Social Science

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[6] viXra:1309.0188 [pdf] submitted on 2013-09-28 19:21:08

Memoirs of Soviet Political Prisoner

Authors: Alexander Bolonkin
Comments: 62 Pages.

A. Bolonkin was born in (Russia). When he was young, he had National and World records in aviation modelling and was awarded with gold and silver medals. He graduated with awards from Aviation Collage, Faculty of Aviation Engines, (B.S.)(USSR); Kazan Aviation Institute, Faculty of Aircraft Design, (M.S.); Kiev University, Faculty of Mathematics, (M.S.); Moscow Aviation Institute, Rocket Department, dissertation "Optimal Trajectories of Multistate Rockets" (Ph.D., Dr.Sci.); Leningrad Politechnic University, Aerospace Enginering Department, dissertation "New Methods of Optimization and their Applications" (Post-Doctoral Degree in the former USSR). He worked in Soviet aviation, rocket and Space industries and lectured in main Soviet University about 15 years. In particularty, in Kiev Aircraft State Design Bureau headed by O. Antonov, Bolonkin took part in design of aircraft AN-8 through AN-225 (Enginer-Senior Engineer-Chairman of Department); in Rocket engine Construction Bureau headed by Academician V.P.Glushko, Bolonkin was Chairman of Reliability Department and took part in design of rocket engines for main strategic rockets of the USSR; in TsAGI (central Aero-Hydrodynamic Research Institute) A. Bolonkin was a scientific researcher. He lectured as a professor and worked as a Project Director in Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow Aviation Technological Institute, Bauman Highest Technical University, Technological Institute, He contacted with Construction Bureaus of Tupolev, Yakovlev, Mikoyan, Ilushin, Sykhoy, with all main aviation, rocket and space research and design Centers of the USSR. He had many awards in the Soviet Union. In 1972 professor Bolonkin was arrested the Soviet Secret Police (KGB) because he read forbidden political literature about freedom and democracy and listen in "Voice of America". More 15 years KGB tortures him into special prisons, concentration camps, and exile in Siberia. This period his life is described in this book. In 1988, Alexander Bolonkin arrived as a political refuge in the USA and became American citizen in 1994. He worked as a mathematician in Sherson Lehman Hutton (American Express), N.Y., (Research, computation, programming, Optimal portfolio of securities), a Senior Researcher in Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences of New York University; two years as a Senior Research Associate in Wright Laboratory, Flight Dynamic Directorate (Dayton, Ohio), (it is the main Laboratory of the USA Air Force with over 20,000 scientists); as a professor in New Jersey Institute of Technology, Computer and Information Department. He worked as an expert of Association Engineers and Scientists in N.Y.C. (Estimation of new ideas, projects, patents. Consulting). He worked two years as a Senior Research Associate in the NASA (Dryden Flight Research Center) in California, Edwards and two years as Senior Researcher in Eglin USA Air Force Base (Florida). Now Dr. Bolonkin lectures in New Jersey Institute of Technology. For last four years alone, A. Bolonkin published more 35 scientific articles and books in the USA and a lot of articles in Russia-American press about scientific problems. He took part in three World Space Congress (1992, 1994, 1996), in World Aviation Congress (Los-Angeles, 1998, 1999) and more tens National Scientific Conferences in the USA. In particularly, he published monograph "Development of Soviet pocket engines for Strategic Missiles", Delphic Ass., USA, 1991, 133 p., and large Chapter "Aviation, motor, and Space Designs" in book "Development Technology in the Soviet Union", pp.32-80, Delphic Ass., USA, 1990; book “Non-Rocket Space Launch and Flight”, by A. Bolonkin, Elsevier, 2006, 488 ps.; chapters: Space Towers, Cable Anti-Gravitator, Electrostatic Levitation and Artificial Gravity in collection “Macro Engineering: A Challenge for the Future”, edited by V. Badesky, R.B. Cathcart and R.D. Schuilling, Springer, 2006; book “New Concepts, Ideas, Innovations in Aerospace and Technology”, by A. Bolonkin, Nova, 2007; book "Human Immortality and Electronic Civilization", Lulu, 3-rd Edition, “Macro-Projects: Environment and Technologies”, NOVA, 2008 and others. Alexander Bolonkin is the author of more 170 scientific articles and books and 17 inventions. B. Kruglyak, Ph.D.
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[5] viXra:1309.0126 [pdf] submitted on 2013-09-17 14:00:47

ThePrimate® HPW and NNs Ecosystem Based on DDC+ Classification Oriented to Singularities' Peculiarities

Authors: Giuseppe Laquidara, Marika Mazzi Boém
Comments: 9 Pages.

ThePrimate® is an HPW [High Power Web] platform which allows dynamic classification of digital resources from european databases - including those coming from Europeana - the easy retrieval of data, reuse of items and methods based on enhanced tools, a deeper layer of attached information. The platform is strictly connected to Filamento®, an original IoT [Internet of Things] framework, determining a lattice of precisely identifiable talking objects in the real environment, related as digital items in a Network of networks (NNs). The structure of graph is founded on the keys of “affinity” and “proximity”, it is modifiable according to singular needs and reusable to many different issues. The circulation of resources among the users is reinforced by an original economic paradigm based on a virtual currency, determining self- sustaining.
Category: Social Science

[4] viXra:1309.0124 [pdf] submitted on 2013-09-17 14:06:36

Initial Study for an Urban Agriculture Installation, Modeled on the "Vertical Farm" Typology, Surrounded by Horizontal not Extensive Agricultural Lands

Authors: Giuseppe Laquidara, Marika Mazzi Boém
Comments: 9 Pages.

Tillage is an urban district plantation located inside the city for growing high-quality fruits and vegetables through the use of modern technology (hydroponics, aeroponic, aquaponic, using LED or infrared lamps). Tillage is not a traditional agricultural plantation placed on the outskirts of the city or in the countryside: in TillAge®, the process of cultivation takes place according to the model of the so-called "vertical farm", ie. takes place according to the model of the so-called "vertical farm", ie. using/building structures traditionally used for residential, commercial or business scopes. Depending on the case uses, TillAge® modules (TillA-Module®) can be placed on the roofs of buildings, such as shopping centers or supermarkets. A TillAge® plantation can be realized in ad hoc "buildings" (plant- scrapers), or through the recovery of abandoned buildings TillAge® is the concrete and responsible solution to a dangerously growing trend: the inability, in the short term, to supply of food and water the entire world population.
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[3] viXra:1309.0122 [pdf] submitted on 2013-09-17 14:11:20

Aurosphere Number ZerØ, a Theoretical Semi-Serious Approach to a Socio-Political Constitution of a New "Community", Increased with Genetic Principles of Systematic Ethics

Authors: Giuseppe Laquidara, Jovenal J.
Comments: 6 Pages.

[DRAFT #Ø]. The present theoretical discussion for the establishment of a so called "New Community in a New Town” was architectural prototyped on the political writings published between 24~25 May and 13 June 20051. Among the others, bio-ethical principles are used. They transfer the typical elements of biological ecosystems, the exaptation phenomena, and biological-genetic evolutionary mechanisms and strategies, to the scope of new social networks and human organizations. In today’s review, the original expression of "Communism" has been replaced by the new word "Community”. Although the new "Community" concept yet includes the principle of fairness, this theoretical paper sets out only general rules and laws, without identifying practical requirements, to be dealt with in a separate document.
Category: Social Science

[2] viXra:1309.0121 [pdf] submitted on 2013-09-17 14:14:44

Æurosphere Ecological. How Science of Networks, Information Dynamics and Connectivism Could Help Politics to be More Inclusive, Transparent, Equitable for People, Incorporating Culture and Different Disciplines in the Progressive Stages of Decision Making

Authors: Giuseppe Laquidara, Marika Mazzi Boém, Jovenal J.
Comments: 29 Pages.

A partire dai nostri studi denominati “ThePrimate® - HPW and NNs Ecosystem based on DDC+ classi- fication oriented to singularities” [, (2012)], e “An approach to Filamento” [, (2012)], e da “Æurosphere number zerØ” [J. Jove- nal,, (2005, r.2013)], siamo pervenuti ad un progetto eseguibile per l’adempimento del modello originale della Æurosphere (2005), denominato Æurosphere Ecological, una struttura partecipativa complessa, altamente accessibile, inserita nel tessuto della società civile per raccoglierne le istanze sulla base dei criteri del cd. connectivism, praticabile in tempi rapidi e a costi contenuti, capace di ridurre il distacco tra le organizzazioni governative, politiche ed istituzionali ed i cittadini, ed in grado di aumentare esponenzialmente e in modo variabile/dinamico il reperimento di istanze cd. “marginali” o “invisibili”. Tali istanze [bisogni, necessità, proposte, petizioni, recall, etx.] vengono fatte emergere accrescendone il grado fattoriale di moltiplicazione e adesione da parte di una massa critica di individui e organizzazioni. Il sistema Æurosphere Ecological garantisce un elevato tasso creativo da parte dei membri di una cosiddetta e.democracy, attraverso l’invito alla creazione di modelli- soluzioni originali, immediatamente applicabili alle politiche e alle attività legislative dei governi e dei partiti politici, secondo processi di modeling e analisi quantitativa che rendono le proposte e le leggi che ne scaturiscono altamente leggibili, comprensibili, quantificabili anche in termini comparativi tra distret- ti geografici e geopolitici distanti, e su periodicità long-run.
Category: Social Science

[1] viXra:1309.0098 [pdf] submitted on 2013-09-15 14:26:20

Perception Features of TV Advertising

Authors: Rushchak Ekaterina
Comments: 2 Pages. The article published in PsyNews magazine of Saint Petersburg State University

This article shows differet aspects about perception TV advs between men and women in age since 18 till 25.
Category: Social Science