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4.  Introduction to Atom manipulators

The atom manipulator is a technology that “manipulates” atoms, electrons and EM radiations (for simplicity purposes this patent application will discuss only manipulation of atoms).  The technology is made up of a laser system embedded inside a machine that tracks surrounding atoms and shoots beams of laser at them so they can bounce off other atoms to move things around.

A good analogy is pool.  Think of atoms as balls on a pool table and the laser beam as the pool stick.  The pool player has an objective to move certain balls to certain locations on the table.  By using the pool stick and bouncing balls around, certain balls can move around and station themselves at certain locations on the pool table. 

In the real world, atoms are not stored in a vacuum, but they move around, sometimes systematically and other times randomly.  We live in a dynamic world where forces by intelligent and non-intelligent objects move atoms around.  The idea is to use the laser system to shoot photons at surrounding atoms and these atoms will hit other atoms repeatedly until the targeted atoms are reached.  If a person blows wind with his mouth, the wind can only affect close-by objects, while far away objects won’t be affected.  The reason why is because the force of wind sent by the mouth is not monitored atom by atom.  FIG. 19A and 19B are demonstrations of two examples of how wind affects distance objects.  The first example shows a human being blowing wind with his mouth.  Notice that the wind disperses quickly because the atoms are bouncing chaotically and away from the targeted area.  In the second example, the atom manipulator shoots concentrated laser beams at atoms so they can either avoid other atoms or bounce atoms toward the targeted area.  The second example shows that by tracking where each atom will be in the future, the atom manipulator can bounce atoms toward the targeted area and the energy that is used to shoot the laser beams from the atom manipulator are not wasted.

FIG. 19A


FIG. 19B

This is the basic idea behind the atom manipulator – to build a machine (a laser system) that will track surrounding atoms and to fire concentrated photons at atoms to either make them go to a target area or to bounce off other atoms to reach the targeted area. 

How is this going to move physical objects in the real world?  Well, wind can move objects around if there are enough forces involved.  A small gust of wind can move objects in short distances, while strong wind like a tornado can move a car in long distances.  It’s about how much force is in the wind and where the force is being applied.  The energy and the force are supplied by the laser system in the atom manipulator.  The more lasers that hit atoms the more force is involved. 

If you think about it, we can apply this technology to a number of different things.  An anti-gravity machine can be built, whereby it has the capability of levitating any object (think of Star wars).  We can make objects float in the air or move them around based on our preferences.  These objects can weigh 5 ounces or 5 tons, the atom manipulator will simply apply enough force to certain areas to levitate these objects. 

Another great feature of the atom manipulator is that it can be used to concentrate energy in an “intelligent way”.  Since the AI can track all atoms, electrons and EM radiation, the laser can zap other electrons and force it to go in certain directions.  The laser system will try to zap as much electrons from the environment and force it to travel to a targeted area.  It can also generate its own electrons, so in addition to the electrons in the environment the atom manipulator can use its own power source.  All energy will then travel toward the target area and be there at a specific time. 

The laser beam can be controlled and can do anything that the user wants.  It can make an explosion at certain areas at certain times.  For example, if the atom manipulator is two yards away from a computer (or server), it can concentrate enough energy to explode targeted computer chips in the computer.  The computer can be 50 miles away, the atom manipulator can still explode the chip in the computer.

Exploding a computer chip is just one function of the atom manipulator, it can also:  stop the flow of power to certain areas of the computer, introduce certain external instructions, block gates inside computer chips, turn certain functions of software on or off by introducing external computer codes and so forth.

Essentially, the atom manipulator can control how a computer will behave in terms of software and hardware from a distance.  If a computer was turned on and running the windows operating system, the atom manipulator can go into the monitor and use the pixels to super-impose a message on the screen.  The message has nothing to do with the software.  In another case, the atom manipulator can explode the power transformer and disable the hardware of the computer.  It can also damage any targeted area of the computer in terms of hardware.

Other capabilities of the atom manipulator includes:  building cars/planes that travel at the speed of light, building intelligent weapons, creating physical objects from thin air, using a chamber to manipulate objects, making objects invisible, building super powerful lasers, creating strong metals and alloys, creating the smallest computer chip, storing energy without any solar panels or wind turbines, making physical DNA, manipulating any object in the world and so forth. 


Summary of the atom manipulator

The atom manipulator can be applied to many different machines.  For simplicity purposes let’s apply the atom manipulator to a plane.  Using the methods I described above, this plane doesn’t need wings or a propulsion system.  Also, the plane can travel at the speed of light – which is the fastest plane that can be built.  The plane will also have anti-gravity abilities and can float in the air, accelerate quickly, stop abruptly, maneuver around obstacles efficiently and so forth.

Some of my ideas might not be perfect, but I try to be as creative as possible.  FIG. 20 is a diagram of this plane.  The shape is basically a sphere so that it can travel in all directions equally.  My original idea was a disk like shape (shapes of common UFOs), but it would be very hard to travel up or down because the top and bottom of the craft are flat.  I decided to us a spherical-shaped plane instead.  The occupants will be located in the center of the plane and there are various laser systems set up around the center.  On the outer shell, there is a layer that contains moveable atoms in various types.  The lasers can shoot some of these atoms out into the environment and let it bounce around to the targeted areas.  I call this part the atom reserves layer.  On the other hand, the laser can shoot at atoms that pre-exist in the environment.

FIG. 20

The atom reserves layer contains different types of atoms that can be introduced into the environment so they can do things.  For example, iron atoms can be used to form tools that can accomplish tasks.  The plane can shoot lasers at the atom reserves layer to form an axe so that it can be used to chop trees or to form a knife to do surgery on a patient.  When the axe is formed, the plane has to also manipulate the air so that the axe will move a certain way to chop a tree.

The atom reserves layer can also open up pockets of holes so that the laser can shoot out into the environment.  

In order to fly, the plane has to manipulate the air in the environment and to push the plane in a certain direction with a certain force.  If you look at conventional propulsion engines, they simply spin propellers and the force of the propellers pushes the plane in one direction.  The force that pushes the plane in one direction has a lot of wasted energy.  In order to understand this let’s use a hover craft for example.  Imagine that a hover craft has a propeller at the bottom that spins and the force of the spin pushes it upwards.  Referring to FIG. 21, notice that most of the air is pushed out of the hover craft.  The air that is pushed out is the wasted energy from the propeller.

FIG. 21

In FIG. 22, the plane with the atom manipulator is different because all the energy from the laser system is used efficiently.  Notice that atoms that bounce outside of the plane are bounced back in?  This is how energy is conserved.  In order to do this the atom manipulator has to know where all atoms are in the future and create bounces that will bounce any given atom back to push the plane.  As stated before artificial intelligence is needed in order to build these types of planes.

FIG. 22

The plane can move at any angle and it can slow down or accelerate.  If the pilot wants to move the plane up then the laser system has to bounce atoms around the bottom of the plane.  If the pilot wants to move the plane to the right then the laser system has manipulate the air to push the plane from the left. 

Acceleration will be done gradually.  If too much force is put on the plane at one time, the plane might we damaged.  The pushing of air has to come gradually, slowly at first, and then as the plane moves, apply more and more force so it can speed up. 


Planes that travel at light speed

In order to travel at light speed, the plane has to travel in a vacuum.  The atom manipulator can clear a pathway for the plane to travel before it moves.  The atom manipulator in the plane must first create a pathway (a vacuum pathway) by putting up a force field around the pathway.  The force field serves two purposes:  it pushes air out and it prevents air from coming in. Then when the connection is met, the plane will accelerate itself to travel to the destination location.  In later chapters I will discuss how the force field is created. 


How does the technology work?

Let’s discuss what is needed for the plane to operate correctly.  The plane has to store pathways that have various data types such as sensed data, laser instructions, robot commands and so forth in order to operate the plane.  The AI has to search for the pathways that best match a given situation; and use these pathways to instruct the laser system to shoot atoms in the environment.

This method is no different from a human robot searching for a pathway based on a given situation.  The only difference is that “extra” data types have to be included in the pathways.  We aren’t dealing with simply one level of sensed data, we are dealing with many hierarchical levels of sensed data.  For example, a human being can only see the environment using one type of visual frames.  In this plane, the visual senses see in multiple levels of clarity.  The plane will record visual senses in hierarchical levels.  For example, the top-level visual environment has human visibility, and on the other hand, the bottom-level visual environment has microscopic visibility, whereby every atom is seen. 

The visual frames will be 360 degrees and not the traditional 2-d frames used in human robots.  In other words, the vision part will have the images of an object externally and internally.           

The brain of the atom manipulator (the plane) comprises pathways that store 3 data types:  1.  the clarity tree.  2.  the robot’s pathways.  3.  encapsulated work (or hidden instructions).  FIG. 23 is a diagram depicting the data structure of the atom manipulator.   

FIG. 23

All three data types must have reference pointers to each other.  The clarity tree is 3-d, but 3-d is derived from 2-d and since the robot’s pathways are in 2-d, they will be referenced to the 3-d pathways from the clarity tree.  For example, if the top level of the clarity tree is the environment around the plane and the robot’s pathways is looking at one point of view of the environment, the 2-d pathways from the robot will lock onto the area it is seeing in the 3-d pathways. 

The clarity tree is created from the signalless technology.  Multiple cameras will be mounted on the plane’s external shell and the information will be fed into an AI software called the signalless technology to generate a clarity tree.  The signalless technology will take all information from the cameras and formulate what actually exist inside and outside the cameras.  It uses artificial intelligence to map out all atoms, electrons and EM radiations from the environment.

With a detailed map of all atoms, electrons and em radiations from the environment, the signalless technology will generate different levels of clarity of the environment.  These levels will be stored hierarchically from general to specific.  FIG. 23 is an illustration of a clarity tree, whereby each level has a pathway with different clarity.  At the top level is a 3-d pathway that has human visibility, at the medium level is a 3-d pathway that has molecule visibility and at the lowest level is a 3-d pathway that has atom visibility. 

Referring to FIG. 24, each frame of the pathway is a snapshot of the environment in a 3-d manner, whereby there is a focus area and a peripheral area.  The focused area is very detailed and clear, while the peripheral area is blurry and information are partially missing. 

FIG. 24

The robot’s pathways are also stored in the pathways because the robot is controlling the plane and his actions and his thoughts should be stored with what is in the environment.  The clarity tree is not based on what the robot is sensing.  The clarity tree is extra data to help the pathways understand the environment.  However, the robot’s pathways and the clarity tree have relations in that the robot is controlling the plane based on the same environment. 

Thus, the pathways store what the robot senses from the environment as well as what it doesn’t sense from the environment. 

The last data type is encapsulated work.  Each robot has a 6th sense that allows them to enter the virtual world to do work.  The robot will create the instructions in how the laser system should operate based on many training examples.  The robots will also build the interface functions that will link the controls of the plane to the hidden instructions accomplished by work done in the virtual world. 

When the robot presses the acceleration button, there are instructions to accomplish this task.  If the robot push on the breaks there are instructions to accomplish this task.  If the robot turns the joystick to the right there has to be instructions to accomplish this task.  By working in the virtual world, the robots can use technology and train the pathways to do certain things based on fixed controller or software interfaces. 

Encapsulation of work means that the robots have to build certain functions and encapsulate these functions into other functions.  For example, the functions at the atom level will be built first and the robot will encapsulate these functions into functions at the molecule level.    

In the next chapter I will describe in detail how all three data types work.  


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