Editor M.M. Lavrentiev -
Sobolev's Institute of Mathematics
Siberian Department of Russien Academy of Sciences

M.M.Lavrentiev about the conference

2. Physical concepts presented for discution at the Conference STP-2000, their interconection, achievements, and perspectives.

2.1. M.Gryziński's atomic physics

Undoubtedly, the deterministic atomic physics, originated by M. Gryzinski, is rightfully at the center of attention of our Conference. This is so because, firstly, the spatial-temporal concepts associated with the microworld are most essential for developing a physical aspect of the World of events of complex systems and, secondaly, because the history of this fundamental physical theory is remarkably instructive. It so happenes that as early as in 1965, Professor M.Gryzinski, who is internationally renowned for his universally recognized outstanding achievements in nuclear physics in his capacity as an active supervisor of the Polish National Program "Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion", proposed a deterministic atomic model (10). His idea about electron's precessing spin* resulted in the conclusion that classical dynamics using Coulomb's law succesfully and in full agreement with experiments describes phenomena occurring in the world of atoms and thet electrons in an atom in the ground state move radially. Thus, the picture that an electronexists as a cloud of the Psi-function, which has been generally accepted in physics for as long as seventy years, is in fact an inadequate, erroneous conception.

In his three reports "On the nature of the atom", M.Gryziński will tell in detail that his atomic model(he calls it the free-fall atomic model), which was developed on the basis of ezperimental data on nuclear collisions and in which alectrons are positioned symmetrically around the nuclears and move co-operatively along radial (almost radial) trajectories, describes correctly all the main properites of atoms.

Comparisons of theoretical calculations with ezperimental data for a broad range of energies and for various experiments (11-13) have shown that classical dynamics does indeed work in the microworld as well, adn that the electron moving radially in the Coulomb field of a nucleus should be treated as a physical reality**.It follows therefore that the well-known correspondence principle, which was introducent by N.Bohr and which states that classical mechanics is inapplicable in the world ofatoms where a fundamentally different mechanics, quantum mechanics, mus be used, turns out be a unnatural, erroneous idea.

As is known, in the literature as well as scientific circles, there exists a firm and long-establishedconviction that the agreement between quantum-mechanical theoretical predictions and experimental data is "impeccable". However, atter an in-depth investigation of the origins of this conwiction, M. Gryzinski promptly discovered unquestionable facts of a large-scale disregard and hushing up of the trueand rather unheathly state of affairs, which he reported in his brochure "True and False Achievements of Modern Physics". Most likely, the motivations for such a scientific policy are different from the motivations for the well-known scientific crimes of Claudius Ptolemy (see the book "The Crime of Claudius Ptolemy". by R.R.Newton(15)), and yet, willy-nilly, one must acknowledge the existance of a strong "corporate"scientific bias, possibly even incompetence or falsification. One should not be surprised therefore that the exellent adequacy of Gryzinski's atomic physics to the physical reality, wchich is convincingly manifested by:

  • the required agreement between theoretical calculations and numerous well-known experimental data pertaining to atomic phenomena (without any adjustment of parameters!), see(14);

  • the creation of a dynamical theory of molecular bonds, see(16);

  • an explantation of the Van der Waals forces and of the Ramsauer effect by the asymmetry and oscillations of the atomic electrical field (17);

  • the resolution of the mystery of the 'corpuscular-wave dualism', theraby revealing the actual physical significance of the electron's 'wave nature', see (14);

  • a possibility to compute correctly physical characteristics of solid bodies over the entire Mendeleev table, see (14);
was summarily ignored by law-makers of the adaptive modeling in quantum mechanics... Nonc of them appeared capable of saying inthe Aristotele's manner:"Amictus Quantum mechanics, sed magis amica est veritas" and be overjoyed by thecrestion of an actually adequate atomic mechanics, whose gnoseological significance can hardly be overstaded.
The veil of the Psi-function was stripped from the atom, and the world of the atom's electrons, extremely ordered and co-ordinated in time and space has appeared before us. Gryzinski's concept of atomic physics will undoubtedly exert influence on the general formulations of particle physics and on specificinvestigations. At this time one can see in it a theoretical foundation for explaining the wonderful university of the Huygens's resonance synchronization principle. This principle is used by F.A.Gareev as the basic for his physical model of the unity and harmony in the Nature. Ignoring actually from the very beginning the quantum mechanical principle of correspondence and operating with classical concepts, Gareev hasalready obtained a number of interesting and novel results concerning theproperities of matter in micro- and macrosystems, see, e.g.(18). The order and co-ordination in the atomic world and the properities of this world discovered by Gryzinski harmonize with the picture of the inner world of stars revealed half a century ago by the discoveries of N.A.Kozyrev (19,20).
Taking into account that the List of "especially important and interesting problems" of physics and astrophysics of tha XXIst century compiled by V.L.Ginzburg (21) does not contain problems connected with the birth of stars and with the nature of the stellar energy, witch cannot be considered solved, the next importand topic of our Conference is the discussion of N.AA.Kozyrev's works (19,20) dealing with the setting and the study of the problems of the internal structure of the stars and of the nature of the steller energy.