Our position

Question. What prospects would Nicolaus Copernicus have if he decided to apply to the Ptolemy Academy for a review of the heliocentric system of the world he created? Frankly – unenviable!

Our time is not much different from the Middle Ages. In the third millennium, the inquisition in science not only exists, but thrives! But the saddest thing is that in inquisitors hands are unlimited possibilities to manipulate the “truth”. Inquisitors in various ways impose false messages to the scientific community and recommend that they be considered the ultimate truth. As for the Truth, it only remains to observe in silence and even if they suddenly begin to trample it, it will still remain the Truth.

There is such a thing as – fundamental research. It is here that the vector of its development is formed. But what is this vector? In what direction is it directed? It all depends on the status in society. If science, as a subsystem, serves the system, and the system does not have a clear idea of its purpose, then science – no more than “errand boy”, i.e. – what do you want, sir?!

But how should it be ideally? What should be the purpose of fundamental research?

Our planet is in space, and space is far from a safe place to live. It follows that:

Fundamental research is obliged to provide mankind with such knowledge about the world that allows it to survive in space under any circumstances, even if the planet is lost.

But in order to survive in space, it is necessary to possess at least ways of obtaining energy and moving in space that do not need traditional resources. In space there are no filling stations, and therefore rocket methods of obtaining the propulsive force are obviously unsuitable for long-term survival.

Question: is it possible to move in space without expelling the working mass, i.e. – in a non-rocket way? Yes, it is possible, and for the implementation we have an experimental base! We consider this direction to be the key one in our activity.

All our research is based on a new promising scientific direction called Rhythmodynamics. This scientific direction allows to open new experimental horizons for researchers.

You can also find other areas of interest to us in the section “Projects”.

We conduct independent research and our activities are in no way connected with the state and its controlled structures. We have identified the countries with which mutually beneficial cooperation is possible: Iran, USA, Germany.

Meet our team

Head of Neila Technology

Vladimir Stepanov

Head of IT Department

Yuri N. Ivanov

Scientific Supervisor, D.Sc.

Maxim Bronevsky

PR Deputy Director

Dmitri Kozhevnikov

Head of Laboratory

Alexander Nemkov

Senior Laboratory Assistant

Main projects

Non-rocket way of getting the propulsive force to move in space

Development of a non-rocket method for obtaining a propulsive force for moving in space and near-earth space.

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The way of navigation without using GPS, GLONASS and mobile networks

Conducting research and further development and creation of a navigation device that does not require GPS, GLONASS or mobile communication for navigating.

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