Thursday, 10 June 2010

Kutta Condition.

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This post is about mission planning, it is not a lesson in aeronautics knowledge, it is not a lesson in exam specialising, it is what mission planning is all about. You see, many people in life spend so much time wanting to be it all at once, we know that things require time, they require patience and they require an acquisition of virtue, that substance that is the binding to the tasks morality and it's capability, so, truefully, the ground work.


Yes, that initial 'whats first' where is the 'a' to get to 'b'?

It starts with an alarm clock, whether you need to be someplace or not, even on days off work or rest days from studying, set your alarm, you must, its what keeps you going into your routine.

CAUTION = The music of this posting has been selected for a clarity regarding time checking. [Particularly relevant to Hollywood].

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Methodical deep space training requires a systematic region by region knowledge of the space dimensions, getting into a goldfish bowl has it's merits on a hot day and on a cold day that needs ice to thaw it aswell has it's merits, but, why on a warm day? You see, looking at the bowl with the light directly behind would perhaps show glimmers of why you would like to get in it, it could aswell show dark patches that would need considering regarding it's temperature, accordingly ion charged solar winds could easily be responsible for exaggerated ultra violet rays that could compress a small vessel in an environment, similar to Lagrangian points which operate different energy signatures to spacial dynamic conversion and convoluting.

Which is why methane that comes out of meat is a reactive liability, but, other virus's await stimulation that stomach acids produce from nervousness, adrenalin and nausea which is why the payload consideration for liquid food supplements would dramatically change the vessel volume.


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biorhythms of a heliosphere...

Pendulum / Sounds of life...

Pendulum / Voyager graphics...

Pendulum / Voyager...

Pendulum / The terminal...


A significant factor with deep space travel will be melanin, it's quantification to protection of plasma environments will be a telling factor with blood plasma ability to adapt to aeroavionics and spacial perimeter tangients. As we have all learnt that different regions of our planet operate different ion distribution approximities to each potential candidate astronaught. It is a reason many will learn during the coming years that 'star trek' is a really essential chapter for astronaught training and technical knowledge...

Pendulum / Hold your colour...

Pendulum / Blood sugar...

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Oxygen count in the blood is still yet to be investigated in deep space, a pressurised environment obviously has it's protective abilities, but, when men go where they have not been before, invariably they learn new things that change and cause chemical reactions around the body, pressure in deep space certainly varies from our magnetosphere space and all vessels that we have built among them not one has carried humans into deep space, I suggest that has food does blood plasma becomes changes, but, more significantly aswell will the speed at which food goes stale, my early experiments which time splicing were with food, as the wives tales says, milk turns sour in the presence of a witch...

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Pendulum / Fasten your seat belt...

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Ok, the NASA dietitian has prescribed a diet supplement based on being a three foot alien with plasma protection!!! The newer versions hopefully will not include meat obviously for storage reasons, infection reasons, and waste reasons. The Sodium missing from our star 'which is found on the moon' has not been and does not hyperventilate at the same rate of consumption as excretion on our planet which tells me that the synchronisation has been assimilated to a rotary not contributary to an astronauts evolution, but, detrimental to deep space planning. The magnetosphere time lapse of 4 minutes of light between moon and our planet equates to a fallout of energy distribution associated with regolith plant growth on the dark side on the moon.

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Pendulum / Salt in the Wounds...

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As I was saying at the ''humans 200 years later'' post, our diet and regime would immediately decide our evolutionary biology, it is something to think about because the knowledge we have of these process's is sparse, hopefully low earth orbit science of these next 50 years gives us credibility regarding our development procedure into space it is certainly what I believe the president has decided for our generation to start, the previous presidents laying the immediate perimeter security fence considering the technology available to civilians which pharmaceutical companies, petrol companies, and textile companies would be spending money on research and development. Our race is expanding at a speed's [see population gauge at side of page] faster than city development and choice designations would perhaps become difficult to occupy.

Moving from place to place while maintaining ion charge according to deep space requirements, iron tempering that needs regular regime change and maintenance, body conditioning that is central to food supplement and food supplement that is subject to availability, i.e cheese, banana, yam, green banana, spinach, nutmeg, okra...

Pendulum immersion / Crush

Pendulum / Spiral...

Pendulum / The island...

Long distance journeys will certainly require frisky monitoring regarding biorhythm activity, it could be an obvious indication of sexual prowess and promiscuity in deep space... That is if deep space still has it in it!!!

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Obviously planning some sort of vaccine for protection against zero gravity biological effects would be very useful.

My recent research into zero gravity training techniques has seen me consider a region of the brain that could possibly be a huge significance to space exploration if proper research is appropriated, I reason that 'second-order neurons' above and on top of the 'dorsal horn' could be negotiated to manage reception of signals to the brain and central nervous system that cause resonance program defecting in the body during and after micro gravity experience. A number of potential procedures could nullify the effects of muscle waste and bone disintegration by increasing the frequency at which the neurons interact with the dorsal horn or actually dampen the regions action associating to body functions perhaps as connected to the motor neurons region. I believe that it would be possible to have a simple pill that would provide immunity against any micro gravity side effects associated with the deterioration of the body.

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Pendulum / Another planet...

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your own personal toilet could be a good thing...

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History of the environment is what this level of travelling is all about, laying the path to safe space exploration is a multitude of different varying knowledge subjects that combine to produce what we modernly name astrophysics, it is astrochemistry that is the governing decisive of psysics that we seem to believe is a quotient value of methodical resource tracking, these derivatives necessitate a thorough education of historical content producing an evolutionary path that is viable for the balance needed to proceed along it.

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Pendulum / Shapeshifter

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It's really important that you look at the right light.

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The molecular clock system and it's activity around the solar system, galaxy, constellations and universe will be an exciting thing to learn... Will it lead us to the constellation of Horologium 'the clock'!!!

Recent indications from the white house for an economic stimulous show a stealth encouragement towards manpower in space, the obvious connotations of developing nanotechnology are for the reduction of carry space in computing mathematics, the size of the investment shows strickly a data process use for the technology classification that all would consider an exceptional boon to chemistry and identification of new processing requirements for space infrastructure. Obviously the president's political stance on investing into robotics is of humane proportions to the development of manned space flight and the human evolution into space. My serious concern is that the president does not exhaust his personal security on robot development and I.T.A.R banned backstreet robotics, I believe it would be an immortal ruling for the banning of robot android technology and an enormous bounty for a declaration of a human only space planetoid surface exploration only treaty signed and ratified by all the world governments, at the start of what is a hugely exciting era for our race, it would be a calamity for it to end by wreckless technology monitering.

Pendulum / Insecurity...

Setting the 21st Century Research Agenda
June 2, 2010 at 3:22 PM EDT
One of my goals at OSTP is to reduce the time between when the research community identifies potentially high-impact ideas and when these ideas are embraced and implemented by Federal science agencies. During the 1990s, for example, I worked with the research community and program managers across the Federal government to develop the National Nanotechnology Initiative. That initiative was launched in FY 2001 with a $500 million budget, and as of this year has invested more than $12 billion into this important new technology, helping position the United States as the world leader in both nanotechnology R&D and commercialization.
There is a variety of mechanisms through which the research community can participate in agenda-setting. One model I have found to be very valuable is exemplified by the Computing Community Consortium (CCC). Launched in 2007 with funding from the National Science Foundation and consisting of researchers from more than 200 universities and research institutes across the country, the CCC has played an important role in identifying and promoting exciting “visions” for the future of Information Technology (IT) research—ideas that have the potential to attract the best and brightest to the field, drive economic growth, and address national challenges in areas such as health, energy, and education.
In late 2008, for example, the CCC mobilized some of the top researchers in the IT field to write (in less than two weeks!) short papers for the Obama transition team on topics such as e-Science, quantum computing, and the future of DARPA. The CCC has also organized workshops to develop detailed research roadmaps in areas such as robotics, data-intensive computing, and health information technology. These papers and workshop reports have had a clear influence on Administration budget and recruiting decisions and have already sparked collaborations between government, industry, and academia. The agility and flexibility of the CCC is particularly important for a field like IT, which changes rapidly and has such a profound impact on science and engineering, the economy, and our society.
I believe there is a strong case for replicating the CCC model in other areas of research. These efforts would not necessarily need to be organized around traditional disciplines. For example, one could imagine analogues to the CCC in areas of research such as clean energy, nanoscale science and engineering, and the “interfaces” of biology, the physical sciences, and engineering. They would undoubtedly strengthen the ability of the United States to identify and support transformative research.

For me the exciting thing about minimising funding is that resources seem to become bigger when managed properly, as I have repetatively said on previous blog posts, I have absolute conviction that the flexible approach is so totally the ''right'' way to develope the required infrastructure for space tourism and space business, the emphasis on ''new business start ups'' is an excellently concieved plot for new individual's to become the pillars of democracy on the platform the president has decided to implement *while* adding to the NASA budget according to the requirement's of America staying ahead in space aeronautic vessel development for manned orbiting landers and capsules.

I think it is a really exciting era for people with business plans to go and sit in front of their bank manager with a plan to be a person, a person doing business in America for the advancement of American's, it is rare that such an opportunity for inspired investing has been among people who so rightly have saved their ambitons for a realities that the president has now put on the table.

NASA Nurtures New Ideas for Near Orbit
May 25, 2010 at 5:07 PM EDT
One of the exciting new NASA programs supported by the President’s budget is the Commercial Reusable Suborbital Research (CRuSR) program. CRuSR will help foster the development of commercial reusable transportation to “near space,” a step along the path to providing the Nation with much lower-cost and more reliable access to orbital space. The overall goal of CRuSR is regular, frequent, and predictable access to the edge of space at a reasonable cost with easy recovery of intact payloads.
Thanks in large part to the $10 million Ansari X Prize, a new generation of commercial suborbital spacecraft has been under development by entrepreneurs like Richard Branson, Jeff Bezos, John Carmack, David Masten, and Jeff Greason. CRuSR—one of several innovative priorities for NASA’s new Chief Technology Officer, Bobby Braun—is building on that momentum. Starting next year, NASA will invest $15 million per year to support a wide range of technology demonstrations, educational experiments, and science payloads on these new vehicles.
This program will leverage significant investment by the private sector to provide quick, routine access to the edge of space. NASA will work with this new industry to develop flight data standards and payload procedures that maximize the amount of data retrieved from each flight.
It will also give undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity of a lifetime. They’ll help design and build new hardware, work side-by-side with rocket scientists to integrate the experiments into the vehicles, and analyze the data once each experiment has been completed. There may even be opportunities for middle and high school students, who could travel to the nearest spaceport to see their science experiment blast off into space.
With its mix of technology development, public-private investment, and educational potential the program a tribute to CTO Braun’s creativity and a perfect example of President Obama’s charge to NASA—to “inspire wonder in a new generation, sparking passions and launching careers.”

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Jun 04, 2010 04:51 pm

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The following is a statement by NASA Administrator Charles Bolden regarding Friday’s launch of Space Exploration Technologies’ Falcon 9 rocket. ”Congratulations to Space X on today’s launch of its Falcon 9 launch vehicle. Space X’s accomplishment is an important milestone in the commercial transportation effort and puts the company a step closer to providing cargo services to the International Space Station.
“Preparations are proceeding for the first NASA-sponsored test launch under the Commercial Orbital Transportation Services project later this year. COTS is a vital development and demonstration partnership to create a commercial space transportation system capable of providing cargo to the station. “This launch of the Falcon 9 gives us even more confidence that a resupply vehicle will be available after the space shuttle fleet is retired.”

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