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Research

Research conducted at IrlEM (Institute of Rhythmology Evdokii Marchenko) is fundamentally different from any other type of scientific research. There are three main differences:
Time. Over the past 21 centuries, the scientific world has become accustomed to working with static and immobile objects, while time is dynamic and inconstant. The existing methods of modern science are continuously failing at finding a solution to the question of what the theory of time is, which is primarily because any constant that could be used in this equation comes from space. “Based on the static space, it is impossible to come to the conclusions about an inconstant time “, many of the contemporary progressive thinkers agree with this statement. Method 7R0 studies time based on an essentially different approach. Its methods and conclusions are outside of the current realm of contemporary science.

Rhythmotime. Extending the definition of time, we are approaching the term “rhythmotime”. It is an advanced, superorganized environment, which is capable of changing regularly, evolving time. Rhythmology does not describe, but studies and transforms pre-existing objects of space (functions, perfectly performed by other sciences). Instead, we record time and transform ourselves within it. By the means of rhythmotime, we change the flow of time and change ourselves within it.

Brain within time. IrlEM focuses on the human development within time and rhythmotime. The reciprocal connection between humans and time is conducted via the brain. The brain is the most complicated spatio-material structure to explore. Unlike other sciences, we don’t study the brain by examining its bio-material processes, we investigate the brain in the context of TIME. The impact of time on the brain, how the human mind changes the course of time, how rhythmotime affects the brain, and how the human is capable of interacting with rhythmotime are the focal points of research conducted at the Institute of Rhythmology.