RU2615822C2 - Storage for information cases, which synchronizes auxiliary mixed laser lighting with area of intensive technical development, and nasal supports of sunglasses - Google Patents

Storage for information cases, which synchronizes auxiliary mixed laser lighting with area of intensive technical development, and nasal supports of sunglasses Download PDF

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RU2615822C2
RU2615822C2 RU2015118739A RU2015118739A RU2615822C2 RU 2615822 C2 RU2615822 C2 RU 2615822C2 RU 2015118739 A RU2015118739 A RU 2015118739A RU 2015118739 A RU2015118739 A RU 2015118739A RU 2615822 C2 RU2615822 C2 RU 2615822C2
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    • F21SNON-PORTABLE LIGHTING DEVICES; SYSTEMS THEREOF; VEHICLE LIGHTING DEVICES SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLE EXTERIORS
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    • H01SDEVICES USING THE PROCESS OF LIGHT AMPLIFICATION BY STIMULATED EMISSION OF RADIATION [LASER] TO AMPLIFY OR GENERATE LIGHT; DEVICES USING STIMULATED EMISSION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION IN WAVE RANGES OTHER THAN OPTICAL
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Abstract

FIELD: information technology.
SUBSTANCE: storage of information is organized by genetic analogy (as in double DNA chains). The cases are strung on vertically hanging impaired threads, each of which can be quickly removed in the chip code inside the main case of the thread. The information necessary for specialists in certain occupations is stored inside the cases. Lighting is done by individual groups of lasers that generate beams of different colours. The laser group is activated when the storage is removed from the relevant thread with cases (when the thread is being returned, the lasers are turned off). The lasers are fed by spherical solar cells preferably located above the clouds.
EFFECT: regulation of energy supply to the Earth in the areas of intensive technical development.
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The group of inventions relates to means of storage and delivery of storage media in rooms equipped with gravity feed devices, to sources of combined laser illumination of territories combined with these means, held with the help of high-altitude supports, and to the nose supports of light protection glasses for working in areas of different illumination .

The inventions are compatible with a computer system using genetic models.

Known artificial moon (B64G 1/00, B64G 9/00, patents for applications 2000130101 and 99115687 from 11/30/2000 and 07/19/1999), which contains a casing, the surface of which illuminates the Earth, characterized in that the artificial moon contains a tinplate having the shape of a ball filled with hydrogen, an oxygen section having the shape of a hollow quartz ring filled with oxygen and electrodes through electroconductors is connected to the electrodes of the quartz tube, containing an anode, cathode, solenoid coil, control nozzles and a return pipe with a pump. It may also contain a spherical body made of aluminum, containing a direct current generator, an electric motor, a centrifugal tube and apparatus for monitoring.

The disadvantage of the artificial moon is that its lighting parameters, like that of the natural moon, are not regulated.

Known dialectic case for a banknote, security and / or other document (A450 11/18, patent of the Russian Federation for a utility model according to the application No. 2003109567 from 04.04.2003), containing two parallel, curved, transparent, interconnected plate with recesses, divided by one or more parallel partitions into several compartments in which the banknote, security and / or other document is placed, the edges of the case are detachably interconnected by parallel partitions, the shape of the case is rectangular with rounded corners my plots.

The drawback of the case is its individuality, because of which it is not always convenient to process a large number of cases.

There are known windbreaks described in the application for an orbital pneumatic lift (patent for the invention according to the application No. 2005134495/11 (038571) of 11/11/2005, B66B 9/04, B64G 5/00), which contains sealed main trunks communicating through an adjustable mechanism and communicating with them additional trunks.

The disadvantage of the windbreaks of the described design is their narrow specialization.

A well-known autonomous system for directing the Sun's rays onto an object (patent for the invention of the Russian Federation No. 2396495 according to the application No. 2009100233/06 of 01/11/2009, F24J 2/42) containing torsion-shaped drives made of metal with a shape memory effect in which the sun's rays are guided on the object is provided by the rotation of the mirror reflector using two rotation axes, anti-aircraft and azimuthal ..

The disadvantage of the described construction is the unknown how the long-term presence of the metal with the shape memory effect in a vacuum or at low atmospheric pressure affects.

A known laser with solar pumping (patent for the invention of the USSR No. 1701082 according to the application No. 4758268/25 from 11/14/1989, H01S 3/09), which has two systems of different aperture mirrors, two roof-shaped return reflectors and an active element. Slots in the return reflector and in the mirror provide multiple passage of pump radiation through the active element.

The disadvantages of the laser are: 1) solar pumping implies a constant location of the Sun relative to the Earth and laser mirrors, and there is no system for pointing mirrors to the moving Sun; 2) there is no protection against the screening of light by clouds.

The aerostat-space energy system is known (patent for the invention of the Russian Federation No. 2481252 according to the application No. 2011141939/11 dated 10/18/2011, B64G 1/42, B64B 1/50), which includes at least one space solar power station, ground control station with an accumulative ground system, as well as an intermediate point of energy reception in the form of a controlled tethered balloon. Solar photoconverters and a laser are located on the surface of the aerostat facing the cosmos, and a laser is aimed at the space power station, and infrared photoconverters are located on the side facing the Earth. The balloon is preferably in the form of a disk held above the cloud zone by a cable-cable connecting the balloon to the ground system. On the lateral surface of the balloon mounted electric motors associated with the service module. The cable-cable is devoid of a balloon system. A space solar power station is a satellite of the Earth, consisting of autonomous converting modules, a focusing mirror system, supercapacitors, a system of remote energy transfer. In addition, there is an instrument-and-aggregate compartment with control systems and the issuance of information about the status of the satellite at the ground control point. The technical result of the invention is aimed at increasing the amount of electricity received with the small size of the ground receiving point, as well as improving the environmental situation in the area of this point.

The disadvantages of the system are: too many degrees of freedom of the balloon, a mobile balloon requires the creation of an expensive system of aiming mirrors on its photoconverters; the system is designed to improve the energy of non-living objects - evolutionarily this is not a sufficient solution: increasing the energy of non-living objects, it is necessary to increase the energy of living ones, in addition, protection from the screening of light by clouds is not provided.

Known solar space power station and an autonomous photo-emitting panel (according to the patent for the invention of the Russian Federation No. 2492124 according to the application No. 2012114958/11 dated 04.17.2012, B64G 1/42, 1/44, 1/10), which includes a base module, a mirror system , a laser radiation adder aimed at the mirror system and photoconversion panels outside the base module. Each photoconversion panel is made of two types of panels: photovoltaic panels and autonomous photo-emitting panels. Autonomous panel photoconverters are electrically connected through energy storage devices to the pump and control units. The adders of each stand-alone panel are connected to the indicated adder by a fiber optic cable.

A disadvantage of the invention is also its relation to the system of inanimate objects.

Known windbreaks (according to the application for the invention of the Russian Federation No. 2009126888/11 (037425) from 07/13/2009, B64G 5/00, G02B 5/08, G06N 3/12, H03J 5/24, H02H 23/12, 23/24), installed around the orbital lift protected by them, characterized in that the supporting pipes constituting them are inclined to form a truncated pyramid by the windbreaker structure.

In addition, there is an artificial moon fixed at the top of the truncated pyramid, having stripes of a transparent surface, under which there are cells with mirrors, which alternate with opaque stripes with the possibility of placing each mirror in a reflective or curtained position and with the possibility of additional illumination of territories during daylight hours .

In addition, the artificial moon is characterized in that for each mirror, the position-controlling frame with the current is electrically connected by wires to a button pressed by the filament’s head case with cases strung on it, placed in a working bunker in a room near the Earth’s surface so that each inserted into the holder of the working hopper, the head case presses the aforementioned button preventing the corresponding mirror from exiting the blind position, with the possibility of bringing the mirror into a reflective position when removing the goal vnogo case of the holder and removing the thread with cases from the hopper.

The disadvantages of the described design are the scattering of light by the moon, which does not allow it to achieve a concentration noticeable to the eye at the surface of the Earth, and the lack of a system for directing the sun's rays reflected by the moon onto the illuminated area, which when the winds swing the winds will lead to significant deviations of the rays from the illuminated area.

A well-known repository for cases with information is selected, which synchronizes additional lighting with the work of the zone of intensive development of technology (according to the application for the invention of the Russian Federation No. 2013116158/11 (023899) dated 04/09/2013, B64G 99/00, G02B 5/08, G06N 3 / 12, H03J 5/24, H02H 23/12, H02H 23/24), including functionally connected working hopper with cases on the surface of the earth and an artificial moon to illuminate the zone of intensive development of technology, while the artificial moon is fixed on top of the windbreak, such windbreaks with artificial moons shield the orbital lift manicured by the wind, the artificial moon has stripes of transparent surface, under which there are cells with mirrors, and which alternate with opaque stripes with the possibility of each mirror being placed in a reflective or curtained position and with the possibility of additional illumination of the zone of intensive development of technology during daylight hours, at each mirror, the frame with the current that controls its position is electrically connected by wires to a button pressed by the head case of the thread with the cases strung on it, hinged into the working hopper indoors near the ground so that each head case inserted into the holder of the working hopper presses the button that prevents the corresponding mirror from moving out of the blind position, with the possibility of bringing the mirror into a reflective position when removing the head case from the holder and removing the thread with the cases from the hopper, while in the working hopper the cases with information carriers are stored, the cases are strung on threads, the threads are fastened in pairs and vertically suspended, with the possibility of automatic extraction of a pair of threads according to the signal from the requesting case in the device for reading the identification code, characterized in that the surface of the artificial moon, turned towards the Sun and the zone of intensive development of technology, is made concave, said cells with mirrors and alternating transparent and opaque bands are located in the depth of the funnel-shaped the recesses, the walls of the funnel-shaped recesses are made reflective, the artificial moon is movably mounted on the frame, which rotates it in curved surface towards the Sun and the zone of intensive development of technology using a clock mechanism, the directivity of reflected light to the zone of intensive development of technology is also provided by the load in the lower part of the moon.

The disadvantages of the storage are 1) the insufficient concentration of illumination on the concave surface of the artificial moon, the reflected light will be scattered in the atmosphere without concentrating on the illuminated area on the surface of the Earth, 2) the aiming system of the reflected light is too complicated and does not provide accurate aiming when changing the position of the Sun relative to the artificial moon.

A spectacle frame from a frame and two earhooks is also known (Technology for manufacturing glasses. Edited by L. S. Urmacher, M .: Medicine, 1990, p. 159-170), while the frame design includes rims, nose bridge, nose stops , swing hinge. The rims of the frame are connected by a nose bridge, which is formed along a radius corresponding to the curvature of the nose. When the nose is located along the line connecting the centers of the light openings of the frame, the radius of the bend of the nose lies within 12-15 mm, and when the nose is located above the line, the radius increases.

The disadvantage of the described glasses and nose bridge is that when the glasses are made with sunglasses, their wearer cannot look under the glasses in the space between the glasses and the face where there are no filters.

The aim of the invention is to give the windmill lighting and social functions.

The technical result of the invention is:

- installation at the top or bottom of the windbreaks of lighting devices in the form of lasers with colored rays shining towards the site on the surface of the Earth,

- laser consumption of electricity from the converted energy of sunlight in spherical solar panels, that is, the autonomy of the energy supply of the lasers,

- mixing of rays from lasers of different light with the formation of white light in the place of illumination,

- protecting the light of the lasers from the clouds by placing a spherical battery on top of the windbreaker, and the lasers fed by it at a level below the clouds,

- additional laser lighting in the daytime of the zone of intensive development of technology, the presence of a laser guidance system in this zone,

- the dependence of the degree of additional coverage on the workload of society, in particular, on the implementation of inventions,

- a combination of members of society and the computer environment into a single coherently operating system,

- storage, search and seizure not of individual cases, but of complementary strands carrying cases like two strands of cell DNA,

- labeling of cases in one case of a series, and not each separately,

- storage of cases in series strung on threads,

- accelerating the loading of the storage of cases, the abolition of the input hopper,

- streamlining the issuance of a series of cases,

- accounting when using cases of social, psychological and other needs of society,

- the ability to erase and collapse information in the repository,

- the use for toning the nervous system of the contrast between increased illumination in the zone of intensive development of technology and eye shadow with dark glasses that are worn outside the zone of intensive development of technology,

- the ability to fix dark glasses on the nose in two positions - upper and lower, respectively, on the movable and stationary nose bridge.

These technical results are achieved by the fact that a repository for cases with information is proposed that synchronizes additional mixed laser lighting with the work of the zone of intensive development of technology, including functionally connected working hopper with cases on the ground and a lighting system to illuminate the zone of intensive development of technology, while the lighting system mounted on top of a windbreaker, enclosing, for example, an orbital lift from the wind, characterized in that the lighting system contains the upper and lower spherical sections connected near the poles, the frame of which form meridional and latitudinal bearing rings, between which the plates of the photoconverters are inserted to form two spherical solar cells, and which can swing in the sagittal plane, and also contains three or more compartments with lasers, each the department contains lasers generating rays with a single wavelength, the department lasers form groups, each of which includes lasers of all colors and wavelengths present in the departments, between the lowest lasers of the overlying compartment and the uppermost lasers of the underlying compartment adjacent to them, a distance equal to the diameter of the spot from the diverging rays corresponding to the wavelength of the Earth’s surface, namely, the estimated diameter of the spot from the larger of the spots of two wavelengths, is provided. is carried out from spherical solar panels, with each group of lasers electrically connected by wires to a button pressed by each head case, which is the first case rum on one of two paired threads placed in a working bunker indoors at the surface of the Earth, while the first cases on the second of a pair of threads hang down freely with the possibility that each head case when removing it from the holder and removing the thread with cases the button is released from the hopper, and it turns on the group of lasers, and when each head case with a thread with cases in the hopper is installed, each head case presses the mentioned button and turns off the group of lasers, while in the working hopper tlyary storage media, cases are threaded on the filament, the filaments are fastened in pairs and vertically suspended, with the possibility of automatically extracting a pair of threads on a signal requesting a sheath in an apparatus for reading the identification code.

In addition, the shelves of three or more compartments with lasers are mounted on the pipes of the windbreaker at a level below the clouds, and the tube-shaped protective shells covering the compartments with the lasers on each tube are made transparent with the possibility of laser rays being visible through them, while in transparent tube-shaped protective shells lockable hatches with transparent covers with the possibility of people accessing through them, and hooks for landing a balloon or airship are made on the supporting reinforcement of the tube-like shell.

In addition, said lower section has a funnel-shaped recess formed by load-bearing beams and bearing rings with photoconverter plates inserted between them, the entrance to this recess being covered by transparent insulation, and these three or more compartments with lasers are located at the bottom of this funnel-shaped recess.

Also proposed are the nose supports of sunglasses, including two nose bridge, the upper and lower, connected by a hinge, the upper bridge of the nose at the ends distant from the hinge joint carries nose pads, with the possibility of wearing glasses on the lower bridge of the nose with the upper bridge of the nose raised up or down to form a gap between the lower edge of the rims of the frame and the face of the person carrying the glasses, with the ability to wear glasses with two nose bridge outside the zone of intensive development of technology and take pictures in an additionally lit onet intensive development of technology.

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FIG. 1 is a general view of a working hopper with threads carrying cases inside it, FIG. 2 - a pair of threads with cases mounted on a shelf, FIG. 3 is a longitudinal section AA of a shelf with cases; FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram of a call using a chip on the brand of the requesting case of the chip on the brand of one of the requested cases, FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of the electrical adjustment of the inclusion of a group of lasers, FIG. 6 is a diagram of the arrangement of a group of lasers among other groups of lasers in a lighting system at the top of a windbreaker; FIG. 7 is a transverse section of the spacecraft of the windbreaker; FIG. 8 is a vertical longitudinal section of the AI of a windbreaker, FIG. 9 - rollers of a protective tube-like shell; FIG. 10 is a front view of a lighting system at the top of a windbreaker, FIG. 11 is a sagittal section MM of the lighting system, FIG. 12 shows a rocking unit of a lighting system in a sagittal plane in a vertical frontal section, FIG. 13 - the place of entry of the windbreaker into the ground, FIG. 14 is a diagram of an ID code reader, FIG. 15 is an external view of a spherical solar cell photocell with a cutout at the junction of the parts of the meridional bearing ring, FIG. 16 is a photocell of a spherical solar battery in a cross section of an LV, FIG. 17 is a diagram of mixing beams from one group of lasers; FIG. 18 - glasses with a raised upper nose bridge, FIG. 19 is a hinge connecting the upper nose to the lower in position with the raised upper nose, FIG. 20 is a slice of the OO of the hinge connecting the upper nose bridge to the lower, FIG. 21 - glasses with the upper nose down, FIG. 22 is a hinge connecting the upper nose to the lower in position with the upper nose down.

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In FIG. 1 and lower: 1 - funnel-shaped shell of the working bunker, 2 - threads with cases carrying information, 3 - floors of the building, 4 - observation window, 5 - slide for rolling threads with cases, 6 - electronic code reader from the requesting case , 7 - a table for receiving a called thread with cases, 8 - a table for marking, 9 - a table for laying information carriers in cases of a thread;

In FIG. 2 and lower: 10 - a shelf for the first head case, 11 - a key button for a circuit that includes a group of lasers, 12 - an inductor of a device that moves the case from the shelf, 13 - one of the pusher magnets that move the case from the shelf, 14 - a transparent plate case, 15 - electronic storage medium in the case, 16 - branded indicator block, 17 - case frame, 18 - edge protrusion of transparent plates 14 to form a shoulder, 19 - conductive contacts and conductive material around the perforation hole in the plate 14, 20 - outer contact clamp, 21 - inner con act clamp, 22 - screws for securing contacts, 23 - push-button detachable connection between cases, 24 - transverse partition separating the electronic information carrier from conductive contacts, 25 - case with information, 26 - case with information, complementary to case 25, 27 - thread connecting the cases 25, 28 - the thread, connecting cases 26, 29 - the back of the shelf;

In FIG. 3 and below: 30 - lateral thrust protrusion of the shelf, 31 - rings for threading threads 27, 28;

In FIG. 4: 32 - inductance coil in the reader of the identification code of the brand of the requesting case, 33 - shelf resistance to absorb excessive fluctuations of the brand of the requested case, 34 - capacities of different sizes corresponding to the numbers on the brand of the requesting case, 35 - capacities of different sizes corresponding to the numbers on brands of requested cases, 36 - oscillatory circuit of the brand of the requesting case, 37 - oscillatory circuits of brands of different requested cases, 38 - resistance to absorb excess oscillations of the chip mar and requesting the case;

In FIG. 5:39 - lasers of the first group emitting wavelengths of different colors,

In FIG. 6: 40 - compartments consisting of lasers of different groups emitting the same wavelength, 41 - lasers of the last group emitting wavelengths of different colors, 42 - cables supplying current to the first group of lasers, 43 - cables supplying current to the last group of lasers , 44 - laser beams;

In FIG. 7 and below: 45 - a tube-shaped protective sheath, 46 - transverse horizontal connecting bridges between the pipe-shaped sheaths, 47 - longitudinal horizontal connecting bridges between the pipe-shaped sheaths, 48 - large-diameter ring with grooves for rollers, 49 - pipe with cables of the element of the windbreaker, 50 - pipe flanges 49, 51 - angle of deviation of the wind flow, 52 - internal balloons with lifting gas, 53 - horizontal connecting bridges inside the pipe-like protective sheath 45;

In FIG. 8 and below: 54 - grooves for rollers, 55 - annular shield to cover the gap between vertically adjacent pipe-like protective shells, 56 - connection point of bridges 46 outside the large diameter ring 48 between grooves 54 for rollers, 57 - fixing rods of internal balloons 52, 58 - rollers tube-shaped balloon;

In FIG. 9: 59 - wheels of rollers, 60 - axles of wheels, 61 - wheel holder, 62 - supporting reinforcement in the form of a ring, 63 - ring-shaped fastenings of a pipe-like protective sheath to reinforcement 62, 64 - rivet;

In FIG. 10-11: 65 - meridional bearing rings of the lighting system, 66 - latitudinal bearing rings of the lighting system, 67 - photoconverter plates, 68 - wiring cables, 69 - photoconverter plates between compartments with lasers, 70 - rotation unit of the lighting system in the sagittal plane, 71 - cargo, 72 - funnel support rings, 73 - funnel support beams, 74 - upper compartment with red lasers, 75 - upper middle compartment with yellow lasers, 76 - lower middle compartment with green lasers, 77 - lower compartment with blue lasers, 78- the upper spherical section of the lighting system with spherical solar panels, 79 - the lower section of the lighting system with lasers and solar panels, 80 - the support of the lighting system, 81 - beams supporting the shelves with lasers, 82 - transparent insulation of the outlet of the funnel;

In FIG. 12: 83 - self-lubricating surfaces, 84 - head, 85 - cup, 86 - connection to the horizontal axis, 87 - equatorial ring of the lower part of the lighting system;

In FIG. 13: 88 - soil level, 89 - upper underground pipe section, 90 - sleeve ring of the pipe sections 49, 91 - cable entry hole;

In FIG. 14: 92 - recess in the case in the form of a case, 93 - requesting case, 94 - pressure plate, 95 - handle rotating around axis 96 at the base, 97 - contacts between which current collectors of grades are clamped, 98 - circuit wires, common with requested cases;

In FIG. 15-16: 100 — groove for inserting the protrusion 101, 102 — welding spot at the junction of the joined parts of the meridional bearing rings 65, 103 — welding spot at the junction of the connected parts of the latitudinal bearing rings 66, 104 — wires diverting the photocurrent from the photo converters 67;

In FIG. 17: 111 — a schematic representation of the windbreaker as a whole, 112 — angles between the tangent to the Earth’s surface and the direction of the rays 44, 113 — the convergence site of the rays on the Earth’s surface;

In FIG. 18, 21: 114 - the rims of the frame, 115 - the lower nose bridge, 116 - the nose rims of the rims, 117 - the temples, 118 - the upper nose bridge, 119 - the nose rings of the upper nose bridge, 120 - the jumper connecting the antennae 121;

In FIG. 19, 20, 22: 122 — an axial screw, 123 — a leaf with a ledge, 124 — a harpoon of a leaf with a ledge, 125 — a leaf with a groove, 126 — rivets, 127 — the upper face of the lower nose, 128 — the front face of the lower nose.

Information confirming the possibility of implementing the first claim.

Threads with cases are stored in a working hopper in a vertical state suspended from the upper end (Fig. 1). The working hopper is a shell in the shape of a funnel, but not round, but rectangular in a plan view. This form is necessary so that the operator can reach with his hand to the head of any thread through the open top of the funnel, which is important when filling it. The inner walls of the funnel are smooth, so that the thread with cases, falling, easily slides down to the exit of the funnel. The funnel is located in the hole in the ceilings of the upper floor of the building so that the operator, walking along the upper floor, could hang threads with cases for the upper cases on the shelves between the walls of the funnel, and the person who removes the necessary thread with the cases moved down below. There are two tables on the top floor: table 8 is for marking cases, table 9 is for completing cases with information. At table 8, the operator separates the brands with chips from blocks with the same type of stamps with a double-sided image with scissors and fastens the different types of stamps into a new block, gluing the edges of the stamps, and then inserts a case for stamps into the compartment. At table 9, the operator stacks electronic information carriers (floppy disks, cassettes, laser disks, flash drives, removable hard drives, etc.) and the accompanying information on paper in the corresponding compartments of the cases. A window 4 is provided in the floor of the upper floor to see the person taking the cases out. At the base of the funnel, there is an ID code reader 6, where the requesting case is inserted, using the code on the chips of which one of the suspended threads is selected, which falls and slides along the walls of the funnel to table 7 to receive it.

In the upper part of the funnel, parallel rows are attached to the boards forming the backs 29, to which narrow shelves 10 are attached from the lower end (Fig. 2, 3). Cases with electronic data carriers are mounted on shelves in a pressed position to the backs. These cases are head cases from a series of cases, which, like beads, are strung on a thread 27. Strictly speaking, the head case is the first case on one of the pair of threads that is installed on shelf 10, according to the code of this case, which matches the code of the requesting case, the pair of threads is removed from the shelf 10 and from the hopper (Fig. 3). For fastening the cases in a row, pairs of rings 31 are used that pass through the frame 17 and the plate 14 of each case. Through the rings, a thread of thread 27 is inserted in the cases of the first row or a thread of thread 28 in the cases of the second row. The rings 31 are detachable, like key rings, so that the case can be removed individually without removing the entire row of cases from the thread. For each row case on a button 23 of a button for fastening clothes, a second row case complementary to the first is attached. The mechanical fastening of the pair of cases was chosen, and not the fastening on the magnet, since the magnet can damage electronic records. The head case rests against the stop ledge 30 with its lateral end face. This ledge does not reach the bottom edge of the shelf 10, through the gap between them on the thread 27 the remaining cases hang freely vertically downward. Due to the emphasis on the ledge 30, the head case does not slide off the shelf 10. The head case is also fastened by a series of external contacts-clips 20, similar to the clip on the handle cap, to the back 29. Between the external contacts-clamps 20 and the internal contacts-clamps 21 the conductive contacts 19 are clamped Through the contacts 19, 20, 21, electric current flows to the chips located on the marks of the block 16 inside the case. The shelf 10 is narrow, and the contact clips 20 are weak, therefore, when the pushers 13, which are permanent magnets inserted into the inductor 12 and move inside it when the current in it changes, the head case collides with the bottom part from the shelf, and under the influence of the weight of the threads with case 27 and 28 is carried away down, slipping out of the clamps 20, 21. When installing the case on the shelf by the force of its weight, he presses the button 11, when the case falls from the shelf, the button 11 is automatically lifted by the spring under it. When you release button 11, a group of lasers at the top of the windbreak is turned on. Thus, it turns out that the more filaments with cases removed from the store, the stronger the laser light from the lighting system at the top of the windbreak.

The loss of the head case from the shelf occurs when the identification code 6 of the requesting case 93 is installed in the reader unit (Figs. 1, 14). The requesting case is arranged identically with the cases strung on threads 27, 28. There is a recess 92 in the body of the reader unit in the form of the requesting case 93, and there is a groove for the shoulder of the case 93 around the perimeter of the recess. The requesting case is placed in the recess, on top of it, to the plane of the recess they are pressed by the plate 94 after turning the handle 95 around the axis 96. In this case, a conductive contact similar to contact 19 on the requested case is clamped between the contacts 97. Contact closure 97 includes a circuit in the circuit of FIG. 4 (the only key shown in the diagram symbolizes contacts 97). Electrical circuits are excited in the oscillatory circuits of the circuit. The mentioned chip on the brand is a set of capacities 35, the total capacity of each brand has its own and has 10 digits of values corresponding to the numbers on the brand from 0 to 9. Inductors 12 and resistors 33 are the same in all oscillatory circuits 37, that is, the circuits differ only the value of the total capacity. In the requesting case also in the stamps there is a set of containers 34, forming the same 10 digits in size. The inductor 32 is the same in parameters as the inductor 12, but does not have a core 13, and the resistor 38 is the same in parameters as the resistor 33. The coil 32 and the resistor 38 are located in the housing of the identification code reader. When oscillations are excited due to the difference in capacitance, the oscillation frequency in the circuits 37 will be different, but for one of the oscillation circuits it will coincide with the oscillation frequency of the circuit 36 of the requesting case and the identification unit, resonance will occur. Then the coil 12 of this circuit pushes the pusher 13 to the full length, while the buoyancy force will be enough to squeeze the clamp 20. In the diagram in Fig. 4, only one of the contours of the brands of each requested and requesting cases is shown, but there are several such brands in the case. Opposite each brand there is its own coil 12 and pusher 13. When all the contours of all brands of the requesting case coincide with all the contours of all brands of the requested case, all the pushers 13 of the shelf work, the forces of which will be enough to unclench all contacts 20 and push the case off the shelf 10. If at least one circuit 37 of one of the brands has a resonant frequency that does not match the frequency of the requesting case, not all contacts 20 open, the case will be kept on shelf 10. Resistance 33 performs two functions in the circuit: 1) they make Fucking in the circuits is damped, so that after removing one requesting case, another case with a different resonant frequency of oscillation of the chips of brands can be placed in block 6, 2) they reduce the amplitude of the resonant oscillations in the coil 12, making it impossible to accidentally push the pusher too 13. as the desired thread with cases fell and went down to table 7, the handle 95 is lifted and the requesting case is removed.

In FIG. 10-11 show a general view of the lighting system at the top of the windbreaker, in FIG. 5-6 - connection of the lasers of the lighting system, in FIG. 17 the general principle of the lighting system.

Lasers are connected in an electric circuit in groups. Each group contains at least three lasers, for example, red, green, and blue. In FIG. 5, 6, 10, 11, groups of four lasers are shown — red, yellow, green, and blue. In the general case, there can be three or more lasers in a group, generating radiation of different colors, which, when mixed together, as a result, give white light at the lighting site on Earth. The first head case in the row of cases 25, when it collides with the shelf, releases the button 11, which (see FIG. 5) at the same time includes a group of lasers in the AC electric circuit, for example, in FIG. 5, the first group of lasers 39 is designated. Thus, it turns out that the more filaments with cases 25, 26 removed from the storage, the more groups of lasers illuminate the surface of the Earth. People reading information from cases come to work in the morning or in the afternoon, remove their cases from shelves 10 and cause additional illumination of their work places and places near them with white light.

The lasers in the group are not located together, but are in different departments. In each compartment 74-78, lasers emitting a single color are assembled (Figs. 10, 11, 6). This is due to the divergence of the laser beam. In good lasers, the angular divergence of radiation, measured by the half-intensity level, ranges from 2 minutes to 15-20 seconds, and by the half-energy level, from 5 minutes to 40 seconds (Yu.A. Ananyev Optical resonators and the problem of laser divergence Radiation, Moscow: Nauka, 1979, p. 227). In practice, this means that for a 50 km-high windbreaker, a 2 minute difference on the Earth’s surface will give a light spot with a diameter of 28.5 m instead of the lighted point. The atmosphere has little effect on the propagation of a light beam in the optical range. Thus, energy losses due to molecular scattering in a vertical column of an atmosphere of a light beam with a wavelength of 0.69 μm make up 3.9%, and for a light beam with a wavelength of 0.55 μm - 9.1% (V.E. Zuev Propagation of laser radiation in atmosphere. M: Radio and communications, 1981, p. 79). That is, as a result of interaction with the atmosphere, the light spot from a laser on the Earth’s surface will be 3.9-9.1% fainter depending on the wavelength and in connection with a drop in intensity at the edges by a few percent will be less than the calculated size. So that the lasers of the lasers of one group mix at the Earth’s surface (Fig. 17), and not along the path to the Earth (the latter will lead to the formation of white light ahead of time, and white light will be scattered more strongly than monochromatic because it loses coherence), between the lowest lasers of the overlying compartment and neighboring with them, the uppermost lasers of the underlying compartment provide a distance equal to the diameter of the spots from the corresponding diverging rays on the Earth's surface, namely the diameter of the spot from the larger of the spots of two colors. If, for example, we consider lasers of the first group 39, which in each compartment are in the bottom row on the far left, or lasers of the last group, which in each compartment are in the upper row, on the far right (Fig. 6), or lasers of any group between them, under this condition, the distance between adjacent lasers of the same group will be much larger than the diameter of the larger of the two spots of light formed by the beams of these lasers on the Earth's surface. Then along the way the rays of each pair of lasers of the same group will not overlap. The fact that the rays of the same wavelength overlap from the lasers of the same compartment will make the monochromatic light brighter, which will contribute to its reaching the final site.

The fastening of the rows of lasers is carried out to the shelves (not indicated), which are attached to the beams 81 (Fig. 10, 11). Power to each group of lasers is supplied by a separate cable, for example, cables 42, 43 (Fig. 6), which is in circuit with button 11 (Fig. 5).

The arrangement of the compartments from the rows of lasers 74-77 inside the lighting system of one windbreaker is shown in FIG. 10-11. The lighting system is a whole two spherical solar panels. Its upper section 78 is a sphere, its lower section 79 is a sphere, one side of which is pressed in the form of a funnel. At the bottom of the funnel there are compartments with lasers. Spheres 78, 79 are connected at their poles. The framework of each sphere is formed by meridional rings 65 and latitudinal rings 66. The space between the rings is filled with plates of photoconverters 67, which form a spherical surface together with the rings. The funnel of the lower section also has its own frame of bearing rings 72, the diameter of which decreases from the surface of the sphere of the lower section to the center of the sphere of the lower section, where the lasers are located, and of the supporting beams 73 connecting the rings 72 to each other. The space between the beams 73 and the rings 72 is filled with plates of photoconverters, which together with the beams 73 and the rings 72 form a funnel-shaped depression wall. The space between the beams 81 supporting the shelves with lasers and between the compartments with lasers is also filled with plates of photoconverters 69. Cables 42, 43 and other cables are combined into cables 68 that extend into higher pipes of the windbreaker 49 (Fig. 10), ending at level above the lower section 79, forming a movable connection of lasers and cables in the pipes 49 of the windbreaker.

To aim the lasers, a load 71 is attached to the lower section, the axis of which is aligned with the beams 81. The lighting system is able to swing in the sagittal plane, which is provided by the turning unit 70. The direction of the load 71 to the center of the Earth leads to the fact that after the rocking of the lighting system it takes at the end rocking strictly one position, ensuring the projection of laser beams at a given point (Fig. 17). A more accurate aiming of each laser is carried out manually during the installation of the lighting system, which will be described below.

To protect the lasers from mechanical damage by dust and larger particles, the outlet of the funnel along the surface of the lower compartment sphere is lined with transparent insulation 82, which forms the surface of the sphere above the funnel.

The assembly 70 is shown in full detail in FIG. 12. It is a head 84, inserted into the surrounding from all sides except the outlet of the connection 86 of the bowl 85. The surface of the head and the bowl 83 are self-lubricating to reduce friction between them. Connection 86 attaches the head 84 to the latitudinal, namely to the equatorial ring 87 of the lower section of the lighting system 79. The head 84 is able to rotate around an axis extending along the connection 86 in the plane perpendicular to the figure. If the solar wind acts on a fixed structure, if the wind speed is too high, it will break it. If the lighting system is mobile, its energy will be spent on bringing it into a swinging position relative to the node 70, on bringing the swinging mass into motion. At the end of the gust of solar wind under the influence of cargo 71, the lighting system will occupy its characteristic position.

In FIG. 15-16 show the mounting of one plate of the photoconverter 67 in a spherical solar battery. The photoconverter plate itself is not described, since it is a standard plate manufactured by the industry, for example, in the case of a silicon photoconverter, it consists of eleven layers: 1) an antireflection coating, 2) glass, 3) an ultraviolet filter, 4) an epoxy adhesive layer, 5) silicon n-type, 6) p-type silicon, 7) glue, 8) epoxy insulation, 9) anodized aluminum plate, 10) aluminum honeycombs, 11) anodized aluminum plate (VN Gushchin. Fundamentals of spacecraft construction. M. : Engineering, 2003, p. 221-230). The rings of the lighting system 65, 66 are mounted from cruciform structures, which are connected end-to-end. In this case, the cylindrical protrusion 101 is inserted into the groove 100, after which they are spot welded from the outside, forming joints 102, 103. Spot, rather than continuous welding, is used so as not to damage the photo converters 67. First, the latitudinal ring 66 is mounted from the cross-shaped blanks, then into the grooves on plates of photoconverters are inserted on the sides of the latitudinal ring that has already been assembled from the cross-shaped blanks, then these plates are surrounded by frames, connecting another latitudinal ring with the sections of the meridional uschih rings by inserting the projections 101 into slots 100 meridional rings. At the same time, a belt of photoconverters 67 between latitudinal rings is attached to the assembled structure. With this assembly, a small latitudinal ring near the upper pole of the upper spherical region remains unfilled, without a photoconverter plate. To the uppermost latitudinal ring of the lower section 79, the lowest ring of the upper section 78 is attached through the processes of the meridional rings with protrusions 101 and grooves 100. During the latitudinal assembly, wires 104 are welded to the photoconverters 67 of the newly attached belt, which divert the photocurrent from the photoconverters and deliver it to the lasers. The total surface area of a spherical battery is calculated from the fact that when changing the position of the Sun, only a quarter of it is illuminated by it. It is known how much electricity is generated from the surface area of the photoconverters. Therefore, the surface area of the two spheres of departments 78 and 79 should be of such a radius that a quarter of their area produces enough electricity to power all the lasers. Spherical batteries do not require orientation along the Sun, this avoids the construction of complex homing structures, whose electronics can break more easily than a simple sphere.

Installation of the lighting system during the construction of a windbreaker is carried out at the Earth's surface in the horizontal position of the windbreaker, then the windbreaker rises to a vertical position. The laser aiming at the illuminated zone is partially spontaneous, based on the calculated angles 112 (Fig. 17), after setting the windbreaker in a vertical position, fine-tuning is done manually. The astronaut in a spacesuit in a stratospheric balloon rises to the lighting system, lands on the pole of the upper compartment, descends down the rope ladder to the level of the lasers, moves along the shelves from laser to laser. Between the bolt screwed into the laser mount and into the shelf, there is a nut, adjusting the height of which on the bolt, screwing it onto the bolt or screwing it from it, you can change the laser tilt relative to the shelf. The laser can also be turned relative to the bolt left and right, for this the shelf has a slot bent around the circumference to move the bolt and an additional nut that secures the shelf between the bolt head and the nut. In total, there are three nuts on the bolt: one for attaching it to the shelf and two, between which the laser mount is clamped. At the same time, a pier glass is placed in the zone of intensive development of technology. If the color of a laser of a given color is reflected from a dressing table when the lasers of other groups are turned off and the other lasers of this group are shutter-blind, then the astronaut will see the reflected light and understand that the guidance has been carried out correctly. After pointing all the lasers in this group, white light will be reflected from the pier glass. By tilting each laser of the group in turn after shielding the remaining lasers, the astronaut makes each laser hit the aiming point, which can be noted before aiming by illuminating the spotlight near the dressing table, after which, when all the lasers of the group are checked, the dressing table will reflect white. A person on earth can curtain the dressing table and shutter periodically, a blinking reflected light will result, which the astronaut will not confuse with anything. For easier rotation of the nuts, the astronaut in the spacesuit has a rigid mount on the sleeve of the spacesuit and a wrench as an inflexible sixth finger. As the illuminated areas, it is convenient to choose the windows of the rooms where new equipment is created. Then, for aiming, the window opens, a pier glass and a searchlight with a light filter are placed in it to distinguish the color of the light of the searchlight from the reflected light of the sun. Employees will work in specific rooms, which should be illuminated with additional light from the windows. Each group of lasers will illuminate a specific window. The window of the room where several employees work will be illuminated by several groups of lasers. It is possible to illuminate areas in open areas not obscured by the shadow of tall objects.

Since the system is not intended to be used at night, batteries may not be available in the lighting system. Batteries make the system heavier, so they are absent at the top of the windbreaker. To discharge excess electricity not absorbed by lasers, the system is connected to a single energy network. In this case, batteries can be located on the surface of the earth.

The funnel-shaped recess of the lower part of the lighting system is assembled similarly to the spherical part across the bearing rings 72 of the funnel, only rings 72 are used instead of the latitudinal rings 66, and beams 73 are used instead of the meridional rings 65. The bottom of the funnel-shaped recess is arranged like the rest of the surfaces, while the plates of the photoconverters 69 are placed in grooves on the side surfaces of the beams 81, in the grooves on the lower surfaces of the lower shelves of the overlying compartment and in the grooves on the upper surfaces of the uppermost floors ok underlying office.

The design of the windbreaker differs little from that proposed in application No. 2005134495/11 - only in that the windbreaker has the shape of a truncated pyramid.

The structural supporting element is a vertical pipe 49, the individual sections of which are connected by flanges 50 (Fig. 7, 8). Unlike the prototype, wiring cables 42, 43 and others stretch inside the pipe, connecting the shelves 10 under the cases with groups of lasers. Almost horizontal rings of large diameter 48 are suspended from the pipe on the bridges 53. They are slightly inclined with respect to the horizon line. A tube-like protective sheath 45 is movably attached to these rings. A pair of parallel grooves 54 are made on the outside of the rings 48 (Fig. 8, 9). On the inner side of the tube-like shell, rows of rollers 58 are made at the lower and upper edges. The rollers of the lower edge are included in the upper groove of the underlying ring 48, the rollers of the upper edge are in the lower groove of the overlying ring 48. The shell is used to shield the space behind the wind turbine from the wind. So that the wind does not blow in the cracks between the shells 45, annular shields 55 are installed between them.

Inside the tube-shaped shell installed balloons with lifting gas. They compensate for the weight of the pipe section, the rings and the shell opposite which they are located, as well as the weight of the sections in the airless space above the atmosphere. Ballonettes are mounted on rods 57 to bridges 53 of the upper and lower sections.

Pipes 49 with balloons and protective shells are elements of a larger structure (Fig. 7). They constitute a double windproof fence enclosing an empty interior from all sides. The rings 48 of the opposing fence tubes 49 are connected by transverse bridges 46 and longitudinal bridges 47, which, mutually intersecting, form an almost horizontal lattice. Pipes 49 are made inclined inward so that the design of the windbreaker is a truncated pyramid. Mentioned lattices from bridges 46, 47 at the base of the pyramid have a larger area than at its apex. The distance between the pipes 49 corresponds to the dimensions of the balloons 52 at the highest height. With height, the sizes of balloons 52 increase, as the density of the surrounding atmosphere decreases, and after it the density of the lifting gas in the balloons, and to create the same as the bottom of the lifting force requires larger balloons.

The lower ends of the pipe 49 are buried in the ground (Fig. 13). Under the ground is the sleeve connection of the pipe sections. In this case, the ring 90 of the upper section of the pipe enters the underlying section of the pipe 89.

The windbreaker is equipped with lightning protection. It is a conductive ring with spikes protruding outward, which are suspended on dielectric holders to the shields 55 of some sections. A wire extends from the rings with spikes along the entire length of the pipe outside it, which is grounded.

Installation of a windbreaker can be carried out in the same way as described in the aforementioned application No. 2005134495/11.

Around the space elevator, a fence of dozens of windbreaks is installed, each of which has a lighting system of the described design on top. Inside the space enclosed by windbreakers, the light from the lighting systems is summed up, and when fully lit on a sunny day, it is very bright.

The laser compartments in the described manner on the continuation of the supporting pipe-support 80 using the node 70 can be attached to the top of the windbreaker of any design, not only described. Shelves with lasers can also be mounted on the supporting structures of another type of windbreaker below the clouds.

Shelves of three or more compartments with lasers can be mounted not on the top of the windbreaker, but on the pipes of the windbreaker at a level below the clouds instead of internal balloons with lifting gas. Then the tube-like protective shells 45 covering the compartments with lasers on each tube are made transparent with the possibility of transmission of laser beams through them. Then, at the top of the windbreaker, there is only a single spherical solar battery without load, consisting of meridional and latitudinal bearing rings and plates of photoconverters between them and supplying lasers. It is similar to the upper section of the lighting system 78, which is connected with the possibility of rotation relative to the node 70 to the supports 80. In this case, in the transparent tube-shaped protective shells 45, closing hatches with transparent covers are made for people to access through them, and on the supporting armature 62 of the tube-shaped shell hooks for mooring a balloon or airship. The berth for airships and hatches for people are necessary for the work of employees carrying out laser aiming at illuminated areas. Laser aiming with a pier glass is described above. Moreover, each compartment contains lasers generating rays of the same wavelength, the department lasers form groups, each of which includes the lasers of all available wavelengths in the compartments, while a distance is provided between the lowest lasers of the overlying compartment and the neighboring upper lasers of the underlying compartment equal to the diameter of the spots from the diverging rays corresponding to the wavelength on the Earth's surface, namely the diameter of the spots from the larger of the spots of two wavelengths. The connection of the laser groups with the filaments of the cases when the lasers are located in the composition of the windbreaker below the clouds is the same as when the lasers are located on the top of the windbreak.

To enhance the effect of additional lighting in the zone of intensive development of technology, workers in the zone outside it are invited to wear sunglasses. Since glasses are most often worn outside the home and outside work, most workers will have to wear them in transport, primarily on their way to work. One of the entertainment in transport is reading books, newspapers and magazines, as well as information from tablets. Regular sunglasses will interfere with this activity, as they obscure the field of view and interfere with reading. Therefore, sunglasses are offered for use, in which you can look into the space between the glasses and cheeks, but which do not let direct sunlight into your eyes, but only allow a reduced light stream from the reading literature.

The proposed glasses are ordinary sunglasses, on which, in addition to the usual lower nose bridge 115, a movable upper nose bridge 118 is fixed (Fig. 18, 21). The upper nose 118 is a metal plate concave to the side from the face, one end of which is hinged to the lower nose bridge 115, and the second end is bifurcated into two antennae 121 connected by a jumper 120 and carries nose pads 119. For greater ease, the upper nose bridge is made of metal not poured into plastic. To give an aesthetic appearance, the upper nose is not bifurcated at the tip, but closer to the hinge, with the formation of antennae 121, reminiscent of the antennae of the insect.

The articulation of the two nose bridge differs fundamentally little from the connection of the earhooks with the frame rim, but unlike the latter, which provides for the opening of the earhooks at 90 degrees, the opening of the nose bridge is slightly less than 180 degrees. This is achieved by the fact that the protrusion of the sash 123 (Fig. 19, 22) is not located strictly above the upper face 127 of the lower nose, but at an angle of about 45 degrees to it. Accordingly, the harpoon 124 does not enter perpendicularly to the upper face 127 of the lower nose, but to the angle between the upper face 127 and the front face 128. In the articulation, the sash with the protrusion 123 is attached by the harpoon 124 to the lower nose, the sash with the groove 125 is riveted 126 to the upper nose. Sashes 123 and 125 are connected by an axial screw 122, relative to which the sash is rotated with a groove 125.

Glasses are worn in two positions. In the lower position, the nose rims of the rims 116 rest on the nose, the upper nose 118 is raised up (Fig. 18). The glasses are then dressed like ordinary glasses. In the upper position, the nose pads 119 of the upper nose 118 rest on the nose, the glasses are raised above the nose (Fig. 21), their wearer can look into the gap between the lower edge of the frame rims 114 and the face where there are no filters. And through this gap he can read without taking his glasses off. At the same time, with glasses worn in the upper position, the eyes of the glasses wearer are not visible to the outside observer, looking from the side, making the glasses wearer less contact with others.

The structure of the case storage can be implemented by analogy with the biochemical organization of the storage of genetic information.

Like DNA and RNA nucleotides, cases are divided into five types, which differ in the nature of the information stored in them and in how they use this information in practice.

The cases in the work bins contain electronic storage media for computers. According to the meaning of the information stored in them, the cases of each thread form triples, on one thread each triple is assigned to assimilate a certain type of profession to a person, in addition, four types of cases are distinguished by the level of complexity of the information contained in them in such a way that, like a genetic code of four types of cases, by their combinations in triples, 64 variants of the information contained in the cases are formed, while - as with each amino acid in the genetic code - from one to six var can correspond to the face of each type of profession The information contained in the cases. In this case, two strands with cases, like two complementary strands of DNA, contain information that uniquely corresponds to each other in each pair of adjacent connected cases from different strands of the pair.

Threads with cases for storing information and threads with cases for transmitting information to users can be entered into the storage, respectively. Threads for storing information are stored in the store and are not handed over to users. Information from the first threads is copied to the threads with empty cases for transmitting information to users, and information from the same order of the case as to the threads from the storage is copied to each case. This will ensure the availability of information in the repository if it is lost during use.

Thus, the mechanism of energy production can be effectively linked to socio-psychological and similar factors - in the process of using cases.

To ensure a sufficient amount of incoming developmental energy to the Earth, it is necessary to determine what frequency of the Sun or a set of frequencies carry developmental energy. This is a difficult task. The frequencies carrying the development energy can be experimentally selected by varying the frequencies of the lasers when changing the variable resistances in the composition of their connection circuits (Fig. 5). Those frequencies at which labor productivity will increase in the zone of intensive development of technology will be considered as stimulating development. Labor productivity can be accurately assessed using psychological tests. The change in wavelengths illuminating each specific window or area can be monitored by installing a spectrometer in the window or on the site.

A possible factor that tones up the nervous system would be the mixed white light of the lasers, which simulates the light from the Sun, and which will create brighter daylight, which will cause people's eyes to be more excited.

Other useful effects of artificial lighting, integrated into the described information system, are possible.

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1. Storage for cases with information, synchronizing additional mixed laser lighting with the work of the zone of intensive development of technology, including functionally connected working hopper with cases on the Earth's surface and a lighting system for lighting the zone of intensive development of technology, while the lighting system is mounted on top of the windbreak, enclosing for example, an orbital elevator from the wind, characterized in that the lighting system contains upper and lower spherical sections connected near the field owls, the frame of which form meridian and latitudinal bearing rings, between which plates of photoconverters are inserted to form two spherical solar cells and which can swing in the sagittal plane, and also contains three or more compartments with lasers, each compartment contains lasers that generate rays with the same length waves, department lasers form groups, each of which includes lasers of all colors and wavelengths available in the departments, while between the lowest lasers of the overlying compartment and the neighboring uppermost lasers of the underlying compartment provide a distance equal to the diameter of the spot from the diverging rays corresponding to the wavelength of the Earth’s surface, namely, the estimated diameter of the spot from the larger of the spots of two wavelengths, while the lasers are powered from spherical solar panels, in this case, each group of lasers is electrically connected by wires with a button pressed by each head case, which is the first case on one of two paired filaments placed in a working bin in the room near the Earth’s surface, while the first cases on the second of the pair of threads hang down freely with the possibility that each head case when it is removed from the holder and the thread with the cases removed from the bin releases the said button, and it includes a group of lasers, and when installing each head case with a thread with cases in the hopper, each head case presses the mentioned button and turns off the group of lasers, while cases with media are stored in the working hopper, the cases are strung on threads, these are fastened in pairs and vertically suspended with the possibility of automatically extracting a pair of threads according to the signal from the requesting case in the device for reading the identification code.
2. The storehouse according to claim 1, characterized in that the shelves of three or more compartments with lasers are mounted on the windbreaker pipes below the clouds, and the tube-like protective shells covering the compartments with lasers are made transparent on each tube with the possibility of laser beams through them moreover, in transparent pipe-like protective shells, closing hatches with transparent covers are made with the possibility of people accessing through them, and hooks for landing the balloon are made on the supporting reinforcement of the pipe-like shell or airship.
3. Storage according to claim 1, characterized in that said lower section has a funnel-shaped recess formed by load-bearing beams and bearing rings with photoconverter plates inserted between them, the entrance to this recess being covered by transparent insulation, and these three or more compartments with lasers are located at the bottom of this funnel-shaped depression.
4. The nose supports of sunglasses, including two nose bridge, the upper and lower, connected by a hinge, while the upper nose bridge at the ends farthest from the hinge joint carries nose pads with the possibility of wearing glasses on the lower bridge of the nose with the upper bridge of the nose up or down to form the upper bridge the gap between the lower edge of the rims of the frame and the face of the person carrying the glasses, and glasses with two nose bridge can be worn outside the zone of intensive development of technology and removed in an additionally illuminated area and intensive development techniques.
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