Yearly Archives: 2022

  • Early Manned Mars Mission

    Holly Snyder Editor In the depths of the Atmospheric Science section of the Archive, we found a 4-page, hand spiral bound, typed document from the 1960s titled ‘Early-Manned Mars Missions”. This was a rare find in that its content was complete, but it is also an astonishing realization about the knowledge we actually had in …

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  • Wheels. Everyone has them somewhere.

    Robert Enzmann To the best of our knowledge, the earliest wheels were cut of wood planks, pegged together, then cut round. It might seem that discs could be cut from a tree trunk, but this doesn’t work. Unless the disc is sealed at once, today with polyurethane, long ago perhaps with oil– unless the disk …

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  • Dr. Enzmann In His Own Words

    Robert Enzmann in 1946 (22yrs of age) wrote:   I must not be too modest, so let’s be frank. I am a genius, and a genius second to none. Someone asked me: “When do you expect that you will receive the Nobel Prize for your monumental contributions to world literature?” “The Nobel Prize,” I snapped, “these …

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  • Coordinates of Time

    In Order Theory – Coordinates and Measurement of Time, Dr. Enzmann defines time and its various conceptions of direction; Observed Time (tob ),  Relative Time (tr ), Absolute -5th Order Time (tab), and Maximum and Minimum Time Intervals. Time can only be established by an Observer. He discusses how these observations would be affected given …

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  • Do You Love Language?

    Robert Duncan-Enzmann Robots  are becoming a critical part of our world. For them to be functional they need to learn language – for whatever culture they will be of use in. The Enzmanns have programmed AI robots, and the basics, similar to a child’s dictionary, are where the process begins. This list is a drop …

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  • Syd Mead’s Enzmann Starship

    Syd Mead painted two Enzmann Starships with the Daedalus, published in the National Geographic Atlas of the Universe, in the 1980s. There are over one million in print. There is a show of Syd Mead’s work here: https://www.lcad.edu/exhibition/syd-mead-progressions. The Enzmann Starships are popular with space artists, both for sci-fi and nonfiction. See more at the …

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