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Vladimir V. Litovskiy Dr. Sci. (Geograph.), Head of the Productive Force and Territorial Planning Sector
Institute of Economics of the Ural Branch Russian of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation
The article presents new information about the scientific heritage of the Permian geochemist N.K. Chudinov. This information is given in view of the latest news about the discovery of ancient living microbes in salt crystals and permafrost. The story is laid out about the discovery of geobiogenesis phenomenon and the overthrow of the anabiosis of microbes in the potassium salts of the Upper Kama River field. These discoveries gave rise to a new era in modern natural science. Ideas about the triad logic of the evolution of matter in nature have been opened. A new base of the modern worldview has been formed. This is important for breakthrough in the Earth Science, medicine, highly effective economic nature-like technologies now.
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Nikolai Chudinov, geobiogenesis, ultra-long-term suspended anabiosis, liveable paleoorganisms, potassium salts, Upper Kama River field.

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