Global Ecology

Bugayev, Scientists about my discoveries

In 2010, the publishing house SPD Pavlenko (Ukraine) published a book by Alexander Bugaev Global Ecology, ISBN 978-966-2370-00-3. In this book, the author discusses the ideas of Vasily Yanchilin.

The book  by Alexander Bugaev contains reviews of scientists:

  1. G.S. Tesler, Chief Researcher of the Institute of Mathematical Machines and Systems Problems of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Doctor of Technical Sciences
  2. G.N. Bakhishchev, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor

About the author:

Link to the author: http://www.trinitas.ru/eng/doc/avtr/01/1522-00.htm

Researcher, Institute of Problems of Modeling in Power Engineering named after G.E.Pukhov of NAS of Ukraine, Kiev. bugaev@ua.fm

Download a part of the book with pages on which the ideas of Vasily Yanchilin are discussed (in Russian):

Глобальная экология страницы с упоминанием теории Янчилина

Title page of the book:

Alexander Bugayev


Kiev 2010

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Global ecology: Conceptual framework:

Publishing house SPD Pavlenko, 2010. – 496 p.

ISBN 978-966-2370-00-3

УДК 113/119

ББК 87

ISBN 978-966-2370-00-3

© Alexander Bugaev, 2009

© Design: Victoria and Vadim Pavlenko, 2009

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Translation of the pages with the discussion of Vasily Yanchilin’s ideas from Russian to English

Page 140

Further there are absurdity, illogicality, and incoherence with facts in cosmology. When an unprejudiced physicist from other brunch of science begins to be interested in the origin of galaxies and stars, he is shocked: “The erupting hypothesis of the origin of spiral arms seems so simple and natural that I immediately believed in it, although it was contrary to everything I read about the origin of galaxies… Is it possible that all modern theories of the origin of galaxies are fundamentally wrong? In fact, it turns out that galaxies are formed not as a result of gravitational compression of discharged gas masses, but as a result of eruptive processors in its core: a super dense substance is thrown out of a nucleus of a galaxy, which then decomposes into stars and gas.

Why do cosmologists for decades develop incorrect theories about the origin of galaxies and do not notice the obvious truth? They did not see pictures of galaxies? I was in bewilderment and confusion” [Yanchilin, pp. 7-8].

Of course, they have seen it, dear Vasily Leonidovich! But they do this for the following reasons: 1) ignorance of logic and inability to think – once around a star (galaxy) there is a gas cloud, it means it was formed from a cloud! Cause and effect are rearranged; 2) ignoring or not knowing the facts – gravity cannot create a spin! 3) You specify the third reason: “The basic postulate of the new cosmogony concept is a hypothesis of super dense, massive bodies, and according to the general theory of relativity such bodies must be black holes and, therefore, cannot decay into parts” [Yanchilin, p. 49].

Page 186

There is a large-scale flow of galaxies, “It turned out that not only our local group of galaxies and the small groups that are closest to it, but the entire local super cluster of galaxies, including a giant cluster in the constellation of the Virgin, moves at a great speed relative to the microwave background… towards the next in remoteness supercluster located in the constellation of Hydra and Centaurus… (which) itself moves relative to the microwave background at a speed even greater than the speed of the Local Group, and therefore is not suitable for the role of the Great Attractor. In addition, it was found that other superclusters located in the area of hundreds of light years also move at a high velocity relative to the microwave background in approximately the same direction” [Yanchilin, p. 170-171];

Emissions from the nuclei of galaxies form satellites of galaxies, as evidenced by trains of gas and stars from the nuclei to satellites (example is the galaxy M51 – Whirlpool);

“The Milky Way and the Andromeda Nebula revolve in almost the same plane, but in opposite directions, and this also indicates their common origin” [Yanchilin, p.124];

The Hubble Paradox. “In the nearest neighborhood of our Galaxy, in a volume with a radius of 20 Mpc, there is no uniformity in the distribution of matter. In the world of galaxies, this property is observed only on a scale of 300 million light years and more… How can a regular cosmological expansion flow with a linear velocity dependence on distance under such conditions be possible? It remains only to ask: does the discovery of Hubble have anything to do with cosmology? But what is most striking, for these global cosmological scales, the Hubble constant has almost the same numerical value as in the local volume up to distances of only 10-20 Mpc.

Page 187

The general pattern of the expansion looks as if the global cosmological flux really began right near us and, extending further to the horizon of the world, preserved its kinematic identity everywhere. How can this be? Such is the riddle that exists in cosmology since the Hubble times” [quote by Yanchilin, p. 124];

Page 194

The Sun and planets arose as a result of decompression of pre-stellar superdense material (VA. Ambartsumian and his school, VL. Yanchilin);

Page 206


Yanchilin VL. Erupting Universe. How galaxies were formed and why they revolve? – Moscow: New Center, 2006. – 223 p.

Page 469


Yanchilin VL. Gravitation and Quantum Mechanics. – Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk State University, 2001. – 84 p.

Page 470


Yanchilin VL. The Quantum Theory of Gravitation. M .: Editorial URSS, 2002. – 256 p.

Yanchilin VL. Uncertainty, Gravitation, Space. – Moscow: Editorial URSS, 2003. – 248 p.

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