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The Charge Structures of Aether and Substance  [PDF]
Georgy Nikolskiy
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104379
The hypothesis of the charge structures matter serves as the basis for defining the inner energies of “rest” an electron: Ee=αc/(2πRe)[s﹣1]; a neutrino: En=Eeα3; a proton: Ep=Ee(α-2-3α-1). “Relict” radiation is regarded as the wave background is caused by charges oscillations of the aether. Charge pair known as a neutrino is the elementary structure of the aether and partici-pant of the energy and charges exchange reactions between the ethereal and in-ert structures. The internal spin dynamics of the charge structures of particles creates their inertness. The electron mass of “rest” is defined as the time density on its shell that forms the space-time unity: Me=α/(2πRec) [s/m2]. Factors of randomness and periodicity in the radioactivity phenomenon are explained. The ethereal concept of the antiparticles origin is proposed.
Similarity Criteria, Galactic Scales, and Spectra  [PDF]
Georgy S. Golitsyn
Journal of Modern Physics (JMP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2012.310188
Abstract: An old topic of dimensional analysis in astrophysics is presented and new results, or quantitative explanations of some observational facts are obtained, in particular, on the base of the supernova, SN, explosions. The presentation starts with the derivation of two similarity criteria for astrophysical objects constructed out of four measurable quantities: mass, M, luminosity, Lb, velocity U, size R, and gravitational constant G. The first well known criterium describes the virial principle and the other one seems to be new and is based on the Tully-Fisher observational relationship between luminosity and velocity. The energy generated by SN explosions allows one to estimate well the interstellar turbulent velocities and magnetic field in our Galaxy, resulting in 3 to 4 microgauss. It is found that for z ≥ 0.6 the observed distant galactic clusters are far from virial equilibrium and the degree of disequilibrium is increasing with z. It means that to reach such an equilibrium the cluster age should be of order ten dynamical time scales, see Equation (7). For all considered galaxy clusters the second similarity criterium was found to be constant with a precision of about ten per cent. Therefore it could be considered as a general law, though for different classes of objects the numerical coefficient may vary. Some scales are proposed and two of them are tested for galactic clusters by finding numerical coefficients with accuracies of about 20 percent or better: e.g. observed luminocities of clusters are W=Lb=a1(M/R)5/2G3/2 with for the first eleven objects from the Table for which the virial equilibrium is found with the same accuracy. The square root of the two criteria ratio 3=( 2/ 1)1/2=U(WG)-1/5 explains the Tully-Fisher law and is constant for all 32 available clusters from [1,2] and is equal to 1.8 ± 0.2. This is because
Systematisches Innovationsmanagement / Systematic innovation management
Georgy, Ursula
GMS Medizin-Bibliothek-Information , 2011,
Abstract: Public institutions (here libraries) are in competition with each other in the same way like companies of the producing industra. Therefore it is crucial for libraries to identify trends early and to respond to customer needs focused and purposefully. This requires a systematic innovation management of libraries.
Multiple Nash-equilibrium in Quantum Game
Georgy Parfionov
Physics , 2008,
Abstract: Methods of exploring Nash equilibrium in quantum games are studied. Analytical conditions of the existence, the uniqueness or the multiplicity of the equilibria are found.
Yellow supergiants as supernova progenitors: an indication of strong mass loss for red supergiants?
Cyril Georgy
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201118372
Abstract: The increasing observed number of supernova events allows for finding ever more frequently the progenitor star in archive images. In a few cases, the progenitor star is a yellow supergiant star. The estimated position in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram of these stars is not compatible with the theoretical tracks of classical single star models. According to several authors, the mass-loss rates during the red supergiant phase could be underestimated. We study the impact of an increase of these mass-loss rates on the position of 12 to 15 M\odot stars at the end of their nuclear life, in order to reconcile the theoretical tracks with the observed yellow supergiant progenitors. We perform calculations of 12 to 15 M\odot rotating stellar models using the Geneva stellar evolution code. To account for the uncertainties in the mass-loss rates during the RSG phase, we increase the mass-loss rate of the star (between 3 and 10 times the standard one) during that phase and compare the evolution of stars undergoing such high mass-loss rates with models computed with the standard mass-loss prescription. We show that the final position of the models in the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram depends on the mass loss they undergo during the red supergiant phase. With an increased mass-loss rate, we find that some models end their nuclear life at positions that are compatible with the observed position of several supernova progenitors. We conclude that an increased mass-loss rate (whom physical mechanism still need to be clarified) allows single star models to reproduce simultaneously the estimated position in the HRD of the YSG SN progenitors, as well as the SN type.
Coarsening rates for the dynamics of slipping droplets
Georgy Kitavtsev
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1017/S0956792513000314
Abstract: We derive reduced finite dimensional ODE models starting from one dimensional lubrication equations describing coarsening dynamics of droplets in nanometric polymer film interacting on a hydrophobically coated solid substrate in the presence of large slippage at the liquid/solid interface. In the limiting case of infinite slip length corresponding in applications to free films a collision/absorption model then arises and is solved explicitly. The exact coarsening law is derived for it analytically and confirmed numerically. Existence of a threshold for the decay of initial distributions of droplet distances at infinity at which the coarsening rates switch from algebraic to exponential ones is shown.
A new family of polynomial identities for computing determinants
Georgy Egorychev
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: We give new definitions for the determinant over commutative ring $K$, noncommutative ring $\mathbf{K}$, noncommutative ring $\mathcal{K}$ with associative powers, over noncommutative nonassociative ring $\mathfrak{K}$, and study their properties.
Enrichment Discrimination Behavior in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats  [PDF]
Ramiz M. Salimov, Georgy I. Kovalev
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2012.24056
Abstract: Objectives: 1) To reveal, among spontaneously hypertensive rats, subpopulations that diverge in attention to objects enriching an empty cross-maze; 2) To evaluate effect of clinically efficient drug for treatment of attention deficiency atomoxetine on the attention to environmental cues in attentionally-low rats. Method: A novel paradigm that provides measure of attention towards enriching objects independent of general locomotor activity and spatial orientation is employed. The apparatus consists of 4-arm radial maze, two arms of which contain objects (enriched compartments). Animals exploring the objects typically stay longer in enriched parts of maze than in empty arms and have a higher score of enrichment discrimination ratio. Results: Frequency distribution of the enrichment discrimination ratio had clear bimodal shape that differed significantly from normal distribution suggesting the existence of subpopulations of attentionally-low and -high individuals. The attentionally-low phenotype did not show inferiority in spatial orientation as compared with attentionally-high phenotype. The phenotypes did not differ from each other in measures of locomo- tor activity and blood pressure. Atomoxetine (3 mg/kg, orally, once daily for 4 days) enhanced enrichment discrimina- tion in animals of attentionally-low phenotype. Single administration of the drug was ineffective. Conclusion: Popula- tion of spontaneously hypertensive rat includes two phenotypes of attentionally-low and -high individuals. Subchronic atomoxetine ameliorates attention to environmental cues in attentionally-low rats. The enrichment discrimination test could be useful in studies of neurobiology of attention deficit condition and for screening of novel drug candidates.
Effect of Atomoxetine on Behavior of Outbred Mice in the Enrichment Discrimination Test  [PDF]
Ramiz M. Salimov, Georgy I. Kovalev
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2013.32022

Treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder with medications is helpful in less than 60% of cases suggesting the necessity of development of novel drugs. The most accepted animal model of the disease is outbred spontaneously hypertensive rat strain. It was recently found in a novel enrichment discrimination test that the rat strain includes attentionally-low and -high phenotypes and clinically efficient drug for the treatment of the disorder atomoxetine is capable of ameliorating the enrichment discrimination by the attentionally-low rats. The present study aimed to test the generality of these findings in outbred CD-1 mice assessed in the same experimental design. The frequency distribution of the enrichment discrimination ratio differed from the curve expected under the normality hypothesis and had a bimodal shape suggesting the existence of attentionally-low and -high mouse phenotypes. Atomoxetine (3 mg/kg, orally, once daily for 4 days) selectively enhanced enrichment discrimination in mice of attentionally-low phenotype only. The present results generalize and extend findings previously reported in spontaneously hypertensive rats and suggest that the present model could be useful in studies of the neurobiological mechanisms of attention deficiency in rodents and for screening of novel drug candidates for treatment of attention deficit disorder.

Radon Monitoring in Groundwater and Soil Gas of Sakhalin Island  [PDF]
Chelnokov Georgy, Zharkov Rafael, Bragin Ivan
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2015.35006

A groundwater radon monitoring in the southern and western part of Sakhalin Island was carried out in 2014 in order to study the correlation between radon anomalies and the seismic activity of the region. The objects of investigations were located within large tectonic dislocations of the island—the southern part of the Central Sakhalin fault and the central part of the West Sakhalin fault. The soil gas monitoring was carried out using a Sirad probe (Quarta-Rad, Russia) and the continuous radon monitoring in the groundwater was carried out using a Radon Seismic Station (CPC-05, NTM-Zashita, Russia). The effect of geochemical parameters, namely, temperature, pressure and conductivity on the radon emission has been studied. The present work contains an analytical protocol which is based on the analysis of radon emitted from the fault planes, a geo- chemical precursor when predicting the tectonic activity.?


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