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The change of large epochs it is the chain of momentary tiny-epochs. It is hard to name another country which had passed so many of them over the past century as Russia did. Many habitants of perished Atlantis almost physiologically denied SovietMoreThe change of large epochs it is the chain of momentary tiny-epochs. It is hard to name another country which had passed so many of them over the past century as Russia did. Many habitants of perished Atlantis almost physiologically denied Soviet regime, as the author did. However, the country is not a regime, but millions people. How much the people fear the ruler, the life is stronger than the authority. Tyrannies are rock cliffs overhanging over the ocean deepness, and the life hidden there can carry something important for the entire planet through the catastrophes which come. There is no a tyranny’s credit in that. This is the credit of the life itself. The War, the blockade, the orphan house- the great cities Moscow and St. Petersburg after the War- the fall of tyranny- the lone voyages through Siberia and Lake Baikal, mastering of the virgin lands- beginning of scientific research in the early youth, the first discovery, explosions- scientific institutions of Moscow Athens… Enormous perished country revives again uncovering the dark and light faces of this great historic experiment.Soviet pioneer and prophet of computer technology Isaac Brook, who invited then very young author to found microelectronics in his institute- genius computer designer Michael Kartzev- Chief Designer of avionic devices Veniamin Smirnov, having been saved from the Berea’s paws, great mathematician Andrei Kolmogorov who suggested to young author to solve the problem which he could not- director who created a brilliant school and protected it during the time of bloody terror? On the other flank - Soviet politicians, agents of censorship, lawmaker a chief theorist of the terror… Breathtaking novels are gradually changed for serious talks about the Science and Pseudoscience, periodicity of Russian perestroika’s and contra-reforms and their prognosis into the future.