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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 8:13 am

Russian Soviet Scientists:

1. Mikhail Artamonov - Archaeologist
2. Mikhail Gerasimov - Archaeologist
3. Boris Grakov - Archaeologist
4. Boris Marshak - Archaeologist (mostly worked in Tajikistan[50 years])
5. Boris Piotrovskiy - Archaeologist
6. Boris Ribakov - Archaeologist
7. Valentin Yanin - Archaeologist
8. Aleksey Okladnikov - Archaeologist
9. Vladimir Albitskiy - Astronormer
10. Nikolai Chernikh - Astronomer (Lithuano-Russian)
11. A. G. Doroshkevich - Astronomer
12. Vasiliy Fesenkov - Astronomer
13. Kiril Florenskiy - Geologist/Astronomer
14. Nikolai Kozyrov - Astronomer
15. Feodosiy Krasovskiy - Geodesist/Astronomer
16. Yevgenniy Krinov - Astronomer
17. Aleksandr Mikhailov - Astronomer
18. Nikolai Moiseev - Astronomer/Celestial mechaniscist
19. Grigoriy Neuymin - Astronomer
20. Igor Novikov - Astronomer
21. Viktor Safronov - Astronomer
22. Pelageya Shayn - Astronomer (spouse of Ukrainian Grigoriy Shayn)
23. Tamara Smirnova - Astronomer (worked mainly in Crimea)
24. Aleksandr Zaitsev - Astronomer
25. Grigoriy Mairanovskiy - Biochemist (developed poison during Stalin)
26. Aleksandr Oparin - Biochemist
27. Yuriy Ovichnnikov - Biochemist
28. Aleksandr Spirin - Biochemist
29. Nikolai Timofeev-Ressovskiy - Geneticist
30. Nikolai Vavilov - Geneticist
31. Aleksey Bistrov - Biologist/Paleontologist
32. Vladimir Efroimson - Biologist
33. Kiril Eskov - Biologist/Paleontologist
34. Vladirmir Pasechnik - Biologist/Bioweaponeer
35. Aleksey Balandin - Chemist
36. Valeriy Varsukov - Geochemist
37. Boris Belousov - Chemist/Biophysicist
38. Nikolai Demyanov - Organic Chemist
39. Boris Deriagin - Chemist
40. Aleksey Favorskiy - Chemist
41. Boris Nikolskiy - Chemist
42. Sergei Reformatskiy - Chemist
43. Nikolai Semyonov - Chemist
44. Georgiy Adelson-Velskiy - Computer Scientist/Mathematician
45. Aleksandr Brudno - Compuer Scientist (alpha-beta search algorithm's best describer)
46. Aleksei Chervonenkis - Computer Scientist
47. Mikhail Donskoy - Computer scientist
48. Adrei Yershov - Computer Scientist/Programming Pioneer
49. Lev korolyov - Computer Scientist
50. Aleksandr Kronrod - Computer Scientist
51. Sergei Lebedev - Computer Scientist
52. Oleg Lupanov - Computer Scientist
53. Yuroy Miatyasevich - Computer Scientist
54. Aleksandr Mikhailov - Mechanical Engineer/Computer Scientist
55. Aleksandr Pazhitnov - Computer Scientist (co-creator of Tetris)
56. Vladimir Pokhilko - Computer Scientist (co-creator of Tetris)
57. Aleksandr Razborov - Mathematician/Computationaρ Theorist
58. Sergei Yablonskiy - Computer Scientist/Mathematician
59. Sergei Afanasyev - Engineer/Space and Defense industry executive
60. Nikolai Afanasyev - Firearms designer
61. Vladimir Aksyonov - Engineer/Cosmonaut
62. Nikolai Alekhin - Rocket Engineer
63. Ivan Aleksandrov - Engineer/Head of Dniepr Hydroelectric Station
64. Rostislav Alekseyeev - Engineer (Inventor of Ekranoplans)
65. Oleg Antonov - Aeronatic Engineer (Founder of Antonov Design Bureu, which is based on Ukraine, where Antonov died)
66. Aleksandr Arkhangelskiy - Aircraft Designer/Doctor of Technical Sciences
67. Nikolai Artamonov - Rocket Designer
68. Yuriy Artsutanov - Engineer/Pioneer conceptualizer of Space Ekevator
69. Georgiy Babachkin - Aircraft Designer (Chief designer at Lavochkin Design Bureau)
70. Vladimir Barmin - Rocket Designer/Designer of Launch complexes
71. Aleksandr Chernishyov - Electrical Engineer
72. Vasiliy Degtyaryov - Weapons Designer/Engineer/Artillerist (Designed several submachineguns, machine guns and anti-tank rifles)
73. Yevgenniy Dragunov - Weapons Enginer (Designed the famous sniper rifle that carries his name)
74. Anatoliy Dyatlov - Nuclear Engineer (Supervisor during the experiment that originated the distaster at Chernobil Nuclear plant)
75. Konstantin Feokstikov - Space Engineer/Cosmonaut
76. Nikolai Filatov - Artillerist/Theoreticist of small arms' shooting
77. Vladimir Fyodorov - Engineer/Weapons designer (Founder of Soviet School of Automatic small arms, Lt General of Military Engineers)
78. Igor Gorinin - Metallurgist (Creator of several new Titanium and alluminium alloys)
79. Vasiliy Grablin - Artillery Designer
80. Boris Grabovskiy - Engineer (Invetor of first fully electronic TV transmitting tube. It's worth noting that his entire higher education was outside Russia - in Ukraine and Uzbekistan)
81. Georgi Grechko - Mathematician/Mehcnaical Engineer/Cosmonaut
82. Mikhail Gurevich - Aircraft Designer (Together with Mikoyan [Armenian] founded the Mikoyan & Gurevich Aircraft design bureau, one of the main aicraft and missile design bureaus in USSR and actual Russian Federation)
83. Aleksandr Ivanchenkov - Space Engineer/Cosmonaut
84. Mikhail Kalashnikov - Mechanic/Small arms' designer (Inventor of the famous AK-47 [Avtomat Kalashnikova Sorak Syem'). His ethnicity is worth noting though.
85. Nikolai Kamov - Aircraft Designer (Founder of the Kamov design Bureau, one of the main combat and naval helicopter design bureaus in USSR and Russian Federation)
86. Aleksandr Kemurdzhian - Space Engineer (Designer of first rovers to explore other planets, the Lunakhod Rovers)
87. Ivan Kleymyonov - Rocket Designer (Pioneer within USSR on this field)
88. Yuri Koptev - Aircraft Designer (Worked at Lavochkin Design bureau. Former director fo Roscosmos)
89. Aleksandr Kosigin - Textile Engineer (Succesor of Nikita Khrushyov, proponent of Soviet emphasis on consumer goods' industry instead of military)
90. Vladimir Kotelnikov - Information Theory and Radar Astronomy pioneer in USSR
91. Aleksei Krilov - Naval Engineer/Mathematician/Memoirist
92. Valeriy Kubasov - Space Engineer/Cosmonaut
93. Valentin Lebedev - Space Engineer/Cosmonaut
94. Boris Lisunov - Aeronautics Engineer (Creator of DC-3 based Lisunov planes)
95. Viktor Litvinov - Aircraft Designer (Coordinated Massive construction of Il-2 planes. Deputy Minister of General Engineering in USSR)
96. Oleg Makarov - Space Engineer/cosmonaut (Worked in the development of the Vostok spacecraft)
97. Boris Malinin - Naval Engineer (Soviet submarine design pioneer; designed most os USSR's pre-WWII, WWII and immediate post war Sumbarines. Work was carried on by his son)
98. Aleksandr Mikulin - Aircraft Engines' designer
99. Vasiliy Mishin - Space Engineer/Rocket designer (Succeeded Korolyov[mentioned above], although his career was less succesful. Was succeeded by Glushko, mentioned above)
100. Pyotr Mozharov - Engineer (Father of Soviet motorcyc le industry)
101. Vladimir Myasishchev - Aircraft Designer (Founder of Myasishchev design bureau, designer of several prominent bombers and cargo airplanes that set more than 17 records)
102. Sergei Nepobedimiy - Rocket Designer (Designer of most ATGM's of USSR and Russia and designer of the ARENA active defense system for armored vehicles; designer of Tactical Missiles; director of Kolomna Rocket Design Bureau)
103. Nikolai Nikitin - Structural Designer/Construction Engineer (Designed and supervised construction of MGU's main building [240m tall - tallest Educational Building in the world], Warsaw Palace of Culture and Science, Luzhniki Stadium, structural feseability and construction of "The Motherland Calls" statue, and the Ostankino Tower)
104. Nikolai Makarov - Small firearms designer/Rocket designer (Designed Makarov pistols, together with Afanasyev designed a 23mm autocannon and contributed in the creation of 9K111 and 9K113 ATGMs)
105. Gennadiy Nikonov - Firearms designer (Designed AN-94 assault Rifle)
106. Dmitriy Okhotsimskiy - Celestial Mechanicist/Spaceflight Dynamicist/Roboticist
107. Nikolai Patrushev - Naval Engineer/KGB and FSB member (Current secretary of the security council of Russia)
108. Vladimir Petlyakov - Aicraft Designer (Desinged several kinds of WWII heavy and medium bombers)
109. Nikolai Pilyugin - Rocket Guidance Systems' designer (Participated in First Soviet ICBM design and in teh Buran space shuttle program).
110. Nikolai Polikarpov - Aircraft designer (Founder of Polikarpov design bureau which was succeded by Sukhoi Design Bureau)
111. Nikolai Popov - Engineer (Designer of tank T-80 as based on Morozov's T-64; Designed various tracked weapon-carrying vehicles and repair systems for gas and oil tubes; designed 203mm artillery system "Pion" )
112. Valeriy Rozhdestvenskiy - Space Engineer/Cosmonaut
113. Nikolai Rinin - Civil Engineer/Aerospace Researcher/Historian/theretician of space travel (worked in railway design and contruction, taught aeronaunics and wrote a nine-volume encyclopedia about space travel)
114. Valeriy Ryumin - Mechanical Engineer/Cosmonaut
115. Nikolai Sevastianov - Aerospace Engineer
116. Vitaliy Sevastianov - Engineer/Cosmonaut
117. Georgi Shpagin - Small arms designer (designed WWII PPSh-41 submachine gun)
118. Boris Shpitalniy - Small Arms Designer (Designed several machine guns and autocannons employed in WWII)
119. Vladimir Shukhov - Engineer/Polymath/Architect (pioneered in several methods of structural engineering; pioneer in hyperboloid structural design useful for several kinds of industries including oil and gas industries)
120. Arkadiy Shvetsov - Aircraft Engine Designer (Developed aircraft engines from reveres engineered US aircraft engines)
121. Sergei Simonov - One of the fathers of modern assault rifles
122. Igor Spasskiy - Naval Engineer (Designed the most advanced Submarines comissioned by he USSR and the Russian Federation)
123. Gennadi Strekalov - Space Engineer/Cosmonaut
124. Aleksei Sudayev - Small arms designer (Designed WWII PPS submachine gun)
125. Vladimir Syromyatnikov - Space Engineer (Participated in the design and construction of Vostok; his designs were applied to the Apollo-Soyuz programme and to the International Space Station)
126. Leon Theremin - Inventor of one of the first musical electronic instruments and of "interlace" a technique of improving the picture quality of video signals employed in video and television technology
127. Viktor Tikhomirov - Doctor of Engineering (Created and implemented serial prodution of Argon tail radar set, Izumrud 1 and 2 radar sights, highprecission range finders and first air-to-air missile system)
128. Andrei Tupolev - Aircraft Designer (Founder of Tupolev deisgn Bureau, the main commercial aircraft and bomber design Bureau of USSR and the Russian Federation. Designed most Tupolev aicraft until mid Cold-War)
129. Alexei Tupolev - Aircraft designer ( Led design of the Tu-144, world's first supersonic passanger airliner; Led design of Tu-160, world's heaviest supersonic intercontinental strategic bomber and the Tu-2000, a replacement for the Tu-160)
130. Fyodor Ustinov - Military Mechanical Engineer/Minister of Defense of teh USSR
131. Vladimir Vakhmistrov - Aeronautic Engineer (Designed Parasite aircraft systems used to bombard targets in Romania during WWII)
132. Viktor Bolkhovitnikov - Aircraft Enegineer (Improed some of the earliest Yupolev designs)
133. Vladislav Volkov - Space engineer/Cosmonaut
134. Aleksandr Yakovlev - Aircraft Designer (Founder of Yakovlev design Bureau, one of USSR's and Russian Federation's main aircraft design Bureaus)
135. Mikhail Yangel - Aviation Engineer/Rocket designer (Co-wroked with Sergei Korolyov. Stablished in Ukraine a rocket propuslion center which designed several prominent rocket models; pioneered the usage of storeable hypergolic fuel.)
136. Aleksei Yeliseyev - Space Engineer/Cosmonaut
137. Vladimior Yermolayev - Aviation Engineer (Creator of Yermolayev planes)
138. Vladimir Obruchev - Geologist/Sci-Fi writer
139. Yuliy Shokalskiy - Geographer/Oceanographer/Cartographer (prominent writer on limnology and meteorology)
140. Vladimir Belousov - Geodynamicist
141. Georgi Frederiks - Paleontologist/Tectonicist/Statigraphist
142. Ivan Gubkin - Petroleum geologist
143. Aleksandr Karpinskiy - Geologist and Mineralogist
144. Mariya Klyonova - Marine Geologist
145. Pyotr N. Kropotkin - Geologist/Geophysicist
146. Aleksandr Kruber - Geographer (Founder of Soviet karstology)
147. Nikolai Kudryavtsev - Petroleum Geologist
148. Vladimir Larin - Geologist (Developer of Hydric Earth theory)
149. Mikhail Tetyaev - Tectonic Geologist
150. Dmitriy Mushketov - Geoologist/Paleontologist

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 8:14 am

151. Vladimir Porfiriev - Petroleum and Coal Geologist (Most of his work was carried out in Ukraine)
152. Boris Sokolov - Geologist/Paleontologist
153. Nikolai Urbantsev - Geologist/Explorer
154. Mikhail Usov - Geologist
155. Abdurahman Avtorkhanov - Historian
156. Vasiliy Bartold - Historian/Turkologist
157. Igor Mozheyko - Historian/Sci-Fi writer
158. Boris Eichenbaum - Historian of Russian Literature
159. Nina Gagen-Torn - Historian/Poet/Writer/Ethnographer
160. Lev Gumilev - Historian/Ethnologist/Anthropologist
161. Aleksandr Kan - Historian (Specialist in Scandinavian history, assesed from a marxist standpoint)
162. Aleksandr Kazhdan - Historian/Byzantinist
163. Lev Novrozov - Historian/Polemicist
164. Svetlana Pletneva - Archaeologist/Historian
165. Boris Ponomarev - Historian/Ideologist/Politician (Theoretician of "Communist" World Movement)
166. Boris Porshev - Historian/Doctor of Social Sciences (with works on psychology, prehistory and neurolinguistics)
167. Andrei Sakharov - Historian
168. Semyon Reznik - Historian (Specialist in Blood Libel and studies on Neonazism in Russia)
169. Vladimir Sergeyev - Historian
170. Vasiliy Struve - Historian/Orientalist
171. Mikhail Tikhormirov - Paleographer
172. Valeriy Tishkov - Ethnologist/Theoricist of Nation/Political Anthropologist
173. Fyodor Uspenskiy - Byzantinist
174. Igor Diakonov – Linguist
175. Aaron Dogopolskiy – Linguist
176. Vladimir Dybo – Linguist (Specialized in Slavic, Indo-European, Nostratic and Nilo-Saharan Languages)
177. Vyacheslav Ivanov – Philologist/Indo-Europeanist
178. Yevgenniy Polivanov – Linguist/Orientalist/Polyglot (Created a system to cyrillize Japanese)
179. Nicholas Poppe – Linguist/Orientalist (Expert in Mongolic and Turkic languages)
180. Sergei Starostin – Lnguist/Indo-Europeanist/Caucasologist/Orientalist (Worked on proto-languages’ hypothesis)
181. Yuriy Rozhdestvenskiy – Linguist/Rethoritician/Philosopher
182. Valentin Voloshilov – Linguist/Literary Theortcian/Marxist Theoretician
183. Andrei Zaliznyak – Linguist (specialist in Old Novgorod languages)
184. Georgi Adelson-Velskiy – Mathematician/Computer scientist (Co-inventor of AVL tree with Landis)
185. Aleksandr Aleksandrov – Mathematician/Physicist/Philosopher/Mountaineer
186. Pavel Aleksandrov – Mathematician (Notable for contributions to “set theory” and topology
187. Konstantin Adreyev – Mathematician (Worked mostly in Ukraine where he co-founded the Kharkov Mathematical society, one of the earliest mathematics’ societies in the Russian Empire)
188. Dmitriy Anosov – Mathematician
189. Nikolai Bakhvalov – Mathematician
190. Nina Bari – Mathematician (Specialist in Trigonometry)
191. Felix Berezin – Mathematician
192. Nikolai Bogolyubov – Mathematician
193. Fyodor Bogomolov – Mathematician
194. Vladimir Boltyanskiy – Mathematician
195. Yuriy Burago – Mathematician
196. Sergei Chaplygin – Mathematician
197. Boris Delaunay – Mathematician
198. Roland Dobrushin – Mathematician
199. Evgenniy Dinkin – Mathematician
200. Yuriy Yershov – Mathematician
201. Sergei Fomin – Mathematician
202. Aleksandr Friedman – Mathematician/Cosmologist
203. Aleksandr Gelfond – Mathematician
204. Viktor Glushkov – Mathematician/Cyberneticist
205. Boris Gnedenko – Mathematician
206. Sergei Godunov – Mathematician
207. Ivan Ivanov – Mathematician
208. Viktor Kac – Mathematician
209. Leonid Kantorovich – Mathematician/Economist (Theorist of Optimal allocation of resources)
210. David Kazhdan – Mathematician
211. Aleksandr Khinchin – Mathematician/Probability theorist
212. Aleksandr Kirillov – Mathematician (Important for contributions on representation theory, topology and lie groups)
213. Nikolai Kochin – Mathematician (Specialized in applied mathematics and fluid and gas mechanics)
214. Andrei Kolgomorov – Mathematician (Advanced several fields among which are probability theory, topology, intuitionistic logic, turbulence, classical mechanics and computational complexity)
215. Gury Kolosov – Mathematician
216. Aleksandr Kronrod – Mathematician/Computer scientist
217. Nikolai Krylov – Mathematician (Notable for contribution on mathematical physics)
218. Aleksandr Kurosh – Mathematician
219. Olga Ladyzhenskaya – Mathematician
220. Mikhail Lavrentyev – Mathematician/Hydrodinamiscist
221. Vladimir Levenshtein – Mathematician
222. Oleg Lupanov – Mathematician/Cyberneticist (Co-founder of the Soviet school of Cybernetics)
223. Nikolai Luzin – Mathematician (Descriptive set theory, mathematical analysis applied to topology)
224. Aleksey Lyapunov – Mathematician/Cyberneticist (contributed to programming theory, mathematical linguistics, set theory and mathematical biology)
225. Anatoliy Maltsev – Mathematician (notable for work on decidability and algebraic groups)
226. Gury Marchuk – Mathematician (Prominent for works on computational science and atmospheric physics)
227. Grigoriy Margulis – Mathematician
228. Yuriy Matiyashevich – Mathematician/Computer Scientist
229. Dmitriy Menshov – Mathematician
230. Nikita Moiseyev – Mathematician (Notable for assessing and computing the effects of a large scale nuclear war)
231. Vasiliy Nemchinov – Mathematician (Introduced mathematics in soviet economics providing with scientific basis to central planning)
232. Nikolai Nekhoroshev – Mathematician/Celestial Mechanicist/Dynamiscist
233. Sergei Novikov – Mathematician (Notable for works on algebraic topology)
234. Pyotr Novikov – Mathematician
235. Yuriy Osipov – Mathematician
236. Grigory Perelman – Mathematician (Notable for contributions on Reimannian Geometry algebraic topology)
237. Ivan Petrovskiy – Mathematician
238. Mark Pinsker – Mathematician (Notable for his studies on information theory, coding theory, ergodic theory, mathematical statistics and communications networks)
239. Pelageya Polubinova-Kochina – Mathematician/Hydrodinamicsist
240. Lev Potryagin – Mathematician (Although blind since the age of 14, he managed to make several discoveries in geometry applied to topology)
241. Mikhail Postnikov – Mathematician
242. Yuriy Prokhorov – Mathematician (Probability Theorist)
243. Isaak Russman – Mathematician
244. Georgiy Shilov – Mathematician
245. Albert Shirayev – Mathematician
246. Yakov Sinai – Mathematician (regarded as one of the most influential mathematicians of the XX century)
247. Vladimir Smirnov – Mathematician
249. Sergei Sobolev – Mathematician
250. Sergei Stechkin – Mathematician
251. Ruslan Stratonovich – Mathematician
252. Andrei Tikhonov – Mathematician
253. Anatoliy Vershik – Mathematician
254. Naum Vilenkin – Mathematician
255. Ivan Vinogradov – Mathematician
256. Oleg Viro – Mathematician
257. Anatoliy Vitushkin – Mathematician
258. Viktor Wagner – Mathematician
259. Viktor Zalgaller – Mathematician
260. Yefim Zelmanov – Mathematician
261. Aleksei Abrikosov – Pathologist
262. Aleksandr Vakulev – Surgeon (Initiated the creation of a Thoracic Surgery Institute)
263. Vladimir Bekhterev – Neurophysiologist/Psychiatrist
264. Yevgenniy Chazov – Cardiologist
265. Vladimir Filatov – Ophthalmologist/Surgeon
266. Mikhail Kogan – Physician
267. Vasily Lazarev – Physician/Cosmonaut
268. Aleksandr Luria – Psychologist/Neuropsychologist
269. Valeriy Polyakov – Physician/Cosmonaut
270. Leonid Roshal – Pediatrician
271. Sergei Spasskukotskiy – Surgeon
272. Aleksandr Vishnevskiy – Surgeon
273. Boris Yegorov – Physician/Cosmonaut
274. Vasiliy Zvyagintsev – Physician/Sci-Fi writer
275. Andrei Verbitskiy – Psychologist/Social Psychologist (Developer of higher education in Russia)
276. Vladimir Artemyev – Rocket scientist (co-inventor of the “Katyusha” rocket; The first rocket propelled by smokeless trotyl-pyroxylin powder was launched under his direction in 1928.)
277. Konstantin Badygin – Naval Engineer and officer/Writer/Explorer
278. Aleksandr Bereznyak – Aircraft and Missile designer (Chief designer of Raduga OKB)
279. Boris Dubin – Sociologist/Translator
280. Aleksandr Grunauer – Engineer (Internal combustion engine expert)
281. Lev Gudkov – Sociologist
282. Ivan Yefremov – Paleontologist/Sci-Fi writer (created taphonomy, the study of fossilization patterns)
283. Nikolai Kardashev – Astronomer (Notable for the Kardashev Classification scheme for extraterrestrial civilization which measures the development of hypothetical civilizations in regards to the proportion of energy harnessed by them. Carl Sagan complemented this scheme by adding information in bits harnessed)
284. Valeriy Legasov – Chemist (Chief investigator for the Chernobyl disaster)
285. Aleksei Leontiev – Developmental Psychologist (Creator of the “Activity theory”)
286. Sergei Khrushyov – Engineer (Son of Nikita Khrushyov; worked in the development of guidance systems for missiles, space boosters, moon vehicles and rockets in general)
287. Yuriy Luzhkov – Engineer (Current Mayor of Moscow)
288. Viktor Makeyev – Rocket Engineer (Founder of the school of submarine missiles; designer of most Soviet SLBMs)
289. Pavel Molchanov – Meteorologist (invented radiosonde and used it for the first time)
290. Ivan Pavlov – Psychologist/Physiologist/Physician (Renowned for first describing classical conditioning)
291. Pyotr Ufimtsev – Physicist (Considered the father of the foundations for Stealth technology – his books were used by US scientists to develop stealth Aircraft like F-117, B-2 and the F-22)
292. Yelena Petushkova – Biochemist/Pharmacologist/Equestrian Olympic Gold and Silver medalist.
293. Nikolai Pushkov – Physicist (Founder of IZMIRAN – Institute for the study of earth magnetism, ionosphere and the propagation of radiowaves)
294. Anatoliy Savalevich – Explorer (Pilot of deep Submergence vehicles that explored the Bismarck Battleship RMS Titanic, Komsomoletsk and Kursk submarines)
295. Gay Severin – Aeronautics Engineer (Chief of Zvezda design Bureau; designed and supervised the creation of life support systems for all space vehicles, space suits and emergency slides)
296. Dmitriy Belyaev – Geneticist
297. Valentin Rumyantsev – Mechanician/Stability and control Theoris
298. Vladimir Vize – Oceanographer/Glaciologist
299. Mikhail Volkenshtein – Biophysicist (Co-author of the Quantu, Mechanical model of Enzymes Catalysis)
300. Ilya Zbarksiy – Biochemist (Head of Lenin’s mausoleum from 1956 to 1989; son of Boris Zabrskiy who helped mummify Lenin)





Mixed (Russo-Ukrainian, Armenian, etc.):
1. Lyudmila Chernikh - Ukraino-Russian - Astronomer
2. Nikolai Chernikh - Lithuano-Russian - Astronomer
3. Lyudmilla Karachkina - Ukraino-russian - Astronomer
4. Karlis Stenis - Russo-Latvian - Astronomer
5. Sergei Lebedev - Russian born in Poland - Chemist
6. Leonid Khachiyan - Russo-Armenian - Mathematician/Programmist
7. Mikhail Botvinnik - Finno-Russian - Electrical Engineer/Chess Grandmaster and Champion
8. Boris Chertok - Russian born in Poland - Rocket Designer
9. Jurgis Kayris - Lithuanian born in Russia - Aeronautical Enginner/Aerobatic Pilot
10. Miran Merzhanyants - Armenian born in Russia - Architect (Used to be Stalin's personal architect until he was arrested)
11. Mikhail Mil - Russo-Lithuanian - Aeronautic Engineer/Helicopter designer (Founder of the main helicopter design bureau "Mil" with more than 69 records in Helicopters' characteristics; designer of the most pwerful helicopter in History)
12. Mikhail Pogosyan - Armenian born in Russia - Aircraft Enginner (Director of Sukhoi Design Bureau)
13. Maya Berzina - Russo-Latvian born in France - Geographer/Ethnographer/Cartograopher
14. Grigol Tsereteli - Georgian born in Russia - Papirologist/Philologist
15. Vladimir Rokhlin – Russian born in Azerbaijan – Mathematician (with notable works on topology, geometry and ergodic theory)
16. Aksel Berg – Russo-Finish – Naval Engineer Admiral (specialist in communications, cybernetics and radar)
17. Aleksandr Chizhevskiy – Russo-Belarusian – Physiologist/Biophysicist (performed with Tsiolkovskiy the first experimental research on space biology; researched the effects of ionized particles on animals)
18. Konstantin Tsiolkovskiy – Russo-Polish – Rocket Engineer (Main Rocket scientist renowned for the equation that bears his name which is essential in rocketry; father of theoretical astronautics)

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 8:14 am

Non-Russian Soviet Scientists: 165
Russian Soviet Scientists: 300
Mixed Soviet Scientists: 18
Total: 483
Non-Russian: 34.16%
Russian: 62.11%
Mixed: 3.72%

Almost all Soviet Scientists were Russian? No, slightly less than 2 thirds.

And all this to prove that your assertion was wrong, but not only that, let’s check your points:

1. You tried to establish that almost all soviet military scientists and weapons designers were Russian, downplaying the importance of scientists coming from other republics of the USSR. Let’s see how well founded your assertion was:

a) Sukhoi – One of the main design bureaus of USSR and the Russian Federation, the basis of the most advanced fighters and fighter-bombers fielded by USSR and the Russian Federation. The designer was Belarusian.
b) Lyulka – One of the most important design bureaus of jet engines in USSR and Russian Federation, the only completely indigenous Soviet engines from its origin were designed by and their construction was supervised by a Ukrainian. These engines would equip a lot of Soviet and Russian fighters including the Su-27.
c) Mikoyan and Gurevich – another main design bureau of Soviet and Russian multirole fighters. The co-founder was Armenian.
d) OKB Mashinostroyenia – the Bureau responsible for the creation of the majority of the most advanced Soviet Cruise missiles was founded and lead by a Ukrainian, Chelomei, who designed most of USSR’s cruise missiles, several ICBMs and the main space boosters.
e) Lyulyev, Ukrainian was founder and chief designer of the Bureu that has created the best antiaircraft missiles in the world.
f) Kuznetsov, Kazakh, was the designer of the engines employed in supersonic heavy aircraft namely the Tu-144 and the Tu-160.
g) Morozov, Ukrainian, designed the first Soviet MBTs and the T-64 the most advanced MBT of its time which served as the basis for the development of the T-80 (USSR’s most advanced tank fielded).
h) Korolyov, Ukrainian, main figure in the Soviet space and ICBM development (it’s worth nothing that the three main heads were Ukrainian).
i) Beriev, Georgian, another main aircraft developer.

So let’s do a numerical summary:

Weapons employed by USSR designed by or with heavy developmental and production influence from non-Russian soviet scientists:

1. Sukhoi Aircraft (23 types of aircraft total, most advanced jet fighters)
2. MiG Aircraft (17 aircraft types total, part of USSR’s and Russian Federations air forces backbone. Designed space-fighter planes)
3. Beriev Aircraft (21 aircraft types total)
4. T-44, T-54/55, T-64 and T-80
5. OKB Mashinostroyennia (P-70, P-500, P-700, P-800, BrahMos cruise missiles)
6. Tupolev aircraft (at least the Tu-160 uses Kuznetsov engines, from a Kazakh designer)
7. An-225, An-124
8. OKB 4 Molniya (predecessor of Vympel, having designed most AA missiles).
9. R-36 family of ICBMs
10. UR-500 rocket vehicles
11. OKB Lyulyev (8 types of missiles including the advanced S-300 SAM, basis for the S-400 Triumph, the best SAM in the world today)
Do I really have to go on?

2. You intended to downplay the strategic and industrial importance of other republics like Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus. Big mistake.

I demonstrated that extremely valuable scientists (some among the most important Soviet scientists) have come in good amount from such republics, now I will demonstrate the importance of those nations in several aspects.

All those nations constituted nearly a 4th of the Soviet territory and nearly 50% of USSR’s population. Some of the most industrialized and fertile regions of the USSR were precisely within those nations, namely Ukraine where a massive portion of the military, metallurgic and space industries were located. The agricultural output of Ukraine was between ½ and Ύ of Russia’s, increasing considerably overall Soviet agricultural output. Strategically speaking, Ukraine has some of the most important warm water ports in existence to the point the Russian Federation actually operates bases in Ukrainian territory through lend lease. Strategically speaking as well, Ukraine could serve as a buffer zone between Russian mainland and Central/Western Europe.

This is just to mention a little part.

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 11:11 am

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Non-Russian Soviet Scientists: 165
Russian Soviet Scientists: 300
Mixed Soviet Scientists: 18
Total: 483
Non-Russian: 34.16%
Russian: 62.11%
Mixed: 3.72%

who are you trying to making to laugh??

483? are you fucking nuts? sovietunion had theenthousends of scientist, already for yugoslavias weapons industrie worked 8.000 designer's and what for ussr 500? damn fuck off and even with 2/3 we have the major part

so better countinue your list to some 10.000

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Since your entire premise is based on GDP, HDI and Gini, you first have to defend teh validity of these parameters within the discussion.

I disproved earlier the validity of those parameters to measure the economic potential and social wellbeing and development of a nation. If you intend to keep using these parameters, you have to refute my rebuttal of those parameters. If you fail to do so, those parameters are nothing but moot.

i don't to have shit! becouse that are international established facts! i even posted a lnk to CIA, what do you think your assertions are more importener then the best intelligence service in the world... or the world bank Rolling Eyes

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Very simple: he said nearly all Soviet Scientists were Russian. I gave him that relatively large list of non-Russian soviet Scientists to disprove his claim. Those are names that can be researched, those are people that existed and exist and some of them have been crucial to the development of science and technology not only within USSR, but within the entire world.

i said the big major part is russian, you wannt to doubt that?

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 2:19 pm

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So? if you read my posts and notice the point I'm trying to make since the beggining of this discussion, you'll notice I'm adressing industrial output and potential, not the contradictory capitalisticity of the Soviet system.

so? it still cause a lot of nature resources and secondary-force to build and conservate them. i was not talking about the dollars but about the price.
Zealot_Kommunizma wrote:

Very simple: he said nearly all Soviet Scientists were Russian. I gave him that relatively large list of non-Russian soviet Scientists to disprove his claim. Those are names that can be researched, those are people that existed and exist and some of them have been crucial to the development of science and technology not only within USSR, but within the entire world.

I didn't have to include a single Russian scientist as my objective was merely to point out the factual innacuracy of RedSoviet's assertion. He said nearly all Soviet scientists were Russian, and I gave him several examples of Non-russian Soviet scientists, that's all.
thats right, but it still makes you look wrong. you should instead have showed him the results you just posted, that is much more conviencing.
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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 4:51 pm

Zealot_Kommunizma wrote:
Non-Russian Soviet Scientists: 165
Russian Soviet Scientists: 300
Mixed Soviet Scientists: 18
Total: 483
Non-Russian: 34.16%
Russian: 62.11%
Mixed: 3.72%


Just a question but, did you count all that list for that?

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 10:57 pm

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Non-Russian Soviet Scientists: 165


who are you trying to making to laugh??

483? are you fucking nuts? sovietunion had theenthousends of scientist, already for yugoslavias weapons industrie worked 8.000 designer's and what for ussr 500? damn fuck off and even with 2/3 we have the major part

so better countinue your list to some 10.000


Don't be silly RedSoviet, really don't be silly. We talked about the most prominent scientists, chief designers and inventors not about every single engineer, biologist and doctor - it would be millions of people from all republics, and I guarantee you that the proportion would be quite similar given the fact that lots of Ukrainians and Belarussians went to Russia to work for many plants had been established there (mainly due to German invasion).

And It's not even 2/3, it's less. And while "major part" it's deffinitely not "almost all".

For the record: considering that lots of plants were stablished in Ukraine, namely Antonov, Kharkov-Morozov, Yushmash, and several shipyards where all of USSR's aircraft carriers and Slava class cruisers were built, where do you think most engineers working on them came from? Considering that many of those Russian scientists taught their entire lives in Ukraine, how many thousands of scientists do you think developed due to them? But again, that's not even the point.

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i don't to have shit! becouse that are international established facts! i even posted a lnk to CIA, what do you think your assertions are more importener then the best intelligence service in the world... or the world bank Rolling Eyes

*i don't have to do shit

In other words, you don't speak English well enough or you simply are too lazy to read and/or process what you read.

Read well because I'm tired of repeating myself over and over: I'm not challenging the factual accuracy of those figures - I'm challenging their relevance to our discussion which is what you have to deffend if you want them to be valid here.

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i said the big major part is russian, you wannt to doubt that?

Your words were expressely "almost all", not "the major part". I never disagreed with the major part, I simply disagreed with your disproportionate assertion. It's not the same "almost all" as "the major part".


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Just a question but, did you count all that list for that?


Just so no one could tell me I'm making that up. RedSoviet wanted real numbers, I gave him real numbers, Tyrlop wanted a veridic-looking list, I sought for all prominent Soviet Scientists and made a list. Red Soviet said almost all Soviet Scientists were Russian, I had to prove him that it's not so. And more funnily, in the context in which he said it he actually meant mainly military scientists (as we talked about weapons' design) and it turns out that about 80% of the most advanced Soviet weaponry most of which nowadays forms the backbone of Russian Federation's military, and the industry that backs it up, were designed by or had great design and contruction contributions by non-Russian Soviet scientists most notably Ukrainian, Kazakh, Armenian and Georgian, completely shattering his point.

So I made all that list and research to give real foundation to my claims, to leave no space for doubt.

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sat May 16, 2009 11:22 pm

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Just so no one could tell me I'm making that up. RedSoviet wanted real numbers, I gave him real numbers, Tyrlop wanted a veridic-looking list, I sought for all prominent Soviet Scientists and made a list. Red Soviet said almost all Soviet Scientists were Russian, I had to prove him that it's not so. And more funnily, in the context in which he said it he actually meant mainly military scientists (as we talked about weapons' design) and it turns out that about 80% of the most advanced Soviet weaponry most of which nowadays forms the backbone of Russian Federation's military, and the industry that backs it up, were designed by or had great design and contruction contributions by non-Russian Soviet scientists most notably Ukrainian, Kazakh, Armenian and Georgian, completely shattering his point.

link? source? or prove it.

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Don't be silly RedSoviet, really don't be silly. We talked about the most prominent scientists, chief designers and inventors not abot every single engineer, biologist and doctor - it would be millions of people from all republics, and I guarantee you that the proportion would be quite similar given the fact that lots of Ukrainians and Belarussians went to Russia to work for many plants had been established there (mainly due to German invasion).

For the record: considering that lots of plants were stablished in Ukraine, namely Antonov, Kharkov-Morozov, Yushmash, and several shipyards where all of USSR's aircraft carriers and Slava class cruisers were built, where do you think most engineers working on them came from? Considering that many of those Russian scientists taught their entire lives in Ukraine, how many thousands of scientists do you think developed due to them? But again, that's not even the point.
First of all. all workers are equal. you mentioned this before, that it was everysingle engineer that build the spaceship and not gagarin that flew it. he was only a little part of it. its the same with this. a scientist and a simple engineer are equal. the scientist calculates the job and the worker completes it. both is very hard. at least give us some numbers here, its also a bit much to read 400 names, btw. was it names that you knew or did you get them from somewhere?
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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sun May 17, 2009 1:47 am

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And It's not even 2/3, it's less. And while "major part" it's deffinitely not "almost all".

the major part of scintist and designer's about some 3/4 like i said with designers encluded is for me almost all, ok the foreigners did a good work too but still hard majorly ther russians, lets end this by that to be fair

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I'm not challenging the factual accuracy of those figures - I'm challenging their relevance to our discussion which is what you have to deffend if you want them to be valid here.

ther valid becouse ther accuret, maybe you can't realy look on the situations of the normal people by GDP but if HDI is accuret then the situation is then a lot more clear and if Gini is then that shows that the the divide between rich and poor got smaller, so becouse the numbers are accurat i have nothing here to defend or discuss with you

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Sun May 17, 2009 11:16 pm

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link? source? or prove it.

Link to the source of that list: http://www.wikipedia.org search category "soviet scientists" and enter every single subcategory, that how I made that list and that's teh only way to prove it's vericity.

Zealot_Kommunizma wrote:

First of all. all workers are equal. you mentioned this before, that it was everysingle engineer that build the spaceship and not gagarin that flew it. he was only a little part of it. its the same with this.

And... how the hell am I saying the opposite?

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a scientist and a simple engineer are equal. the scientist calculates the job and the worker completes it. both is very hard.

Again, I don't see anything that contradicted this. I mentioned the people that came up with the idea first, with the greatest contributions to teh scientific development of the USSR, pioneers in their spheres of study, the most prominent teaches, creators of schools of study. Why because they're the most prominent, it's people you'll find biographies of because of they're particularily important roles in the development of a sphere of knowledge. You won't find the biographies of the thousands of workers that built an aircraft carrier even if every single worker is equally important there, you won't be able to assess their procedence and what not. However, those with more notable contributions will definitely be mentioned somewhere and that's the case with superb scientists and polymaths which is what that list consists of.

Now, it is also representative of the proportion of non-Russian scientists to Russian scientists within USSR - just translate that to the populational ratio: 51% of Soviet citizens were Russian while 49% were non-Russian.

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at least give us some numbers here, its also a bit much to read 400 names, btw. was it names that you knew or did you get them from somewhere?

It's mostly names I researched, and actually I found the suprise that many of the scientists I had thought to be Russian were actually Ukrainian, Bielorusian, Kazakh and Georgian.

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the major part of scintist and designer's about some 3/4 like i said with designers encluded is for me almost all, ok the foreigners did a good work too but still hard majorly ther russians, lets end this by that to be fair

Yes, teh major part were Russian, but definitely not all. And as you seem to have admited the contributions of non-Russians were quite important in many senses.

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ther valid becouse ther accuret, maybe you can't realy look on the situations of the normal people by GDP but if HDI is accuret then the situation is then a lot more clear and if Gini is then that shows that the the divide between rich and poor got smaller, so becouse the numbers are accurat i have nothing here to defend or discuss with you

RedSoviet, I already told you wjhy they're not valid for our discussion, do I really have to repeat these arguements or will you take your time to search for them and try proving them wrong?

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Mon May 18, 2009 4:01 pm

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Kenzu wrote:

We had a nice party in the neighborhood.


Your neighbourhood is all pro-USSR?

No, but my neighbourhood is all anti-nazi
And on the 9th of may is also Europe Day.

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PostSubject: Re: Happy Victory Day!   Mon May 18, 2009 6:42 pm

Oh that's cool.

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