAN, SINGAPORE
THE PRESIDENT

INVESTOR
TAIWAN ADVISOR CHIEF
Master & Dr. Shui Soong 風水大師宋

(14,15,16,17) SOUTH KOREA
CHIEF KOREAN SCIENTIST

K0REAN CONCEPTUAL DESIGN DIRECTOR
WISDOM LAB CHIEF OF OPERATIONS
SOUTH KOREAN SPACEPORT ENGINEER
Dara 지혜
, 한국어 지혜 연구소
 

(18,19) TAIWAN
TAIWAN MASTER OF R&D
TAIWAN SPACEPORT ENGINEERING DIRECTOR
Master Lin Mei 林美


(20) TAIWAN
TAIWAN CHIEF ADVISORY TO SPACE1 COUNSEL
 Master Noon Lin 中午大師林

(21) USA
AMERICAN USA ROBOTICS & TECHNICAL SYSTEMS ADVISOR TO SPACE1
Dr. Thomas

Friday, December 26, 2014

Humanoido Lab Links

HUMANOIDO LABS LINKS

LABS BY LINKS


Individual pages were created for some labs but not all labs. This list includes those available posts. Space1 is now introducing a number of space related laboratories plus the 14 telescope labs in space will eventually be added to the list of links as time permits.

Humanoido Labs List
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2012/06/humanoido-labs-list.html

Big Brain Consolidation Lab
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2012/06/big-brain-consolidation-lab.html 
Construction Lab
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2012/12/construction-lab.html

1ST USA Lab 01
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/01/the-first-humanoido-lab.html

Update Laboratory
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/01/update.html

PINGXI Lab 59
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/01/launch-hot-air-balloon.html

Temporary Humanoido Lab in Seoul South Korea http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/06/temporary-humanoido-lab-in-seoul-south.html
Radio Telescope Observatory Lab 58
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/07/radio-telescope-observatory-lab-57.html
Humanoido Lab List
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/07/humanoido-lab-list.html
Mainland China Laboratory Shutdown
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/12/mainland-china-laboratory-shut-down.html
Lab Science Update
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/03/lab-update.html 
Humanoido Labs Update
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/11/humanoido-labs-update.html
Space1 Aerospace Observatory AO
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/03/spaceone-aerospace-observatory.html
SpaceOne International Space Lab
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/03/spaceone-international-space-lab.html 

Humanoido Labs in 2014
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/12/humanoido-labs-in-2014.html
Lab Uprooting
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/12/lab-uprooting.html
Space Labs
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/search?q=telescope
Brain Crypt & Lab Loft
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2011/12/lab-loft.html

Multi-D Invention for Space1

The Multi-D invention can undergo development and testing in the Multi-D Laboratories controlled environment chamber. The Lab has a level safety net for level I testing. Level II must be isolated outdoors for safety reasons.
THE MULTI-D INVENTION FOR SPACE1
 
INTRO
Humanoido has invented the spectacular and powerful Multi-D invention for Space1. The Multi-D Imaging and Testing Lab is now established for testing and development of this remarkable device.

OPERATION
In the actual machine, the Multi-D can have flight in various positions relative to the tourism rocket's flight during the flight mission. With its mind remotely controlled, it can move to anywhere in the dimensional matrix grid and then datalize. So essentially there are two changing vectored flights.

SYSTEM CALCULUS

This is defined by the dual calculus of the differential equation of changing orientation of two flight paths. It can provide spectacular sci data and views, ideal for many purposes of the space tour, of data for space flight, of show for investors and for tourists. It will become an integral part of the space tourist system.

NASA DREAMS
NASA wanted something like this for Space Shuttle missions, but it never developed it. If NASA had developed it, it could have helped recognize the anomalies that led to the crash of Space Shuttle Columbia on Feb. 1, 2003.

SPACE SAFETY
Safety is paramount in Space1's Tourist System, which includes the Safety Rocket invention. Multi-D may seem like a safety redundant system feature, but its many additional uses are remarkable.

DEFINITION
Multi-D stands for Multi Dimensional, and refers to the ability for the system to move within a multidimensional grid or matrix framework relative to a changing source, in this case the tourism rocket.

EXTRAPOLATION
Extrapolating some ideas of Multi-D, it could serve as a time and space calibration for the RTM Referential Time Machine. It could also have telemetric interfacing to the avataric connection in real time, though the complexity of this may require additional design work.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Updated Humanoido United Labs List 2014

UPDATED HUMANOIDO UNITED LABS (HUL) LIST 2014

LABS BY CHRONOLOGY WITH NEW ASSIGNED NUMERICS
Humanoido United Laboratories in 2014

The Humanoido United Laboratories (HUL) numerical numbering system is now based on a chronological reference. This introduces a sliding numerical system, for the insertion of newly documented labs. As new labs are documented, the numerical sequencing is subject to change. New to 2014 and 2015 is the appending of space telescope laboratories to the lab list.

(01) 1955 USA Lab at GH (First City Lab)
(02) 1958 USA Lab at WH  (First Rural Lab)
(03) 1958 USA Lab at WHT (First Lab in the Sky at WH)
(04) 1958 USA Lab at WHC (Dedicated Coupe Lab at WH)
(05) 1958 USA Lab at WHW (Left Wing Addition to WH)

(06) 1965 USA Lab at RH (Red Housed Laboratory)

(07) 1965 USA Lab at RHB (Basement Lab to RH)
(08) 1965 USA Lab at RHS (Full Showcase Lab at RH)
(09) 1966 USA Lab at YH (Yellow Housed Laboratory)
(10) 1966 USA Lab at YHO (Observatory at YH)

(11) 1967 USA Lab at GA (the Gouch Structure Lab)

(12) 1967 USA Lab at GAB (Basement Science Lab at GA)
(13) 1967 USA Lab at GAO (Outdoor Observatory at GA)

(14) 1968 USA Lab at MO (Family Owned Home Extensive Lab)
(15) 1968 USA Lab at MOR (Room Expansion Lab at MO)
(16) 1968 USA Lab at MOB (Basement Structure Lab at MO)
(17) 1968 USA Lab at MOO (Front Observatory at MO)

(18) 1975 USA Lab at AH (1st Short Term APT Lab)

(19) 1975 USA Lab at MH (Mobile Lab)

(20) 1975 USA Lab at MHO (Steel Observatory at MO)

(21) 1977 USA Lab at OH (Observatory Home Lab)
(22) 1977 USA Lab at OHM (Metal Building Lab at OH)
(23) 1977 USA Lab at OMW (Wood Building Lab at OH)
(24) 1977 USA Lab at OHO (Outdoor Deck Observatory at OH)
(25) 1977 USA Lab at OHG (Garage Lab at OH)
(26) 1977 USA Lab at OHB (Basement Lab at OH)
(27) 1977 USA Lab at OHD (Modern Dome Room Laboratory)

(28) 1999 USA Lab at JA (Large APT LAB)  
(29) 1999 USA Lab at JAG (Garage Lab at JA)
(30) 1999 USA Lab at JAB  (Basement Lab at JA)
(31) 2001 Intl Taiwan at TT  (Temp Lab 2 Weeks)
(32) 2002 Intl Japan Lab JL (Temp Lab in Japan)
(33) 2002 Intl Taiwan Lab at TMT (Many Tables)

(34) 2004 USA Lab at AA (Arch Lab)

(35) 2005 USA Lab at SH (Small House Lab Interior - Extensive)
(36) 2005 USA Lab at SHB (Basement at SH)
(37) 2005 USA Lab at SHG (Garage Lab at SH)
(38) 2005 USA Lab at SHS (Gray Lab at SH)

(39) 2007 Intl Taiwan  Lab at TW  (Wood Finished)
(40) 2008 Intl Beijing  Lab at BVA (Big Vertical Air Cond)
(41) 2009 Intl Beijing  Lab at BLT (Very Large, 2 tables room)

(42) 2010 Intl Beijing Lab at BLD (Very Large, Deck)
(43) 2010 Intl Beijing Lab at BLS (Largest Small Apt)
(44) 2010 Intl Beijing Lab at BS1 (1st Small Apt)
(45) 2010 Intl Beijing Lab at BS2 (2nd Small Apt)
(46) 2010 Intl Shanghai Lab at SR  (Room)  
(47) 2010 Intl Shanghai Lab at SO  (Observatory)
(48) 2010 Intl Tianjin Lab (Observational, Temp)

(49) 2011 Intl Taiwan at TO  (Old) 
(50) 2012 Intl Taiwan Lab at TL (Loft)  
(51) 2012 Intl Taiwan Lab at TS (Static)  
(52) 2012 Intl Taiwan Lab at TSO (Observatory at Static)  
(53) 2012 Intl Taiwan Lab at TR (Skyscraper Roof Observatory)  
(54) 2012 Intl Taiwan Lab at TE (Expansion at Static) 
(55) 2012 Intl Taiwan Lab at BC (Big Brain Consolidation)
(56) 2012 No Parent Country Lab Mobile TLF (Transport Lab Facility)
(57) 2012 No Parent Country Lab VLF (Virtual Lab Facility)
(58) 2013 No Parent Country Lab Mobile MTL (Transport Lab Facility)
(59) 2013 Intl Pingxi Lab (Temp Hot Air Balloon Launch)
(60) 2013 Intl S. Korea Lab SC  (Temp Extrapolated Lab)
(61) 2013 Intl Taiwan Lab (Radio Telescope Observatory)
(62) 2014 Intl Taiwan Lab SKD (Space Komputer Development Research Lab)
(63) 2014 Intl South Korea Lab SKWL (Wisdom Lab)
(64) 2014 Intl Taiwan Lab TRL (Rocket Lab) Sept. 24
(65) 2014 Intl Taiwan Lab TDL (DeckLab in the Sky) Nov. 4
(66) 2014 Intl Taiwan Lab TAL (Astro Aeronautics Lab) Nov. 13
(67) 2014 Intl South Korea Lab SKL (Seoul South Korea Primary Function Lab) Dec. 18-21
(68) 2014 Intl South Korea Lab SKO (Seoul Temp Astronomical Observatory Lab) Dec. 18-21
(69) 2014 Intl South Korea Lab KMTL (Korean Mobile Transport Lab) Dec. 18-21
(70) 2014 Intl Taiwan Lab MDK (Multi-D & Imaging Lab)

(71) 2014 Intl Taiwan Lab AO (Space1 Aerospace Observatory)
(72) 2014 Intl Taiwan Lab ISO (Space1 International Space Lab)

(73) Space Telescope Lab ULT (Ultra Large Telescope)
(74) Space Telescope Lab NULT (New Ultra Large Tetelscope)
(75) Space Telescope Lab GT (Genius Telescope)
(76) Space Telescope Lab PGT (Paradigmic Genius Telescope)
(77) Space Telescope Lab MGT (Molecular Genius Telescope)
(78) Space Telescope Lab PGT-ET (Paradigmic Genius Telescope Enhanced Technology)
(79)  Space Telescope Lab PDT (Power Dynamic Telescope Explorer Class)
(80) Space Telescope Lab GGT (Gargantuan Gravatomic Telescope)
(81) Space Telescope Lab SRT (Space Recycler Telescope)
(82) Space Telescope Lab MMT (Molecular Mining Telescope)
(83) Space Telescope Lab IET (Inference Engine Telescope)
(84) Space Telescope Lab M3T (Massive Molecular Mining Telescope)
(85) Space Telescope Lab ET (Extrapolation Telescope)
(86) Space Telescope Lab IT (Interpolation Telescope)
(87) Space Telescope Lab OT (Over the Top Telescope)

ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION TO BE ADDED
Japan Lab
Canada Lab
Earth Orbital Space Lab
Solar System Space Lab
Mobile Transit Space Lab
MicroSpace Lab
Next Space Lab
Near Space Lab

LAB QUANTITY BY LOCATION
35  USA
32  INTERNATIONAL
03  NO PARENT COUNTRY (TRANSIT & VIRTUAL LABS)
15  SPACE

TOTAL NUMBER OF LABS
87

TYPES OF LABS
VIRTUAL
TEMPORARY
INTERNATIONAL
DOMESTIC (USA)
TRANSIT
HISTORICAL
ACTIVE 
ELEVATED
SKYSCRAPER
ROOFTOP
BASEMENT
BALCONY 
SPACE

LABS BY LOCATIONS
USA
South Korea
Canada
Hong Kong
Taipei   (Taiwan)
Pingxi   (Taiwan)
Japan
Shanghai (China)
Beijing  (China)
Tianjin  (China)

Indonesia
Macao
Singapore
Earth Orbital Space
Solar System Space
Mobile Transit Space 
MicroSpace
Next Space
Near Space 

LAB DEFINITIONS
MOBILE TRANSIT LAB - a mobile transit lab can remain in flight without a parent country. A Mobile Transport Lab was flown over the North Pole and collected data.
DOMESTIC LAB -  a series of labs created in the United States
TEMP LAB - a lab established for a specific time duration and then dissolved
INTERNATIONAL LAB - a lab established in a country other than the USA
USA LAB - a lab established in the United States
VIRTUAL LAB - a lab established inside the computer, can exist in the web

SPACE TELESCOPE LAB - a lab established primarily for the control and processing of one in the series of space telescopes

LINKS
Humanoido Lab Links
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/12/humanoido-lab-links.html

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Humanoido Labs in 2014


HUMANOIDO LABS IN 2014

As we are about to conclude the year 2014 and enter into the New Year 2015, Humanoido has established many long term and short term labs in the USA and international locations.

Over the long term, beginning in the 1950s and leading to 2014, labs were established in the USA, Taiwan, Seoul South Korea, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Indonesia, Macao, and other locations.

An innovative mobile transit lab also exists that can remain in flight without a parent country. (A manned Mobile Transport Lab was flown over the North Pole and collected polar data.)

NINE NEW LABS INTRODUCED IN 2014
In Taiwan and South Korea, nine new Humanoido labs were introduced in 2014 after the very large move to a new location in Taiwan. These labs serve the Space1 rocket tourism industry, astronomical observatories in two countries, Aeronautics experiments, and international expansion.

The beginning move in to Rocket Lab
Rocket Lab
(Intl Taiwan Lab 61 TRL)
September 24th, 2014 - Rocket Lab debuted after the major move to new facilities in December 2014 in Taipei Taiwan. The Rocket Lab is located on the entire second floor, and contains two work tables for lab equipment and space for constructing rocket parts and equipment. The floor houses parts and storage, and ready access components for immediate experiments. It houses the nano space stations, the medium space station, and parts for the large space station.
This facility has resources in mechanics, electronics, digital computing, the Big Brain, parts and components, all the Micro Space equipment, inventions, rockets, and a series of working spacecraft. The laboratory also includes guest space for scientists.

Photo of Taipei 101 from DeckLab
DeckLab in the Sky 
(Intl Taiwan Lab 62 TDL)
November 4th 2014 - The new deck lab is slightly larger than the previous Taiwan deck lab. Although three times lower in height, it's still suspended upwards to a hundred feet in the air. The lab faces a North polar orientation of the sky. DeckLab offers fundamental space for the conduction of aeronautical research, atmospheric phenomena, a mini launch pad for potential smaller spacecraft, and the study of weather conditions.
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/11/decklab-in-sky.html

AstroLab Experiment
Astro Aeronautics Lab (Intl Taiwan Lab 63 TAL) 
Thursday November 13, 2014 - The Astro Aeronautic Laboratory officially opened with its first portable telescope experiment seen in the link below. The AAL is simply a reconfigured DeckLab in the Sky, designed for elevated astro aeronautics experiments. It can also function as a telescope optical and radio observatory, or as an experimental platform for the study of new equipment performance as the first experiment has shown.
 

http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/11/iphone-pocket-telescope.htmliPhone Pocket Telescope


Seoul South Korea Lab
(Intl South Korea Lab 64 SKL)
Dec. 18-21, 2014 - Accomplishments included the South Korean Space1 Site Survey, the Space1 Presidential meeting with the agenda for 2015, the Space1 Wisdom Lab meeting with South Korean Scientist/Conceptual Designer and Director Dara 지혜 and setting up an additional observatory lab plus a Korean mobile transit lab.
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/12/president-meeting-in-seoul-south-korea.html




View from Soul Observatory
Seoul South Korea
Temp Astronomical Observatory Lab
(Intl South Korea Observatory Lab 65 SKO)
Dec. 18-21, 2014 - Astronomically speaking, Seoul is brightly lit in most locations. At the Temp Astronomical Observatory, the experience was many lights were turned off early in the morning. While this vastly improved seeing conditions, the level of stellar extinction in the city remained extremely high. In the view of this astronomical observatory located in the more remote sections of Dongdaemun, the planet Jupiter was clearly visible and tracked over a period of hours, but stars were not visible.

Korean Mobile Transit Lab (KMTL)
Dec. 18-21, 2014 - The Korean Mobile Transit Lab was created inside a high speed moving Express train cutting through a remote region of the rural countryside. It contained a full working computer with OS8.1.2 running numerous apps to include a full office, GPS, mapping, processing, and imaging.


Multi-D & Imaging Lab
(Intl Taiwan Lab 65 MDK)
The new lab research and development center for Multi-D & Imaging is a spinoff of the Rocket Lab. The Multi-D Imaging project will be ongoing in 2015, designed to capture the space tourism flight from a multidimensional external location which will be varied in flux position. This allows flying the imager around the tourism rocket, and to provide vantage points from above and below. The MKIP provides a calculus and differential equation mode to capture the entropy of space flight. The Lab is for testing, research, development, prototyping, and refining the final systems.

Space Komputer Development Research Lab (Intl Taiwan Lab 66 SKD)
This lab is specifically laid out for the contstruction, testing, and implementation of the Space Komputer. The first Space Komputer is the heart of the Space Machine. It's driven by KOSMOS that handles space time, rocket parameters and it collaborates with the rocket flight computer.
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/10/komputer.html
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/09/space-machine.html

South Korea Wisdom Lab (SKWL)
Created in 2014 for Space1, the Wisdom Lab was designed to provide an innovative and unique design view for the elements and aspects of Space1. The SKWL is located at an unspecified secret location. It is manned by Korean scientists to provide a unique view and contributory status to Space1.

The Big Brain Initiative, USA - Ultra Space Administration, DSC - Deep Space Center, are divisions of Humanoido Laboratories

Sunday, December 21, 2014

President Meeting in Seoul South Korea

Departure: Flying to Seoul - South Korean Airlines plane
PRESIDENTIAL MEETING
IN SEOUL SOUTH KOREA

INTERNATIONAL SPACE1 EXPANDS OPERATIONS INTO USA, TAIWAN, SOUTH KOREA


South Korean Express Transport
The Space1 site survey in South Korea revealed numerous rural areas
Many modern skyscrapers were seen during the taxi ride in Seoul South Korea
INTRODUCTION
OF SKS -

SOUTH KOREA
SPACE1
The beauty of Seoul, South Korea tree lights near Christmas time
The trip to South Korea from Taiwan took place on four days, Thursday December 18 through Sunday December 21, 2014. The purpose was several fold, primarily to meet with the Director, Dara, of Space1 installation Wisdom Lab, to hold a meeting with the President of Space1, and to survey the region site throughout South Korea for the Space1 installation.

The journey was approximately a three hour flight one way. Upon landing, several modes of transport were required to reach the new location where South Korea Space1 laboratory (SKS) was established. Accomplishments included the South Korean Space1 Site Survey, the Space1 Presidential meeting with the agenda for 2015, and the Space1 Wisdom Lab meeting with South Korean Scientist/Conceptual Designer and Director Dara 지혜.

EPIC SUCCESS
The great success of Space1's twelve rockets for space tourism was reviewed and the President has directed the organization to continue its high technology development with support and funding in the coming new year.

WISDOM LAB
Dara successfully directed the ensemble of Space1's South Korean team and logistics resulting in a more accurate Space1 South Korea Site Survey and photographic data for further review, analysis and archive.

HIGH TECHNOLOGY POSITIONING 
Very high Korean technology was used for GPS vectors to establish point to point locations by inputting coordinate data. Korean mechanical construction techniques were reviewed as well as technology that could serve during a space tourism installation. Additionally, transports, housing, and positioning were reviewed.

PARTS SUPPLIERS
A route was also established via Space1's home base to the industrial parts suppliers organizations and stores. These places supplied all South Korean parts, supplies and materials. The purchase conversion was approximately 1000 WON equals 1 USA dollar.

Urban area: tightly congested with no space for aerospace testing sites


ASTRONOMICAL ANALYSIS
Astronomically speaking, Seoul is brightly lit in most locations, and other locations shut down most lights early in the morning. In view of an astronomical observatory located in the more remote sections of Dongdaemun, the planet Jupiter was clearly visible but stars were not visible. This provides data for the level of extinction at the city site.

Map for Dongdaemun Korea


ERT Site - Extremely Rough Terrain (corrected for some cabin reflections)

SITE ACCESS
It's interesting to note, the rural sections of the site survey revealed some remote areas with zero access. The ERT site, Extremely Rough Terrain, is seen in the photo above shot from a high speed moving transport. The site is remote enough, but access for space tourism would need to be established.

LAND FORMATION
This ERT site appears to have unusual land formations - sections of soil formed by a previous ocean bed or high current turbulent river. Smooth mounds of varying size distortions splayed countless conflicting orientations, prohibiting common vehicular travel.

South Korean mountains and snow capped regions during the ERT survey
LIGHTING
Remote sites had no lights whatsoever and would undoubtedly be advantageous and astronomically suited, and need to deal only with the light from distant adjacent populated sections of the city, estimated to be about a 40 minute drive away on the high speed transport. The high speed transport makes no stops throughout the ERT regio.

LAND SEISMIC DISTURBANCES The juxtaposition of the high speed transport would undoubtedly cause some vibratory land seismic disturbance in local distances. Positioning sites towards the mountains could isolate the effects for a scientific research outpost.

Space1 Magazine will continue in-house publishing, and will reveal numerous Space1 secrets developed for current use and in the future. It will reveal our vision for the current development and for the future of space tourism.

SPACE1 2015 PROJECTIONS
Presidential Meeting
In the new year 2015, Space1 will continue to develop space tourism and exploit the private funding necessary for projects in space flight and aerospace craft development. Some areas of continued research and development include the space tourism rocket, multifaceted and advanced space tourism technology, the return rocket plane, a space station, EAR Extremely Advanced Robotics, and other aspects of space tourism development.

RAMPING DEVELOPMENT It was agreed to continue primary development of the space Komputer, the Black Box Machine, the RTM Referential Time Machine, advanced external camera imaging, robotics and flight equipment for rocket lofting.

MULTI-D KAMERA IMAGING PROJECT
The Multi-D Kamera Imaging project will be introduced in 2015, designed to capture the space tourism flight from a multidimensional external location which will be varied in flux position. This allows flying the imager around the tourism rocket, and to provide vantage points from above and below. The MKIP provides a calculus and differential equation mode to capture the entropy of space flight.

SPACE STATION FLEET
The supporting space station will continue in development, and include a fleet of space stations to support the tourism rocket during takeoff, during flight, and during reentry. It's agreed the fleet will include three main size vehicles, deemed small, medium and large. In 2015, work will include nano support vehicles and mega structure vehicles with multiple engine clusters.

ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENTS
Also included in the budget is aerospace design for cabin interiors and far reaching conceptual developments. R&D will continue heavily, with Space1 Magazine expanding and continuing for in-house secret sharing.

LINKS
Temporary Humanoido Lab in Seoul South Korea
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2013/06/temporary-humanoido-lab-in-seoul-south.html

Meet the Rocket Science Team in Three Countries
http://humanoidolabs.blogspot.tw/2014/06/space1-rocket-science-team.html

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Lab Uprooting

Walking to the Laboratories
LAB UPROOTING
It was not a good idea to uproot the existing and very productive Humanoido Laboratories but no other choice was available when the owner decided to sell and remove all renters from the property.

Full Moon Study

The result of such action has equaled months of productive delays, put a damper of the rapid evo of Space1, shut down the 12 space telescopes, stopped development of the brain in a jar and the transfer of part of a human into the machine brain, and put the Big Brain into suspended animation, a kind of electronic hibernation.

During this time, a trip to South Korea is planned, to hold a meeting with the President in Korea, and to establish a meeting with Dara 지혜, Space1's Korean Scientist and Conceptual Designer. We will consult at the Korean Wisdom Lab regarding Space1's latest programs and update the research in technology.

Imprisoned critter in a jar

A method was established for mounting things in a jar using "Paste as You Wish" material. (see the previous posting) For our communications, an Iphone 6 Plus was obtained and upgraded three times with a transfer of the rocket app. The app determines the height of rocket launches.

The science library was expanded with Astronomical resources. Glass coated lenses for wide angle, microscope, and fish eye were obtained and tested. A pocket telescope was obtained and fit to the new iPhone 6+ camera. A revolutionary new camera feature on the Iphone 6+ was tested and put into operations (the dual HW SW image stabilization feature which allows short exposures to be made without tracking).

Sunday, December 7, 2014

DIY Alien in a Jar

The project is to put this alien into a jar
DIY ALIEN IMPRISONED IN A JAR PROJECT

As we moved our SETI equipment to a new laboratory location, for our own Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence in the Milky Way galaxy, we were appropriately gifted with the presence of a tiny alien!

This interior scape was color printed to serve as a method to modify the look of the jar


Completed alien imp in a jar seen in lid filtered room lighting

ALIENS
Predator, as seen in the two movies, came with it's own electronic whip from the future and multi-functional spear. The predator also has a mask, part of its protective warrior suit.

METHOD
To put a cap on its impish behavior, we decided to locate a home jar and encapsulate the little critter therein.

Impish little Predator is jar imprisoned for naughty behavior

JARS
Jars abound in the Humanoido Lab - for electronic projects housed in jars, electronic brains in jars, robots in jars, and now an alien in a jar. Plastic jars are free or low cost, easy to find, convenient to work, and can be recycled to help save the Earth's environment.

 SPOTLIGHTS
Attaching material
To showcase the imprisoned little beast, we obtained two micro-miniature LED flashlights, model number ZY-M020, one with white and one with red LEDs for NT$120.

These are tiny tri-multifunction lights with steady on, blinking, and strobing selections. The body is made from a type of neoprene flexible rubber with a looping flexible lanyard, a rigid plastic angle mount, and the embedded four function switch (including off). 

Each flashlight has two LEDs positioned 1/2-inch on center. A black battery compartment lid is the entry for 2xCR2032 battery cells.
See translation

THE HOME JAR
The plastic home jar came from the pet isle at the Welcome grocery store and contained pet food which was given away, and the label was removed.

Remove the label by applying heat to first soften the adhesive backing then slowly pullup a corner of the label and evenly pull it off. Do not pull too quickly or the label will tear and leave a sticky glue mess.

The reason for using a pet food jar is two fold, one, it has a carrying handle on the threaded lid top, and two, it has four nearly square sides for less image distortion when viewing the jar's interior.

This facilitates photography of the interior contents, in this case, a little alien beast, with almost no distortion.

Paste As You Wish Taiwan product

MOUNTING
The trick was mounting the Predator in the jar. Normally a putty type material adhesive is used, such as trade name Blu-Tack. However, in Taiwan, only a chinese product is available with a literally translated name of "Paste As You Wish."

TRANSLATION
The low cost "Paste As You Wish" attaching material is described as high tech, safe, nontoxic, pastes standing/flat surfaces, repeat use, environment friendly, and the method requires no glue, nails, or double sided stick tape.

(Information translated in Singapore) 

The printed star ship also did not fit the ambiance decor of the jar

It took a few moments of study to realize the material was not actually a goop of real tar, because some of the material was residual and stuck to hands and fingers.

Two 20g packages were obtained from the dollar store for NT$20 each. Five stores were visited to find the material. The product appears like a black sticky tar.

For use, stretch it and pull off a piece and then shape it like clay. Note: some black sticky tar-like pieces of the material may cling to hands or clothing, therefore be sure to knead the material for even consistency.


SCAPE RESULTS
The project included the color printing of various scapes such as the large star ship, the jungle, the future interior, and the collection of alien and human skulls and bones.

These collections of prints change the jar ambiance, style, location, and time era.

However, to avoid clutter, and for the best lighting and use of the strobing colored spotlights, the best impact is with the alien and it's three accessories only, showcased inside the jar.

CUTE COSBABY
The Predator figure is a cute CosBaby AVPR Wolf Predator action figure in baby form (Catalog Number 1686203) from Hot Toys, with articulated joints, highly detailed accessories and removable weapons. Made from vinyl, it stands 3-inchs tall.

HOT TOYS LTD is a Hong Kong based production house, established in 2000. They design, develop, and manufacture highly detailed with actual likeness toy merchandise to worldwide markets. 

www.hottoys.com.hk


PREDATOR OR ALIEN
How confusing can it get? Is predator an alien? Yes. But is Predator "Alien?" No. To see the difference between Predator and Alien, watch the 2004 movie Alien vs Predator.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alien_vs._Predator_film
 
For the poster download (seen below)
http://superhappycashcow.com/pic/Aliens/avp/cosbaby/