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Methodology V.I. Vernadsky, historymetria and heliobiology A.L.
Tchijevsky ethnogenesis L.N. Gumilev and modern solar-terrestrial
physics.
Considered in the complex the investigations of triad outstanding Russian
scientists, representatives of the "Russian cosmism", received the most
significant results in the field of solar-terrestrial relationships on
problems "The Sun - the biosphere, including humans," and "The Sun the weather and climate". It is shown that the methodological postulates
V.I. Vernadsky, historiometrical and heliobiological discoveries A.L.
Tchijevsky, hypothesis passionarity shocks in the history of mankind of
L.N. Gumilev are deserving and adequate part of modern solar-terrestrial
physics. The results of studies of mechanisms of influence of solargeomagnetic activity on the organism and the lower atmosphere (on cloud
formation in the troposphere) with the introduction of the consideration of
the ionospheric microwave radiation are presented. The new concept of
the origin and evolution of life on the Earth with taken into account the
features in the early solar activity and flares close supernovae are
discussed.
Keywords: microwave ionospheric emission, heliobiology, origin of life,
climate change, passionarity shocks

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Azhazha V.G.


Ideology of Statesmanship Noospheric Development

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(P.A. Stolypin Volga Region Institute of Management)
Annotation
Outlined are the new principles of ideology as regards development of the
new form of state noospheric republic. The core principles are buildingup of noospheric democracy exercising peoples power of mind;
organization of noospheric economy, based on the innovation
technologies and noospheric object circulation; creation of the human
objective reality compatible with noospheric criteria spiritually
materialistic well-being.
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Key words: ideology, noospheric democracy, noospheric republic, wellbeing.


The discovery of law of controlled co-existence of humankind with
supra-humanoid form of alien intelligence

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The formation of the law


for monitoring and exploitation of
the Earth biotechnosphere by
rapidly
moving
UFOs
is
analyzed. These UFOs are
piloted by cyborgs and their aim
is the selection and manipulation
of individual and societal
consciousness which in turn is
subject to the dependence of
Alien Intelligence from the
biogenic information produced
by humankind. This information
represents
the
United
informative
net
complex
connected
with
AI
field
substance.
Through
this
connection Alien Intelligence
also regulates the gomeostasis of
the symbiosis.

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Correct to call hypothesis V. Vernadsky's noosphere concept or
doctrine?
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Abstract. The hypothesis of transition of the biosphere to noosphere
can be called a concept, because it is personal concept, which will have to
be in the science of the future receive empirical support. The hypothesis
of transition of biosphere into noosphere quite rightfully called the
doctrine, because talent Vernadsky was manifested in the synthesis of his
scientific and philosophical views.
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Key words: the concept of noosphere, the hypothesis of transition of the
biosphere to noosphere

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G.F. Andreeva, L U.Arkchipova (siti Saratow)

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Culture of the health:noosfernyy approach.


The traditions of the culture of the health of the population of
population must be brought up in the institute of family and the institute
of formation.
The keywords: the culture of nation, health, noosfernyy approach.

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Key Words: modernization, management of the system of higher
professional education, the quality of higher educational institutions.
Annotation: Modern processes of the management of the system of
education are considered from the point of view of the effectiveness of
higher educational institutions in the article.
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Noospheric and economic motivation.
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Keywords: the economic theory, the goods, the public blessings,
motivation, a society, the capital

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The present stage of evolution of mankind demands essentially new
theoretical approaches to the organisation of cumulative activity on
manufacture and distribution of the blessings. The traditional economic
paradigm cannot give the decision in this direction as the exit for limits of
an economic science is for this purpose necessary. The motivational
economy as synthesis noospheric a school of thought and economic
principles of the organisation on manufacture and distribution of the
blessings can be offered in quality noospheric economy.
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Based on the system semantic model of the evolution of the Nature,
fundamental ontogenetic contradictions in the social system are
considered as factors of formation and development of the theory of
"socio-natural harmony civilization."
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Energy, information, harmony, system picture of the World, spectrum
of consciousness, social system, information structures, interaction mode,
contradiction, phase transition, principle, control, social-economic
system, civilization, hierarchy.

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Abstract: In this paper, education is considered as the main leading factor
for social and economic progress. The reason for this focus is the
understanding that the most important values and core capital of modern
society is the person capable of identifying and exploring new knowledge
and acceptance of non-standard solutions.
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Keywords: paradigm, education, competitiveness, globalization, the
education market, the labor market, upgrading.
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Social humanism and other concepts of social-natural development:
experience of comparison.
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Scientific basis of concept of social humanism is considered. It is
compared with concepts of noosphere, sustainable development and
ethical state. The theory of social humanism is developed with usage of
deductive method and based on natural-humanitarian synthesis. Original
mathematical tools technique is used. It gives birth to new stage of
investigation of man and socium. Other concepts discussed are developed
with usage of inductive method based on aggregation of existing
tendencies of development. Inductive and deductive methods elaborate
each other. Actually the concepts of noosphere, sustainable development,
ethical state and social humanism are not contradictory but elaborate each
other in many aspects. Finally, all these concepts mean formation of new
generation of happiness.
C :
Russian modern education: potential centered approach to
effectiveness determination
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Summary: Social cultural, economic, historical conditions, influencing on
Russian modern education state, trajectory determination of its
development and effectiveness by potential centered approach application
are viewed in the article on the basis of etymological, profound and
scientific interpretation of original concepts potential, science,
education, pedagogy as practical philosophy, culture synthesis. Key
words: education logistic support, horizontal and vertical mobility,
researcher social position, competitiveness.
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Vasilenko V.N.

Noosphere ethno-ecological strategy russia's security and global


society.
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Based on current understanding of the doctrine of the biosphere, evolution
of the biosphere and noosphere are naunomirovozzreneskie institutional
reasons increased ethno-environmental threats Russia and humanity.
Disclosed bases ABC of safe-noosphere STI States in regions of the
biosphere. The role of the human person, noononimov Citizens-Nina in the
self-identification of generations of Homo sapiens institutional structures of
global society, the Mission of science knowledge, noosphere, the education
system in achieving a sustainable development-efficient futurologieski of
humanity. Justified the need for development of noosphere, Russia and the
UN, proactive threat globalization of present and future generations,
providing sustainable development of civilization.
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Keywords: evolution of the biosphere in the noosphere; the ethnoecological threats go-States of the world; noosphere ABC Security
generations; noononimy Leach, a citizen of the global community;
noosphere the Mission of science, education in the institutions of power and
administration; Tah noosphere agenda for Russia and the United Nations for
the twenty-first century.
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Vishnyakova S.A. ..
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Attunement-based methodologies noospheric pedagogy XXI century
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ideas of VI Vernadsky
Annotation: In this paper, on the one hand, are considered the idea of VI
Vernadsky, contributed to the development of methodology noospheric
pedagogy XXI century as a social and educational process of
harmonizing the individual. These include the idea: the need for new
("planetary" noosphere) thinking about the spiritual and moral education
of the functional continuity of the environment and man, a synthetic
knowledge that unites both natural and human sciences, the development
of a free person, etc. On the other hand, is regarded as the ideas embodied
in the methodology noospheric pedagogy.

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The title of the article
Analysis of the stage of opening of creative potential of the student as a
necessary condition of the noospheric education

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In the article is considered the highest index of development of creative
personality of the participants of the educational process - the aesthetic
attitude" to the reality as one of the forms of spiritual-practical
development of the world, in a concentrated form of the incarnated in art
- the art form of public consciousness.
Describes the experience of recognition of the students ' aesthetic needs
as a significant indicator of the aesthetic attitude of man to the world, as
the main driving force of creative activity, of the internal installation of
the active introduction to the world of art in the framework of educational
disciplines of humanitarian cycle value-oriented education.
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Keywords: spiritual values, creativity, aesthetic attitude, a positive change
of identity.
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Goncharenko M., Scientific phenomenon heritage V. I. Vernadsky as areas for further
Goncharenko V.
development of mankind

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summary
The purpose of the real research consisted in consideration of such
components of the doctrine of V.I.Vernadsky as live substance, the
biosphere, a noosphere, reason cogitative activity which led mankind to
formation of the new outlook, new understanding of a world order, to
development of such scientific directions as bioinformatics, holography,
quantum physics, a neurobiology, synergetrics, valeology, etc. The
carried-out short analysis of the modern period of development of
scientific thought validated ingenious anticipation of the great scientist
about conditions of transition of the biosphere in a noosphere and about a
role of a human factor as defining in life development on the Earth.
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Key words: V.I.Vernadsky's doctrine, biosphere, noosphere, human
factor, live substance.

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Grigoriev
M.N., Ecological - technological imperatives of supply chain management
in the XXI century economy
Uvarov S.A.
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Abstract. One of the main prerequisites for the creation of the noosphere,
according to Vernadsky, is the creation and development of new energy
sources, its prudent use. The article is aimed at introducing consciousness
and logistics supply chain management tools in the practical
implementation of environmental and technological imperative with
regard to energy and the economy of the XXI century.
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Keywords: noosphere, energy, logistics, marketing and logistics concept,
supply chain management, energesberezhenie, innovative appeal,
environmental and technological imperative, the competitive paradigm
mikrologisticheskaya system makrologisticheskaya system, return flow,
logistics recycling, logistics cross-functional coordination, interorganizational coordination of logistics.
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Danilova V.S.,
Kozhevnikov N.N.

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The study of new planetary reality on the basis of noobiogeosphere's
conception
Noobiogeosphere is the ontological basis of a complex, synthetic reality the noosphere. Its elementary structural unit is noobiogeocenosis, which
represents a biogeocenosis extended by antropocenosis in a united
development. The second elementary unit of the next noobiogeosphere's
level is noospherical personality. The notion "science of noospheric
class" are introduced as a set of sciences studying processes in unliving
and living nature, society, culture and the spiritual sphere. These notions
form the core of the noobiogeosphere's conception. The problems of
education, culture, social and political processes are analyzed. The
prospects for the development of human civilization, the formation of
modern universalism are analyzed too.
Keywords: noosphere, biogeocenosis, noospherical personality,
noobiogeocenosis, biosphere, univesalizm, noobiogeosphere, education,
culture, ecology.
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The goals and content of noospheric education: from the ecological
imperative to the ethical one
Annotation. The author dwells upon the necessity and possibility
of reconsidering the goals and content of modern education by enriching
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it with the ideas of the Russian Cosmism for obtaining anthropocosmic


world-understanding, developing noospheric thinking and mastering
noospheric ethics. The author considers it to be a process of shifting from
the ecological imperative to the ethical one in learning by means of
problems, not subjects.
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Key words: Russian Cosmism, noospheric education, noospheric
thinking, noospheric ethics, ecological imperative, ethical imperative,
cosmic pedagogy

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Yershova-Babenko
I. V.
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Khanzhy V.B.
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Shlyapkin V.V.

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Conseptual-strategicial model of human activity of nooethic: ecology
of psyche and nooethic.
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Annotation: The article is devoted to global changes that occur
science, world-outlook, society, to a movement of contemporary
civilization from bio- to noo- and alpha- in a person of XXI c. (an
understanding of himself (himself in himself, of the world (the world in
the world), of himself in the world and of the world in himself).
Key words: nooethic, psyche, ecology, conseptual-strategicial model.

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Eskov V.M.

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The future horisonts AND Manuel Castells: realyty and illyssion of
information technology, global capitalism and network Society

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Eskov
V.M.,
Khadartsev A.A.,
Eskov V.V.,
Dzhumagalieva L.B.

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Life science and philosophy of life in the interpretation vm vernadsky
and modern theory of chaos - self as the basis of natural third
paradigm
Abstract
The problems of philosophy and biology self-identification and the
identification of its subjects and systems were presented. The main laws
of biology and the third paradigm who are based on the researching of
third type systems were discussed too. Lt is evident now. The science and

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the philosophy must work with types of systems. The last (third type) of
it is a biomedical systems with great uncertainty at the beginning,
intermediate and final state of its systems state vector (vector of states)
SSV.

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Theory of V.I. Vernadsky as humanistic noosphere development
framework of economic relations

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Modern domestic system of economic relations is a profound
transformation of transition from a Socialist to form them to market. The
civilized nature of emerging economic relations in the country should
acquire humanistic traits that demonstrate superior production and
consumption of intangible benefits decreasing consumption of material
goods. But the transformation process can be activated using the
noosphere, which proposed a theory of V.I. Vernadsky. This theory is in
its essence a sound humanistic component that can have a positive impact
on the emerging Russian economic relations.
Keywords: noosphere, economic relations, humanization
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Under the noospherical unifying (syncretic) ideology for Russia it is
understood in the paper some whole evaluating opinion about the current
organization and desired creative direction of its vital activity, founded on
the selection of some harmonious system of biological, biosocial, and
social archetypes of vital activity. In the frames of this ideology the over
aim of existence of Russia in the XXI century (after all extremes of the
XX century) is presented by means of unifying directive ideal And I, and
we, and our Country.
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Key words: noospherical unifying (syncretic) ideology, levels of ideology,
over aim of existence of Russia, archetypes of vital activity, social system.

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Scientific Foundation for State Management
Zakharov N.I.( Doctor of Science in Economics)
Municipal Management Department Head
Dubna University
The article presents certain theoretical-methodological concepts of the
author concerning the problems of state management in Russia. Such
categories as sustainability of complex socio-economic systems, balance
between regulation and management, goals-setting, synergy and civilized
methods in state management, including estimation of its effectiveness
and quality, are presented in details in the given paper.
Key-words: management, regulation, systems sustainability, goal-setting,
synergy, effectiveness criteria

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Abstract
Outlines the main provisions of the constructive theory of general
systems in aspect of its use as a methodological basis of noosphere
concept.
Keywords: noosphere, structural system, system-wide information
field, system-wide solves field, the overall system of Earth civilization,
Universum.

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Abstract: The paper deals with the development of education. Studied
the social conditions of its development. Grounded logic of the transition
to the noosphere type of education.

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Time, space and man, graphic proofs of their unity
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In March 2013 we shall mark a 150th jubilee of our great compatriot


Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky. He was interested above all in the
problems of Time and Space, the problems connected with the life of
every human and mankind on the whole. Vernadsky's name was given to
streets, institutes, scientific and social organisations, but the substance of
his doctrine still has not been included in the annals of natural science,
though his research activities as such became a subject of scientific
studies, mostly in the philosophical aspect. The nature of Time and
Space was impossible to describe irrelatively of the doctrine of biosphere
developed by him - is the opinion of G.P. Aksenov, the most scrupulous
researcher of Vernadsky's creative work, PhD in Technical Sciences,
senior research associate of the Institute of History of Natural and
Technical Sciences under Russian Academy of Sciences [1]. So far only
abstract and pseudoscientific hypotheses have been offered to young
people, like Big Bang model, theory of probability, hypotheses of life
origin on the Earth, etc. V.I. Vernadsky's works are characterized so far
only as philosophical, which does not correspond to reality. In truth
Vernadsky's doctrine of biosphere and his concept of the nature of Time
and Space with the postulate of eternity and cosmicality of life is the
basis of the new scientific paradigm and adequate picture of the world.

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The idea of the noosphere as a methodological basis of modern
general education.

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The article points the basic directions of modern ecological education
noosphere education and education for a sustainable development, their
pedagogical potential in development complete, noosphere outlooks of
individuals. Defined philosophical and pedagogical potential of the
concept of the noosphere. Describes the features of the noosphere
thinking and noospheric outlook.
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Key words: noosphere, ecological education, education for a
sustainable development, noosphere education, noosphere outlook,
noosphere thinking.

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ABSTRACT.
We discuss the presence of the reduced phosphorus PH3 in the
troposphere. The accepted scientific view that phosphorus is
closed and there is no element in gaseous form, is refuted by
studies of the last decade. .High-precision methods for determining
gaseous compounds allow the assessment of the available
concentration of PH3 in ecosystems. Precursors to the emergence
of phosphine in the environment are natural and chemically
synthesized organophosphorus compounds with the CP,
mainly phosphonates. In urban areas PH3 concentration may
increase by more than 100 times. Because of the nature of low
concentration of phosphine, its high oxidation in an aerobic
environment, the collapse of ultraviolet light, the
presence of
phosphorous gas in the atmosphere is currently ignored by
environmentalists. Meanwhile, in the concentration of phosphine is
overstated, it is phosphine poisonous, spontaneously flammable and
explosive.
Keywords : Phosphonates, phoshine, content in
the troposphere,
gas chromatography, virulence, spontaneous
combustion.
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Abstract: On the basis of existing studies , possibility
of gas
toxic and spontaneous combustion of phos- phorus in the
ecosystem in the form of PH3 is discussed.
With the
expansion of tech-nical organizations and the mass of
peat bogs in anaerobic conditions
with increasing
summer
temperatures, phosphine may be the cause of the fires, standing
out in high
concentrations. Environmental
monitoring is
needed in the marshes not only methane, but also phosphine
PH3 and silane SiH4 -combustios
gases. Such control
would be able to
prevent a fire hazard. Can be used
to
control
the appearance of the gas PH3 militari
protection of
FEV ----of sarin, soman, Vx.
Keywords: fire, phosphine, phosphonate, methan, non- methane
hydrocarbon gases, toxic,
selfignition, devices and methods
of control.
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In the article is represented the concept of noospheric pedagogy as
scientific and at the same time industry human studies on the means and
ways of using the common values that create conditions for human
development with an evolutionary worldview - the responsibility for life
in all its manifestations. Global environmental and technological changes
require new educational approaches. Therefore we consider the issue of
training future primary school teachers to implement the ideas of
noospheric pedagogy - formation of a noospheric person with a view to
re-formatting of the education system to a new level of thinking,
upbringing and training of the younger generation.
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Keywords: noosphere, noospherism, noospheric education,
noospheric person, health, creativity.

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Coherent outline of the rhizome of the humanitarian knowledge and the
platform of the noosphere of V. I.Vernadskiy for the bibliosphere
(To the history of the problem)
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Annotation: It is shown the branching of the humanitarian knowledge in
the primary and universal international secondary-documentary sources.
The intrinsic polysemy of the term humanitarian leads to different
conceptions. There are three philosoiphical concepts, in various
modifications: 1) Western philosophical-scientific tradition based on the
global and human values; 2) Eastern European philosophical-scientific
literature in the period 1917/1944-1945 1989 within the rigid scheme of
the Marxism-Leninism ideological doctrines; 3) (anthropologic-)
cosmical: multy-level human-significant undoubtedly connected to the
non-classical paradigm of the unity of different lines of reassessment of
relations between philosophy, religion, arts and ordinary life. The Russian
idea (cosmism) and the teaching of V. I. Vernadskiy about the transition
of biosphere into noosphere are perceived in connection with the
paradigm that the living universe is self-cognoscible through Man (ideas
of cyclical dynamics of N. D. Kondratiev; multy-level self-organization
increasing the unity and the variety of forms of reality and consciousness
of A. A. Bogdanov, A. A. Lyubishchev; the problem of Human studies in
the light of non-classical knowledge of V. P. Kaznacheev A. I. Subetto).
It is studied the discipline field of the humanitarian knowledge on the
ground of the new paradigm of the humanization of all knowledge. The
interrelation of science, arts, literature, everyday life and religion has been
revealed. In general all the human knowledge is perceived in its
humanitarian capacity and orientation, and the international universal
bibliography is presented as a bibliospherical stage of the noosphere.
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Key words: humanitarian knowledge humanitarian-scientific
knowledge non-classical paradigm rhizome noosphere
bibliosphere international universal bibliography
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32 = three types of instructions and three types of computer regimes. 318
= trinary word, 336 = 318318 = Excel3 table processor, is 4 times more
simple, more natural and more fundamental, than contemporary dyadic
computers 248 , 264 , 280. Dyadic computers suffer electric insalubrity.
Trinary computer has magnetic biocorrection. Vernadsky Noosphere is
situated at the center of Earth.
Gumilev chronology 36 + 1 = 2365 to years, magnetic year, trite of
Brusentsov and Sobolev, information quantity. Sporadic symmetry 320
arises in Cartan-Chevalier classic symmetries (Big Friendly Giant).
Vernadsky Noosphere, Gumilev Eurasianism, Mathematical Biology and
Brusentsov-Sobolev-Chohlov ternary computer.
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Keywords: Mathematical Biology, heliobiology, Galactic biology,
sporadic symmetry, sixth regular polyhedron, ternary computer
Brusentsov-Sobolev-Khokhlov, bit, trit, byte, tryte, electrophysiology.

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The unsurpassed contribution of V.I. Vernadsky to origination of the
concepts and formation of the information and noosphere societies
paradigms.

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In the article the attempt of analyses of the genius thinker V.I.
Vernadskys huge theoretical heritage, in particular his doctrine about the
trends of development of the nature and society is undertook. It was
proved that he has made a great, unsurpassed but unfortunately not
enough studied and valued contribution to origination of the concepts of
the information and/or knowledge societies and formation of noosphere
society's paradigm.
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Key words: V.I. Vernadsky, genius thinker, unsurpassed contribution,
concepts, paradigms, science, knowledge, information society, knowledge
society, noosphere, noosphere society.

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Summary. In the Noospheric Economics becomes particularly
valuable intelligence, a high level of education. This is due to the
presence of health and longer periods of active human longevity.
Resource of Health should be recognized as a basic resource for the full
disclosure of human potential. For Resource of Health is the most
important social benefits and impacts all areas of life.
Key words. Resource of health, noospheric economics, the potential
for human, life potential, security of the person.

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In article the understanding of a noosphere, its role in modern society
reveals, the noosferny outlook with the global processes proceeding in the
modern world coordinates.
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This article is a historical analysis of the psychology of communication
in Russia and the importance of this branch of science to describe the
social and interpersonal communication acts.
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Abstract: This article is a historical analysis of the psychology of
communication in Russia and the importance of this branch of science to
describe the social and interpersonal communication acts.
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Keywords: interpersonal acts, communication, communication
psychology, personality.


Social capital theory in the context of the noosphere society
development paradigm

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The author attempts to answer the question of how applicable in Russia
the Western concept of social capital. The main idea is that social capital
is an important resource for sustainable socio-political development of
any country, especially such as Russia.
Keywords: social capital, human capital, sustainable development,
stability, social networks, solidarity, collective action.

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Pedagogics for Future: various scripts


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The author correlates the potential education contribution in the
management of the future with a forecast of possible humanity

transformation. From philosophical-pedagogical positions the author


considers scenarios of human development, the features of which are
already visible in the post-non-classical theory and practice (including
post-human way). She also analyzes the possible humanitarian risks of
each. In this context is posed the question of the development pedagogical
futurology that could oppose the postmodern idea of loss of Man.
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The tendencies and the possible consequences of contemporary
intellectualizations cycle on the base of computers and their networks,
Internet require their consideration in scientific, ecological, educational,
economical and social strategic forecasts and programs; moreover require
to provide their interconnected, purposeful and oriented to moral values
structures by means of future collective intelligence of world-wide
community, which too is to be possible to diagnose and to decide global
problems. This is discussed in the article.


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The fundamental principles of secularism are known for a long time but
few people know that the concept of secularism assumes the freedom of
conscience and intelligence (noospheric) consciousness with equal right
to belong to any religion, as well as the rejection of it in favor of science,
common sense, reason and virtue, in favor of enlightened atheism,
possibility of scientific knowledge of the world.
Based on this, it looks like a legitimate right of all to master the tools of
critical attitude to any dogmatic or totalitarian systems, including
religious and sectarian. Elementary, middle and high schools must be the
guarantors of freedom of opinion and mastery of such approaches. That is
why the organization of "public, free and secular education," promoting
"the formation of a student's adequate current level of knowledge of the
picture of the world," noospheric principles of "integration of the
individual in national and world culture," all support, including financial,
scientific and atheistic movements and educational organizations and not
religious clergy, ensuring the "rule of reason" this is the constitutional
duty of any secular state, which means that its top officials, executives,
including the guarantor of the Constitution, all the officials and public
employees.
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N.A. Korobko, T.S. Tzupenko, city Engels, Saratov region.
The painter in society and the educational process of the modern
school, the role of art in noospheric education.
Keywords: painter, society, school
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Cosmological physics - a foundation for the developing of new
perception of the world
In the report are represented the main positions of new scientific
paradigm, which is founded upon the postulate of connection of "All of"
in the "Unitary Information Field", which represents an expression of
"Consciousness of The Absolutes". This report expounds the
presentations of "Cosmological Physics" about the structure of the
Universe and
interactions inside this structure, about "Unitary
Informatiion Field", about the carriers of information, about an
informational matrixes, about the structure of atom and particularity of
radioactive atoms, about of the role of radioactive radiation as a carrier
of an information from Antimatter's world into world of the Matter.
The keywords: The Absolutes, Consciousness of Absolutes, Informational
Field of the Universe, keyzons, action codes of the Absolutes,
informational matrixes, Matrix Field, Calibration network, Glunomety
Space, without-spatial Matter, primary structural formations, Dyad
(Matter/Anti-Matter), quantum membrane, pulse of the manifestation,
electronic shell, proton, neutron, radioactive disinteration, grid of
magnetic keyzons, carrying of the information.
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Leechtherapy may be call Noospheric medicine because it may
harmonize the order in channels (meridians) and human organs.
Key words: medical leeches, GDV- technique, Acabane test, test
of chaos and order, intracellular water
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Noospheric foundation of postclassical world picture
and paradigma of technical evolution.
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Annotation: Vernadskiy has correlated the empirical concept of the
biosphere with a definite part of the planet with geological cover.
Differentiating alive and inert, V. has put the question about the
noosphere, supposing the genetical association of all geological ages, the
irreversibility of the evolutional process, the variety of existing. The
evolution in the interests of a free thinking man leads to noosphere the
latest condition of our days. V. has not faced the fact of the technoshere
taking over the biosphere, the universality of the technical reality
becoming thinking, the necessity of the formation of science about
technical reality called technetics. Expanding V.s concepts we should say
about the existence of material reality (physical, biological, technical) and
ideal realities (informational, social) there are no other realities
observed by anthropic. Elements-units-individuals of every reality are
classified by species characteristics. They form the communities
coenosises, the structure of which is subordinated by species variety and
big-small ratio of the third science cenological world concept
postulates. Selection, competition, struggle for the source (for the
technical one it is the informational selection) are operating in every
reality.
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Keiwords: Abiogenesis, antropic principle, biosphere, biocenosis,
universe of technical cover, wastes (emissions), unus, the unity of
principles of biological and technical noting, a living substance,
information selection law, conservative (inert) substance, material,
megamachine, evolutional process irreversibility, noosphere, hard wastes
(waste matter), global cover (planetary envelop), absorbation(take over)
of biosphere by technosphere, rank and species H-distribution; reality
(of)physical, biological, technical, informational, social; correlation big
small(ratio); sphere of intellect(mind), general(common) cenology;
technetics, technique(technics), technical species (aspect), technology,
technocoenosis(technical coenosis); the third natural picture of the world
(world conception picture), coenological law of variability(realities);
digital representation of realities; empirical generalization(abstraction);
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Russian cosmism, global crisis, sustainable development
Abstract: The article is based on the scientific report by O.L.Kuznetsov
and B.E.Bolshakov at the General Meeting of Russian Academy of
Natural Sciences (December 6, 2012). The scientific report caused a great
interest, and many scientists suggested to open discussion in the press on
this subject. The article reveals the natural-scientific and humanitarian
mechanisms of global crisis and a transition way to sustainable
development on the basis of world scientific heritage and, first of all,
fundamental ideas of outstanding thinkers and scientists of the Russian
scientific school or Russian cosmism.
Keywords: sustainable development, Russian cosmism, global crisis,
nature society man system, noospheric LT-language, design and
management, transition to noosphere.

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The article deals with natural resources which are considered a basic
factor for sustainable development in Russia. The concept of industrial
complex is formulated. The types and options for sustainable economic
systems and described. The mathematical models of sustainability as well
as principles, criteria and evaluation indicators of sustainable
development in a region are proposed. The results of an analysis of
practical experience of Germany and China in achieving sustainable
development are given.
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Keywords: the noosphere, sustainable development, sustainability,


economic system, natural capital, natural-industrial complex
mathematical model, the principles, criteria, indicator, state
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Keywords: geosphere, biosphere, noosphere, hybridization, reflection,
mind.
Abstraction: This article explores the idea of the birth of V.Vernadsky,
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Edouard Le Roy, of the interaction of the
geosphere, biosphere, noosphere, in the environment of human society of
the planet Earth and the effects of hybridization of existing forces in
these areas and their fields. In this paper, the hybridization is considered
by the chemical hybridization. The content superglobal processes
(geosphere, biosphere, noosphere) is meant as a methodological
achievements transfer from one sphere to another mental acts as a natural
tool epistemology.

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Abstract: The importance of innovation development of higher education
recognized by the government. In the article of President Vladimir Putin
"about our economic problems," notes that "recovery innovative nature of
our economy must begin with universities - and as centers of basic
science, and as the basis of innovation development personnel. The
international competitiveness of our higher education should be our
national goal. "
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Keywords: innovation, innovation development, research universities, the
strategy of innovative development of higher education of Russia.

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Features and the role of the innovative complex of the education system
during integration of the science and formation
The summary: In clause the methodical management personnel existing
now by innovations which are not allowing to the full to realize
innovative potential of higher educational institutions, as subjects of
national innovative process in view of specific features of the market of
innovations is considered.
Keywords: scientific institutes of an education system; an education
system; innovations of high school; innovative educational complexes.

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The cosmogony-sinergetic reasons of evolution and its interactions to
change of human activity with context of V. Vernadsky ideas are
considered.
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Universum, noosphere, evolution, energy, sinergetic, effective action,
change activity.
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The article deals with the problems of dynamic state of ecosphere, related
historical traditions and modern alternatives, including a formal
international paradigm of sustainable development ( Sustainable
Development), and socio-political , scientific, technological and
educational prerequisites of implementation of V. I. Vernadskys
doctrines about the noosphere in the process of ecological revolution. The
paradigm of the great thinker is a movement to the state of ecosphere in
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which a man is the measure of all things , provided that all things are the
measure of a man.
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Key words: ecosphere, noosphere, ecological development, sustainable
development, ecological evolution, ecological revolution, prescience,
conceptual foresight, design.
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V.I.Vernadskys contribution to solving the problem of scientific
definition of time.
It is known that all conceptual time, including the time of classical
physics and the doctrine of relativity, is postulated, invented by a man,
and nothing in the objective reality, in the nature corresponds to it. As for
V.I. Vernadsky, he developed the concept of scientific (i.e., objectively
real) time independent of a man and his mind. He was 40-50 years ahead
of the Nobel Prize winner I.R. Prigozhin in realizing the great scientific
and practical importance of the time factor. This article is dedicated to
philosophical and scientific understanding of the theory of time by V.I.
Vernadsky.
Keywords: objectively real time, time - duration, functional time,
irreversibility of time, scientific value of time, practical valueoftime

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Theory V.I. Vernadckogo as the method of alternative indeing
interpretations in overcoming of deconstructivism
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Lemma. This work addresses the need to enhance the quality of the
methodological tools of philosophical studies in accordance with the
contemporary socio-cultural situation. Authors prove the practicability of
the method of alternative indexing interpretations revealing their potential
for philosophical studies.
Keywords: methodological principles, method of alternative
interpretations of the indexed, deconstruction, representation, the theory
of signs.

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Ecological crisis and its solution.
Annotation:
The article reviews actual problems connected with crisis of ecology.
Generalization of various negative phenomena of environmental pollution
is given. Various factors accelerating ecological crisis are analyzed.
Special attention is paid to culture development and preservation issues.
General provisions provide measures to be taken to prevent
environmental disaster. Keywords: climate change, ecological disaster,
pollution, culture decline, science and engineering.


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In dissertation research the dynamic scientific picture of the world of
knowledges is developed consisting of fractals of separate countries.
Application of prismatic filters gives us the complete picture of forming
its veritable scientific knowledges, from a moment the generation of
scientific idea to leading to of their acceptable kind.
Development of cognitions in the dynamic scientific picture of the
world of knowledges submits the pulled out allegoric hypothesis of wave
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Dynamic scientific picture of the world of knowledges, fractal,
scientist, hypothesis, wave theory of Huygens.
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Autotrophy and spin-torsion interaction people. (Means defence from
pathogenic zone)
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Neutralizer is a broadband auto-converter of super weak (thin) physigal
fields which accompany radio-frequencies radiation and have exstremely
harmful influence on the human biological field. During normal
environmental conditions, l.e. in absence of such fields and other
anomalies, Neutralizer is in low functional mode under influence of
natural Earth radiation and radiation from other environmental objects.
Being placed in a field of a source of harmful radiation the Neutralizer
automatically switches over to the full acting status producing secondary
radiation.This is equal to harmful source radiation but in contraphase.
As a result of superposition of said two radiations-source one and
secondary one-take place their mutual ntutralizatin and the result
radiation evel is less than human biological field sensitivity. A person
whose radiating tolls (for example radiotelephone) are supplied with
Neutralizer avoids risk of exposure with these tools.
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(Ecoantropocosmism (EAK) is the process of creative work of
adolescents organized in establishments of additional education, resulting
in individual perception of interference of existing (from immediate
environment up to depths of the Cosmos) and contributing to formation
of high ecologic culture) (12,13,14). (web: medgidova-almaz.narod.ru).
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The article deals with the concepts of truth and storm in Ivan
Peresvetovs publicistic texts from XVI century. The aspiration to the
state of the truth (moral state) refers to traditional Russian values, is a
necessary condition for recovery and prosperity of Russia.
Keywords: old Russian texts, morality and state-building.
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The concept of Vernadsky's bio-noosphere and Modern Science
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The article discusses the role and sagnificance of historical ideas of


Vernadsky. He continued Darwin's work and suggested to consider the
evolution of living in the context of not only the biosphere as a whole, but
also on a global scale.
Keywords: evolution, the biosphere, the noosphere, science, leading
forces, development, bone and living substance.
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The formation of Russian educational paradigms: from ZUNovskoi to
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In article the essence of the basic paradigms of the Russian education
replacing each other and modern is considered. The critical analysis of
their formation and the examples of their realization are resulted.
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Keywords: paradigm, institutional paradigm, valuable paradigm,
socioakmeology, akmeologisation, socioakmeological paradigm,
competentional paradigm, noospherical paradigm.
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Health on the basis of noosphere scientific and ideological system
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The article is devoted to comprehension of the concept of scientificeducational direction Culture of ealth, aimed at the formation of
the population of the Russian Federation motivation to lead healthy
way of life. The main difference of the proposed concept is
adopted as the scientific basis of the noosphere scientific world-view
system, the foundations of which were laid by academician V.I.
Vernadsky and developed modern scientists and philosophers
V.P.Kaznacheev and A.I.Subetto. The article shows the importance of
people and society spiritual and moral health as the highest category of
health, as well as the high importance attached to this issue by the highest
bodies of state authority. The article shows the way of practical
implementation of the concept.
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Summary: in article questions of improvement of ekologoeducation
activity of teachers of educational institutions of the Saratov region are
generalized. Need of cross-cultural interaction of subjects of
ekologoeducation activity is staticized by means of interactive forms and
work methods. Problems of a noosferezation of education within the
educational environment of higher education institution are discussed.
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This article is devoted consideration of methodological questions of
global governance. To analyze of the existent variants of global
governance and the role of scientific association is decision of tactical
and strategic tasks of global governance.
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Synthesis of the Western scientific approach to classes and Eurasian
synthetic approach to social dynamics provides a promising integration of
scientific models. This model is required for an atomized social
consciousness of the Russian people. History shows that even nonscientific ideas of the young Marx defined the vector of reconstruction,
inspired the masses to cover bureaucratic revolution of the party-state
apparatus. It is proved that the following restructuring as the
modernization of Russia and Eurasia will inevitably be based on the
problems of the individual and the rights of abstract man, leading to the
destruction of such temporary post-Soviet structure as the Russian
Federation.
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Key words: perestroika, Eurasian ideology, myth of post-industrialism,
neo-industrial development vector, the synthesis of a class of the Western
scientific approach and synthetic Eurasian, as an immature personality of
ideology, the two forms of Marxism, Western - historicist and
structuralist - version of Marxism, the ideas of the young Marx as a
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On the basis of a systematic approach to the accumulated planetary space
sphere of mind (noosphere), analyzing its development, operation and
dynamically accelerating transformation, discusses the new conceptual
power: change the logic of human activity on the basis of the formation
of the noosphere outlook, economic thinking, change the logic of social
behavior and reasonable development of spiritual and moral economy of
Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries and the
planetary community. Calculated on the cadres of power and control, the
scientific and religious leaders, education and culture, business executives
and entrepreneurs, anyone interested in the preservation and development
of the planetary human civilization.
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The summary: In article ways further of civilisations developments of
the Russian society and all mankind are proved. For this purpose the
author uses of formations the approach, perfecting it through a prism of
the nonequilibrium analysis of economy and a society. It is shown of
formations branching in development of the countries that has allowed to
reveal and predict contours of the future of the countries of a world
civilisation in the form of socially focused formation representing a
lawful state W socially focused civil society and social market economy.
That transition this formation reformatting of class structure of a society,
allocation as the main subject of the direct power in the country of a
productive class which makes in a modern society of 90-95 % of
population is required.
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Keywords: a socioeconomic structure, a way of manufacture,
productive forces, relations of production, classes, a productive class, an
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This article is devoted to a problem of research and formation of
moral bases of civil servants in the course of modernization of system of
public administration. According to the author, the noosphere paradigm
which is based on peace and reasonable existence of mankind on Earth,
strategically coordinating interests of present and future generations, can
become a moral reference point for the Russian politicians.
Reforms of the government have to be directed, also, to formation of
noosphere thinking of the civil servant to which together with the power
is transferred understanding of responsibility for mankind and the Nature.
Keywords: morality, responsibility policy, noospheric consciousness.
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Abstract: The author defends the need for a transition of human
civilization from of quantitative, consumer development goals to quality
and uniform management of the world economy. Emphasizes the need to
transition to a new paradigm of understanding of the development of
society on the basis of disclosure-making potential future socio-natural
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Research of ideas of V.I.Vernadsky and L.N.Gumilev showed as a whole
unity of the regularities opened by them with laws of the modern theory
of evolution.

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The article identifies the need for and feasibility study of pathological
socio-economic processes at different levels of social hierarchy, including
at the regional level. Identified as the major territorial disparities in the
development of Russian economy.

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Keywords: pathological processes, socio-economic development,
patoekonomika, the regional level, territorial disparities
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The paper is devoted to an analysis of the idea of rationality in the
culture, undertaken by V. I. Vernadsky in the line of the theory of history
of ideas, and its development in the theoretical natural scientific views of
the eminent physicist of the twentieth century W. Heisenberg.
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Key words: idea, theory of ideas, rationality, science, philosophy, culture.

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The main problem of the modern is absence of the all presentation about
laws development of the Nature. It is need to find out and understand
what is Noosphere. Modern wards: Noosphere, cosmos, cyber, cybernetic
cam from Greeks, and signify about mind and order in the cosmic
systems. The real transform of the information from out ward to life
organism have show the presence of the individual Noosphere of the
planet and humanity.
Noosphere of the planet have the local plan in the teen structure of the
atmosphere. It is the plasma mechanism of the Sun-Earth connections. He
is consisting from belt of Allen ionosphere and magnetosphere of the
Earth. Biosphere and Noosphere is need parts of the planet.
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Noosphere as the object of knowledge and construction
The methodological problem of the theoretical description of the
noosphere in scientific concepts to develop a social ideal desired future of
Russia and its political doctrine. Used the foundations of modern
sociological and psychological knowledge in the context of an innovative
society paradigm.
Life perspective, the desired future, spherical constructivism,
"superlife", noosphere of the Earth, evolutionary-ecological
methodology, innovation, political doctrine of Russia.
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V. I. Vernadskii Scientist in search of the infinite: Thesis of the
scientific outlook
Summary
Cultural, spiritual and moral wealth of human civilization, formed over
many historical periods and in due time became the basis for the scientific
and technological progress, to the beginning of the third millennium they
have been able to almost complete irrelevance and oblivion.This led to
the unconscious degeneration of modern society and the appearance of a
new generation of people educated often on false and erroneous ideas
about the world, about the role of Humans in Nature, and the future
development path. As a result, Humans unconsciously approach to the
invisible limit not only of its spiritual and physical own destruction, but

also threatening the destruction of the planet . In this context, is of great


scientific and social importance philoso- phical teachings of the great
scientist and philosopher of the twentieth century V. I. Vernadsky.
Key-words: Scientific worldview, Human, Nature, unity of life
substances.

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Ecologization
science
and
technology
as a method of forming noosphere.
,

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.
Formation of the noosphere as a global geosphere future requires the
theoretical foundation and the practical implementation of environmental
projects. Need for a new vision to create a new biotsentrism noospheric
culture of human society. Creating a real environmental construction
projects at the fact that the modern construction has become a factor of
global scale with a large number of negative impacts on the biosphere is a
factor in the gradual transition to the noosphere technologies. In the
article the authors' theoretical understanding of ecological principles of
human activity in the area of science and technology and shows some of
the management practices of ecological construction.
: , , , ,
, , , ,
, , , ,
.
Keywords: noosphere, the biosphere, the technosphere, construction,
greening, science, technology, economic methods, ecological
construction, technogenesis, biocentrism, anthropocentrism, green
buildings.

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Ragimova O.A.

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Robaten S.S.

550

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The Subject of the Noosphere is the Major Factor of Social Healths
Development.
The mechanisms of the noospherisation of the biosphere. The author
believes that the main criterion of of the preservation of generations
social health is the noosphere subjects formation on the basis of the
science development, the realization of the worlds complexity, the
generations creative activity in order to maintain life on Earth
Key words: noosphere, biosphere, noospherisation, the subject of the
noosphere, social health
..
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Forming elements of the positive state ideology based on the ideas of
Vernadsky on earth depends on the processes of life in the galaxy.
.
.. . ,
, . ,
.
Abstract.
We used the position of Vernadsky the need to consider the influence of
galactic radiation in the study of Earth's physical and social processes.
The model of a society in which every caste should educate their
members in their own system of dogmas, the well-known non-Orthodox.
It is shown that the concept of the importance of the Galactic center for
events of earthly life has been recognized by the creators of the ancient
symbols of fertility and power.
. , , , , .
Key words. Milky Way Galaxy, the flow of energy, cosmic radiation, the
positive ideology.

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Ryabov V.I.




Noosphere by Vernadsky and anthropo principle in light of
anthropological doctrine by Bahtin
. ,
.
Abstract. This communication is comparison of anthropo principle, ideas
by Vernadsky and ideas by Bahtin.
: , , .
Keywords: noosphere, anthropo principle, postmodern.
: .
Energy and Resources: the hard way in the noosphere
. , 1922 , ,
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, .
, .
.
: ;
; ; ; ; .
Lemma. The work says that in 1922,the greatest team of scientists was
formed to solve the economic problems of the plan of electrification of
the whole country, ideas of which have been expressed by Lenin. In this
team, Vernadsky headed direction of nuclear energy in the long run that
gave the country nuclear-missile shield and nuclear energy.
On the basis of Lenins electrification economics, the industrialization
were carried out, that made possible to make one of the strongest armies
in the world, which leaded to victory over the Nazist Germany.
This economic base rests on the high rate of labor productivity, using the
dominant priority of energy and puts in reliance on the use of resources of
the banking system of the country.
What is of interest is achieved primacy of labor over the interests of
capital?
Keywords: economic base electrification, nuclear energy, resource
economics; microcosm and macrocosm, the banking system of
accounting earnings, accounting energy.

551

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Dikinis
A.V.,

Sapunov V.B.
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.
Criteria of ecological quality. Basing on biosphere theory and
qualimetric appriach
Abstract
The aim of article is toward quantitative assay of ecological
environment. Levels of living systems organization are listed. All
environment damage pollutions are classified on toxins, cancerogens,
teratogens and mutagens. Three approaches to quantitative essay of
environment are listed. They are approaches based on comfort for human,
species and ecological systems. The ecological quolimetry is considered
as a special science both of natural and humanitirian fields.
: ,
Key words: ecological prosperity, qualimetry
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Semenov S.N.

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Issues of noospheric modernization of management of sustainable
development of rural territories
Abstract
The paper grounds the need to modernize the management of
sustainable development of rural territories within the framework of the

noospheric concept. The objective of the study is to identify and


characterize the fundamentals of controlled noospheric agro-industrial
integration that ensures sustainable development of Russian rural
territories. The study employs the monographic research method. The
principal conclusion proves the need to maintain soil fertility by applying
innovative methods of modeling it and developing arable farming as ways
of noospheric modernization of management of sustainable development
of rural territories.
Keywords: modernization, management, rural territories, noosphere
..
Subetto A.I.

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XXI :
Vernadsy`s and Gumilev`s overturn in scientific painting of world in
beginning of XXI century: gelios-cosmisical revolution and eurasiaional
measurement.
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Keywords: vernadskyonal revolution, ethnos, ethnogenezis, noosphere,
eurasianity, Russian cosmism.

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Subetto A.I.

.
Word of Vernadsky
:
. 150-
.
Abstract: Considered basis of estimation of world historical
significance of Vernadsky`s scientific inheritance.
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, .
Keywords: noosphere, biosphere, truth, evolution, life-time, age, science,
future.

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Subetto A.I.

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, , XXI : .
V.I.Vernadsky and noosphere`s paradigm of development of society,
science, culture, education and economic: universal scientific
foundation.
: , , , , , , , , , , ,
, , , , ,
, , .
Keywords: noosphere, biosphere, noospherizm, universe, future,
revolution, paradigme, society, science, culture, age, evolution,
aducation, educational society, noospherial economic, noospherial
socialism, sintetical civilizational revolution, humankind, system.

553

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Subetto A.I.

XXI : .
Human being of XXI century: on way of noospherical standing.
: , , , , , .
Keywords: human being of century, culture, spirituality, morality, mind,
homo noospheres.

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Subetto A.I.

XXI .
Noospherical economic and educational society strategy of
development of Russia in XXI century.
: , ,
, , XXI , , , , .
Keywords: noospherical economic, educational society, strategy,
development, XXI century, intellectic capacity, educational capacity,
scientitic capacity, noospherical society.

..


XXI
Entrepreneurial University as a form of realization of the strategy of
development of education in the XXI century.
: .
: ,
Brief annotation: The article discusses the relevance and problems
of development of the entrepreneurial university to address innovative
economic development of Russia.
The keywords: entrepreneurial university, scientific and educational
spheres.

554

..

Methods of research and formation of the management


knowledge of sustainable development of the socio-economic
systems
:
, ,
- . .
Annotation:
The article discusses methodological tools of the theory of knowledge,
used to study the formation and management of knowledge that will
ensure sustainable development of socio-economic systems. Particular
attention is paid to the method of ascent from the abstract to the concrete.
: ,
, , , .
Keywords: methods of the theory of knowledge, methods of research
knowledge, managerial knowledge, sustainable development, social and
economic systems.

..


:
, .
: -
, ,

Brief annotation: The article sets out the practical steps of modernization
of public administration, performed in the research work Development
of the mechanisms of evaluation of activity of state civil employees of the
Russian Federation.
Key words: Normative-legal base of the organization of the state service
for Russia, the criteria for the evaluation of work of civil servants, the
methodology of evaluation of work of public servants

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Translated from Russian
'My life has never been made of the science only
Summary.
The article shows many-sided activities of Vladimir
Vernadskiy, the great scientist and the polymath, whose chef-d'oeuvre
was the theory of biosphere and noosphere.
Vladimir Vernadskiy made a major contribution to ecological paradigm
development, pointed out the role of music and imaginative literature in
development of scientific cognition and thinking of a scientist.
Vernadskiys theory is of great importance up to the present day, since it
helps to solve many problems.
Key words: biosphere, noosphere, scientific knowledge, evolutionary
processes, holistic concept, ecology, language of science, ecolinguistics

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:
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:
, , ,
, ,
, ,
.
Gnosiology Vernadskogo and its naukovedeskoe value for me and my
research
Tangiyev B.B. (Ingush State University, Russia)
Abstract:
Analyses the problems of preservation and protection of the biosphere.
The results of criminological research of the author, formed as a scientist
under the influence of the works of the great Russian scientist Vladimir
Vernadsky.
Keywords:
Biosphere, environment management, risks, environmental emergencies,
kokriminologi, kokriminologieska GIS model, Vernadsky,
postulate "qualitatively new State".

556

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( ).
Actual problems of cultural and ecological paradigm of modern society
formation (on a base of European North Investigations).
.
- . ,
( ), .
Annotation. In given article the author attempts considering the
tendencies of new cultural and ecological paradigm formation. The
searching of new, alternative forms of interrelationship between society
and nature is stipulated for the tendency of modern civilization to solve
the global problems (including ecological) and to build necessary
conditions of sustainable social development.
. , ,
, .
Key words. Ecological consciousness, ecological culture, European
North, sustainable social development.
-
. Homo valiens XXI . , ,
.
In the article a scientific trend - Valeology - is substantiated as a science
of the future. Studying Valeology as a phenomenon allowed to
distinguish its synergistic opportunities and determine the ways of its
integration into the noospheric paradigm of 21st century Homo valiens
formation. The genesis of Valeology, its philosophical structural
foundations, which ensure Healthy Living wisdom of noospheric Human
being, were elicited.
: , , , , , ,

Mapping as the Substance of unity of the Cosmos and the Essence of
Man


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, ,
.
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.
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.
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, , , , ,

Keywords: substance, matter, motion, form, spirit, mind, consciousness,


man, mankind, space, time, Mapping, axions, weak metric, monad,
nonstandard analysis, the biosphere, living matter, evolution, the
noosphere, trinitarism
..

.. .
Contemporary development idea V.I.Vernadskogo nooshpere.

,
, , , ,
.
:
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, , ,
, .
The article describes the scientific and social approach to solving the
global system crisis at the bifurcation point, particularly, the problems of
violence, war, global ecology, poverty, health and persons life duration.
Keywords: system man outdoor environment, global systemic,
crisis, degradation, bifurcation point, self preservation, noospheric
revolution.

- .
,
, ;
.
: , , , ,
, .
The features noosphere civilization the content, objectives and
principles of noosphere education, analyzed the problem of educating
people with space (noosphere) level of consciousness in the historical
aspect and its characteristic properties.
Key words: Noosphere civilization, noospheric education, noospheric
man, noospheric consciousness, bioadekvatne thinking cosmic
evolutionary principles

558

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Usoltsev V.A.

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.
On the origins and the future of Russia, in the context of the Russian
cosmism.

:
,
, .

.
One gives a presentation on three consecutive stages of the history of
Russia: the birth of the Russian mentality at the junction of the past two
millennia, its cultural apogee at the junction of the past two centuries and
the fall of Russia in the 20th century, continuing to this day. It is showed
historically due to preconditions of revival of Russia.
: , ,

Key words: Holy Russia, Russian cosmism, revival of Russia.

Social anthropology capital: the dialectics of raschelovechivaniya


:
(),

.
nnotation: This article deals with a complex problem
raschelovechivaniya human capital system ("capitalocracy"), approved
the idea of socialism as the noosphere real humanism.
: , , ,
.
Key words: social anthropology, capital, dialectics, alienation

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.
Summary. We use the Vernadsky`s idea of organization for
formation and study of the hevristical hierarchical models of biosphere in
the planet and cosmic spheres. In these models we use the principles of
system cybernetics and space-temporal spectroscopy. We introduce the
idea of modulus of organization for study of the natural and social
forms and structures in the Universe.
. , , ,
, , -, ,
, , , , ,
, `, .
Key words. Hevristic, hierarchic, cybernetic, organization, model,
spectroscopy, vibration, circle, spiral, cosmogeobiorithmus, cosmic code,
balance, ecologonomic, sinthethis`ethics, globalization.

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,

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,
, .
.
Summary. The known concept of a noosphere will be filled with the
materialistic contents after introduction in it the ecological activity
consisting of technological, social, formational and military-civilization
components. It is shown that approach of a noosphere is connected with
restoration of the socialism different from the Soviet type by the
humanity, gradualness and democratic character. The criticism of modern
activity of the CPRF is given.
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, , ,
.
Key words: the noosphere, ecology, socialism, capitalism, nature, people,
decent living standards, the Communist party.

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XXI :
Noosphere modernization of public management of Russia in the XXI
century: problems and main directions

:

XXI
.


Brief annotation: In the article the main direction of development of
the theory of state control of Russia in the form of General management
paradigm of Russia's development in the twenty-first century and the
concept of modernization of public administration of Russia. Presents the
main problems and the direction of the noosphere, the modernization of
public governance in Russia
: , , , ,
, ,
.
Key words: the noosphere, society, country, state, public
administration, sustainable development, public intellect.
.. ( *),
. - , )

Centaur of Lively matter*), or concepts plays art, the Vernadskiys


creativity as a art
. (1) ( +
**)) - ; .
(2) = = ( )
. (3) -:
.
The resume: (1) Marxs lively work (Lively being + inert matter )
Creative-Lively matter; Vernadskiys implication. (2) Centaur =
Aristotele = Geracles (the conqueror of Nature) is all vice versa. There
are necessary (3) Atlantes Marx-Vernadskiy: double Lively
substance completely Creative-Lively noosphere.
: - ; = ;
: -.
The kays words and the words bunches: Living work CreativeLively matter Creative-Lively noosphere; Centaur = Aristotele;
trasition Atlantes: Marx-Vernadskiy.
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XXI - XXII , .
.
XXI-XXII Centuries The First and the Last Phase of Mankinds
Existence on Earth As Devised and Implemented by Its Elite. Forced
Global Space Emigration to Another Planet
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Chicago, USA, Elastoneering Inc

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- (North and South Polar
Cells) 600 900 , (North and South Ozone
Depletions), 3, .
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(Filler). () ,
(Aether Plateau-Shikhirin Skeleton).
150-200


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Abstract (Summary)
Causes of breaking the tightness of Earths Vacuum Chamber by Man are
analyzed that lead to the starting decline in gravitation forces (gravity,
free-fall acceleration) along with pressure and oxygen reduction in the
atmosphere that loses its mass and volume by being gradually sucked into
the vacuum chamber of the planet together with seas and oceans.
The North and South Polar Cells in the 600 900 area of both the north
and the south latitudes have actually disappeared replaced by two North
and South Ozone Depletions. These are parts of Earths atmosphere
actually devoid of ozone, O3, a pressurized gas medium serving as the
filler for toroidal shells of the atmosphere and the life-supporting layer
of Earth. The ozone is replaced by freons, man-made counterparts of inert
gases that form the intershell space referred to as the Aether, or PlatoShikhirin Skeleton.
The author has suggested the most cost-efficient and time saving
technologies and natural resources of the Russia needed for successful
preparation and timely emigration to another planet to be used within
150-200 years of the expected Mankinds life on the Earth planet. The
approach to selection of technologies and their introduction within the
remaining time frame should be adapted to a specific residence area.
The technologies are based on works of Victor Schauberger developed
and partially used in the 30-50ies of the 20th century in Austria and
Germany.

; VTortex; Elastoneering; ; ; ; ; Dr. Valeriy Shikhirin;
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; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; / () .
Keywords
Vortex; VTortex; Elastoneering; Explosion; Implosion; Torus
Technologies; Elastic Engineering; Dr. Valeriy Shikhirin; Torus
Knots; Self-Supported Systems; Levitation; Gravitation; Structurization
of Matter, Energy, Information; Couette-Shikhirin Flow; PlateauShikhirin Channels; Aether; Toroidal Shell; Sphere Shell; Shikhirin
Cells; Dr. Valeriy Shikhirin Technologies; TorusMetry;
SphereMetry; MobiusMetry; ColorMetry; Platonic Solids;
Archimedean Solids; Shikhirin Solids; Great Stellated Polyhedron;
Polyhedron; Heptahedron; Soft/Elastic MultiTorus Finepitch Gears.
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The summary: Globalization again causes heightened interest to
V.I.Vernadsky's scientific heritage and principles of ecological education.
The subject of modern social ecology is understood by authors as specific
communications between the person and environment. The output from
modern global ecological crisis sees through education. It is judged
danger of a myth about a healthy way of life for formation of outlook
and morals of young people. Authors the vision of ordering of the
supreme professional education of social workers is offered.
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, , , ,
.
Key words: globalization, crisis of ideas, outlook, myths, a
noosphere, social ecology, social work, ecological education.

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Yarotsky G.P.

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The Pacific salmon that is the world heritage should be under
national protection
Abstract.: Wild Pacific Salmon remained undisturbed only in the Pacific
Northwest. Its habitat is Kamchatka and Koryakia (all species
composition including five commercial species), Sakhalin, Magadan
region, Chukotka. The state of wild salmon is miserable in Japan and
California; it disappeared in the result of excessive fishing and intensive
harmful non-natural reproduction. The non-natural reproduction strikes at
wild salmon in Sakhalin (a part of it), the Amur River basin, the Far East.
Scientific investigations evidence of its harmful impacts. We suggest the
strategy for preservation of wild salmon in conception of non-natural
reproduction in arms, tributaries and dead channels of spawning rivers
with natural food potential. It originates from microbiological
transformation of fossil organic coals that is the initial of the food chain
for aquatic organisms. Geoecological theory for salmon homing was
suggested.
Key words: wild Pacific Salmon, non-natural reproduction, Kamchatka,
Koryakia, salmon homing.

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Yashin A.A.


Globalization as noospheric process
,

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-,

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.
The material contains extended introduction, referring to the subject of
globalization as a basic process in the formation of noosphere at the stage
of the beginning of its full deployment. The basic laws of modern

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capitalism-globalism are stated. The effect of these laws is illustrated by


the realities of the current global crisis of capitalism. The material is
written in clear Russian that not allowing ambiguous interpretation.
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Keywords: globalization, noosphere, political economy, unity, dialectics,
biosphere, economy, crisis.

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