Scalar Energy for the World Vol. 3
Vol 3: Nikolai A. Kozyyrev, Scalar Energy Astrophysicist
Nikolai A. Kozyrev was born on September 2, 1908, in St. Petersburg, Russia, to Julia and Alexander Kozyrev. As a young man, Kozyrev aspired to become an astrophysicist and he subsequently was admitted to Leningrad University where he received degrees in physics and mathematics. Upon graduating in 1928, Kozyrev pursued his post-graduate studies at the Pulkovo Observatory where he conducted astronomical observations that would serve to have profound and far-reaching implications. One of Kozyrev’s discoveries was that sunspots extended beyond the sun’s surface and that the center of the sun was hollow and rather cool.
Kozyrev concluded that it was scalar energy that powered the sun and was subsequently responsible for solar phenomena, such as those sunspots.