On the Way to Understanding the Time Phenomenon: the Constructions of Time in Natural Science. Part 2. The "Active" Properties of Time According to N. A. Kozyrev. Singapore, New Jersey, London, Hong Kong: World Scientific. 1996. 220 pp.


Chapter 1. Reviews and Comments
A Substantial Interpretation of N.A.Kozyrev's Conception of Time
A. P. Levich
Субстанциональная интерпретация концепции времени Н.А.Козырева
А. П. Левич
1. On the existence of the "time flow"
2. Kozyrev's detectors and observations of the time flow (some experimental results)
2.1. Torsion balance
2.2. Resistors
2.3. Photocells
2.4. Piezoelectric element
2.5. Mercury thermometer
2.6. Thermocouple
2.7. Substance
2.8. A chemical reaction
2.9. Elastic bodies
2.10. Inelastic bodies
2.11. Rotating bodies
2.12. Organisms
3. Properties of the Kozyrev flow
3.1. Propagation without momentum transfer
3.2. Parity non-conservation
3.3. Screening by matter. Reflection. Absence of refraction. Effect reversal
3.4. Aftereffect
3.5. Pre-action
3.6. "Memorizing" by a substance
3.7. Effect quantization
3.8. Density
3.9. Dimensional estimation of c2
3.10. The velocity c3
3.11. The flow and causality
3.12. Kozyrev's flow and the generating flow of metabolic time
3.13. The flow and interaction
4. Conclusion
The Fundamentals of N.A.Kozyrev's Causal Mechanics
L. S. Shikhobalov
Основы причинной механики Н. А. Козырева
Л. С. Шихобалов
1. The methodological principles of causal mechanics
2. The postulates of causal mechanics
3. Astronomical observations via physical properties of time
4. The present state of the problem
5. On causality
6. Conclusion
Logic of Causal Mechanics: Observations-Theory-Experiments
S. M. Korotaev
1. Reasons of arising of the causal mechanics
2. Theoretical base of causal or nonsymmetrical mechanics
3. Experiments
3.1. Measurements of force of causality in the gyro system
3.1.1. Weighing of the excited gyro on the leveral balance
3.1.2. Pendulum measurements
3.2. Measurements of force of causality using gyro effect of the Earth
3.2.1. Weighing on the leveral balance
3.2.2. Meridional deflection of the pendulum
3.3. Interinfluence of the processes
3.3.1. Alteration of the threshold of excitation
3.3.2. Experiments with torsion balance
3.3.3. Experiments with the homogeneous disk
3.3.4. Experiments with non-mechanical detectors
3.4. Effect of memory
4. Astrophysical investigation with Kozyrev's detectors
4.1. Observations with vibratory balance
4.2. Observations with torsion balance
4.3. Observations with the homogeneous disk
4.4. Observations with differential resistancemeter
4.5. Hypothesis on the possibility of instantaneous interaction and its verification
N.A.Kozyrev's Causal Mechanics Seen by an Orthodox Physicist
B. N. Chigarev
1. Introduction
2. Analysis of principles of causal mechanics
3. The analysis of experimental grounds for causal mechanics
4. Analysis of how the true star position influences physical systems
The problems in Experimental Foundation of Causal Mechanics
A. G. Parkhomov
Brief Comments
V. V. Aristov
A. D. Armand
G. E. Mikhailovsky
V. M. Sarychev
Chapter 2. Development of N.A.Kozyrev's Ideas
Geophysical Effects of Causal Mechanics
M. L. Arushanov and S. M. Korotaev
1. Facts of zonal asymmetry
2. Force of causality on the spherically symmetrical Earth
3. Application to the solid Earth
4. Application to atmosphere
Quantum-Mechanical Uncertainty Relations as a Consequence of the Postulates of N.A.Kozyrev's Causal Mechanics; Forces in Causal Mechanics
L. S. Shikhobalov
Квантовомеханические соотношения неопределенностей как следствие постулатов причинной механики Н. А. Козырева; силы в причинной механике
Л. С. Шихобалов
1. Causal mechanics and the quantum-mechanical uncertainty relations
2. On the time characteristic c2 in N.A.Kozyrev's theory
3. Forces due to the action of time
4. On inaccuracy of force representation in classical mechanics
Stars and Koltsars
V. E. Zhvirblis
1. Introduction
2. Lazarev's koltsar
2.1. Phenomenology
2.2. Circulation mode paradox
2.3. Nonquantum bistable systems
3. Osmotic koltsar
3.1. Solution of the paradox
3.2. "Demon" of koltsar
3.3. Kinetic attributes of two states
4. Electrophysical koltsar
4.1. Problem formulation
4.2. Materials, instrumentation and methods
4.3. Experimental results and discussion
5. Koltsar thermodynamics
5.1. Conservatism and variability
5.2. Illegal postulate
5.3. Origin of force
5.4. Force and work
6. Conclusion. Stars as cosmophysical koltsars
What Can Be Obtained from the Substantial Conception of Time?
L. S. Shikhobalov
1. Introduction
2. Some data from linear algebra and special relativity
3. The substantial model of space-time
4. The time flow and time direction
5. The space-time substance as a reference body in Minkowski space
6. "Particles" and "antiparticles"
7. Mirror asymmetry of the World
8. Physical space-time symmetry. Relation to the CPT theorem
9. The case of proper Euclidean space-time
10. A question unanswered by modern physics
11. Matter and physical fields as structures of the space-time substance
12. Conclusion
Nikolay Alexandrovich Kozyrev