Sergei Kapitsa

Sergei Kapitsa was an outstanding Soviet and Russian scientist, professor and TV presenter. During his lifetime he was responsible for 14 inventions and 1 discovery and wrote hundreds of books and articles which were published in many languages around the world. He conducted scientific research and worked in numerous fields of science (aerodynamics, magnetism, applied electrodynamics, nuclear physics, the history of science and demographics, to name but a few). Professor Kapitsa was one of the founding fathers of the science of cliodynamics and the creator of the phenomenological mathematical model of hyperbolic growth of the world population and the global demographic transition.

For hosting his TV program "Evident, but Incredible" for many years, Kapitsa was awarded second place in the Guinness Book of Records and first place in the Russian Book of Records. In 2008, Kapitsa received a special TEFY award for his personal contribution to the development of Russian television.

Sergei Kapitsa was a member of the Academy of Natural Sciences, the European Academy of Sciences, the European Physics Society, the World Institute of Science, the International Astronautical Federation, the European Academy, the International Academy of Humanism, the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, the World Academy of Arts and Sciences, the International Commission on Culture and Development and a number of other societies and committees.


Paradoxes of Growth

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