The Nova Science Impactor

There is no longer a fire season, but perpetual fire; necessitating a breakthrough in wildfire suppression technology. Imminent innovation promises the implementation of a dozen new classes of Directed Energy Bean (DEB) technologies. According to parameters of Einstein’s unified field theory, the structure of matter extends into 7 additional spatial dimensions beyond the 3D currently observed. Consider an atom in 3-space as a rosebud; in the 7D space, between two relativistic instants in time, the rosebud blooms and collapses into a bud again. Physicists think of an atom as a particle-in-a-box (cavity in spacetime). Considering an oxygen atom as the head on a Jack-in-the-box with time being turning of the crank; if the spring holding the lid on the box is kept from releasing by a resonant interference force, oxygen valence electron quantum waves can be suppressed momentarily from reentering 3-space in a periodic cycle – no oxidizing reaction – no fire. The proposed DEB wildfire suppression generator is an integrated trilevel device: 1) Dynamic fire grid mapping transduced into a quantum computer from an infrared digital camera with a programmable 3D fiducial grid, dynamically imaging the wildfire domain both in area and heat range. The suppression beam is correlated with the grid pattern of the camera in order to cover the wildfires area with 3D altitude and heat range included. A buffer zone beyond the wildfire circumference is added to the suppression beam’s coverage array. This imaging system is readily described by the theory of quantum holography as in clinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). 2) Operationally, automated vacuum energy DEB technology has commonality with laser (generation of coherent energy emission) principles. But instead of a gain medium with mirrors confined in 3-space plasma tubes or semiconductor diode materials; DEB emission occurs by the energetics within resonant vacuum cavities instead of excited atoms. Aligning the fire pattern array with resonating properties of the spacetime vacuum is achieved by an advanced form of quantum computing to transduce fire grid data with dynamic precision. Creating a precisely correlated wildfire grid enables the DEB to focus suppression energy efficiently on the area of the fire, it’s 3D contours and also adapt to the thermodynamics of hot-spots. 3) “Freezing” the fire grid by laser cooling techniques prevents reignition of hot embers.