The Russian Academy of Sciences announced the invention of an “innovative censer”

Russia has developed an “innovative censer” for the Russian Orthodox Church. The Institute of Catalysis of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences claims that it can work “virtually indefinitely” and does not smoke. Wherein the device retains the aroma of incense and heat.

Inventor Alexander Kulikov clarified that the censer is based on a catalytic burner. Propane-butane mixture is used for work, the balloon with it is inserted into the bottom of the device. According to Kulikov, the censer consumes very little gas, so from one gas station “it can work for a very long time.”

The novelty has already been tested in the Church of All Saints, who shone in the Russian land, located in the Novosibirsk Academgorodok. In general, a catalytic burner can be used on various devices that require power of the order of 350-360 watts, notes Kulikov. For comparison, modern vacuum cleaners have such power.

In 2018, the head of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Valentin Parmon, at a meeting with President Vladimir Putin, promised him to do in Siberia “silicon taiga” – an analogue of California’s Silicon Valley. As the academician assured, it will take 10 years, subject to “support from the government.” Putin did not respond to the proposal.


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