Nonlocal Hydrology

Professor Kovalenko, Scientists about my discoveries

In 2010, the publishing house of the Russian State Hydrometeorological University (St. Petersburg) published a scientific monograph by Professor Viktor V. Kovalenko Nonlocal Hydrology. ISBN 978-5-86813-265-0

In a number of pages of this monograph, the author discusses the theory, as well as illustrations of the quantum processes of Vasily Yanchilin. The reference to the monograph of Yanchilin appears in “Nonlocal Hydrology” as [40].

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The pages of the book by Professor Kovalenko with the discussion of the theory by Vasily Yanchilin

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V.V. Kovalenko

Nonlocal hydrology

Russian State Hydrometeorological University

St. Petersburg


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[40] means Yanchilin’s monograph

In a certain sense, new approaches to explaining quantum mechanical phenomena reveals the mystery of mysticism (perhaps in part) [40], which we will use.

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[40] means Yanchilin’s monograph

The conditions under which the basic equation of quantum mechanics appeared [14, 40] are instructive.

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The fixing elements are not only purely material aspects, but also those concepts, the logic that are in the arsenal in a particular situation. To know the world “in general” is impossible, it is necessary to fix a certain piece of reality, and for this it is necessary to expend energy (the subject of cognition does not have enough energy to fix “the world as a whole” as an object of cognition). We should understand Einstein: how could such a modern man in science give an “explanation” to “this is how the world works”. How does it work that way? It was necessary to connect the right brain. We needed a visual image (picture) and V. L. Yanchilin has given it.

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 5.3. The discrete motion of particles and the a “soul” of water

Below, we will give a brief account of the visualization of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics proposed by Yanchilin [40]. He gave a possible explanation of the “blurring” of the quantum object within the cloud, within which |Ψ|2 ≠ 0, with the help of the concept of discrete (discontinuous) motion introduced by him. Let an electron be a particle, but with a very peculiar behavior: it performs “quantum leaps.” The electron appears at some point of the cloud, having a small (in comparison with the light) speed, then disappears (where exactly Yanchilin does not report) and immediately appears at another point, having a different speed, etc. We have, as it were, two time scales. One is “slow”, associated with the evolution of the cloud by the Schrodinger equation; the other is “fast”, connected with the almost instantaneous “probing” of its “area of influence”. Thus, the electron is practically “blurred” within the cloud, each point of which has its own probability density |Ψ|2 of the electron in it. And since the latter in the cloud is different from zero, the electron is immediately everywhere.

In this case, such behavior of the electron does not contradict the theory of relativity, since the latter restricts only the classical speed of the continuous motion of physical objects and does not say anything about the uncertainty that arises in the “discontinuous” motion of an electron. In this sense, continuous motion is the “inhibitory idea” that interfered with the understanding of quantum mechanics. Metaphorically, a virtual cloud can be presented as a nocturnal field with fireflies (in fact, a firefly is one, but it somehow manages to visit a very short time in all points of the field). If somehow “make a measurement” (throw a bottle and get into a firefly), then it freezes (“collapse”), and then continues its “probing reality”, but already with the changed circumstances (New “wave function”). Such an interpretation can explain all the paradoxes of quantum mechanics.

Reduction of the wave Ψ-function. The meaning of reduction is best explained by Fig. 5.2.

The virtual cloud (Figure 5.2, a), in which the electron is “smeared” because of the discreteness of its motion, moves at a velocity v <c and smears (Fig. 5.2, b).

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Electrons having a common wave function penetrate (due to the discreteness of their motion) all the waters of Earth, which explains their surprising properties, which were mentioned in 5.1.

Only this single whole could contribute to the formation of biomass, which, first, represents a single quantum state, and, secondly, “uses” water as an environment in which (by collapse of wave packets [40]) the interference pattern formed by wave packets created by elementary particles of inorganic and organic compounds is materialized.

If the medium (water) were not in a single quantum state, then the probability of ordering the atoms (ie, avalanche-like collapse at the nodes of the interference pattern) leading to the appearance of a living one would be very small. To connect elements dissolved in water (it is one of the best solvents), the latter must be in a state of “soup”. In this case, the interaction of elements will be determined not only by themselves and the surrounding environment, but also by what happens in the entire volume of water.

The quantum state of water as a whole should not be collapsed; otherwise biomass will also “feel” it. Consequently, water is the guarantor of life (at least, those of its forms that have developed on Earth). And what is the guarantor of the mind? Biomass: a person is so intelligent because his brain (consisting of 80% of water) is controlled by the quantum state of the entire biomass [40], ie, information obtained for the entire prehistory. (It is not clear yet, who or what controls the creative activity of man. It is hardly guaranteed by previous information, otherwise it is not creativity anymore.)

We can ask: what would happen to one surviving person if the whole biomass on Earth was lost as a result of the catastrophe? Proceeding from the logic of reasoning stated, the answer is the following: he would instantly perish, because he is alive as long as there is a nonlocal connection “inside” the biomass.

And what will happen to the river if the water cycle in nature disappears? It will disappear. How can it live without a “soul” created by a single quantum state of water? This cycle can only be in a nonlocal world.

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  1. Yanchilin VL. Logic of the quantum world and the origin of life on Earth. –

2nd ed.. – M.: New Center, 2007. – 151 p.

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