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January – March



Physics of Consciousness and Life

Kaznacheev V.P., Trofimov A.V.

Hypothesis about intellect of Cosmos as self-reflexion of evolution

It is considered specificity of an origin of intellect in biosphere of the Earth. Connection of occurrence of reasonable beings with space processes is described. Response of mankind to possible factors of the global space nature is analyzed.
Key words: evolution, intellect, space processes, biosphere.

Synergetics and Theory of Ñhaos

Gritsak-Groener V.V., Gritsak-Groener J., Petrou M.

Supper Algorithm of Pattern Recognition

In this paper, we present a novel and efficient algorithm for solving direct and inverse problems that exist in chemical preparations with antivirial effects. As to the best of our knowledge, the proposed algorithm being reported in this paper is the fastest algorithm published in the literature. The algorithm requires that the pattern information/data to be provided as input in the form of a graph. Most other published algorithms do not have this as a requirement. The algorithm is based on a topos classifier of topos proximity space construction. This algorithm is very effective for pattern recognition problems with given geometric and numerical characteristics. The algorithm’s effectiveness is illustrated by solving the problem of computing/finding the chemical molecule structure which is used in anti-AIDS preparations.
Key words: algorithm, pattern recognition, graph, topos.

Cosmology and Astrophysics

Bukalov A.V.

Solution of a problem of cosmological constant and cosmological model with superconductivity

The description of formation of primary vacuum on Planck scales, with the use of the microscopic theory of superconductivity, allows to solve a problem of a cosmological constant and to obtain the value of the vacuum density, coinciding with the observed one. It is offered the new model of exponential expansion and the hot stage of the Universe, in which the synchronization of physical processes and the maintenance of uniformity occurs during each moment of time, instead of single-pass, as in inflationary cosmology.
Key words: cosmological constant, energy of vacuum, cosmology.

Theory of gravity

Oleinik V. P., Tretyak O. V.

The Problem of Inertia and Antigravity

The main aim of the present paper is to prove the possibility of the phenomenon of antigravity: as is shown by the example of plane curvilinear motion, the material bodies moving by inertia can repel each other. According to the criterion of antigravity obtained, the necessary condition for antigravity is the motion of a body by inertia along such a curvilinear trajectory on which the energy of the body is transferred from the rotational degree of freedom to the translational one. A control parameter is introduced with the change of which the character of particles motion changes: when the control parameter passes through some critical value, the force of attraction between particles is replaced by the repulsive force. Thus, the possibility to control the character of interaction between the particles of a physical system by redistributing the energy of the system between its degrees of freedom is unclosed.
It is shown that the extension of the Newtonian scheme of mechanics by taking into consideration a broad class of curvilinear motions by inertia demands the refinement of the standard notion of inertia of the material body. The concept of inertia property should reflect the presence of dialectically opposite components of motion, associated with conservation of two characteristics of body motion — momentum and kinetic energy representing, accordingly, the force and energy measures of motion, mutually supplementing each other. The inertia property of body is that any body opposes to changing both momentum and kinetic energy. The tendency of the body to the conservation of momentum leads to the uniform and rectilinear motion (i.e. to translational inertia), and the tendency to kinetic energy conservation — to the curvilinear (accelerated) motion by inertia. Both types of inertial motion have a general feature — they can continue unrestrictedly long.
The material bodies, moving along a curvilinear trajectory by inertia, are shown to generate electromagnetic field in environment. This field can be considered as a special physical medium which is created by bodies when they curvilinearly move by inertia and is capable to exert back action upon bodies.
The results of the investigation presented in this paper allow one to make a guess that electromagnetism, as well as gravitation, is not a special kind of interaction. Electromagnetism is the interaction of material particles with mass that are in such states of curvilinear motion by inertia in which energy is transferred from some degrees of freedom to others.
Key words: property of inertia of body, curvilinear motion by inertia in the weak and strong meanings, antigravity, control of the character of interaction of bodies, incompleteness of the Newtonian scheme of mechanics, dialectical components of motion, gravity and

Problems of power generation

Fedotkin I.M.

Processes in I.M.Fedotkin's power generator. Principles of return of a rotational energy and combination of generation of energies of the various physical nature

There are described the physical processes in I.M.Fedotkin's electric generator, allowing to gain redundant energy from processes of the various nature.
Key words: electric generator, power generation, efficiency

Philosophy and Science

Popov V.P., Krajnyuchenko I.V.

Invariants of the Universe’s development

There are analysed and described the stages of the Universe evolution, and features of its development. Stages of evolution of biosphere, including mankind development, are in detail discussed. The approach to construction of models of the future is offered.
Key words: the Universe’s evolution, self-organising, biosphere, mankind, development.

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