Debris Found From Crashed UFO Craft
AMERICAN COMPUTER COMPANY unearths previously unknown electronic device it claims it obtained by analyzing notes about Alien Artifact examined by Bell Labs 50 years ago, notes that were sold to ACC by an unnamed source...
New York, NY December 7, 1997 - For Immediate Release
In an earthshaking Press Release, the American Computer Company, Cranford, NJ (http://american-computer.com) announced:
a) In July of 1947, the Department of the Army Air Force, secured debris from one crashed Aircraft and a complete Aircraft which was landed by occupants trying to determine the status of their comrades from the first crash site. The Aircraft captured by the Air Force are allegedly of Extraterrestrial Manufacture, bearing engineering wonders previously unseen by humans.
b) As a result of an in-depth study of notes and things it purchased from an unnamed source, American Computer Company has announced that it has newly discovered a previously undetected electronic component, one that it feels the Air Force, IBM and Bell Labs overlooked in 1947. The notes were kept about a project involving IBM and AT&T during 1947 who had been hired to analyze the wreckage and the intact spacecraft by the Air Force during July and August of 1947.
At least one past analysis of the debris allegedly led to AT&T Bell Labs announcement of the Transistor in September of 1947. Remarkably: ACC has announced that Bell Labs, the Army and Air Force Research Labs, and IBM Research "completely missed one of the key components in the debris they were given to analyze".
c) The component American Computer Company discovered, has been dubbed the "Transfer Capacitor". ACC has decided to refer to it as the Transcap or Transcapacitor, and as the "T-CAP" for short. ACC has noticed that it is reserving these names, along with the Transpacitor, as ACC Trademarks and Usage Marks. It has several advanced features heretofore unidentified in the electronics industry, and it is UNRELATED to the Transistor in composition:
ACC claimed that the "T-CAP" can store energy in "levels" using a single microelectronic component device that could be manufactured as small as physics permits, having only four fundamental elements (the Transistor has only three), to whit, as small as a small part of a Micron, at the molecular level, smaller even than a single Transistor as are used in today's microchips.
ACC said that the energy levels the T-CAP can store can represent mathematical values up to 10 to the 23rd power, and can be recalled, all using only a single Transcap device and a simple circuit design. The Transcap could revolutionize memory devices, as it replaces as many as 50 to 1000 Transistors used in common Memory Chips. A version of the Transcap can be used as a comparator to enable "analog boolean mathematics" as are commonly used in Computers today. As a result, it could revolutionize the size of computers, reducing them to 1/50th to 1/1000th of their size, or increasing memory capacity by 50 to 1000 times in the same space as today's common memory systems.
ACC said that the energy levels the Transcap can store, could also be "modulated", and could be configured to represent a "fragment" of information, not just the bits and bytes stored in today's computers. To that extent, it would operate much like a very short piece of "recording tape". ACC's engineers, excited by their find, described the circuit as being "similar in function to the synapses of the brain or the neuro ganglial pill, yet much smaller, more precise and much, much faster."
ACC's staff indicated that the Transcap has very little heat transfer in its operation, hence it runs with less than 1000th of the heat dissipation of conventional memory circuits, yet its read cycle (requiring a rewrite for refresh after read) operates in the sub-nanosecond speed range. Power from the Transcap is recycled from read to write cycles, hence it is "highly power efficient", said the Disclosure, with little or no heat emission, as there is no power loss in the Transcap, unlike the Transistor.
In addition, ACC's staff said that the Transcap can also be used as a replacement for "electron valves" (also known as "vacuum tubes") even though an unconventional application, and would be ideal for such applications where Transistors have been unsuccessful.
According to ACC, in addition to obvious application in Computers, the Transcap can also be used as a high voltage, unifrequency Oscillator, with applications in Laser, Radio, Microwave, Data Communications, and Ultra frequency devices, possessing features which the Transistor does not: it can store the oscillatory energy and discharge it in sub nanosecond pulses, at voltages up to 80 Megavolts, and Frequencies up to near light wave ranges.
The Transcap Patents being prepared by lawyers for ACC's Shadowlake R&D facility, will be filed in weeks to months, and include manufacturing techniques, commercialization and other utility patents that ACC has decided to apply for. ACC has claimed full rights to the device, indicating that "The Air Force, AT&T and Bell Labs had 50 years to discover THIS device in the wreckage, now we have found it, and on the very same basis as with other finds from the wreckage the Air Force proliferated to commercial interests, we are staking a claim in the Transcapacitor!"
It was not stated when ACC felt it would be able to bring the Transcap to market, but the company indicated "This time, its going to be mass produced cheaply and made available to the public at minimum cost. It could revolutionize computing, telephony, radio, TV and other electronic components, and we are going to see that it does so to the benefit of Humanity. Our studies have indicated that the Transcap could change the way we transmit signals along wires: by using its energy-modulation signature approach, we might even be able to cram megabits of information per second along ordinary circuits used for dial up telephone lines today at only thousands of bits per second. Who knows, perhaps we'll all save a lot of money, at the very least we are going to open up the Information Superhighway to some Autobahn Speed Traffic and Information flow, rather than the Turtle Race it is today..."
ACC indicated that one other use, as a component in small, flat picture tubes, was being investigated at the time of this release. ACC indicated it hoped that the component would become a boon to humanity, and not a "hot potato controlled by a small group of labs licensing it out for the sake of their own self-possessed greed for high fees to the highest bidder...".
Initial information has indicated that at least one company, IBM Corporation, may file a protest on the patent, claiming that it "discovered the device first". In response to the rumor, an ACC Spokesperson said: "IBM always says things like that."
For more information, contact the Company.
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POST NOTE; After reading this release it kind of reminded me of a short story I wrote a while back, it follows next. What would happen if we really found something that has been buried for centuries... Would it be safe? LOUISE
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