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82, 888 (1999).

[Dzuba6talk.2] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, J, K. Webb, PRA 59, 230 (1999).

[Dzuba6talk.3] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA 61, 034502 (2000).

[Dzuba6talk.4] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, M. T. Murphy, J, K. Webb, LNP 570, 564 (2001).

[Dzuba6talk.5] J. K. Webb et al , PRL 87, 091301 (2001).

[Dzuba6talk.6] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, M. T. Murphy, J, K. Webb, PRA 63, 042509 (2001).

[Dzuba6talk.7] M. M. Murphy et al, MNRAS, 327, 1208 (2001).

[Dzuba6talk.8] V. A. Dzuba et al, PRA, 66, 022501 (2002).

[Dzuba6talk.9] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, M. V. Marchenko, PRA 68, 022506 (2003).

[Dzuba6talk.10] E. J. Angstmann, V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA 70, 014102 (2004).

[Dzuba6talk.11] J. C. Berengut et al, PRA 70, 064101 (2004).

[Dzuba6talk.12] M. M. Murphy et al, LNP, 648, 131 (2004).

[Dzuba6talk.13] V. A. Dzuba, PRA, 71, 032512 (2005).

[Dzuba6talk.14] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA, 71, 052509 (2005).

[Dzuba6talk.15] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA, 72, 052514 (2005).

[Dzuba6talk.16] V. A. Dzuba, PRA, 71, 062501 (2005).

[Dzuba6talk.17] S. G. Karshenboim et al, physics/0511180.

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[Dzuba thesis 1990] Thesis of Dr Vladimir A. Dzuba, Novosibirsk, 1990.

[FT1] V. V. Flambaum. Does the fine structure constant vary with time and distance? This talk was probably at 17-th ICAP in Florence in June of 2000, pages 86-99. CP551, Atomic Physics 17, edited by E. Arimondo, P. deNatale, and M. Inguscio (c) American Institute of Physics 1-56396-982-3/01/$18.00.

[FT23] V. V. Flambaum. This talk had probably been made in July of 2003 in Queensland, Australia. pages 49- 57. Limits on temporal variation of fine structure constant, quark masses and strong interaction.


[FT34] [Flambaum34talk] [TF34] [Flambaum-a2talk] Talk of Professor Victor Flambaum: http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/alpha2.pdf

[FT34.1] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, J, K. Webb, PRL 82, 888 (1999).

[FT34.2] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, J, K. Webb, PRA 59, 230 (1999).

[FT34.3] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA 61, 034502 (2000).

[FT34.4] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, M. T. Murphy, J, K. Webb, LNP 570, 564 (2001).

[FT34.5] J. K. Webb et al , PRL 87, 091301 (2001).

[FT34.6] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, M. T. Murphy, J, K. Webb, PRA 63, 042509 (2001).

[FT34.7] M. M. Murphy et al, MNRAS, 327, 1208 (2001).

[FT34.8] V. A. Dzuba et al, PRA, 66, 022501 (2002).

[FT34.9] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, M. V. Marchenko, PRA 68, 022506 (2003).

[FT34.10] E. J. Angstmann, V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA 70, 014102 (2004).

[FT34.11] J. C. Berengat et al, PRA 70, 064101 (2004).

[FT34.12] M. M. Murphy et al, LNP, 648, 131 (2004).

[FT34.13] V. A. Dzuba, PRA, 71, 032512 (2005).

[FT34.14] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA, 71, 052509 (2005).

[FT34.15] V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, PRA, 72, 052514 (2005).

[FT34.16] V. A. Dzuba, PRA, 71, 062501 (2005).

[FT34.17] S. G. Karshenboim et al, physics/0511180.

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[Ginges2003] Jacinda Ginges. Theory of violations of fundamental symmetries in atoms. PhD thesis, UNSW, 2003. - 172 pages.

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[Kolachevsky] Kolachevsky N. N., UFN, November of 2004, pages 1171 - 1190, www.ufn.ru.

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[Kozlov2001] Thesis of Doctor of Science of physical and mathematical sciences of Mikhail Kozlov, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2001.

[MVT] Personal communication with Marchenko, Victor Tymofijovych (Mr Victor Marchenko).

[PRA59] Calculations of the relativistic effects in many- electron atoms and space- time variation of fundamental constants. Physical Review A. Volume 59, number 1. January 1999. PRA59. pages 230 - 237.

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[Radio Liberty] Program on Radio "Liberty" at approximately 5:30 PM Ukrainian summer time (or at approximately 6:30 PM Moscow summer time) on August 14, 2006 (Monday). www.svoboda.org.

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[Slater1960] Slater J. C. Quantum theory of atomic structure. - New York, Mc. Graiw- Hill, 1960.

[TBJ6] PhD thesis of Julian Berengut: http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/Thesis.pdf


[TGJ3] Thesis, author: Ginges, Jacinda, title: Theory of violations of fundamental symmetries in atoms. UNSW, 2003,

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/ging-begining.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/2GING.DOC

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/ging-refs.doc


[TMM2] PhD thesis of Michael Murphy: http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/thesis_noapp.pdf http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk/~mim/thesis_noapp.pdf

[TNT3] Tobias Nilson. Thesis. http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/VARCONST.PDF


[Uz3] Uzan, Jean-Philippe, title: The fundamental constants and their variation: observational and theoretical status, Reviews of Modern Physics, volume 75, April 2003.

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* References and/or bibliography on the Internet:


Publications of Mr. Mykhaylo Marchenko with Dr. Julian Berengut:

http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~jcb/publications.php


[14PMMV] Laboratory spectroscopy and the search for space-time variation of the fine structure constant using QSO spectra

J. C. Berengut, V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, M. G. Kozlov, M. V. Marchenko, M. T. Murphy, and J. K. Webb

physics/0408017


[13PMMV] Alpha- dependence of transition frequencies for some ions of Ti, Mn, Na, C, and O, and the search for variation of the fine-structure constant

J. C. Berengut, V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, and M. V. Marchenko,

Phys. Rev. A 70, 064101 (2004),

physics/0404008 and more recent astro-ph/0408542


[01PMMV]

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/0112093.pdf

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/physics/pdf/0112/0112093.pdf


[13PMMV]

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/physics/pdf/0404/0404008.pdf

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/0404008.pdf

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/0408542.pdf

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/astro-ph/pdf/0408/0408542.pdf


[14PMMV]

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/0408017.pdf


[2PMMV]

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/0305066.pdf

http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/physics/pdf/0305/0305066.pdf


[BBN4DFW] http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/0310892.pdf


[Code-Fortran] http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/Fortran-1.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/doc_Fortran-1.rar

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[Dat-files] Files of input data for the Fortran code:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf_cipt_dat25mar07.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-cin1-dat.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-hfb-2-dat.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-hfsl-dat.part01.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-hfsl-dat.part02.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-hfsl-dat.part03.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/matr1-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/matr12-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-matr1-dat.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-matr12-dat.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-sigma-dat.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/rtf-spln-dat.rar

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/sigma-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/spln-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/cin1-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/cipt_dat25mar07.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/hfb-2-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/hfb-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/hfdpv-dat-doc.doc

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/hfsl-dat-doc.doc


[Dzuba5talk] Talk of Dr Vladimir A. Dzuba in July of 2005 in Russia:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/dzuba.pdf

http://cns.pnpi.spb.ru/5UCN/articles/dzuba.pdf


[Dzuba6talk] Talk of Dr Vladimir A. Dzuba on March 9, 2006 at The University of New South Wales:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/alpha.pdf

http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~dzuba/alpha.pdf


[FT23] V. V. Flambaum. This talk had probably been made in July of 2003 in Queensland, Australia. pages 49- 57. Limits on temporal variation of fine structure constant, quark masses and strong interaction.


[FT34] [Flambaum34talk] Talk of Professor Victor Flambaum:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/alpha2.pdf


[Mota] David Mota PhD thesis:

http://www.citebase.org/fulltext?format=application%2Fpdf&identifier=oai%3AarXiv.org%3Aastro-ph%2F0401631

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/fulltext.pdf


[Nilson] Tobias Nilson thesis:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/VARCONST.PDF


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[TBJ6] PhD thesis of Julian Berengut:

http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~jcb/download/Thesis.pdf

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/Thesis.pdf


[TGJ3] Scanned from the very beginning to page xii of PhD thesis of Dr Jacinda Ginges:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/ging-begining.doc

Scanned pages 1-15 of PhD thesis of Dr Jacinda Ginges:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/2GING.DOC

Scanned bibliography from PhD thesis of Dr Jacinda Ginges:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/ging-refs.doc

Thesis, author: Ginges, Jacinda, title: Theory of violations of fundamental symmetries in atoms. UNSW, 2003.

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[TMM2] PhD thesis of Michael Murphy:

http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/thesis_noapp.pdf

http://www.ast.cam.ac.uk/~mim/thesis_noapp.pdf

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[Uz3] Uzan, Uzan, Jean-Philippe, title: The fundamental constants and their variation: observational and theoretical status, Reviews of Modern Physics, volume 75, April 2003.

text version: http://physics-sources-phd.narod.ru/0205340.RAR

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PhD thesis. References and/or bibliography.

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* Abbreviations which are used in this thesis include the following:


1983 paper = Title: Relativistic many-body calculations of energy levels and of fine-structure intervals in caesium (cesium) atom. Authors: Dzuba, Flambaum, Sushkov. J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 16 (1983) 715-722.

1996 paper = V A Dzuba, V V Flambaum, and M G Kozlov. "Combination of the Many Body Perturbation Theory with Configuration Interaction Method", Phys. Rev. A, 54, 3948-59 (1996).

1999 paper = [PRA59] Calculations of the relativistic effects in many- electron atoms and space- time variation of fundamental constants. Physical Review A. Volume 59, number 1. January 1999. PRA59. pages 230 - 237.

alpha = fine structure constant.

BBN = big bang nucleosynthesis.

CI = configuration interaction.

Dzuba = Dr Vladimir A. Dzuba http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~dzuba/

Ginges = Dr Jacinda Ginges.

H-F = Hartree- Fock.

Julian = Dr Julian Berengut http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/~jcb

Kozlov = Dr Mikhail Kozlov http://www.qchem.pnpi.spb.ru/kozlov/

MBPT = Many-Body Petrurbation Theory.

MMV = Marchenko, Mykhaylo Victorovych (Mr Michael Marchenko)

MVT = Marchenko, Victor Tymofijovych (Mr Victor Marchenko)

q = relativistic shift.

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* "Side-efects" of work on this thesis include: translation of many works on the topic of this thesis to Russian language (which increases possible number of people who could understand this information in the world by approximately 300 million people), putting many notes on the Internet (www.llii.narod.ru, www.lib.mexmat.ru/forum, www.membrana.ru, www.gorod.dp.ua/forum, www.pora.org.ua/forum, www.svobodaslova.ictv.ua/forum, etc.) which helps in popularization of science in general and this area of research in particular, converting pdf- files with papers and theses into text-files, which makes work with this information easier, making some cmputer programs in this area of research publically availble.

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* Explanations, complaints, etc:

To Whom it May Concern:

Please criticise constructively my PhD thesis in physics. I am sending you the latest draft of PhD thesis in physics in English language.

I had serious difficulties preparing this draft of my PhD thesis. I will try to expalin those difficulties later.

Please accept any information from me by E-mail, through the Internet, and/or through all forms of comunication.

Five- year perid since I started my PhD program at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) passes in late March of 2007 or early April of 2007 depending on how to interpret start of my PhD program. I have arrived to Australia on March 29, 2002 which was public holiday. I probably had to legally start my PhD program on the working day (not on public holiday) before the end of March of 2002. Thus, Professor Robert Stening probably asked me to sign papers that I have started my PhD program on March 27, 2002, which was probablt the last working day (not public holiday) in Australia in March of 2002. Thus, someone may interpret that I have stated my PhD program in UNSW on March 27, 2002. I have probably really started my PhD program on April 3, 2002 because it was first working day (not public holiday) which I have spent in UNSW in 2002. On April 1, 2002 I probably went to Adelaide to make application for permanent residency in Australia and I was back to Sydney, Australia probably on April 3, 2002.

More detailed information is presented at the following web-pages:

http://phd-thesis-physics.narod.ru/index.html, http://www.berengut-phd-thesis.narod.ru/index.html, http://www.computer-code-phy.narod.ru/index.html, http://unsw.narod.ru/index.html, www.mar07monitoring.narod.ru, www.Feb07monitoring.narod.ru, www.jan07monitoring.narod.ru, www.Dec06monitoring.narod.ru, http://nov06monitoring.narod.ru/index.html, http://oct06monitoring.narod.ru/index.html, www.llii.narod.ru.

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Mykhaylo Marchenko.

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My e-mail addresses are:

mike4july1972ua@yahoo.com, mike4july1972@yahoo.com, mike4arlene@yahoo.com, llii@i.ua, ll@ua.fm

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Full-text draft PhD thesis.

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Topic of my doctoral thesis in physics: Variation of fundamental constants of nature and atomic many-body theory. 
(I would like my supervisor(s) to check if this topic is absolutely correct). 

1. Introduction 
1.1. Importance of the problem 
1.1.1. Bombs: 
Security issues are probably the most important today in 2005. 
In my doctoral thesis in nuclear physics and in atomic physics I am trying to approach (in particular) creation of new bombs (only in very general terms). 
Creation of Grand Unification Theory (GUT) of field could help with creating new bombs, much more powerful than atomic bomb and even nuclear bomb (hydrogen bomb). 
These days, in principle, we can deliver nuclear bomb to New York City from any part of the world within approximately 20 minutes and completely demolish the city of New York with all its suburbs in seconds. 
There are at least 3 possible ways of creating bombs of enormous destructive power (creation of these bombs is quite distant future and will probably require enormous intellectual resources and other resources, some of these bombs can be probably created in about 100 years from now and some – in about 20 years from now): 
1.1.1.1. Annihilation bomb with Einstein energy E=mc^2. This bomb is many orders of magnitude more powerful than the most powerful bomb which exists now. 1 kilogram of matter can probably destroy the whole USA. 
1.1.1.2. Physical vacuum bomb could probably have almost infinite power, more than 10^28 eV = 10000000000000000000000000000 eV, which is the energy of whole universe. With bomb like that it is possible to blow up the whole universe. 
1.1.1.3. Creating some kind of black hole or other type of catastrophe ([12], page 41) can destroy part of Earth and/or the whole Earth and perhaps other stars and/or planets. 

1.1.2. New sources of energy: 
Now even thermo nuclear power is still probably not under control, only nuclear bomb can destroy New York City with all its suburbs but nuclear energy probably cannot provide energy to heat, cool, support, etc. New York City. 
People are still (for about 30 years or more) lacking engineering solutions to get nuclear fusion to serve peaceful needs. 
Regarding those sources of energy which have been mentioned for creating bombs, the situation is even more difficult because there are probably no bombs like that yet. 
Hopefully, my research can be a very small step towards getting new sources of energy which can give people hope for fewer wars for oil on Iraqi soil and on other soils. 

1.1.3. Origin of the Universe: 
1.1.3.1. Hegel [6] said that first was absolute nothing. 
1.1.3.2. Psalms (Bible) [8] says something like: “God created everything out of nothing.” 
1.1.3.3. Shipov [4] says that everything originated from nothing. 
1.1.3.4. Conventional science probably says that the Universe has originated from physical vacuum (Big Bang theory) [. . .]. 

1.1.3. Origin of life: 

1.1.4. Origin of humans: 

1.1.5. concepts, alternative to conventional science: 
1.1.5.1. ether theories [7], [15]. 
1.1.5.2. parapsychology [16]. 
1.1.5.3. Shipov and Akimov theory of torsion field using Penrose theory of spinors, geometry of absolute parallelism, etc. [4], [14]. 

1.1.6. Parity non-conservation 

1.1.7. New experiments: 
1.1.7.1. Experiment to find new particles: building large accelerator in the USA, scared of catastrophe  need for the theory to describe precisely enough what will happen as a result of this experiment [12]. 


1.1.8. Grand unification theory (GUT) of field: 
1.1.8.1. M-theories 
1.1.8.2. String theories and super string theories. 
1.1.8.3. Shipov theory. 

1.1.9. Black holes. 
1.1.10. Parallel universes. 

1.1.11. Testing theories: 
Assessment of the value of the drift or upper bound of the possible drift of fundamental constants will allow assessing of applicability and precision of theoretical models [1]. 

1.1.12. Metrology [5], [13]. 

1.1.13. Theory of Everything (Is it the same as GUT?) [5]. 


References and bibliography for: 1. Introduction: 1.1. Importance of the problem: 

[1] Kalachevsky N. N. UFN, vol. 174, N. 11, November of 2004, pages 1171-1190. Title: Laboratory methods of search for variation of fine structure constant. (in Russian language). 
[2] Chernavsky D. S. UFN, vol. 170, N. 2, February of 2000, pages 157-183. Title: The problem of origin of life and human from the point of view of modern physics. (in Russian language). 
[3] Marshakov A. V. UFN, vol. 172, N. 9, September of 2002, pages 977-1020. Title: String theory or field theory. (in Russian language). 
[4] Shipov. Theory of physical vacuum: New paradigm, Moscow NT, 1993. (book) (in Russian language). 
[5] Uzan, 2003. (in English language). 
[6] Hegel. “Absolute nothing”. 
[7] Atsukovsky V. A. General dynamics of ether, Moscow, Energoatomizdat, 1990, approximately 277 pages. (book) (in Russian language). 
[8] Psalms, Bible. 
[9] Rubakov V. A. UFN, vol. 169, N. 12, December of 1999, pages 1299-1309. Title: Physics of particles and cosmology: current stage and hopes. (in Russian language). 
[10] Title: Possible Evidence for variable fine structure constant from QSO absorption lines: motivations, analysis and results. Authors: Murphy, Webb, Flambaum, Dzuba, Churchill, Prochaska, Wolfe, Barrow. Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 000, 1-16 (2000) Printed 19 December 2000. 
[11] Okun, Sevivanov, Telegi, UFN, vol. 169, N. 10, 1999. pages: 1141-1147. Title: Gravity, photons and clocks. (in Russian language). 
[12] Latypov N. N. and others. Title: Vacuum, elementary particles and the Universe. Moscow State University press, 2001. (book) (in Russian language). 
[13] Karshenboym S. G. UFN, Volume 175, N 3, pages: 271-298. March of 2005. Title: Fundamental physical constants: role in physics and metrology, and recommended values. 
[14] Akimov, Shipov. 
[15] Selin. 
[16] Pushkin. Parapsychology and modern natural science. 



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