Our first step is to obtain a facility that would serve as the headquarters of the project, to begin with we must acquire land to build our facility on, probably more than 2 hectares and somewhat remote but near major cities and a paved road. Our current intentions are to find land in the Orizaba area of México.
If you have land in the Orizaba area of México, or wish to donate to help fund the purchase of land, please get in contact with us here.
We will need to purchase or build wind turbines as well as solar panels to make our facility self-sufficient with regards to energy. We will build or renovate a warehouse-laboratory and housing on the property, possibly making use of temporary housing while more permanent accommodations are being built.
Once we have a lab up and running, we intend on developing clean fusion energy, to supply all the energy we could possibly need, both now and in the future.
In the process of building our centre, we intend to create the core of a future high-tech city, a prototype for later off-world settlements and also settlements on Terra.
Additional supplies, equipment, and resources we will need include, plastics, metal, possibly also renewable lumber sources—such as bamboo or another fast growing wood—various fixtures, LEDs, florescent lamps, and so on, as well as computers to be used as CAD workstations—up to 10 workstations—so that we can continue to make documentaries and 3D renders to illustrate current and future projects and educate folks about our project, and to design and build components for our projects, such as an electrodynamic drone.
Equipment we will need includes at least two vehicles, such as a minivan and box truck, a tracked Bobcat, attachments for the Bobcat, such as a forklift attachment, excavator, post hole digger, etc., as well as a dedicated forklift.
You can keep tabs on our progress here on our website, you can also follow us on social media, such as Twitter and Facebook, to keep up to date and find out about current and future opportunities to volunteer, or otherwise get involved.
If you wish to get involved and want help out with the Eos Project and have experience in one of the following, then please get in contact with us so we can work out how best you can help, be it volunteering, or working remotely, where applicable.
Keep in mind, that volunteering and offering your assistance in many of these areas will require being physically present, which will be being willing to move to and work on a purely voluntary basis in México, specifically in the area around the city of Orizaba in the Mexican state of Veracruz, a city nestled in a mountain valley surrounded by beautiful cloud forest, and one of the cleanest cities in México, if not in all of Latin America, recipient of the Spanish ‘Silver Broom’ award for its cleanliness.
Again, any work must be done purely as an unpaid volunteer, that is, on an unpaid volunteer basis only.
If you aren't sure how you can help, then by all means, please contact us, everyone can help in some way, artists, housecleaners, teachers, musicians, and so on, everyone can help in some manner, however big or small, this facility won't build and run itself after all. Again, follow us on social media to learn about upcoming opportunities to help out.
The following is a list of all needed equipment and specific skillsets required updated regularly
Created June 18th 2022
Last updated June 26th 2022
Plot out a flexible design for the Centre that can be adapted to the location once the specific area has been found and acquired.In-Progress
Begin the creation of the volunteer team of architects, engineers and technicians to develop the project.In-Progress
Estimate land requirements for a minimal complex and the cost of building it.In-Progress
Locate and acquire land in the area around Orizaba, México.
Estimate energy requirements and cost of different sources of energy compared to their local availability in selected area.
Purchase complete units, or parts for, wind and/or solar energy sources (e.g. vertical wind turbines).
Acquire 10 CAD (computer-aided design) workstations.In-Progress
Source raw materials: plastics, metals, renewable lumber source (e.g. bamboo), etc.
Acquire a minivan for transport of people, equipment and supplies.
Acquire a Box truck for transporting larger/heavier equipment and general work (towing, etc.).
Acquire a tracked Bobcat for excavation.
Acquire attachments for the tracked Bobcat, including forklift attachment, excavator, post-hole digger, etc.
Acquire a dedicated forklift.
Gather experienced individuals with skillsets we are currently missing, including but not limited to:In-Progress
Construct the IRIS-AsteronX centre.