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Descarte de Lixo/Dejetos Humanos em Casos de Calamidades/Acidentes: Projeto da Matrix/DNA

terça-feira, maio 15th, 2012

Estão oferecendo um prêmio de U$ 15.000,00 ( quase 30.000,00 reais?) para quem fornecer uma idéia teórica de algo para eliminar o lixo e dejetos humanos de áreas/acampamentos feitos para pessoas desalojadas. É nuito fácil participar e enviar a idéia. A seguir registramos algo do projeto e abaixo mostramos a nossa sugestão que foi enviada.

Safe Containment or Processing of Human Waste in Emergency Situations

AWARD: $15,000 USD |  DEADLINE: 7/03/12 |  ACTIVE SOLVERS: 308  |  POSTED: 5/03/12
Source: InnoCentive      Challenge ID: 9933003     Type: Theoretical-licensing

Detailed Description & Requirements

Rapid onset natural disasters such as earthquakes and flooding result in displaced populations gathering at aid sites. It is very often the case that no formal sewage network exists and it can often be that the ground is unsuitable for creating pit latrines (e.g. rocky ground or paved urban environments). In such situations, accumulation of human waste rapidly leads to contamination of sites and outbreaks of enteric disease. In emergency situations, enteric disease can cause more fatalities than the primary disaster.

The Seeker requires waste management solutions that will reduce the health risks related to inadequate containment or decontamination of human excrement during disaster response situations, especially those where conventional latrine solutions are not tenable.


Sugestão enviada pela Matrix/DNA:

Title: NatureWayToDoThis

Inocentive Challenge Human Waste

Safe Containment or Processing of Human Waste in Emergency Situations

AWARD: $15,000 USD |  DEADLINE: 7/03/12 |  ACTIVE SOLVERS: 308  |  POSTED: 5/03/12

Source: InnoCentive      Challenge ID: 9933003     Type: Theoretical-licensing


My idea is that we can copy the way Nature makes it, when discarding its waste. How Nature do that? See in the diagram below:

The MatrixDNA as Closed System

The MatrixDNA as Closed System

We can see better in the following diagram (clique na figura para ver maior):

A Fábrica Ecológica

A Fábrica Ecológica

The feces inside the latrine is in the place of Function 4. When this formula is applied at an astronomic system, the body in this function (planets and pulsars) contains matter in solid and liquid state. Then the body is exposed in orbit around a star, whose heat evaporates the liquid matter. When this formula is applied at cell system, the body in this function (mitochondria) are fragmented and driven to vesicles, going out of cell. At function 6, the bodies (stars) are expelling its energy. At function 7 the body is fragmented and transformed in dust, dried dust, and then, sent to a vortex at F1.

How we could imitate something of this in a latrine? First: how to evaporate the liquid in the feces? Is it already made? The gases could be dangerous to humans around? We must think about this.

Second: How to do the fragmentation of solid pieces into tiny dust? Well, nature creates a rotative vortex for doing it. We can do it if has wind and putting “helices” over the latrine. The rotation of helices could make the rotation of solid pieces in a box.

Third: Nature puts energy into the dust, because its goal is to reproduce a new astro. Our goal should be to incinerate the dried dust inside the box. Are there some technologies for that? I am having some ideas but need more time.

Now we will need to think about the waste at free air. Maybe the formula could do good suggestions…

By the way, I hope that my contribution could be inspiration for someone else. Cheers…  Louis Morelli ( fone: 973-477-0260 – e-mail: – Newark – NJ – USA.)

(Explanations about how the Matrix/DNA formula and diagram works are in my website: )


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7:21 PM
Dear Louis,

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