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Besik Luarsabovich Solomonashvili – Russian-Georgian sculptor-artist. His surname is interpreted as “Solomon’s son”, which sounds like the refer to the myths about the wise Tsar.  In fact, they really do have something in common: the sculptor is not too extravagant with the unnecessary words, but he is able to realize his thoughts and ideas in a laconic way turning them into another wonderful piece of art.

Besik Luarsabovich Solomonashvili was born on the 24th of December in 1967 in Tbilisi, Georgia. As a child, he was really fond of art, namely from the first visit to the State Fine Arts Museum with his father. The little boy was so amazed that he couldn’t take his eyes off exhibits and was under impression for a long time. That is why Besik’s choice fell on Art school, and after that, he successfully got into Tbilisi Art Academy. After its graduation there was a watershed meeting with the world-famous sculptor-artist, Zurab Konstantinovich Tsereteli, the President of the Russian Academy of Arts, and their creative union still exists.

Under the guidance of Zurab Konstantinovich a great variety of projects was created both for Russia and for the West. To the most famous works we can list the reliefs of the Saint on the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour (Moscow), the monument “Nations Tragedy” dedicated to the Holocaust victims (Moscow), the monument to Peter the Great (Moscow),  the monument “Tear of Grief” dedicated to the victims of the terror attracts on September 11 (New York), the monument to the Beslan Massacre (Moscow). The author is always full of ideas, and there are many incomparable, brilliant projects in the future.

The artists’ creative work is rich in the image of a horse. “A horse is just like Georgia: torn apart, but still breathes” – Besik shares his point of view. His creative work is open to the people of all the cultures and nationalities: Besik is sure that “culture is cosmopolitan, and it cannot be placed into any the frameworks”.

The harmony between a woman and a man is another topic in Besik’s Solomonashvili works. The sculptures “Spirit, soul and body”, “Winged man and woman”, “Wanderers” are the outstanding examples of the harmony that is hidden in the united man and woman energy.  Besik’s Solomonashvili is orthodox, and he sets a high value on the traditional family lifestyle.

According to his opinion, a man and a woman are endowed by God with different but both significant high missions: a woman fulfills the space, and a man creates and gives it its direction. The true recognition of the mission creates harmony in the family, on which the whole world is still standing.

“I agree that today technologies develop very rapidly. The Real world is replaced by the virtual one, and this means betrayal of the real, true world, and everything that comes deep from our hearts” – thinks Besik Solomonashvili. The sculptor makes up for it with his creative work, namely what the humanity has lost in the endless technocratic modern rat race, and gives people the chance to see the true beauty of the world.

Besik Luarsabovich Solomonashvili – sculptor-artist, honored participant of the Russian Academy of Arts and the Artist Union of the Russian Federation, CEO of the industrial sculpture enterprise “Monumentskulptura”, Vice-rector of the International Art Academy, Prize Winner of the International Art Aeropagus “Apollo” International Contest in the category “Modern Architecture and Sculpture Aspects” (APOLLO-UNESCO), PhD in Arts (International University of Fundamental Studies).

Written by: Yuliya Andreevna Kalko

Journalist, translator

Master of Economics (IUFS)


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  • Federation of Cosmonautics of Russia (FCR, Moscow)
  • International University of Fundamental Studies (IUFS, St. Petersburg)



Borovkov E.I., Professor    Kovalyonok V.V., Genera, Cosmonauts      Shanti P. Jayasekara, Professor


Scientists around the world are convinced that the cosmos – a system with a self-organizing structure, which constantly affects the Earth through the Sun and other planets. In general, under this formulation of the problem science has established the following physical data not only on the age of the Sun and the Earth (15-20 billion years and 4.5 billion years, respectively), but also on other related issues.

There is detailed information concerning the age of the Earth, that is equal to 4.54 billion years, with an accuracy of ± 1% [1], but the age of mankind is not known to the science today.

Most recently, Canadian researchers have found a lake of an age of 2.4 billion years at a depth of 2.4 kilometers, using as “time indicators” xenon isotopes [2].

Scientists logically claim that in ancient times the Earth’s atmosphere contained more xenon isotopes than at present [2], but there is no answer to the questions: How did the air atmosphere form and what is in effect the time on the Earth and other planets in the Solar system?

How the Earth air atmosphere was formed and what its chemical formula is, is now known, discovered by Russian scientists, and is given in the form of N4O, under control of E.I. Borovkov. For the first time this has been done in the report by Shanti P. Jayasekara on April 8-9, 2005 on board the barque “Sedov” (Naval Station. St. Petersburg), which the International Symposium took place – press conference “Noospheric innovation in culture, education, science, technology, health care”.

After that Shanti P. Jayasekara noted that: “The impetus for the development of the chemical formula of atmospheric air N4O was the discovery in the Space by Italian scientists unstable 4-atomic oxygen (O4) and nitrogen (N4) compounds”. These and related issues were discussed at the IUFS Academic Council and the International conferences FCR.

On the question of what, in essence, the time is, a specialist in quantum mechanics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Seth Lloyd replied [3]: “Usually scientists say that to assess the state of a system you must not only know the laws of physics, but also determine the initial and final conditions in which it resides”.

The great Isaac Newton wrote that [3]: “Absolute, true, and mathematically exact time flows evenly without respect to anything external”.

A.Einstein proved that time is a part of a life of the Universe. Russian scientists have attempted to show that time is a part of life in a particular system “The Earth – the Sun”.

We consider it necessary to offer a solution to the problem: how and over what period the Sun was forming in the interpretation of management of A.Einstein’s relativity theory, having made the appropriate calculations [4]:

W = ∆m ∙ S2 or


where: W – total solar radiation energy, which is equal to 4,0 · 1026 J;

Δm – a mass defect of the Sun particles (kg), formed within its spherical volume, that is associated with the synthesis of hydrogen isotopes and the generation of helium as the proton-protonic nuclear reactions;

S – a spreading rate of propagation of transparent quanta of the Sun light rays, equal to 3∙108 m/s;

s – a second.

Looking at these formulae, contrary to Newton’s conviction , our regular clock do not measure the process that proceeded independently of the Universe, that is, they do not measure the time, but the movement of arrows! [3]. The authors are aware that this statement is not strictly defined and standardized terminological definition and there is no such up to the resent times. However, this does not prevent astronomical calculations and physical processes on the example of uterine development of the chief representative of the Solar system in the Space – the Sun.

We present the corresponding calculations [4]:

  1. Let us define a whole defect of the masses of the Sun particles, formed during a cryo-nuclear synthesis in a second (s):


  1. The movement of matter and energy from the solar surface occurs at

t = -273,15° C under conditions of absolute vacuum with non-stop emission of transparent quanta photons of the Sunlight. The spectrograph IRIS, launched on June 27, 2013 is supposed to show that there can not be a temperature of about 6000 K (5727 °C) on the solar surface, as there can not be an increase in the temperature on the Sun up to 1 million K (999 700 °C) [5], too.

2 . The IRIS apparatus has a length of 1.2 meters and a weight of 204 kilos, which while observing the luminary and revolving around the Earth at an altitude of 650 kilometers, has to answer questions: why solar activity has a direct impact on the Earth’s climate and the state of Space around it [6].

  1. Let us define the length of time spent (accumulation) of the particles inside the Sun, connected with the cryo-nuclear synthesis of protons:

where: mc – a critical mass of the Sun, which was formed in Space of 2·1030 kg at the time of the flash of the Sun, not the Big Bang that led to the formation of the Universe [according to George Antonovich (George) Gamov].

  1. Let us define the time in seconds for the TD, accounting for one Earth day (24 hours):

ТE= 24 · 3600 = 86400 s.

  1. Let us define the number of seconds per one Earth year (TY), consisting of 365.25 days:

ТY = ТE · 365,25 = 86400 · 365,25 = 3,1556 · 107 S

  1. Let us define the total time (TCR) the formation of a critical mass of the Sun (TS) equal to 2·1030 kg :


  1. Thus, the Sun, being under in the uterine development of 1,44 ·1013 years, has accumulated a critical mass of 2·1030 kg in order to form its optical radiative system of transparent light quanta, representing physically and intuitively, the principle of self-organizing creation in Space.
  2. The calculations on the formation of the Sun in relation to the Solar system formation, for example, in relation to the Earth, indicate that there may be similar Suns in the real Universe, too. It is the present times when Solar-type systems with eco-earths are found there.



  1. Cherry Lewis. Age of the Earth // “Science in Focus № 02 (015), February 2013, p. 38-43.
  2. Sergei Demenko. Drilled to sensation // “Russian newspaper” № 113 (6089), 29 May 2013, p. 12.
  3. Gennady Lisov. Does the time exist? // “Secrets of the twentieth century” № 3, January 2009, p. 4-5.
  4. Borovkov E.I., Solodov V.V., Kovalenok V.V., Galtsev Y.V., Vinogradov S.A., Shiryaev G.V., Lukoyanov V.V. etc. How the Light develops, or to the question of the metric of the Sun // “Anomaly” № 11 (501), 2012, p. 4.
  5. Maria Makarova. A little bird // “St. Petersburg Bulletin” № 13 (5289), January 24, 2013.
  6. REYTERS. Great Britain. The NASA telescope will reveal the mystery of the Sun // “The Neva times” № 115 (5329), June 29, 2013.


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