By S.V. Adamenko, F. Selleri, A. van der Merwe

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4, 5]). The core gist of those ideas is as follows. Nonequilibrium processes, instabilities, and fluctuations play the key role in the creation of structures in the material world, and all systems contain subsystems that keep fluctuating. Sometimes, an individual fluctuation may become so strong due to a positive feedback that the existing organization does not survive and is destroyed at a special point called the bifurcation point and reaches a higher level of the ordered organization. Prigogine has called those structures with high degree of order as “dissipative structures”.

Mass) of the particles affected by the dominating impact. It is obvious that if there is no acceleration, then the motion (behavior) of the system will not depend on the inertness or masses of the particles that make up the system. , the inefficient way of action. The physical sense of the dynamic harmonization principle can be reduced to the following. The evolutionary synthesis using an optimal external dominating disturbance (optimal driver) is all about initiating the proper 2 Strictly speaking, not “any” set but that whose elements have a finite inertness (which is small for the dominating disturbance) and can interact through establishing the links of some physical nature and changing the intensity of those links.

As a result of the nonlinear increase in the steepness of the leading edge of this collapsing wave and the increase in the matter density in the wave to the critical point, there is a possibility for the spontaneous start of the collective processes of formation of a macroscopic electron-nucleus structure. In that structure, there are coherent states of interacting particles along the radial coordinate r(t), their states being at the same time strongly correlated (see Ref. 20) in the 2D subspace of angular coordinates ψ, ϕ (the shell surface subspace).

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