Check out this cool video by the National Institute of Standards and Technology researchers who created a camera system that takes 360-degree video from WITHIN a fire.
This video shows a forest fire that spreads from treetop to treetop, called a crown fire. The video has been sped up as the fire approaches and leaves the field of view but plays in real-time as the fire pass by the camera. The video was captured using a water-cooled glass enclosure developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology to protect 360° cameras in fires.
#LPFPD4 #EyeoftheFire #OurFamilyProtectingYourFamilyPutting a camera close to a fire wasn't good enough for NIST researchers, so they created a camera system that can take 360-degree video from WITHIN a fire.T... ... See MoreSee Less
The statewide burn ban has been rescinded. You may burn natural vegetation only. It is NEVER okay to burn trash.
Open Burning of Garbage is Illegal" - It's the law - 45CSR6
If in violation of the open burning law, 45CSR6, refusal to comply may result in a Notice of Violation and/or a fine of up to $10,000 a day.
Materials illegal to open burn include: - Household trash (burn barrels and/or piles) including paper products - such as cardboard, boxes, etc. - Construction, building, or demolition materials (examples: lumber, flooring, roofing material, carpet, plastic, Styrofoam, etc.) - Wood pallets and other packaging materials - Tires or other rubber products - Asbestos-containing materials including building materials - Insulation from copper wire - Waste paints, waste oil, or solvents ... See MoreSee Less