The invention can be used for the prevention of different catastrophic phenomena both of natural character, such as, for example, catastrophic earthquakes, and of man-made disasters, particularly at production sites.
The present invention is based on the developed by Grigori Grabovoi theory of wave synthesis in combination with the formula of general reality (see the Doctor's of Physics and Mathematics thesis by Grigori Grabovoi, "Research and Analysis of Fundamental Definitions of Optical Systems for Forecast of Earthquakes and Catastrophes of Production Facilities", Moscow, publishing house of the Russian Academy of Natural sciences, 1999, pp. 9-19).
In accordance with the theory of wave synthesis the reality can be considered as periodic intersection of stationary areas with dynamic ones, in this case the synthesis of the dynamic wave with the stationary one takes place in the zones of intersection. In crystals a similar process makes it possible by means of solution of the inverse problem to obtain from the stationary medium in the form of a crystal the dynamic components of wave synthesis, i.e., the phase of time. With the specific three-dimensional arrangement of crystals, normalization of the medium, which is the source of a certain element of light, takes place. Thus, it appears to be possible to normalize the medium, information about which is contained in the element of light.
Light is selected as data carrier due to the fact that this will make it possible to visualize and to record the laws of connections, determined by the formula of general reality.
The declared method and device make it possible to convert to decrease or to prevention the information in the form of light pulses about the catastrophes both of natural and man-caused nature, in this case prognostication and prevention of all possible catastrophic phenomena can be carried out from any point of space.
Application of the object, which generates bio-signals, additionally contributes to normalization of the situation in the zone of the assumed catastrophe.