World as a metaphysical metaphor

Butkov, Scientists about my discoveries

In 2009, the publishing house “Rostizdat” published a book by Vladimir Butkov “World as a metaphysical metaphor”. In his book, the author refers to the theory by Vasily Yanchilin.

ISBN 978-5-7509-1249-3

About the author:

Vladimir Butkov is an engineer, 30 years worked in the Communications Research Institute. During 10 years he was a head of the research sector.

Download a book in Russian:

Мир как метафизическая метафора

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The pages of the book, in which the author refers to the theory by Vasily Yanchilin:

Page 23:

However, fortunately, not everyone is comfortable with this understanding of the subject. Let us turn to the book by Yanchilin [7]. Here, for the first time, the idea is consistently explained that many paradoxes of quantum mechanics are “created” by a person and by his misunderstanding of the discrete nature of motion. In particular, without mentioning the term “renovation” (as well as “isotachia” and “kekinem”), the author convincingly shows: no particle-cloud exists, but there exists a region of space where it (say, electron) disappears at one point and the same particle appears at the other point which of course has the same stable nature (configuration). In other words, Yanchilin describes the property of the renovation of a discrete space in the same way as Aristotle understood it.


Page 24:

But if Aristotle’s consideration had the character of passing into the paradoxes of discrete space (motion), the modern physics returns for the electron its physical meaning, saving it from the paradoxes of continual thinking. Indeed, allowing the particle to alternately disappear and arise in the region defined by the wave equation:

  1. We can now “give” the particle a reality, a completely certain stable configuration and size, and – it is terrible to think – we can even offer certain of its physical models.
  2. For the first time, we can consider the quantum-mechanical description of physical reality to be complete.

3. In other words, the discreteness of motion and, as a consequence, the property of renovation, makes it possible to understand why neither the corpuscular-wave dualism nor the non-locality of the field is paradoxical [7, p.89-115].




  1. Yanchilin V.L. Logic of the quantum world. M., “New Center”, 2007 (in Russian).



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