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The Future of Life and the Future of our Civilization

  • Vladimir Burdyuzha

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvii
  2. Life as a Space Phenomenon

  3. The Origin of Life

  4. Conservation of Life

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 96-96
    2. John Cairns Jr.
      Pages 97-104
    3. Mojib Latif
      Pages 145-145
    4. Michel E. Gertsenstein, Boris N. Shvilkin
      Pages 149-153
    5. Claudius Gros, Kay Hamacher, Wolfgang Meyer
      Pages 165-178
    6. Anatoly Dmitrievsky
      Pages 179-186
    7. N. P. Voloshin, A. S. Ganiev, G. A. Ivanov, F. P. Krupin, S. Yu. Kuzminykh, B. V. Litvinov et al.
      Pages 201-204
    8. Jose-Korakutty Kanichukattu
      Pages 217-217
    9. Ruediger Vaas
      Pages 231-247
    10. Don-Edward Beck
      Pages 251-251
  5. How Can We Improve our Life?

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 254-254
    2. Ranjit Chandra
      Pages 255-255
    3. Bernard Swynghedauw
      Pages 257-261
    4. Jarle Breivik
      Pages 265-265
    5. Sergei Konorskiy
      Pages 291-306
    6. Volodymyr K. Magas
      Pages 321-334
    7. John Skinner
      Pages 349-349
    8. Vladimir Burdyuzha, Oleg Dobrovol'skiy, Dmitriy Igumnov
      Pages 361-364
  6. What is our Future

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 366-366

About these proceedings

Introduction

“ Our second Symposium The Future of Life and the Future of our Civili- tion” was held in May of 2005 year in Germany (Frankfurt am Main). The first one “The Future of the Universe and the Future of our Civilization” was held in July of 1999 year in Hungary (Budapest and Debrecen). The late professor George Marx from Eotvos University was Chairman of Local Organizing Committee (LOC) in Budapest. In Debrecen professor Denes Berenyi from Institute of Nuclear Research was Chairman of LOC. After Symposium in Hungary a thought was created to hold a new one to discuss the Future of Life. Practically 6 years came after Budapest’s meeting. At first the thought was to hold such Symposium in two stages. The Symposium might be begun in India (Rerikh’s places in Himalaya) and then might be continued in Greece since Greece is a motherland of our Civilization. But India and Greece were rejected owing to financial pr- lems. It is necessary to remember the late French professor Michel Bounias from University of Avignon who took in participation on all stages of organization of these Symposiums. Professors Jiannis Seiradakis also as and Athina Geronikaki of Thessaloniki University helped me very much before transfer of Symposium of Greece in Germany.

Keywords

Civilization EFE Future Future of Life Medicine Population Universe dynamics hydrology

Editors and affiliations

  • Vladimir Burdyuzha
    • 1
  1. 1.Russian Academy of SciencesMoscowRussia

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