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Quantum Access Memory™
Super X™

Website update
We had a simple application problem on the 30th and 31st of Octo- ber 2013 and uploaded the file of the month October 2012 instead of October 2013 on both days. So, today our readers have some more to read.

Ontonics Website update
We have developed the:

  • Semi-Quantum Accelerated Processing Unit (SQAPU).

    Ontoscope Further steps
    We are very pleased to announce our next generation of our path breaking Ontoscope series. The new Ontoscope features as a world's first our also new mobile chip set with a semi-quantum Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), that is a scaled down variant of a super- computer chip based on quantum annealing that we could harness for general mobile processing. The already superior performance of this kind of semi-quantum chip in comparison to other mobile chips is used for general computing, problem solving, intelligent personal assistance, and for sure encryption, while the related memory chip offers besides its lightning fast operational speed a complete person- al web index, as used by common internet search engines, that to- gether with our Search, Find, and Information (SFI) engine of Onto- logics delivers pure secure and undisturbed internet usage and even more pleasure.
    Actually, the new model has no official name, but we think about the labels Super X or simply Q.

    For more informations about related chip sets see the Ontonics Web- site update of the 16th of July 2013.

    Comment of the Day #1
    "I do not understand completely how Twitter functions. You write something and nobody sees it.", [A Blogger, 1st of November 2013]

    Comment of the Day #2
    "Apple has patented to patent anything.", [A Blogger, 2nd of Sept- ember 2012]

    Ontonics Further steps
    On the 29th of October 2013 we mentioned a new Smartthing of our Something series and before we could focus on the details of its realization or better said the three main problems that have to be solved before it can be produced, we found out that two of them virtually disappeared. The first problem was dealt with the question if a basic technology has already the needed performance, but a quick research showed that manufacturers are already able to fulfill our requirement specification by far. The second problem is not really a problem, but more a finger exercise for us and will be solved easily by playing around with an integral technique that we apply. The third and last problem might already be solved as well by the usage of an also existing solution, but actually we can't confirm without tests of a prototyp if this is truly the case for 100%, though with some tricks it should work. Nevertheless, we are already able to make a working prototype for demonstration, and our fans do know what it means when we say: you will have problems to get your mouth shut or the grin off your face again after you saw it, as we already have. Fascinating.

    And while we were researching, we have developed some new basic components with outstanding performance.
    These new components were directly used for the development of new variants of a related series.
    What should we say? Game changers. What else?

    We also worked on three device designs that are close to finalizat- ion now. If you see them, then you must have them.
    And while we were designing, we suddenly had finalized a fourth design.

    At this point, we would like to give the information that we jumped over one generation of around 60% of our solutions described in the Innovation Pipeline in only two months and left the pack behind without letting their members know what amazing techniques and technologies we have now, while they still are trying to copy our older stuff.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have added a further variant of some basic electronic compon- ents, which has a different construction form that is focused on the features of instant production, power efficiency, and easy applic- ability.

    We also designed another variant of a device. Amazing, this game changer really works.

    When we thought today again about the new three device designs mentionted in the Further steps of yesterday, we rembered that we could apply a relatively new technique for the third device, which is highly cost effective.

    Ontonics Further steps
    Because the solutions for a new Smartthing of our Something series was just too easy (see also the Further steps of the 29th of Octo- ber 2013 and 2nd of November 2013), we developed an even more complex device concept that brings this Smartthing to a whole new level seen from the technological and practical points of view. Somehow, Something is a kind of magic.

    In this conjunction, we also developed some new basic components with the same new feature.

    We have developed a new basic component that has a higher effici- ency than related technologies.
    We also developed an older and well known application further that uses this new component.

    OntoLix and OntoLinux Website update
    Because a website visitor asked us, we added to the webpage Links to Organization in the section Biology the two links:

  • The American Childhood Cancer Organization and
  • The Mesothelioma Group.

    And while we were already updating the website, we also added the new subsection called Mesothelioma, put the link to the Mesothelio- ma Group into it, and added the additional link:

  • The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (Meso Found- ation).

    Style of Speed Further steps
    Some weeks ago, we developed the propulsion systems of our F-22SR/Super Raptor and F-15FE/Fire Eagle further, which initially consist of a Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 turbofan respectively F119-PW-100 turbofan of with a MagnetoHydroDynamic (MHD) based energy bypass, that resulted in several variants. The first variant replaces the Pratt & Whitney turbofan with the ADaptive Versatile ENgine Technology (ADVENT). The second variant replaces the MHD based energy by- pass system with the precooler and the regenerative cooler of the S-engine presented by the Japan Aero- space Exploration Agency (JAXA) in 2006. The other variants are simply based on the combination and integration of the existing variants. The technical details and advantageous will not be dis- closed publicly.

    Investigations::Aeronautics and Space

  • Lockheed Martin and Aerojet Rocketdyne: Already yesterday, we were astonished about the statements made by Lockheed Martin and its partner in relation to their envisioned hypersonic aircraft SR-72 and hypersonic aircrafts in general, that also pointed to our F-15FE/Fire Eagle, F-22SR/Super Raptor, HAL-1/HyperStar, and HJF-1/Hyper Falcon. Today, we would like to present some details about the confusion and wrong explanations given by them as part of the usual marketing that astonished us. For example, it was said that a design team of Lockheed Martin has developed a methodology for integrating a working, practical Turbine-Based Combined Cycle (TBCC) propulsion system and that "Before that, it was all cartoons." But what we see is only the next cartoon of this kind based on a mixture of elements of at least 5 technological programs, which have been conducted in the last 3 decades more or less unsuccessfully, the hypersonic aircraft design concept presented in the middle of the year 2011 already and now presented as the SR-72 again, as well as some breakthrough concepts and technologies of Style of Speed. The provoking statement becomes even more astonishing by the fact that 3 of these former technological programs are of the type TBCC, belong to these said cartoons, and were proposed and media-hyped also by both companies all the years. Moreover, the statement made in this conjunction as well that a Mach 4 turbine, which can bridge the gap between the Mach 2.5 maximum speed of current production turbine engines and the Mach 3 to 3.5 takeover speed of the Dual Mode RamJet (DMRJ; ramjet/scramjet) engine and hence was called the Revolutionary Turbine Accelerator (RTA), was still missing all the time is not true, because Style of Speed present- ed already in the year 2011 an ingenious design breakthrough that replaced this RTA by powertrains that are based on revised variants of Pratt & Whitney's F100-PW-229 and F119-PW-100 turbofan engines with a MagnetoHydroDynamic (MHD) based turbojet energy bypass, as shown on the webpages of the F-15FE/ Fire Eagle and the F-22SR/Super Raptor. And these two companies are selling ex- actly this story to the tax payers actually, as their statement that references the off-the-shelf fighter-class engine F100/F110 and their statements that say that "The demonstrator is about the size of the F-22, single-engined and could fly for several minutes at Mach 6" and "With fighter engines, we accelerate much more briskly. It's a significant improvement in adding margins." doubtlessly prove. At this point it can be seen easily what they are copying from us.
    The next confusing statements claim that "even if [the HTV-3X/] Blackswift flew, we'd have had to scale up those tiny turbines, and that would have cost billions." and "One of the differences with this demonstrator [(see the section before)] compared to the HTV-3X is that with that, we were limited to small turbines with a low-drag design". We are sorry to say, but this is also totally wrong, because we already took our F119 based MHD enigne for the two turbines of the TBCC of the first variant of our HJF-1/Hyper Falcon several years ago. What we do see here is that they tried to talk down one of our solutions unsuccessfully, while to steal another one of our solutions at the same time as part of their bold and criminal marketing. In the same way the statement that their "approach is proprietary", which applies various pre-cooler methods that mass-inject cooler flow into the compressor of the turbine to boost performance, is not compre- hensible, because this implies the use of cyrogenic fuel, but the mil- itary still demands common jet fuel as propellant. Furthermore, their approach is not proprietary as well, obviously, because it looks as one of our older approaches presented to the public the first time with the Style of Speed Further steps of today (see above).
    The confusing and illegal misleading of the public continues with the mentioning of a "hyperburner", which is said to be an augmentor that starts as an afterburner and transitions to a ramjet as Mach number increases. How this works is not understandable and it seems to be that only some terms have been thrown into the round. The pres- ented graphic of the powertrain of the advertised SR-72 shows only a TBCC with a common over-under configuration. In this context it is said in a related report that Aerojet, which acquired Rocketdyne earlier this year, has also floated the option of a rocket-augmented ejector ramjet as another means of providing seamless propulsion to Mach 6. It is again more than obvious that we have here the web- pages of our F-22SR/Super Raptor (see the image that shows the F119-PW-100 turbofan with the afterburner switched on) and our HJF-1/Hyper Falcon again with our Hypersonic Engine (see the image of such a classic Rocket-Based Combined Cycle (RBCC) engine resp- ectively rocket-ejector ramjet, air-augmented ramrocket, or strutjet. By the way, this also gives one answer to the question why we changed our strategy and replaced this kind of TBCC with an RBCC. In fact, Lockheed Martin and its partner will come to this point in some years as well and then present the next defrauding marketing hoax, as they did all the years and do now again.
    Furthermore, they said that they "are not advocates of wave rider[ hypersonic aircraft design]s" and "found that, in order for a wave rider to pay off, you have to be at cruise and be burning most of your fuel at cruise. But these designs burn most fuel as they accel- erate, so you want an efficient vehicle that gets you to cruise. You end up with a vehicle that is hard to take off and land, has little fuel volume and high transonic drag." At this point we can see the cheap marketing. The following points should clarify this special issue: With every hypersonic aircraft you have the problem to find a design that is highly efficient at top speed on the one hand and still controllable at low speeds for take off and landing on the other hand. A hyper- sonic aircraft always has a phase in which it has to be accelerated to cruise or top speed and to reach these velocities much fuel has to be burned due to simple physical laws. Such an aircraft also has a phase in which it rides on its shock wave or otherwise its design is inefficient. The idea behind the waverider concept is to design a hypersonic aircraft in such an advantageous way that it reaches its cruise speed phase exactly when it rides on its shock wave. Furthermore, the common case is that the take off and landing are only the shorter phases of a hypersonic aircraft flight and hence the fuel burned in these phases has to be set in relation with the fuel burned during the cruise phase over a longer distance. That there is a break-even point in relation with the take off and landing phases and the cruise phase is obvious, but nobody build a hypersonic air- craft for flying a short distance of some hundred miles. Said this, we can't see the claimed problems at all. Finally, we would like to ment- ion that they still build a plane with wings and an engine in contrast to Style of Speed that builts an engine with wings. In this respect, our Hypersonic Jet Fighter HJF-1/Hyper Falcon is not the HTV-3X/ Blackswift waverider of the Falcon program with integrated inward-turning inlets even if it looks like to be so on first sight, but two engines with very large inward-turning inlets, that make the incred- ible high throughput of working mass possible, and some wings. This also means that we have no drag of a fuselage in the common sense.
    Somehow, we have the impression since quite some years already that both companies are only spying out and stealing the concepts and the designs of Style of Speed without exactly knowing what to steal. For example, they want to build a pre-cooled hypersonic eng- ine now, but this implies that they have to use a cyrogenic fuel, like deeply cooled hydrogen. But the requirement of the military is to use common kerosene. With this example it can be seen also, that in the case of constructing a hypersonic aircraft like the advertised SR-72 the gambling contiunes, that makes it also really annoying for the tax payers that have to fund their next cartoons in the end.

    Comment of the Day
    Speed Stealth™
    Stealth Speed™

    Style of Speed Website update
    We changed the designations of our our F-15FE/Fire Eagle and our F-22SR/Super Raptor to HJF-15FE/Fire Eagle and HJF-22SR/Super Raptor to reflect that they are of the type Hypersonic Jet Fighter (HJF).

    In relation to the Style of Speed Further steps of yesterday we have updated the section Powertrain of the webpages of our HJF-15FE/ Fire Eagle and our HJF-22SR/Super Raptor.

    Comment of the Day
    "Burn, Tesla, burn"

    intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #14
    After every party connected with Sugar has clearly said what it wants, a common denominator/consensus could be reached with us on the following basis:

  • Linux kernel
  • Sugar distribution based on the best of
    • Debian and derivatives (e.g. Mint, etc., but no Ubuntu (privacy, K-12, intellectual property, and business political issues)),
    • Arch Linux and others, or/and
    • Android Software Development Kit (ASDK) and derivatives (like Fire OS; see section above again),


  • EGL, Wayland, or/and X-Server (see graphic of software architect- ure of Linux desktop environments resp. Linux desktop stack),
  • WebKit and derivatives, as well as HyperText Markup Language 5 (HTML5) and JavaScript (JS),
  • Sugar desktop based on HTML5 and JS by Sugar Labs, and

    as well as own

  • service and application store by Sugar Labs, Tuxical, and all other participants
  • computer at least with option for a tactile keyboard by Sugar Labs, OntoLab (includes support by intelliTablet), and all other participants,
  • marketing and public relation by Sugar Labs and all other participants,
  • and much more.

    By the way: Sugar must not be a desktop for children only.
    See also the related Ontonics and OntoLab Further steps of the 9th of October 2013.

    Picture of the Day
    Style of Speed WaveRider/HyperSoar, Mach 32, Axisymmetric, Inward-Turning Design (30.09.2003)

    Style of Speed WaveRider/HyperSoar, Mach 32, Axisymmetric, Inward-Turning Design

    © Style of Speed and Nasa

    Our original aerospaceplane has been nicknamed the Ferrari of Space or Space Ferrari already, which indeed reflects our inspiration, motiv- ation, and story behind this pioneering vehicle exactly, and is still orbiting. See also the successor aerospaceplanes, the Hypersonic Jet Fighter HJF-1/Hyper Falcon and the Hypersonic Cruise Vehicle HCV-1/WhiteSwift as well as the X-3033/MagicStar (see also the related Picture of the Day of the 1st of December 2012).

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have calculated the efficiency of the basic variant of one of our new solutions with the result of almost 30% and are trying to in- crease it actually.

    Ontonics and OntoLab Further steps
    We looked at a fork of the WebKit, specifically due to the reason that the Qt application framework will use it in the future as well instead of the WebKit.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have developed new variants of a basic component of an older multimedia device that are based on two of our solutions and one solution of another company, that was derived from one of these two solutions of us.

    Ontoscope Further steps
    We added a new device that is based on one of our solutions and on one solution of another company, that is more flexible in practice than the former solutions.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We have developed a new engine, which is a hybrid of the common approach and one of our approaches.

    Roboticle Further steps
    We continued the work on a platform at two functions, so that it becomes more efficient.

    intelliTablet Further steps One Tablet Per Child (OTPC) and One Pad Per Child (OPPC/OP²C) #15
    Due to the latest development and our always existing preference for the original variant of the learning environment Sugar, that is based on the programming language Python, we have stopped the support of at least its HTML5/JS based version.

    Comment of the Day
    "Learning to lie", [C.S., Today]
    Indeed, it is an interesting aspect of civilization, specifically of education.

    Question of the Day
    "Where is the difference if politics is done by words or by code?", [C.S., Today]
    There is no difference if the arguments given in one or the other way are not convincing and the pursued objectives are questionable.

    Ontonics and OntoLab Further steps
    At least we from the OntoLab can guarantee now that our educat- ional platform for children is absolutely neutral and trustworthy.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have worked on several basic components:
    The one work is a further development of a component by applying a technology of another company.
    We also worked further on a basic component by applying a techno- logy of a research institute. In this way we could scale down the basic technique and finalize the design of the component, so that it is now more applicable and ready for production.
    In a further step we integrated the two new components based on the two applied technologies that resulted in two component var- iants, which are absolutely amazing and admiring game changers.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We can offer two general ways of proceeding for all companies that indicated in the last week their interest in our works:
    1. We approach and ask each company respectively joint venture seperately.
    2. If a company wants an exclusive contract, then it is advantage- ous to approach and ask us directly before a competitor is more clever and gets the worm. Doubtlessly, it is worth every effort.
    In this conjunction, we are sure that we can offer our potential partners further interesting possibilities, for example broadening the legal scope of intellectual properties in most cases by exhausting legal rules that are only possible through our legal entities and pres- enting system architectures and business processes.

    While we were documenting our activities of yesterday, we found out that the two new component variants have even much higher performances as seen on first sight, which yielded into a third var- iant. Funnily, before we could document this step we concluded that we developed a fourth variant as well.

    Ontologics.info Further steps
    We made serious headway with our Search, Find, and Information (SFI) engine based on our original Ontologic System architecture in three points:
    The first point is related with solving administrative issues success- fully.
    The second point is related with the process design of basic feat- ures.
    The third point is related with the process design of one special feature.
    While we already said on the 29th of September 2013 that we have some problems to keep the SFI on the ground due to the incredible momentum that it has built up, we are now more and more fascin- ated about the possibilities and advantageous it offers. Hopefully, the users will see it in the same way.

    Tuxic and Tuxical Further steps
    In the last two days we thought about two points related with our universal app store Tuxical:
    The one point is related with the additional and optional features the customers and the developers can choose.
    The other point is related with the question how high the fee for developers and sellers has to be if they insert applications into the app store that are not for free. Actually, we are prefering the pay- ment model of a monthly or an annual fee for the web space, data transfer, and use of optional features, so that in the end the basic fee will be much lower than the rates taken by the other app stores.

    For sure, entities can still license our copyrighted system architect- ures, specifically of our Ontologic Systems like OntoLinux, to get the advantageous of a joint contract.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We integrated two devices, though we do not know if it really makes sense.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We have developed a new component for a specific powertrain after the request of potential customers.

    Ontonics Further steps
    Since quite some time we are looking at a specific variant of a multi- media device as well as related paradigms and applications. Today, we concluded that the device makes much more sense, has even a broader field of application, and hence might lead to a general paradigm shift, and that its first generation can be produced easily with existing techniques and technologies already today.

    We also created a new name for an older paradigm.

    In addition to the works of the 16th of November 2013 and 17th of November 2013 we developed three further basic components.

    Moreover, we looked at a new subsystem architecture.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    Despite the problems of the company, we have begun with the development of a carbon fiber monocoque for the Gumpert Apollo, which will offer more space for the driver and passenger. In addition, we are looking for a new exterior design for the more comfortable Gran Tourismo (see the Hunaudières II and the B8 GT for example).
    Last but not least, we are evaluating if one of our conversions of a Volkswagen→Audi model could be outsourced as well (see the BTT for example).

    We also worked on our Lakes Modified Enzo again. To give our fans an impression about what we are talking here since around 1 year (see the Further steps of the 30th of November 2012) we would like to show a picture of the classic Lakes Modified '29 highboy roadster pickup on '32 rails of Carlos Lara built by Roy Brizio, a picture of the interior of the '29 lowboy roadster pickup built by Pinkee's, and a picture of the Fiat→Ferrari FF drivetrain. But keep in mind that our Enzo will be totally different.
    Carlos Lara Lakes Modified '29 Highboy Roadster Pickup, '32 Rails built by Roy BrizioPinkee's Rod Shop '29 Roadster Pickup
    Style of Speed Lakes Modified Roadster Pickup, Fiat→Ferrari FF DrivetrainStyle of Speed Lakes Modified Roadster Pickup, Fiat→Ferrari FF Drivetrain

    © AutoTrader Classics, Rod & Custom Magazine, and :(

    OntoLab, OntoLix and OntoLinux Further steps
    We have begun to design a new variant of the learning environment Sugar.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have started new projects around basic technologies that are hard to run at room temperature.

    We also developed a new basic component.

    Moreover, by integrating two technologies we developed a first new multimedia device in three variants.

    Furthermore, we used the first new multimedia device together with another technique for creating a second new multimedia device.
    And we used the new basic component and the first new multimedia device for the development of a third new multimedia device.

    Also, we used two of our technologies in two different new ways. Despite this specific result of a fourth new multimedia device might be irrelevant, it helped us to understand one of our own technolo- gies in a better way, so that we can ask now: Have we said game changer?

    After we understood the said technology of us better, we used it together with another technique for the development of a fifth new multimedia device and together with the third new multimedia device for the development of a sixth new multimedia device. Both new devices have virtually incredible performances.

    Finally, we developed a seventh new multimedia device by integrat- ing two technologies. Then we used this seventh new multimedia device together with another technique for creating an eighth, ninth, and tenth new multimedia device.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We have extended one of our systems with two new devices.

    Ontonics Further steps
    We played around with one of our multimedia device, that led to two results:
    The first result is related with its immediate production.
    The second result is an optimization step related with its applicab- ility that makes it a further breakthrough technology.

    Also, we developed a new variant of three basic components each with superior performance.

    Furthermore, we developed a new variant of a basic device that is now more robust, performant, and efficient.

    Without any doubts, the threshold of originality has been reached in the case of OntoLix and OntoLinux, Ontoscope, intelliTablet, Active Components, and many other contents publicated on our websites (see the Innovation-Pipeline for example). They are the solely works of C.S. and hence reflect the personality in a totally original way (see also the Clarification of the 26th of June 2013 for example).
    Said this, we still demand all affected companies, specifically of the automotive and information technology industries, to get a license for our descriptions.

    Style of Speed Further steps
    We worked on our i! * j! * k! series, specifically on the chassis and the exterior design, which includes features of the Apollo of Gumpert since around the September of 2012 (see the Website update of the 24th of September 2012, the Further steps of the 25th of Septem- ber 2012, as well as the Further steps 1st, 2nd, 14th, and 20th of October 2012) and some details, which are really cool.

    In addition, we started the clean up of our conversions of the model Gallardo of the marque Volkswagen→Audi→Lamborghini.

    We also made some progress in reducing/streamlining our model line begun at the end of last year.

    And we worked a little on the exterior design of our muscle car for our U.S.American fans.

    We made a note about the artist Marina Abramović, which is more about the documentation of a fact related with C.S., and a note about the collaboration of the companies Samsung and Adidas and the director W. Wenders on our Culture webpage.

    Comment of the Day
    Style Matters™

    Style of Speed Further steps
    While others are unsporting as always, present lousy designs that we even have not saved on our database, and babble only utter nonsense about the original masterpieces, like for example the F7X, which is the original final design that was derived for the model La Ferrari by the marque Fiat→Ferrari, make rendering after our hints (see the Further steps of the 4th of October 2013 and 5th of Octo- ber 2013), or designing their models after our styles (see the related Website update of the 5th of October 2013), surely all done without referencing us, we go further and make a rough but constructive and truthful doodle of our next generation Gallardo SuperVeloce in- stead.

    Style of Speed SuperVeloce GranTourismoStyle of Speed SuperVeloce GranTourismo
    © :I and Style of Speed

    Please, wait for more in the next future, because we will do it harder.
    Style Matters™

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    Christian Stroetmann GmbH