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  • ... complex time-time geometry , but it unifies this whole physical world with the two other even more fundamental domains of the psychical and spiritual worlds . All these three conclusive and complementary realms are constructed on the same concept of space-time geometry that together form o ...


  • => TIME CHEST - 3.1 The Duality of Time Postulate
  • ... y-complex time-time geometry, but it unifies this whole physical world with the two other even more fundamental domains of the psychical and spiritual worlds. All these three conclusive and complementary realms are constructed on the same concept of complex time-time geometry that together ...


  • => Solving the Problem of Dark Energy According to the Duality of Time Theory
  • ... ioned in section 9.19, the Duality of Time suggest that this energy come from the (0, c) space-time structure that is the complementary part of the normal physical particles. When these two complementary realms meet, they form together absolute symmetrical space, without any matter cluster ...


  • => The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory
  • ... complex time-time geometry , but it unifies this whole physical world with the two other even more fundamental domains of the psychical and spiritual worlds . All these three conclusive and complementary realms are constructed on the same concept of space-time geometry that together form o ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - Introduction: The Secret of Time
  • ... y-complex time-time geometry, but it unifies this whole physical world with the two other even more fundamental domains of the psychical and spiritual worlds. All these three conclusive and complementary realms are constructed on the same concept of complex time-time geometry that together ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 3.7  Strings Theory
  • ... we mentioned in section 9.19, the Duality of Time suggest that this energy come from the space-time structure that is the complementary part of the normal physical particles. When these two complementary realms meet, they form together absolute symmetrical space, without any matter cluster ...



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