Graphene and green light for a Resource-Based Economy


In search of a miracle

Deciphering the atomic-molecular structure of substances laid the foundation for modern technologies. The 21st century will be the time of atomic design of various materials with desired properties. The start of a full-scale nanotechnology revolution is only held back by the cost-effective way of producing nanomaterials.

The urgent need for economic, environmental and social transformations in our society pushes us to look for ways to transition to a resource-based economy. Today, a group of researchers and developers of convergent sciences and nanotechnology are convinced that we have a solution to both of these challenges.

This rubric was created in order to prepare modern man for the changes that have taken place in science as human civilization develops. This post will focus on:
- About what opportunities for the purification of the environment and the development of human civilization opens up to us a new branch of scientific knowledge - convergent sciences and nature-like technologies.
- What will be the management of resources in the global resource-based economy of the future and how the fusion of nuclear engineering and socio-humanitarian technologies cancels the planned obsolescence of goods.
- How to improve the quality and life expectancy of everyone and how to feed and provide the highest standard of living for a population of more than 50 billion people without any cost and harm to the ecology of the planet.
- When it came: a breakthrough into a future in which cognitive evolution is inevitable and the achievement of a society of abundance, without money, war, violence, age and waste.
- What was done by a group of inventors from different countries numbering less than 100 people - researchers and developers of nature-like technologies in order to get to the future today. And what do they intend to do more for the sake of the planet and all its inhabitants.
- What can each of us do to build an environmentally friendly and more humane civilization, to improve the quality of life of people and to solve the most important problems of our time, such as the greening of activities and a change in the technical and economic structure.

For convenience, the text is split into parts:


Part 1.
Part 1.
In search of a miracle
Part 2.
Part 2.
Innovation: green graphene from waste
Part 3.
Part 3.
Introduction of green graphene and nature-like technologies
Part 3.1 Green Graphene in Advanced Lighting, Data Communication and Climate Control Systems
Part 3.2 Green Graphene in Advanced Food and Medicinal Plant Complexes

Part 4.
Part 4.

In search of a miracle

In recent years, the sustainable and environmentally friendly synthesis of high quality graphene has been one of the hottest topics in science and technology. Due to its unique qualities and importance for the ecology and development of civilization, environmentally friendly methods of graphene synthesis are extremely important. Therefore, there is a need for environmentally friendly and sustainable alternative methods of graphene synthesis without the use of hazardous reagents or expensive tools.

This has prompted researchers around the world to start developing new environmentally friendly methods for mass-producing graphene-based materials. Green graphene embraces all methods of producing graphene from recyclable materials that cause the least damage to the environment. Graphene itself possesses exceptional physical, chemical, mechanical, thermal and optical properties, opening up enormous potential for applications in various sectors and importance for ecology and the development of civilization.

Several alternative environmentally friendly methods for synthesizing graphene have been improved by various developers. Attention is drawn to the work of a group of researchers, which focused on finding opportunities to implement the idea of such giants of thought like Richard Buckminster Fuller and Zhores Alferov. These two great scientists pointed to the only rational solution: using resources "which we throw away as waste" to transform them into more advanced materials with pre-programmed properties.

«Pollution is nothing but the resources we are not harvesting. We allow them to disperse because we've been ignorant of their value»


Innovation: Green Graphene from Waste

Continuous research and the search for solutions in the field of waste management have allowed by 2018 to create environmentally friendly nanotechnology, which opens up the widest possibilities in resource management. "Green" graphene from waste is a complex nature-like technology for processing waste (resources) of all types (including toxic ones) into environmentally friendly nanomaterials with desired properties. Production of graphene and nanomaterials based on it from production and human waste.

All carbonaceous materials are used to synthesize pure graphene, and all other materials are sorted, refined and used to create various new materials. In most cases, the addition of 0.5% graphene to a material is enough to improve its properties tenfold or create new, perfectly unique ones.

This includes a whole range of technologies such as: technologies for automatic sorting of waste, technologies for transformation of elements and production of nanomaterials with programmed basic qualities by methods and methods of atomic-molecular design. The possibility of using all types of waste has gained great importance as it provides a field for the production of graphene at low cost in large quantities.

Given the abundance of scattered waste on the planet and even in orbit, this will be a game changer in the graphene world and accelerate the onset of the nanotechnology revolution. This will become a catalyst for the ecological and technological modernization of human activity and will introduce new classes of materials, products and devices into circulation.

Nature-like technologies and nanomaterials demonstrate in practice what degree of autonomy and what prospects their capabilities open to us. The use of nanotechnology made it possible to implement the most rational waste management strategy - transformation and synthesis of elements. A group of researchers and developers of nanotechnology are convinced that the cycle of renewable raw materials is a new round in the development of a resource-based economy.

Naturalness means not only the transformation of elements, but it implies the true environmental friendliness of production and the complete absence of emissions into the environment. This also applies to energy consumption: the development includes solutions in the field of energy technologies, using "green" graphene. Thus, the innovative production of nanomaterials from waste does not require external connection and uses energy obtained in a natural way without burning hydrocarbons.

Thus, a technological level has been reached in the management of resources, which is of great importance for the development of civilization and its spread beyond the galaxy. Without a doubt, these technologies will be used to transform and synthesize elements and provide a person with everything necessary for life anywhere, even outside the solar system. There is no need to dig mines on this or other planets and extract fossil resources. We can now transform elements anywhere and produce the materials we need with predetermined properties.

Almost everything that a modern man needs for life and work can be made of atoms and molecules, everything from food to nuclear power plants, molecular nanorobots will give us. From the dirt left on the mat after you have dried your feet.
- Zhores Ivanovich Alferov, 2000
Part 3

nature-like technologies and green graphene

Since 2010, such nanomaterials have been used by the mentioned group of developers for the manufacture of engineering and technical complexes, devices, products and life support systems. Since then, researchers have been working to fine-tune their nanomaterials technology to make it greener and more efficient. Without leaving work on practical applications and the introduction of nanotechnology.

Nanomaterials with programmable properties created atom by atom acquire qualities that are fantastic for classical physics, and these unique materials replace obsolete materials and are used in the form of heat-removing substrates and campaigns, pastes, glue, etc.

The task of the researchers was to demonstrate with the help of nature-like technologies of the 6-technological order that all human needs can be met without any need to reduce the population and without any damage to the planet and all its inhabitants.

The development of green graphene technology and the development of methods for using nanomaterials in systems and devices has been carried out for 11 years with reputable international scientific institutions.
On the basis of these developments, environmentally friendly and improved technologies for environmentally friendly and sustainable life support were created: food production systems, water production systems, gas-air space control, energy supply systems, and so on. Below we will talk about the use of nanomaterials in lighting systems, data transmission and climate control (3.1), and in complexes for the production of food and medicinal plants (3.2).
The starting material can be anything: any waste. Polyethylene, glass, food waste, oil products, coal, wood. Sawdust, a plastic bag, any packaging or old tire can become the skin of a spaceship or an unsinkable ship, an unbreakable device or a piece of clothing with unique properties and a 100-year warranty. Even toxic waste will be rendered harmless and transformed into nanomaterials with magical properties.
PART 3.1

Green graphene in improved
lighting systems, data transmission and climate control

With the help of materials obtained using the "green" graphene technology, polymer coatings for LEDs have been developed and introduced, which make it possible to obtain a true full solar spectrum, which is extremely important for the quality development and life of a person. Thus, the most efficient, durable and environmentally friendly lighting solutions in the industry were supplemented with a line of lighting devices with a biologically adequate solar spectrum - this is the first photobiologically safe lighting solution in the history of artificial lighting development.

From now on, engineers manage the spectrum and create the necessary one for the intended purpose. This made it possible to create biologically adequate artificial lighting without effects toxic to the human body. Learn more about research on the effects of light on life.

The innovation was highly appreciated by reputable medical, biological and agricultural research institutes in Russia and Europe. Based on these developments in spectrum management, various improvements are being made in food and medicinal plant technologies, quantum and nanomedicine, and various applications. Improved health indicators in living organisms have been proven.

We can definitely say that with the help of materials obtained by the technology of "green" graphene, it was possible to contribute to the development of nanomedicine and health-saving nanotechnology. Based on the results of a study of the characteristics of graphene-containing luminaires in a testing laboratory, a conclusion was issued that they are "characterized by a continuous spectrum" and other parameters that provide "a significant advantage over LED luminaires on the market at present."

The introduction of nature-like technologies and nanotechnologies in all areas of human activity continues, within the framework of energy conservation programs, ensuring a safe environment and lighting hygiene, ensuring epidemiological well-being and environmental and technological modernization. Research programs are expanding, new classes of materials and areas of application of "green" graphene and nanomaterials are being developed. It can be noted that for 13 years of implementation around the world, not a single graphene-containing device has failed.

Graphene-containing LED lamps already perform several functions at once:
- illuminate the room with real sunlight, preserving health and supporting the work of living organisms;
- create a wireless communication network that is safe for humans and living organisms, which will allow you to connect to devices and to the Internet;
- neutralizes many bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms.

Lighting technology with a real solar spectrum has improved the quality of life for people and has found application in the lighting of administrative and office buildings and premises, institutions of cultural, domestic and social purposes, streets, parks, industrial zones, factories and special places with requirements for moisture and explosion protection.

Graphene-containing sterilizing lamps are used both as independent units and integrated into existing ventilation and air conditioning systems.
Lighting systems are additionally equipped with environmental and climate control systems and an intelligent control system, created using all the same nanomaterials and capable of providing maximum energy savings and bringing subordinate buildings to a new level of management and control.

Since 2020, graphene-containing luminaires have been equipped with Li-Fi data transmission modules, a Visible Light Communication (VLC) system that uses light to send wireless data embedded in its beam. A Li-Fi enabled device converts a beam of light into an electrical signal. The signal is then converted back to data. Li-Fi can achieve transfer rates that are about 100 times faster than modern traditional Wi-Fi operating on radio waves (i.e., the speed can reach over 1 gigabit per second).
PART 3.2

Green graphene in improved food technology and medicinal plants

Engineers and scientists have set themselves the task of developing an environmentally friendly technology for the production of food and medicinal plants for the growing population of the planet (50 billion people or more). In 2019, the use of nanomaterials based on "green" graphene made a significant contribution to the development of agricultural technologies (city farming), food security and epidemiological well-being of the population. This time, the results of the latest developments in high-precision agricultural technologies, at the junction of nano- and biotechnologies, were demonstrated.

A healthy crop can now be grown all year round anywhere and without access to the sun. With complete absence of negative impact on the environment. Scientists have conducted tens of thousands of experiments to create graphene-containing lighting equipment for ultra-efficient plant photosynthesis. The results of 8 years of research and testing with the Agrophysical Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Science (Saint Petersburg) of technologies for year-round intensive resource-saving production of high-quality plant products have been published.

Products made from "green" graphene and nanomaterials based on it as part of an engineering complex for the production of plant food and medicinal plants were demonstrated at the International Exhibition in St. Petersburg in 2019. According to the conclusion issued on the basis of the test results of graphene-containing lamps for plant growth, it was noted: "high efficiency of a positive effect on the growth, development and formation of plant productivity, and ensuring high yields of high-quality plant products that meet strict sanitary and epidemiological requirements."

The plant factory as an innovative engineering and technical complex is designed to be environmentally friendly and autonomous, that is, to independently produce water and energy for their needs, purify the air and control the environmental situation. With complete absence of emissions into the environment.

This demonstrates what degree of environmental friendliness, autonomy and freedom nanotechnology provides us. Nanomaterials created using the "green" graphene technology have been successfully applied to satisfy all vital human needs: creating a safe environment, producing drinking water, growing food, medicinal plants and creating modern materials necessary in all spheres of human activity.

According to experts, this technology can play a very important role in the global introduction of a resource-based economy and cleaning the environment. This should be discussed separately.
Scientists have introduced a unique technology for year-round plant growth.
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Part 4


In summary, we can say that the use of green graphene technology is a promising solution to the issue of environmentally friendly resource management (including those that we used to call waste) for inexpensive scalable production of nanomaterials for various applications. Researchers are convinced that the innovation predicted by great scientists today opens up enormous opportunities and is of great importance for the development of civilization. Technologies that provide alternative sources of materials and energy show a wide range of opportunities for using unused or underutilized resources for new interesting purposes.

The "green" graphene technology is included by the developer in the global public technological initiative for the application of a complex of nature-like technologies to solve environmental problems and the transition to a resource-based economy. According to the developer and manufacturer, no additional research and further process optimizations are required to use the technology at scale. The program of action "Quantum transition to a resource-based economy" includes a complex of nature-like technologies of the 6th technological order and a new area of scientific knowledge - convergent science. Among them, technologies for recycling efficiently renewable raw materials - here referred to as "green" graphene. The program is aimed at the benefit of the entire human family, the planet and all its inhabitants.

Register as active participants and join the team working on the implementation of the program for the quantum transition to a resource economy and building an ecological, more humane and technically better civilization.