The set $${\cal B} = \big\{\emptyset\big\}\cup\big\{\{a + bn: n\in\omega\}: a\in\omega, b\in(\omega\setminus\{0\})\big\}$$ is a basis for a topology $\tau$ on $\omega$. Is there a surjective continuous map from $\mathbb{Q}$ with the Euclidean topology onto $(\omega,\tau)$, or the other way round, or in neither direction?

**Note.** These two spaces are not homeomorphic, since $\mathbb{Q}$ is homogeneous, and $(\omega,\tau)$ is not.