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The Science Behind It All
Nikolai Kozyrev

Nikolai A. Kozyrev, a famous astrophysicist in Russia, developed a complex theory establishing a relationship between time and energy. The Russian scientists Vlail Kaznacheev and Alexander Trofimov then build the Kozyrev mirror based on Kozyrev’s theory.

According to Nikolai A. Kozyrev, time is the force that allows an effect to emerge from a cause. In his revolutionary theory time is a force or a wave, and its patterns contain the information about every physical event in this world.

Therefore, time plays a crucial role in the communication between the information field and matter: Through the influence of the timewave information creates matter. Conversely, every material process creates a pattern in the timewave where this pattern exists independently from time and space and is accessible everywhere in the universe.

  The Kozyrev Mirror – The Physical Gateway to Other Dimensions

A Kozyrev mirror is an aluminum cylinder which, according to its inventors, can open a space-time channel in its interior due to its specific proportions, surface quality and alloying. This claim has been verified by numerous scientific experiments of many researchers based on the Nikolai Kozyrev.

The unique ability of this mirror is that because of its design “it is mirrored by certain materials, reversing its mathematical sign; therefore, its pattern can contain information from both the past and the future. …” (Markus Schmieke; “The Second Path”, P. 104)

Today, TimeWaver technology includes 2 miniaturized versions of the Kozyrev mirror to directly and efficiently access the Information Field.

The existence of information fields as well as TimeWaver analysis and optimization are not accepted scientifically. The information field analysis is to be understood as a probability ranking by means of stochastic processes.
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