The Third International Conference on Global Civilization Problems

First Announcement

The Civilization Project will host its Third International Conference on global civilization problems on December 1-2, 2001 in Moscow, Russia.

The first day of the conference will be split in two sections. The first (before lunch) will feature presentations and an open discussion on natural science topics, while the second half after lunch will cover presentations on the Humanities.

The second day of the conference will also consist of two parts. Starting from 3 p.m. there will be a broad discussion on global civilization problems, including science, culture, religion, followed by an informal reception. Several well-known speakers, including foreign guests, have already agreed to participate in the conference.

The conference is open to the public, and all interested are invited to attend and submit presentations. The Civilization Project expects to hear from a wide range of parties without a division on adherents of the conventional or new chronology. The goal of the conference is to find the truth or at least approach it rather than defeat an opponent during a discussion.

All further questions about attending the conference or submitting abstracts should be emailed to Don_t forget to include your name and particulars. Your comments and proposals on the conference structure and work are also welcome at