At support of Fund of Princes, the next XLI Conference on the Problems of Civilization was held in Moscow on 21.04.2023 at the Open Reality Center, Moscow. The Conference was attended by the participants of the event with their reports, including the report Apocalypse today made by Grand Prince Pr. Dr. Valeriy Viktorovich Kubarev.
After a long break associated with the Covid-19 pandemic and the holding of the SMO, the semiannual Conferences of the Civilization and the New Paradigm project were continued. The next XLI (41) Conference was organized with the support of the Fund of Princes.
During the day 10 scientists presented the results of their research to the Conference participants, including the report Apocalypse Today made by Grand Prince Pr. Dr. Valeriy Viktorovich Kubarev.
The topic of the report is disclosed on the official website of Valeriy Kubarev. Link:
At the beginning of the event, the Conference participants observed a minute of silence in memory of one of the founders of the Civilization and a New Paradigm project, Vladimir Ivanov, who left for a better world last year.
Program of work of the Conference:
16.00–16.10. Registration, beginning.
The program of performances:
16.10. Alexander Zhabinsky. HC and a multi-world interpretation of quantum mechanics.
16.30. Mikhail Ryzhov. Dist and Project.
16.50. Yuri Ansimov. Technology in history.
17.10. Svetlana Evlasheva. The use of nuclear weapons in World War II.
17.30. Yaroslav Kesler. Russian civilization. Origin.
18.00. Valeriy Kubarev. The Apocalypse is today.
18.30. Vladislav Polyakovsky. RMESH.
18.50. Georgy Serdtsev. Development of nuclear weapons in 1934-1954.
19.10. Sergey Snisarenko. The Master Key of Reality.
19.30. Alexander Grinin. Various.
19.50–20.00. Closing, general questions.
Below is the photographic report on the XLI Conference on the Problems of Civilization on 21.04.2023. Introductory speech by Dr. Yaroslav Kesler, report by Yuri Anisimov, report by Svetlana Evlasheva, report by Yaroslav Kesler, speech by Valeriy Kubarev, report by Vladislav Polyakovsky, report by Georgy Serdtsev, report by Sergei Snisarenko and speech by Alexander Grinin.