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Shubhankar Kulkarni
Shubhankar Kulkarni Sep 18, 2020
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Co2 fire extinguishing bombs attached to trees at strategic positions

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Sep 18, 2020

Grid of drones to identify fires at the second they start

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Udruga Mladih UMNO
Udruga Mladih UMNO Oct 12, 2020
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic3 months ago
Many other fire-prone places also desperately need this, including the coastal areas of your country.
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Udruga Mladih UMNO
Udruga Mladih UMNO3 months ago
Our leaders dont onvest any money in fire prevention. They just fight fires. This is a real solution and its not even that expensive. Also semi automatic.

Making artificial rain clouds

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Shubhankar Kulkarni
Shubhankar Kulkarni Oct 13, 2020

[1]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFqfCDEp6iw

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic3 months ago
Are they releasing oxygen and hydrogen or is it water vapor from a water tower (or river in the case of your video)? During rocket launches, they rapidly release huge amounts of water to dampen audio vibrations which are otherwise too strong and would cause damage to the rocket and the surroundings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SuFn8sPFdTs
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic3 months ago
The video gave me another idea:) Imagine a rocket-powered fire extinguisher the magnitude as depicted in your reference video. That would be something:) Attached to a river you could put out a wide area of fire. The range of water vapor could be extended by such fans mounted on trucks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9W3dJX9ZjM
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Shubhankar Kulkarni
Shubhankar Kulkarni3 months ago
The guy in the video said hydrogen and oxygen. However, the rocket uses liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. When they are exposed, they react explosively forming water and giving out energy. The energy (heat) converts the water into steam. (Reference: https://www.nasa.gov/topics/technology/hydrogen/hydrogen_fuel_of_choice.html)

Preventing the wildfires using satellites

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Juran Oct 14, 2020

[1]https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2019/nasa-tracks-wildfires-from-above-to-aid-firefighters-below

[2]https://geog.ucsb.edu/early-warning-fire-detection-satellite-proposed-by-berkeley-scientists/

AI powered identification of potential problem areas and preventative clearance

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Sep 18, 2020

Dig wells, connected to localized sprinker systems, powered by solar panels

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Sep 18, 2020

Rocket powered, large area fire extinguisher

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Darko Savic
Darko Savic Oct 13, 2020
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Shubhankar Kulkarni
Shubhankar Kulkarni3 months ago
You mean to convert the water into vapor, making it lighter and then blowing it over the are under fire?
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Darko Savic
Darko Savic3 months ago
Yes, essentially saturating a wide area in fog and doing it for long enough for everything to get soaking wet

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