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Парадигмы современной науки

Publication date: 11.05.2018
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Savotkin Nikolai Aleksandrovich , Honorary Worker of Education , учитель физики и математики высших категорий
, Мурманская обл

«Здоровье и экономика организации жизни»

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In this article it is noted that interaction and competition in natural selection led to a unified biosystem and trophic chain creation, where, with necessary and sufficient consumption correspondence to environment was created – the health of all its chains, the optimal development of life was ensured with minimal expenditure of substances and energy. With the help of sense and technical achievements, mankind emerged from the food chain of the Biosystem and using unreasonable organization of life, became a parasite of Nature, worsening it, its own and individual human health, turned into a "machine" for transferring the planet's resources into waste. The organization of human life allows us to achieve only 6% of the possible efficiency of the economy and leads to the loss of not less than half of its own and individual possible health.

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Publication date: 21.02.2017
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Serebrennikova Anna Valeryevna , doctor of jurisprudence sciences , доцент, профессор
Lomonosov Moscow State University , Москва г

«Criminal-law protection of the right to privacy and private life secret, the privacy of correspondence, post and telecommunication privacy in additional German criminal law»

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The article deals with current issues related to criminal-legal protection of the right to the inviolability and secret of private life, the right to privacy of correspondence, post and telecommunications secrecy. The author notes that the system of penal law of Germany has a complex layered structure and consists not only of appropriate codified act, but the criminal law of the land, and the so-called additional criminal laws (Nebengesetze), i.e., laws not included in the criminal code, which c