Design energy systems for new type of space travel. (Conceptual completed)
Design spacecraft and prototype small scale tests.(Ideation stage)
Build models and pattern sequencer for system negotiation.(Ideation stage)
Scale models and pattern cognitive intelligence.
Test models and interplanetary travel.
Automate model generation and interplanetary travel.
Traveling past Earth's orbit reliably and consistently requires a different way of thinking. FindInfinite Labs is dedicated to designing and delivering a new engine and way to travel.
FindInfinite combines human and cognitive intelligence to deliver exceptional systems and flight.
Building an engine that is self-sustaining and surpassess the speed of light is a core research initiative.
Utilizing an iterative approach, continuous delivery ensures not only the fastest time to market but also a higher level of quality and consistency.
FindInfinite Labs opens new ways to travel and new safety problems to solve.
The MPQE systems are foundational to energy production, exosystem technology and rapid delivery.
Quantum mechanics and computing are necessary to travel at new speeds and in different ways. Quantum spaces and transdimensional travel follow their own physics and dynamics. FindInfinite Labs is developing a new transdimensional flight system and has already prototyped simulations of this type of travel. Design and development is underway with an estimated test date of July 1, 2023.
Transdimensional flight simulator uses newly discovered quantum properties to create tunnels through space and time.
Dual Cross Model Phasing is the theory that particles in different models can phase in and out of each other while exhibiting the same properties.
An evaluation of Quantum Stage evolution and dynamics. A study into extending the quantum lifecycle.
Transdimensional Ionized Particle Extension theorizes on the postulate that quantum particles can extend and multiply across dimensions.
FindInfinite is targeting 2023 as the first test of the new MPQC engine. It also includes the simulators, safety protocols, a reproducable and viable quantum engine and computing architecture for space travel. This includes full simulation and delivery of a working prototype. We are currently searching for funding and researchers to make a significant contribution.
Are you a student or theorist? Are you interested in contributing to something tangible? Are you fascinated by new ideas? Then please get in contact with us.