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  • ...'''T'''ools for '''O'''utstanding '''R'''esearch and '''I'''nvestigation. (Russian transliteration: [[ТОРИ]].) D.Kouznetsov. TORI axioms and the applications in physics. Journal of Modern Physics, 2013, v.4, p.1151-1156.
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  • ...<$ $b$ то $b>a$, <!-- This line caused problems; so, such a strange form in necessary !--> [[Category:Articles in Russian]]
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  • ...mydns.jp/PAPERS/2013jmp.pdf D.Kouznetsov. TORI axioms and the applications in physics. Journal of Modern Physics, 2013, v.4, p.1151-1156. ...ецов. Суперфункции. Lambert Academic Publishing, 2014. (In Russian).
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  • '''S2. Verifiability''': In the terms of the already accepted concepts, some specific experiment with s '''S3. Refutability''': In the terms of the concept, some specific experiment with some specific resul
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  • Mainichi. Table of contamination for 2011 March 14–21. (In Japanese)</ref>]] ... of contamination. Newton Graphic Science Magazine, 2011, issue 7, p. 27. (In Japanese)</ref>]]
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  • ...сположение реакторов. Медлить нельзя. (in Russian) Until the [[Fucushima catastrophe]] (2011 March 11-April) many people in the Fukushima prefecture believed that the reactors are safe.
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  • ...in ([[Pripiat]], now Ukraine). It is considered the worst nuclear accident in the history of human civilization. B.F.Myasoedov1, A.P.Novikov. Main sources of radioactive contamination in Russia and methods for their determination and speciation.
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  • [[File:Tetreal2215.jpg|400px|thumb|$f={\rm tet}_b(x)$ in the $x,b~$ plane shown with levels $f= \rm const$.]] !--> '''Tetration''' (or Tetrational) ${\rm tet}_b$ to base $b \in \mathbb R$, $b\!>1$<br>
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  • ...clear reactors in Japan in 2011 March. Some of these links are used in the articles [[Russia used the nuclear weapon in 2011]],<br>
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  • ...apping refers to the representation of bi-dimesional objects, for example, in [[topography]], the surface of the Earth (or that of another planet) is map In [[genetics]], '''mapping''' refer to the single-dimensional distribution
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  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/russian/sci/tech/newsid_7418000/7418039.stm Россия запустила спу [[IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics]],
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  • The religious nature of the Russian marxism. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 8, No. 1, Spri <!-- D.Kouznetsov. Place of science and physics in the human knowledge. Physics-Uspekhi, v.181, Trubune, p.1-9 (2010-2011)!-->
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  • ...t levels approaching those seen in the aftermath of the Chernobyl accident in 1986. Austrian researchers have used a worldwide network of radiation detec ...sed large amounts of many radioactive materials, including fuel particles, in smoke. At Fukushima Daiichi, only the volatile elements, such as iodine and
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  • ...t levels approaching those seen in the aftermath of the Chernobyl accident in 1986. Austrian researchers have used a worldwide network of radiation detec ...sed large amounts of many radioactive materials, including fuel particles, in smoke. At Fukushima Daiichi, only the volatile elements, such as iodine and
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  • ...ler. This article suggests a hypothesis to explain the strong disagreement in the estimates. ''Russian goverment wage a nuclear war against Japan''. The cplleagues are invited to
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  • ...aps of contamination of the area with unstable isotopes were not published in web (making similarity with the [[Chernobyl disaster]])? ...nd reactors are safer than those above the ground. The idea is pretty old. In century 20, Nobelist Andrew Sakharov had expressed his opinion, that the re
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  • ... mass Lenins falls and why in the Kremlin resent decommunisation conducted in Ukraine. ...lon.law.yale.edu/subject_menus/nazsov.asp Nazi-Soviet Relations 1939-1941 (In English)</ref><ref name="gestaponkvd">
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  • ...concept prepared by [[Vladimir Milov]] and [[Boris Nemtsov]]. It is placed in [[TORI]] with [[Science|scientific]] purposes. ...ing the same phenomena (for example, the appearance of publications cited) in a different way, should be greatly appreciated.
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  • http://lawandorderinrussia.org/2011/magnitsky-act-reintroduced-and-expanded-in-the-us-congress/ ...er Bastrykin; Chair of the Moscow City Court Olga Egorova; and Head of the Russian Interior Ministry’s Information Department, Irina Dudukina.</i>
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  • ...ually the term applies to the relaxation processes in the nuclear waste or in the nuclear reactors after the shutting down. http://decay-heat.tripod.com/ Nusbaumer. Decay heat in the nuclear reactors.</ref>.
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