I am Vasily Yanchilin.
I made a number of discoveries in fundamental physics. You can see them here.
My childhood and school years passed in the Science Town. It is a small suburb of Barnaul, the capital of the Altai region. The town is located on the high picturesque bank of the Ob river.
My friends and I made bows, arrows, spears and played on these cliffs as Indians.
In high school, I was fond of wrestling with sambo, volleyball and chess.
At the age of 13 I became the youngest first-rate chess player in the region, having fulfilled the standard of the 1st adult category at the regional championship of the Voluntary Sports Society “Urozhai”.
I also won my peers at the city competitions “White Rook”.
In the 8th grade I threw chess, because I was carried away by physics thanks to the wonderful teacher Georgy Ivanovich Kuznetsov. When I went to the district, city and regional olympiads, I did not believe that there were tasks that I could not solve. In fact, there were no such tasks.
In the 9th grade I won the regional Olympiad in physics.
I was invited to the Novosibirsk Academgorodok
to study at the Physics and Mathematics School.
I am a pupil of the Physics and Mathematics School of the Novosibirsk Academgorodok. That time was interesting and happy. There were two years before the opening the Light Formula.
In the 10th form I took 1st place at the All-Siberian Olympiad in Physics. It involved not only Siberians, but also schoolchildren from Central Asia and Kazakhstan.
After graduating from the Physics and Mathematics School, I studied at the Physics Department of Novosibirsk State University.
In the second year of university I opened this formula. It shows how the speed of light (c) depends on the gravitational potential (Φ). A detailed story about its opening can be found here. A few months later I discovered the formula for Planck’s constant.
In the 1980s, the postponement was canceled in universities, and all students were summoned to the Soviet Army.
I served in the space troops in the Far East near city Ussuriisk. I transmitted telemetric information about the most significant space events. In particular, I conducted direct reports during the soft landing of space vehicles on the surface of Venus in the framework of the Vega-1 and Vega-2 project.
In the army, I became interested in the origin of the Earth and the planets. I came to the conclusion that the gas-dust cloud from which our solar system is supposed to have formed was strongly elongated due to the rotation of the Galaxy. This was the first step towards understanding that the formation of stars and planetary systems from gas-dust clouds is impossible. Read Stars are not born out of dust!
In Novosibirsk Academgorodok I exchanged rings with my classmate Firyuza. After this event, I not only continued to make discoveries, but also began to talk about them in books.
The first brochures describing my discoveries were published in Novosibirsk.
In the summer of 2000, we visited Moscow, decided to move to Moscow region and moved!
Our son Leonid was born in Moscow region. I wrote several books in which I told about my discoveries: the nature of gravity, the cause of uncertainty in the microcosm, the origin of Life, the origin of galaxies, and many other things.
Firyuza helped me writing books. She inspired me, talked to me about new ideas, printed all my texts in the Word, edited my style, checked the clarity of the presentation and even wrote a popular book about quantum gravity “Beyond the stars. What is outside the Universe edge?”.
I was surprised how much a man could do with the help of a beloved woman!
Some books were re-issued over time.
Some books have been translated into English. Drawings for two books (right) were made by my son Leonid when he was 5 years old.
I got a job in the newspaper of the Russian Academy of Sciences “Search”: http://www.poisknews.ru/
Several times on the instructions of the editorial staff I wrote articles about the Large Hadron Collider, including flying on business trips to CERN and Varna: Elementary exotics.
He also worked as a scientific correspondent in the scientific and information magazine In the world of science. On the instructions of the editorial staff, he wrote the main topics on nanotechnology in medicine, the theory of stellar evolution, the Baikal neutrino telescope.
I collaborated with the metrology journal Measurement World. Especially for the magazine I wrote original articles:
In 2012, we spent our holidays in Egypt on the Red Sea. We really enjoyed! And then the old scheme: they decided to move to Hurghada and moved.
Since 2012 I live with my family on the shore of the Red Sea.
I continue to work as a scientific correspondent in the newspaper of the Russian Academy of Sciences “Search”: http://www.poisknews.ru/
You can ask me questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org