N 1 (49)

January – March

CONTENTS

2013

Biophysics

Kurik M.V.

Internet and the human brain

The problem of the influence of the World Wide Web (Internet) on the human brain is discussed. Main focus is on the role of intracellular water of brain, functioning of cells in the brain and the effect of man-made electromagnetic fields computer properties of the human brain and water, respectively in the brain. It is considered separately influence of the Internet on the brain cells work, its memory and intellect (mind) of man. Attention is paid to the problem of modern man's relationship, especially young people, to the Internet.
Key words: brain, computer, internet.

Novichenko V.G., Shekhovtzov S.V.

Water life

Properties of water are considered from the various points of view. It is offered to apply the system approach at water studying. The structure of water and evolution of its properties are described. The water role in biological systems, influence of its structure and a composition on vital activity of live organisms are analyzed. Influence of magnetic fields on water is considered. Principles of activation of water in Zaporozhye profilactic-helth centre "Health" are described. Experimental researches show high biogene and helthing qualities of this water.
Key words: water structure, biological physics, magnetic field, health, biological organism.

Shkavro Z.N.

Natural biocenoses is analogue to the biological water treatment technology

It is considered the influence of physico-chemical conditions in the aquatic environment on the development of the species composition of the biocoenosis and the viability hydrobionts, both in natural and artificial conditions. A physic-chemical method (experimentally verified) of regulating the species composition of the ecological community in the biological treatment of waste water is proposed.
Key words: biocenose, biological treatment.

Cosmology and Astrophysics

Bukalov A.V.

Cosmological model with superconductivity: from the macroscopic equations of general relativity to quantum microscopic dynamics

Application of the theory of superconductivity and cosmological model with superconductivity to the equations of general relativity and Friedman can describe the macroscopic dynamics of the evolution of the Universe through the coherent dynamics at the microscopic Planck scale. It is obtained a hierarchical system of equations, showing how the parameter of cosmological time depends on the microscopic dynamics of fermions at the Fermi surface.
Key words: cosmological model with superconductivity, gravitation, time, fermions, dark energy, general relativity.

Hypothesis

Nikolenko O.D.

On the possibility of existence of zones with the abnormal course of time

Possibility of real existence of local stationary Zones on a surface of the Earth with the changed course of time is considered. It is shown, that the assumption about existence of such Zones involves checked physical consequences. The relativity principle in temporal formulation is formulated. Possibilities of modelling of Zones with the changed course of time are considered. It is noticed, that change of a course of time can be described as time scale transformation. Two versions of occurrence of Zones — as physical phenomena and as psychophysiological phenomena are considered. Episodes, according to authors connected with the changed course of time are considered. It is shown, that existence of local stationary areas of space with the changed course of time in considered episodes contradicts existing physical concepts of space-time. It is shown, that their descriptions answer a psychophysiological phenomenon and do not keep within the assumption of possibility of real physical change of a course of time.
Key words: time theory, an abnormal course of time, change of rates of a current of time, management of time current.

Field Theory and Nuclear Physics

Beltzov R.I.

On the antisymmetry of the energy-momentum in the nucleon

Formation of nucleons with the phase transition IInd kind is related to the structure of the electron-positron dipoles of the physical vacuum. Nucleuses have the antisimilitude potential energy double, ??mn partical-antipartical, out of the formation nucleus. In transition to the linear function of energy — impulses of nucleons structural components the high-density of energy is emitted. This effect is observed at the stars explosion.
Key words: nucleon, electron, positron, the physical vacuum.

Philosophy and Science

Popov V.P., Krainjuchenko I.V.

System as a scientific concept

The use of the term "system" in different contexts is considered. It is analyzed the classification of the set of definitions of the term. The most versatile is a generalization of the definition of "system" as a set of related elements to achieve a certain goal.
Key words: system, knowledge, methodology.



 
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