SPACE. EARTH. HUMAN.
Explores the roots of strange phenomena
Over more than 100 years, starting with Tesla around the time of the discovery of x-rays and the electron, strange unexplained phenomena have been observed by researchers the world over, from enthusiasts to Nobel prize winners.
Dr. Alexander Parkhomov on his discovery
“In 1988, when working with three-dimensional diffraction gratings and detectors, which made it possible to obtain a spatial effect distribution and accumulate information for long periods, I discovered radiation which had a micron-millimeter wavelength and had a very high penetrating power.
It was clear this radiation was not light, radio waves or ultrasound, however, like these radiation types, the wavelength is much longer than the distances between atoms in a substance, i.e. interaction occurs immediately with a huge number of atoms. Substance, for such radiation, is a continuous medium, in which it refracts and from which it surface reflects.
If there are irregularities on the surface smaller than the wavelength, mirror reflection occurs. A concave mirror allows concentration and focussing of the radiation. Even if the reflection coefficient is very small, by using a mirror with a large surface, you can get a large increase in the intensity of the radiation. To understand how this works, consider a plate of clear glass, even though it is transparent, light still reflects from it well.
All this and more is described in detail in parts 2 and 3 of my book.
The first experiments with focusing mirrors were made in 1992."
Who is Alexander Parkhomov?
Dr. Alexander Parkhomov on how the book came to be
Alexander Parkhomov's good friend A. Karavaykin inspired him to create the original book and fund its Russian print run. Mr. Karavaykin's unusual studies are also reported in the book.
Alexander includes work in different areas of research (types of variability in various processes, low-energy neutrinos, and even parapsychology). Such heterogeneity made it difficult to find a title of the book.
Alexander adds, "It was discussed with my friends for a long time and as a result, we chose a name that is quite difficult to adequately translate into English, but roughly it can be translated as: “SPACE. EARTH. HUMAN. - NEW VIEWS ON SCIENCE. "
What's in the book?
The importance of neutrinos is an emerging science
When presented with the papers below, Dr. Alexander Parkhomov responded,
"Thanks for the interesting articles. Finally, some physicists are beginning to understand what we understood 20 years ago - and not only understood, but also verified experimentally."
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Risks and challenges
Dr. Alexander Parkhomov has already been updating the book and has more than 2 sections done as we start the funding campaign, a delay is unexpected here.
Good translators have been identified but we want to block their time as soon as possible, so it is very important that we get close to the target as soon as we can, so we can give the go-ahead to start the translation work.
There is always some risk that the translator will have some health problems, so the work will be done in contracted sections.
Depending on the interest, it may be more efficient to produce a publishing run rather than to use on-demand printing services. However, at the very least, we are confident that everyone will get their digital copy in September which is part of every reward level.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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