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I Want Elon Musk To Name The First City On Mars Bogdangrad.

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In Honor of the Bogdanoffs Great Contributions To Science:

and many others would like Elon Musk, SpaceX and any other organizations involved in travel to Mars to name the first discovered city Bogdangrad in honor of the great accomplishments of Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff .

The Big Bog

Many scientists look to the Big Bang as the starting point of existence, but the Bogdanoffs look beyond the Big Bang and theorize the massive energetic force that went into the creation of the Big Bog, existence and the universe itself.

Here's A Quick Rundown On The Bogdanoffs

Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff are fraternal twin brothers born to Yuri Mikhaïlovitch Osten-Sacken-Bogdanoff (1928-2012), a Russian painter of Tatar origin and descent from a line of Princes Bogdanoff, and to Maria Maya Dolores Franzyska Kolowrat-Krakowská (1926-1982). Igor was the first born and his brother Grichka was born 40 minutes later. They were raised by their maternal grandmother, Countess Bertha Kolowrat-Krakowská (1890-1982), in Saint-Lary, Gers in Southern France.[2]

The twins spoke German, also learning French, Russian and English. The twins claim they learnt the various languages through contact with housekeepers and workers and that as young children, they had access to a rich, multilingual library, also developing an interest in astronomy.

Igor Bogdanoff received a Diplôme d'Études Approfondies (DEA) in semiology and a doctorate in theoretical physics, while Grichka Bogdanoff earned a diploma at the Institut d'Études Politiques (IEP) and a doctorate in mathematics.

Television shows
 
In 1976, after they jointly published their first book Clefs pour la science-fiction. Roland Barthes wrote the introduction which was also published in the respected literary publication La Quinzaine littéraire. They were interviewed on Antenne 2 programme Un sur Cinq hosted by Patrice Laffont and where they presented a feature on science fiction. They moved later to TF1, interviewed by Yves Mourousi on TF1 who proposed them a regular science fiction section on his weekly Bon appétit, concentrating on robots and extraterrestrial phenomenon. This way a TV career was launched and they went on to have their own popular shows like Temps X.

They later on produced and hosted two other scientific shows: 2002 – L'Odyssée du Futur in 1982 and Futur's, a weekly show in 1989. Other shows included Projet X 13 on 13ème Rue Universal and a shorter show Rayon X on France 2 and in 2008, Science X and Science 2 also on France 2. But these shows received increasingly negative reviews from more established scientific publications resulting in Science X being discontinued.

In 2010, they returned with a new scientific TV magazine À deux pas du futur on France 2 rebroadcast in 2011 on France 5. Time later, the Bogdanoff brothers preside on a chair of Cosmology at the private Megatrend University of Belgrade.

Academic career


Main article: Bogdanov affair
The preparation of both brothers for doctorates in 1991 in Promordial Cosmology at University of Bordeaux 1 created a number of controversies for them, with the university's director of thesis receiving a number of appeals, including influential figures in the university, to disallow their continued enrollment in the university's doctoral programme. The Bogdanoff brothers decided to move to Dijon, where they continued their thesis at the University of Burgundy. At the end of the two dissertation defenses, Grishka Bogdanoff was awarded the title of doctor "conditional on review of manuscript under the supervision of three members of a university scientific jury", Igor Bogdanoff's thesis was reset. He eventually obtained his doctorate three years later on 8 July 2002. Between 2001 and 2003 they published five articles with two republished in Annals of Physics and Classical and Quantum Gravity. Grichka Bogdanoff's thesis was "Fluctuations quantiques de la signature de la métrique à l'échelle de Planck" (1999) and Igor Bogdanoff's "État topologique de l'espace-temps à l'échelle zéro" (2002).

In 2002, a bigger controversy arose around the Bogdanoff brothers' work. It came to be known as the Bogdanov affair, arising from an academic dispute regarding the legitimacy of a series of theoretical physics papers written by the brothers. Debate erupted over the degree to which the work constituted a contribution to physics or was, instead, meaningless. The ensuing dispute drew considerable coverage in the mainstream media.

Ahead of Their Time

In order to understand the future you have to look to the past and the Bogdanoffs understand this. Many of their theories and claims are disputed by "peer review" because their theories and thesis' are so far ahead of their time. In 2005 they predicted the creation of the Quantum Computer and worked with various companies to make it happen. There have also been rumors that the twins predicted cell phones and the internet itself in the early 80s. They own research labs around the globe and are truly the face of modern science.

We need Bogdangrad to be the first city on Mars. If the brothers chose so, they can be the first great kings of Bogdangrad, they are know to rule with an iron but fair fist! We would also like the provinces of Igormar and Gricha's Land established, but Bogdangrad will be the first city and that is most important now.

 Thank you, please share with you friends for awareness, and for science! 

"Remember, an idea is only 'crazy' until it's not."

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