- selected WORKS
- THE METABOLISM of the TIME
- SPECTRUM-Revoluti ON/OFF
- THE edge OF THE edge=0
- THE ILLUSION OF THE THIRD SUN
- AEON OF PANGAEA -
- ENTOLOMOLOGY AUTOPOIETIC SISTEM
- THE ULTIMATE CAPITAL IS THE SUN
- AUTOPOIESIS
- ILLUSIONARY SPACE
- HYPNEROTOMACHIA UNIVERSALIS
- KING OF BLUE-destroying the boundaries
- THE POLITICS OF TIME TRAVEL
- 2009 MIND DIFFERENT BRAIN
- 2010-2039 CHESSCUBE MIND ROOMS the degrees of freedom
- MENTAL STATE XYZ-t is a continuation of the C.M.R.P.
- ENTERING THE MIND'S I
- 2008 incompleteness theorem
- 2007 incompleteness theorem
- 2006 incompleteness theorem
- 2005 incompleteness theorem
- 2004 incompleteness theorem
- 2003 incompleteness theorem
- 2002 incompleteness theorem
- 2001 incompleteness theorem
- 1975 Novikov self-consistency principle
- GODEL CANTOR AND THE QUANTUM BIT

The Novikov self-consistency principle, also known as the Novikov self-consistency conjecture, is a principle developed by Russian physicist Igor Dmitriyevich Novikov in the mid-1980s to solve the problem of paradoxes in time travel, which is theoretically permitted in certain solutions of general relativity (solutions containing what are known as closed timelike curves). The principle asserts that if an event exists that would give rise to a paradox, or to any "change" to the past whatsoever, then the probability of that event is zero. It would thus be impossible to create time paradoxes.