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Due to the progress of science and technology in our remarkable age we may speak of an entirely new era of supersonic speeds. In the twinkling of an eye-which scientists say lasts about one sixth of a second-a modern supersonic plane covers a distance of nearly a quarter of a kilometer, and a space rocket-several kilometers. A special research camera can take more than 100 million shots a second: some very fine chemical reactions take only a thousandth or a ten thousandth of a second, while the fission of uranium nuclei lasts a few millionth of a second.

Man cannot follow such speeds by conventional levers, switches or relays. And so he adopted light for his speedometer. For his executive man chose the electron, the smallest and the most mobile particle of the material world. Having become the basis of a new field of science and technology known as electronics or radio electronics, it found a wide application.

Electronic devises help to amplify extremely weak electrical charges, oscillations and signals. They have enabled man to hear how grass grow, to amplify the whine of a mosquito to the proportions of a thunder crash, and detect the electrical signals which arise in the human brain in the process of thinking.

Scientific and technological inventions are beneficial only when they help to improve man's living and working conditions. However, recent developments in nuclear power engineering have proved that they can be very dangerous for the very survival of the human race.

The more complex and intricate are the innovations of man's intellectual activity, the higher is the responsibility of scientists for the outcomes of application and use of their innovations

 

 

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Can matter be created out of nothing? The scientists of the Biochemistry Institute named after O.Palladin of the Academy of Sciences of Ukraine are trying to solve this unexpected, unusual problem. Using laser spectroscopy they have investigated psycho-physical phenomena by means of a laboratory apparatus whose authors are Ukrainian researchers.

Biogenic, or biogenetic, field is known for ages to be generated out of the depths of the Earth, influencing biological objects. But up to recent times this occurrence could not be duly treated by men of science though lack of adequate detecting apparata. From time immemorial people were in the know about biogenic qualities of certain plots of land which they used as building sites for pyramids, churches, etc. These cult structures, it was noticed, concentrate biogenic field like a lens focusing sun rays at one point. Miniature concentrators of biogenic field have turned out to be hemispheres, cones, cubes, as well as utensils like vases, jugs, etc. These things were noticed to create a distant influence upon a microbiological sensor. The enigmatic biogenic field is originated by the atomic nucleus producing alpha-, beta-, and gamma-rays.

A model can be suggested according to which cosmic brain is in existence at the centre of the Earth whose function is to manage various biological processes. This cosmic brain presents a solid stratum of orderly arranged nuclear substance.

 

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The vibrations of its structural parameters can be the source of the biogenetic field which surges to the surface and influences living nature, its phases being either positive or negative.

One cannot help coming to the conclusion that to-day the science of biogenetic field is in a position hardly different from that of electromagnetic field of the end of the 19th century. O.Popov's invention of the radio - the wireless telegraph - found neither understanding nor appreciation in his homeland. And it is to be hoped now that to-day's scientists will be luckier in their unprecedented investigation beating the track into the unknown.

The Ukrainian scientists' idea of biogenetic field invariably leads to an important conception: materialization of this field is a reality whose effect is difficult to foresee. Literary, historical, and scientific sources state that the biogenic field of the Earth can produce matter under certain, very definite conditions. This can be well grounded by modern science of physics: during the braking of high-power gamma-rays according to Einstein's formula, two particles are formed - electron and positron.

A biogenic apparatus for producing matter that seems like a rosy dream of humanity to-day may become a reality tomorrow just as electricity, radio, television, automation, etc. came into being,- the phenomena undreamed-of in the not very distant past, but hoped-for, expected and realized in the long run of endless scientific and technological progress

 

 

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