10 October 2009
RE: a radical change in science policy (Project of the Century)
Dear Sir (Madam):
In your person, I apply to the current 35th General Conference of UNESCO
and demand that it change radically the current UNESCO policy in the field of science according to the following.
The crisis of modern science is underlying the present general, ideological in its nature, crisis
of civilization now threatening the very existence of humankind. To overcome this general crisis, it is necessary, first of
all, to reform modern science. By the letter of its Charter, UNESCO is the only organization in the world that can and must
lead and execute this job. Fortunately, the path to the reform of modern science has already been blazed by my 30-year-long
independent research in physics initiating the reform of modern physics, still to be discussed and published professionally.
To implement the reform of modern science in general, it would be necessary to establish the proper international institute
or a scientific center to coordinate scientific activity the world over . The reform of modern science must now become the
main function of UNESCO for decades.
In this connection would you please persuade the current
35th General Conference of UNESCO of the necessity to inscribe the function of Reform of Modern Science in the list of its
programs as its MAIN FUNCTION, obliging it to organize discussion and publication of my above research and establish an international
institute to proceed with the reform on a large scale. See additional information in the letters enclosed.
Igor Makarov, PhD, Independent Researcher
P.O. Box 461, Haifa 31003, Israel
(1) a letter to President Barack Obama of the USA, 6.06.09;
Project of the Century