On the goals, tasks, and destination of fundamental science


The status of fundamental science in society is determined by its search for knowledge to solve such tasks as:

  • Protection of civilization from outer space incoming threats;

  • Providing mankind with means of autonomous survival in space under any circumstances.

Such formula, if adopted, allows to take a different look at our priorities in politics, business, science, and other spheres of human activity.


The priorities of applied science are:

  • design and creation of technical means of capable of free transport in space without the use of non-reusable resources;

  • design of means and creation of facilities to obtain energy under conditions of absence of traditional resources.


Yuri N.Ivanov



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