Combinational Physics

Combinational Physics

Team Cell Structure
   
    The first generation of Combinational Physics is called the TeamCell Concept, an experiment set up as a causal chain of random and methodical events, inputs, and outputs.  The designer(s) of each experiment dictates and defines the general purpose and construction of each unique overall experiment and the specifications and criteria of each contribution (TeamCell) to the overall experiment. Each sub-experiment qualifies itself.

Self-assembling Robots
More Prior Art for TeamCell Structures
Surprisingly simple scheme for self-assembling robots
A prototype of a new modular robot, with its innards exposed and
its flywheel which gives it the ability to move independently pulled out.
Photo: M. Scott Brauer

    The TeamCell Concept is module-based experimentation which turns the laboratory into an assembly-line style factory. The operation uses both calculated and random input, which accelerates the progress of any given experiment. Precautionary safeguards and algorithms are carefully used at the beginning of each experiment design to prevent undesired dangerous results that are already known.

    To test many different hypotheses, the multiple modules, patented or donated, are designed by different persons. ie: scientists, engineers, doctors, college students, company employees, middle schools students, non-scientists, and science novices. Acceleration is provided by methodically improvising computer aided team efforts. Many hypothetical micro-managed CPU modules are contributed to each macro-managed computer guided experiment.

    TeamCell contributions can be implanted into the overall experiment in the form of ideas, formulas, computer programs, algorithms, specific choreographies or combinations of existing or new TeamCells, or actual physical cells designed by contributing participants. Each TeamCell contribution must meet criteria and specifications of the overall experiment. The compatible TeamCell Contribution can be potentially patented for a royalty arrangement within the experiment, or the cell can be paid for by the designers, sponsors, or "producers" of each unique overall TeamCell Experiment.

Robots That Reproduce

Robots That Reproduce

Another Idea for TeamCell Experimentation
    So that each module can participate in the experiment, each unit is required to meet conforming criteria, such as having uniform outer dimensions, weight limitations, construction integrities, CPU specifications, communication specifications and volatility specifications. Each macro-experiment has different interior module specifications, depending on the properties, factors or conditions the macro-experiment designer wants to introduce into the given experiment.

   
The TeamCell Concept is a computerized system for accelerating a natural selection progress within the technical experimentation process, accelerated evolution, accelerated progress, accelerated success, accelerated knowledge gathering that can solve any given problem. Examples of properties that will be introduced into experiments are liquids, chemicals, gases, medical specimens, dry solids, lasers, sound waves, microwaves, electromagnetic waves, batteries, motors, hydraulic pressures, concepts, words, ideas, formulas, computer programs and algorithms, and any specific choreographies or combinations of existing or new TeamCells. The TeamCell Concept applies to all fields of research.
Robot Watch: Atomic Bonds
More Prior Art for TeamCell Structures
Robot Watch: Atomic Bonds


    The heart of the micro-managed module TeamCell sub-experiment is whatever the designer of the individual cell wants to introduce. Modules will be dynamic, static, active or passive. Except for the module meeting minimum uniform criteria of the test, no other results will be mandatorily subjective. Seemingly sublime elements are as welcome into an experiment as any other module which otherwise appears to better formulated, pragmatic, or sensible. Modules will be randomly and/or methodically included in and excluded from multiple macro-managed experiments. This disorder-satisfied random and methodical test hypothesis will be surmised by the designers of the macro-managed experiment, designers of any given sub-experiment module, or randomly or methodically surmised by the computer or program, itself.

Method for manufacture and assembly of computers

Method for manufacture and assembly of computers
More Prior Art for TeamCell Structures
 (I met this inventor when I was a member of The Tampa Bay Inventors Council )

    The validity and ability of the macro-managed experiment depends on the qualifications and imagination of the designers of the macro-managed experiment, the qualification or imagination of the designers of the individual modules, and the programming of the computers used. TeamCell computers will also able to simulate conditions, internally and externally, using environmental controllers and excluding-functions on volatile or moot module combinations, using internal variations of module input and output.

    The TeamCell Concept is an interaction of modules which simulate an accelerated natural selection process by performing billions of actual, figurative, and/or virtual introductions of timelines, data intercourses, data unions, dealt and non-dealt shuffled module combinations, multiple module swapping interactions, "provocation" functions, visual "stimulations," alternative test styles, separations, module estrangements, deviations, common-law progressions, inceptions, birth functons, desired malformations, undesired (safe) malformations, and genetically engineered conceptions, all done in minutes, hours or days with the interaction of TeamCell Modules. The prearranged experiment is that of an ordered chaos.


     Again, the TeamCell Concept is a computerized causal chain of random inputs and outputs.  Links within the chain are introduced, withheld, paired up, and/or rearranged (and prearranged) for variable outcomes/outputs.  The computer initiates all combinations, either directly or indirectly, step by step, and monitors the total output of the chain and the subtotal outputs throughout the experiment.  Each total output is cross-referenced with its corresponding random and/or methodical set(s) of influences (affects) and sub-results.  And, each combination of inputs and outputs are automatically logged by the computer(s) for future reference and recreation of expected and unexpected results.

     The purpose of this ongoing experiment is to discover new outputs, given variable inputs, combinations of new and old conditions, properties, techniques, and applied theories and to find solutions to almost any complication.

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