Astrophysical Sciences Association
Fractal interpertation of cosmic imagery has set a new benchmark for clarity of data received. As the next incarnation is being assembled there are newer, faster, filters and virtual image processor cells installed.
Selflessness and Dedication
Over the last ten years Gus O. Kahan has assembled an impressive number of experts for the SCARI Development Project. Through the decade colleagues have worked tirelessly for the goal of producing a working prototype. As the stakes are high the work long the location desolate but the project has perked the interest of these valuable contributors to the vision.
The SCARI -- self-activating nonaligned actuation-independent
enhanced-spectrum refraction-reduced reduction generating fractal-interpreting
interferometer has been under development for the past decade.
For the past decade Dr. Gustave Omar Kahan and staff have developed interferometric
information which has been a major source for gathering data of cosmic
proportion. At Nobb Point Station high up in Eastern Oregon a dedicated
group have developed the first self-activating nonaligned actuation-independent
enhanced-spectrum refraction-induced reduction generating interferometer
worthy of use by any nation hostile to alien invasion. The SCARI interferometer
is the first in a series of early warning systems to ring the globe. Among
aligned nations this is a major step in the protection of our planetary
infrastructure against any or all destructive entities. Monitored by the
Supreme Cognitive Entity this system is dedicated to the protection of
our global growth projections.
Detail: self-activating nonaligned actuation-independent axis arm with drivers, enhanced-spectum modules and buffer arm are gyro stablized.
SCARI, using metaphorical chewing gum and wax-paper, has spun together an impressive array of diagnostic equipment.
SCARI -- self-activating nonaligned actuation-independent enhanced-spectum refraction-induced reduction generating interferometer is not all. SCARI development projects have undertaken interferometeric technology for the benefit of man in space explortation too. NASA has used SCARI technology for the Martian Expedition, Spirit Rover Mission.