Chapter 14. In the view of time

Firyuza Yanchilina

Our friend from Novosibirsk Alexey Panasenko introduced Vasily to his friend from Moscow State University, Viktor Glebov. He is an interesting person. He grew up in an children's home, while "did not become bad", that, unfortunately, often happens to such people. He graduated from the university, PhD in psychology.
Probably, as a psychologist, he immediately felt that Vasily is extraordinary person and undertook to help him. He gave several Vasily’s books to a bookstore. Then he found out the conference on gravitation that was planned at the Bauman University. He even agreed having called that Vasily would speak at that conference. This was in 2005. However, Vasily did not have time to submit an application for the speech, but he had the opportunity to make a poster presentation. He decided to take advantage of this opportunity.
So that conference began. Various people approached Vasily's stand and examined his materials and books. One of them was a researcher from the Peoples Friendship University of Russia Vladimir Kassandrov. He exclaimed: "Oh, Vasily Yanchilin!"
It turned out that the graduate student of Kassandrov read almost all Vasily’s books and even became a supporter of his ideas and was going to develop them. Vladimir Vsevolodovich learned from him about quantum gravity. But then the graduate student left Moscow for a small homeland and "the project died out." By the way, Vasily never saw him once.
After a while, Kassandrov led Vasily to a seminar on time at Moscow State University, which Alexander Levich conducts. It turned out that Alexander Petrovich was already acquainted in absentia with Vasily after reading his article in the Internet-journal “Quantum Magic”. He invited him to hold a whole seminar on the topic of discrete motion, which he learned from the electronic journal. He included this topic in the plan, which he wrote before the beginning of each new semester.
I attended this lecture. I sat somewhere at the last table. I really liked how Vasily told. Understandably, logically, moderately emotionally. The audience behaved decently, everyone listened attentively to the lecturer. When Vasily told about what is a discrete motion, an elderly man, who was sitting near me, with enthusiasm said: "Flicker." So he correctly conveyed the essence of the motion. Indeed, an electron that moves discretely in different places, as if it "flickers" here and there.
At the end of the seminar Vasily was asked questions, some people thanked him for the interesting "fresh lecture".
Vasily once again made a speech at the time seminar, for the second time he told about the experiment with clocks. At that time we lived in Pushchino. I did not have the opportunity to attend his speech. The last bus to our city left from the subway station "Yuzhnaya" at ten o'clock at night. The seminar ended in about half past nine and even later. It was necessary more than an hour to get from the department of Soil Science at Moscow State University (where seminars were held) to the station of our bus. Therefore, after the seminar, Vasily went to his sister living in Moscow, and I stayed at home with the children.
The atmosphere at the seminar for the second time was worse, mainly because a man who constantly jumped up, interrupted Vasily's speech and resented, in short, behaved uncivilized. At the end, he began to talk on his mobile phone, as if demonstrating his attitude to the lecturer. Vasily could not restrain himself and made a remark to him. After that, the ill-mannered "protester" began to act more quietly.
With all due respect to Alexander Petrovich Levich, an intelligent, respectable, sympathetic person, I should say about his audience. The time seminars often gathered people who are interested, in my opinion, in nonsense. I agree that everyone has his own way in the knowledge of the world. But many get into all sorts of wilds and wander, trying to see the truth where it is almost impossible to find. Such people, even having heard or having read the correct knowledge, do not understand them and they are again immersed in their own reality.
Over time, Levich posted electronic versions of some Vasily’s books on the website of the virtual Institute of Time. A lot of people got acquainted with Vasily’s discoveries thanks to this resource.
Alexander Petrovich also suggested Vasily to create and run his own laboratory on the site. But Vasily had to give up, mainly because such a job would take a lot of time.