Purpose

These are thoughts on the topic of energy.

They serve to amuse and to share a unique characteristic of the DVIS: the ability to view and understand how light energy measurements are used to create 3D duplicate models of the real world and to study the process that takes place.

Brilliant Light Power

A gentleman named Randy Mills claims to be able to generate light by increasing or decreasing the rate of spin of an electron of a hydrogen atom.

Crescent Dunes

Go outside on a sunny day in California and what can one expect? 70-90F heat? At most 100F (38C) or so.

That same exact sun at that same location and that same exact amount of heat can power 100,000 homes. Google the term "Crescent Dunes" for more information to see how this can be done.

A follow on project called Sandstone will produce the equivalent power of a nuclear plant.

To understand how this works one needs to understand the relationship between space and energy.

The project transforms a 2D (plane) of energy into a 0D (point) of energy.

The plane consists of a 2 mile diameter circle of mirrors pointing toward the center.

The center point is actually a cylinder with salt. The salt heats up to 500-1000C. At this temperature it turns into a liquid and is pumped downward to a ground data system below where it is used to produce electricity.

The 2D (plane) is actually many 1D (lines) of mirrors which start from the center and protrude outward.

What would happen if we placed the lines at 1 degree intervals? The salt heats up to 750C. Just right. Peachy!

What would happen if we placed the lines at 5 degree intervals? The salt heats up to 500C. A little anemic but still within bounds.

What would happen if we placed the lines at 10 or 20 degree intervals? The salt heats up to 250C and does not melt and stays solid. All bets are off.

What would happen if we placed the lines at 0.1 degree intervals? The salt heats up to 10,000C and a meltdown of the apparatus occurs. We overcooked the salt.

The granularity of spacing of the 1D lines of mirrors that constitute a 2D plane regulate the heat, too much or too little, generated at the point of the 0D central cylinder filled with molten salt.

Crescent Dunes and DVIS comparison and contrast

What determines the granularity of the DVIS? The combined frames per second rate of the onboard camera or cameras. For example a single camera operating at 30 frames per second for 6 seconds produces 30x6 = 180 degrees at 1 degree granularity. With xrays only 180 degrees is needed to produce a 3D model.

What determines the period of orbit of the DVIS? The velocity setting of the stepper motor of the DVIS. In other words how fast the xray generator/scanner rotates.

What determines the limit max capacity of energy calculations of the central body of the DVIS? Remember DVIS input is 2D xray light energy MEASUREMENTS, not xray light or radiant solar energy and heat. The output format is the bottlneck. The eight bits (256) per color of all available manufactured monitors is the key constraint.

As humans we are seriously obstructed. Our eyes are stuck in our skulls, which hinders our direction and peripheral vision. We cannot discern too many colors, so our monitors are built to handle only 8 bits per color. If the consumer of the data is a machine vision system which guides a robotics end effector, not a surgeon or doctor, then the output can be increased to 32 or 64 bits.

Our human eye capacity and monitor technology is like trying to maintain a barrel of molten salt on a high tower in Nevada and the barrel is made of cheap common consumption supermarket bottle plastic. How can one maintain heat to spin turbines to power 100,000 homes in a plastic barrel that easily vaporizes vanishes and disintegrates?

Conclusion

Our 3D reality depends on a continuous steady balanced stream of energy from all sides to maintain stability.

If the granularity or period of orbit is increased more and more our 3D reality becomes unstable and falls apart.

If the granularity or period of orbit is decreased less and less, no problem, the 3D reality can still be stable, however the excess heat or energy, or energy measurements in the case of the DVIS, need to be collapsed and reduced.

What to do with the excess energy? One could say that this is the source of energy of a LENR (cold fusion) type of phenomenon. But that would be jumping to conclusions.

Using an analogy, if a currency is overinflated what can be done? Chop off several 0's at New Years, have a party, and the currency adjusts itself in the following year.

Using an analogy, if a stock is down on its luck what can be done? A reverse 20:1 split, explain to investors that no value is lost in the process, and the stock adjusts itself in time.

The important point to remember is that as energy is applied uniformly from all sides and all directions to create our 3D reality then adjusting the period of orbit or granularity of the source/acquisition has an effect on the stasis of the central body in focus.