So I couldn’t sleep one night and got to tinkering with some molecular modeling software after researching Moore’s Law and the current size of nm’s of current tech and figured out a configuration that’s—as the title puts it—~sub .4-.9nm across—depending on the build type for semiconductors that with a simple bond arrangement change becomes an inverter.
If I can get anyone interested in it I can show them the models and the get the geometry tested as I don’t think a simple iPad app or a non functioning Avogadro system is doing it for me at the moment.
But the electrostatic orbitals are gorgeous. They’re quite neat. Avogadro can’t do a damned thing though, honestly. The iPad app gave me more information.
I had to come up with a new style of lithography based off current tech to get it down. It’s got a long way to go but I figured out the head system last night I think (or the beginnings of it anyway) and how to spread them out.
If you’re interested in Moore’s Law and can point me towards companies that would be willing to do business with a newbie who’s looking to perfect/patent/ and lease the materials to them let a fella know. I know not being able to release images from this project sucks but I will be able to do that with them once they sign the appropriate documentation.
I also know I have a lot to learn, but I’m so willing to get this done, just for the sheer thrill. Yours, -J.
While I was in Arizona looking after my ailing mother I took to vaping for a few days—nothing serious, or even nicotine based, but what I did do was look up the ingredients that got to sub 4 pt font on the labels as used in the materials and what I came away with surprised me.
They use plastic flexing material chemicals in non nicotine liquids to make it go down smoothly. If I had the names of the brands with me I would post them all—but I don’t as I had to throw them out as I got on the flight and they don’t allow non removable batteries on the their any longer after the Samsung fiasco.
I mean for the real stuff, nicotine based or otherwise, use resins and other chemicals, and if you ever talk to someone who’s worked on surfboards back a few decades ago before safety regulations were as stringent as they are today—if they’re even here, they’ll tell you it was the resin dust that destroyed their lungs.
It’s not hard to find out what’s in the stuff you’re putting in your body, but I’ll admit vaping is relaxing—like hookah without the guilt, though hookah is like smoking a pack a day every 20-30 minutes or so, or so I’ve heard.
Just be careful folks, read your labels, and look after each other—and if you see one of your friends vaping and care about them, ask them to look into what’s in the materials list and if literally look it all up and you’ll probably never want to vape again.
We know the foods grown in most areas of the planet at this point and where they go. So we know what they’re eating. So we can use what foods lacking materials cause the greatest number of cases of oral polio virus.
From there we can build real or artificial stool sample ranges that cover all bases or regional bases of foods within an area and prepare proper recovery samples for after taking OPV to shorten or eradicate the contagious time between if taken concurrently with the vaccine. It may be helpful at first to synthesize the vaccine within the samples to make it absorbable by the body so that waste doesn’t come out but is instead destroyed by the gut biome.
I really want to make an invisibility cloak just for the hell of it.
So you stitch together a weave of 360 cameras with blind spots intersected with oleds (or basic leds) that run cool but fill in the blanks of the intersection. Then it’s a matter of making cones of light around the cameras and cycling them fast enough so that they both capture the side video of the material to show through the other side while hiding the lenses. Shadows are more difficult, but I wonder if a material that’s reflective but dulling in nature would offer a shadow at all or not, since it’s both reflective and absorbing at the same time, can we make it so they cancel one another out and through no shadow by projecting 12 o’clock light and draping it to the ground. It would have to be woven because it would need to cover any shape.
So how to we go about cross referencing the 180 to 180º displacement by having half one camera on one side split around the shape stitched semi around the shape so that one camera negates its self on the other side. Which probably means pairing the cameras at first until smaller cameras can be made and higher definition can be created and more angles of reduction can be created. Let’s start with a flat surface:
So you end up with a mesh of cameras with 180º views arranged in a chain mail view that can be vertical or at an angle if stitched correctly. Once its made you warp it around an object and, say a cylinder for ease of production, add a controller that stitches the videos in real time and displays the opposite matrix of video on the other side and the faster the processor the better it’ll hide the material. The problem is getting a lot of 360º cameras cheaply, a controller I can work with, and meshes of leds that should probably be painted black and then cleaned to allow only the light through that’s needed unless a new form of smoked led is created that diffuses light except at the point of being viewed.
Once static is done properly, you add in a second controller with proper leds for waving of fabric by analyzing the light coming into the system so it can dull in real time.
If you want smoothest production, you would need to get them to move in real time so that they could handle an angle then mathematically cross stitch them properly.
Couldn’t we use a Möbius strip design through magnetic fields in a vacuum and magnetic guard rails around both circumferences to make them orientable? It would double the travel surface area meaning up to x times the speeds possible as long as the magnetic fields were maintained unevenly or not on a rigid surface to allow the möbius time to “jiggle” a little until collision while still being held in place by the magnetic fields in play. It also means the cooling would be almost halfed because you could cool a smaller denser area.
First you would need to make the Möbius strip magnetic troughs on both “sides” of the material. Doable by inverting one half against the other in a v shaped pattern. Then you’d need an upper housing to keep the atoms in place so they could be accelerated. What would that be? Another Möbius strip.
I was just basing it on deflection interpretations shown form collisions in the past, they strike out straight, at slight and significant angles and then otherwise curl away.
But if you did build one there would be some trouble building a magnetic trough as it would be a v at first and at ^ where it met itself if done around once, I think—So would it pay to start with two troughs going in separate directions as many times as needed (Minimum 2 opposing lines traveling in opposite directions meeting somewhere along that line [midpoint possible but anywhere achievable if speeds are attainable]) and then converging at a point. For that matter do they accelerate the materials to the same speeds or relative speeds to the masses of the isotopes being intertwined? I realize they would need different accelerations and magnetic field densities.
Now the question becomes can you house a Möbius strip within a housing that allows proper collision. The answer is yes. Just A custom magnetic housing. The other question is, is there a need for a Möbius strip collider? It’s more maths to get the collisions right, but you get twice the distance per round before collision for a similar amount of space.
Also according to google if you search for Möbius strip benefits it seems to say that they last twice as long as a loop because they wear down evenly. Who’s to say that the collision points wouldn’t need retuning after each use but it may minimize the amount of maintenance needed.
Used Gesso and Black 2.0 which is interesting, but a little delicate while it’s drying I think the problem was a that I was painting over a gessoed and already painted surface and some of the canvas teeth were not allowing paint in. But it’ll do for now, and I can finally say after years of this dang things reference sitting in my collection that I got a version of it done. It’s not the photorealistic 6×8’ version I had planned but it was a worthwhile nonetheless. Now I’ve got a huge canvas to tackle and then I think I’ve run out of canvas’s to work with and finally start to get rid of them for the move.