Viva Di Bartini: Eleven New Laws of Conservation Expanding Physics for Global Strategic Management and Strategic Development

Andrei G. Aleinikov, David A. Smarsh

Abstract


This article illustrates how 11 new Laws of Conservation (Aleinikov, 2004, 2005, 2007a,b,c,d,e; Aleinikov & Smarsh, 2007, 2009a, 2009b, 2011; Aleinikov & McFarland, 2008a, 2008b, 2009) expand the Bartini/Kuznetsov LT system of interpretation of laws of physics (Bartini, 1965, 1966, 2005; Kuznetsov & Bolshakov, 2000), thus expanding the physics and strategic management horizons. The new laws are described, explained, and, in some cases, shown in their application to real world problems, including outer space research and global strategic management issues. However, the main contribution of these discoveries is certainly the opening of new horizons for scientific research – the global strategic development of science. In the history of science, these new laws represent an opportunity for a heuristic leap. While in old times, it took about 50-100 years to discover one new law of conservation, the new approach offered by Robert Oros di Bartini and implemented by our research group, allowed us to discover 11 new laws of conservation within five years. It means 100 times acceleration! That's why this article is titled “Viva di Bartini!” It emphasizes the contribution of the great engineer and scientist, named a “prescient genius” by press, to the strategic development of science, including the first in the world MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR LAWS OF CONSERVATION that led to a revolutionary leap in developing new laws and new sciences, including the science of genius – Geniusology, first mentioned in 2003, published in 2004, as described in (Aleinikov, 2013a).


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/bms.v11i1.16505

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