The discussion about the existence and importance of experimental study of the strong time noninvariance in quantum physics lasts more than 10 years (see arXiv:hep-ph/0002084, physics/0612089v2 and others). Its essence is that the inequality of forward and reversed processes is quite usual in the quantum physics. As a fact it is a real physical base of most phenomena in nonlinear optics. The situation is quite similar to those when we do not see a forest behind the trees. However, this is an unusual discussion: it has one-sided character. The theorists are silent as a fish, and the experimentalists are afraid of working in this direction without the theorist's approval. As a result the quantum physics stagnates: instead of studying a physical mechanism of phenomena, the scientists study its abstract mathematical models. The reason of such sabotage is not clear for me, but some sense exists that it is located outside of the physics. There are absent any objective obstacles for experimental study of time noninvariance in quantum physics. I am sure that it will be quick and widespread experimental study, but we need now in some outside push, which can move the situation from the dead point. The nature of this push and who can make it are also not clear. So, I'd like to know the opinions of or advices from the participants of the forum about the discussed situation (please, send your comments after the examination with the subject of discussion).