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LEONID G. KREIDIK is a physicist-theorist, mathematician, and philosopher. His scientific interest, past and present, deals mainly with the analysis of the groundwork of physics on the basis of world achievments in Philosophy, Logic, system analysis and modern computer technologies. His entire faithfulness to the fundamental science ever since his graduation from the Physics Department in 1955 led him to the mathematically strict solutions of general physics fundamentals not published before 1995. His ideas has not been coincided to the official philosophy at that time. He has predicted, many years ago, possibilities of the nuclear catastrophes paying attention to the famous scientists at the nuclear technology defects. He has announced about it, before the Chernobyl disaster, in the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna to Academician George Fliorov and Nobel Prize winner Igor Tamm in 1970.

In 1969, in Byelorussian Polytechnic Institute (Minsk), he presented a work "Complex logic and axiomatics of physics", where fundamentals of general theory of potential-kinetic field were stated. These allowed solving a problem of intratomic structure of space. In this work, first in science, a theoretical periodic law of the elements of Mendeleev's table was given. In 1972, at the XXVIII scientific-technical conference in Byelorussian Polytechnic Institute (Minsk),he presented a report "The law of disposition of orbits-shells of satellites, planets,

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and stars". In 1974, at the XXX scientific-technical conference in the same place, he gave a talk on "Ancient metrology and elementary particles".

L.G. Kreidik is an originator of the binary numbers mathematics, reflecting the dialectical symmetry of properties of objects and processes in nature. He developed foundations of mathematical dialectics (philosophy and logic), solved fundamental problems of the physical metric, introduced notions on the first and second kinds laws, discovered the fundamental period of the wave numerical field, connected with the "magic" units of length, mass, and time.

He gave a consequent theory of the internal structure of an atom, on the basis of which the theoretical law of the elements was obtained, which completely corresponds to quasiperiodical properties of atoms. He first, in the language of the wave theory, considered the transfer phenomena and proposed the wave coefficients of diffusion, internal friction, thermoconductivity and the temperature coefficients of linear and volumetric expansion.

He proposed the theoretical formula for masses of microparticles and for the electron charge. It allowed determining the true measure of the electron charge and the fundamental frequency of the "electrostatic field", whose waves (lying in the exafrequency region) are proven to be true experimentally.

He argued the groundlessness of electron's spin hypothesis and showed that the ratio of electon's orbital moment to its moment of momentum on the orbit exactly corresponds to the experiment.

He gave the theoretical justification of the correct form of the law of gravity and obtained the theoretical formula of the gravitational constant, which defines the fundamental wave radius of gravitation. On this basis, he solved the problem of gravitational wave planetary shells of the Sun.

He stated the consequent theory of absolute-relative motion and showed that the speed of light is the absolute speed of the electromagnetic wave having no relation to relativity theory. He showed that the so-called dependence of mass on speed does not correspond to reality and only formally touches upon processes related to big speeds that clearly was demonstrated in Kauffman's experiments described on the basis of the wave theory.

He put foundations of the general theory of the potential-kinetic field of matter-space-time.

L.G. Kreidik the author of three books: "Alternative Picture of the World" V. 1-3 (158, 164, 186 pages) (1996); "Foundation of Physics: 13.644... Collected Papers", 272 pages (1998); and "Atomic Structure of Matter-Space", 604 pages (2001).The interpreter-co-author of the English variant of the books G. P. Shpenkov.

L.G. Kreidik the author and editor of the internet journal - "Journal of theoretical Dialectics-Physics-Mathematics".

The reports at the international conferences:

CONTACT'95, A General Scientific-Technological Session, 1995, Sofia, Bulgaria:

The Material-Ideal Numerical Field;

ECM-17 Seventeenth European Crystallographic Meeting, I.S.T. Lisboa, Portugal, 1997:

Crystal Structure "Genetic Code";

ECM-18 Eighteenth European Crystallographic Meeting, Praha, Czech Republic, 1998:

Theoretical Prediction of Molecular and Crystal Structures;

ICAP, Sixteenth International Conference on Atomic Physics, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, 1998:

D 77: Basic Characteristic of the Atomic Space Wave,

D 78: Nonconventional Solutions for Spectra of Atoms,

D 79: Particle and Wave Scatteing on the Nodal Neutrons of Atoms;

PAIDEIA, Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy, Copley Place, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 1998:

Sect Logic and Philosophy of Logic:

Philosophy and the Language of Dialectics and the Algebra of Dialectical Judgments;

Sect Philosophy of Mathemaics:

Philosophy of Material-ideal Numerical Field;

Sect Philosophy of Science:

Philosophy of Contents-Form and Coulomb's Law;

International Union of Crystallography XVIII Congress and General Assambly, 1999, Glasgow, Scotland, UK:

A Wave Field of Probability and the form of Crystals;

Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Intermolecular Interactions in Matter (IIM-5):

Nucleon Shells of the Atom and the Structure of Molecules (Chemistry of Nucleon Bonds);

International Conference: 50 YEARS OF THE NUCLEAR SHELL MODEL, Present state and future trends, University of Heidelberg, 1999, Germany:

The shell of Structure of Matter Spaces;

XXXI Symposium on Matematical Physics, 1999, Poland:

A Wave Field of Probability and the Structure of Matter.

Dialectical Academy, Russia-Belarus
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