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Krists Ernstsons

KEDA

Essendine Road 19, London, United Kingdom
Krists completed his Part I in Architecture at the University of East London and his Part II Diploma in Architecture at the AA (Architectural Association School of Architecture). After his Part I he worked for Foster + Partners in London where he prototyped a household unit to revolutionise efficiency and functionality of low-income housing. In 2010 he joined Izolyatsia – Platform for Cultural Initiatives in Ukraine, where he worked on masterplanning, refurbishment, and curating a residency.

Spaceship Mind


Virtual Migration to Exoplanets

Spaceship Mind


Virtual Migration to Exoplanets
Micro-probes (seeds) with a quantum communication system and a molecular structure to fertilise Exoplanets.

Light is the foundation of something intriguing called quantum entanglement and quantum teleportation. When a photon (a single particle of light) that exists in a superposition state is split in two parts they become entangled. The same phenomena occurs when we separate the photons over infinite distances. It is hypothetically possible that one day there could be a quantum entangled communication system, that would initially teleport information, but could potentially also teleport matter. The proposal is to use of micro-probes (seeds) capable of travelling close to the speed of light, with a built in quantum communication system, that would enable communication beyond the boundaries of space-time, and a molecular structure that would grow depending on the information it receives. You can think of it as a wormhole - a short cut through space time. What I am proposing is not a physical wormhole but rather a digital one. They are sent out in hundreds and have distributed intelligence.



Studying the Earth's alignment with other planets provides a guide map for any space exploration mission.

The use of quantum superposition is the foundation for quantum communication.

A digital wormhole of quantum information rather than a physical one.

The interior elements of the micro seed.

The nine key seeds to fertilise Exoplanets with.

Spaceship Mind


Virtual Migration to Exoplanets

Spaceship Mind


Virtual Migration to Exoplanets
Micro-probes (seeds) with a quantum communication system and a molecular structure to fertilise Exoplanets.

Light is the foundation of something intriguing called quantum entanglement and quantum teleportation. When a photon (a single particle of light) that exists in a superposition state is split in two parts they become entangled. The same phenomena occurs when we separate the photons over infinite distances. It is hypothetically possible that one day there could be a quantum entangled communication system, that would initially teleport information, but could potentially also teleport matter. The proposal is to use of micro-probes (seeds) capable of travelling close to the speed of light, with a built in quantum communication system, that would enable communication beyond the boundaries of space-time, and a molecular structure that would grow depending on the information it receives. You can think of it as a wormhole - a short cut through space time. What I am proposing is not a physical wormhole but rather a digital one. They are sent out in hundreds and have distributed intelligence.



Studying the Earth's alignment with other planets provides a guide map for any space exploration mission.

The use of quantum superposition is the foundation for quantum communication.

A digital wormhole of quantum information rather than a physical one.

The interior elements of the micro seed.

The nine key seeds to fertilise Exoplanets with.


Idea by

Krists Ernstsons
KEDA
Essendine Road 19
London
United Kingdom
Krists completed his Part I in Architecture at the University of East London and his Part II Diploma in Architecture at the AA (Architectural Association School of Architecture). After his Part I he worked for Foster + Partners in London where he prototyped a household unit to revolutionise efficiency and functionality of low-income housing. In 2010 he joined Izolyatsia – Platform for Cultural Initiatives in Ukraine, where he worked on masterplanning, refurbishment, and curating a residency.