# Top Pages Related to: Geometrical Points

• => Temporal Numbers
• ... explains all the fundamental interactions, and not only gravity, based on the new complex-time geometry, but even pure mathematics is now fundamentally relativistic, since its very abstract geometrical points are being dynamically created at the speed of light. Therefore, all kinds of obje ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - II.4.1 Super-symmetry and its Breaking
• ... dimensional space, according to our normal perception. Therefore, the Universe, as a whole, is in this perfect state of Bose-Einstein Condensation, which is a state of Oneness , because its geometrical points are indistinguishable and non-interacting, so it is a perfectly symmetrical and h ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.2 Ultimate Symmetry of Constant Entities
• ... st. With regard to its own being, however, this flat space is not moving at all, because it exists in all places at once, since its speed is  in all directions. Therefore, the abstract geometrical points of this flat three dimensional space are absolutely constant, and they are called ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - 6.2.  The Mass-Energy Equivalence Relation:
• ... s from moving at the speed of light, in which case , so the mass  would be infinite and also the energy. In the inner levels of time, however, this would be the normal behavior because the geometrical points are still massless, and their continuous coupling and decoupling is what generate ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - Method I (abrupt change of speed in the inner time):
• ... me and the resulting perpetual re-creation, this problem is solved because the conversion between mass and energy takes place, sequentially, in the inner levels of time, on all the massless geometrical points that constitute the particle, and this whole process appears as one instance in t ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.2.2 The Speed of Light as the Fractal Dimension
• ... r-fluid. The wave-lengths of particles are a reflection of how often they fluctuate between the inner and outer dimensions of time, also relative to the number of their individual monads or geometrical points and in what dimensions they extend, which eventually rules how they interact with ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - Method III (the total relativistic energy):
• ... n 8 over the inner and outer time together, since in the inner time the rest energy , or mass , is generated at the speed of creation  as a result of the instantaneous coupling between the geometrical points which constitute the particle of mass  (thus  and  in the inner time), and in ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - 7.1.  Super-symmetry and its Breaking:
• ... sional space, according to our normal perception. Therefore, the Universe, as a whole, is in this perfect state of Bose-Einstein Condensation, which is a state of “Oneness”, because its geometrical points are indistinguishable and non-interacting, so it is a perfectly symmetrical and h ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - 7.3.  Uncertainty:
• ... ativity and Quantum Mechanics by Mohamed Haj Yousef [ PDF Download ] Search Inside this Book 7.3.  Uncertainty:   On the other hand, if we suppose the particle is composed of  individual geometrical points, each of which is either in the inner or outer levels of time, so their individua ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.4.3 The Duality of Time Postulate
• ... gy, velocity, acceleration and even the dimensions of space, are emergent properties; observable only on the outward level of time, as a result of the temporal coupling between at least two geometrical points or complex-time instances. Moreover, just like the complete dimensions of space, ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - 5.3.  General Relativity Approximation:
• ... complex and granular, in which case the instantaneous velocity is always zero, while the apparent physical velocity is a result of the superposition of all the velocities of the individual geometrical points , which constitute the object of observation, and each of which is either zero, i ...

• => Solving the Major Problems in Physics and Csomology Based on the Duality of Time Theory
• ... imensional space, according to our normal perception. Therefore, the Universe, as a whole, is in this perfect state of Bose-Einstein Condensation, which is a state of "Oneness", because its geometrical points are indistinguishable and non-interacting, so it is a perfectly symmetrical and h ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - 5.1.  The Genuinely-Complex Time-Time Frame:
• ... responds to absolute zero temperature (0 K ). This dynamic vacuum state is therefore a super-fluid, which is a perfect Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC), since it consists of indistinguishable geometrical points that all share the same state. In quantum field theory, complex-scalar fields are ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - II.1.5 Higgs Mechanism
• ... corresponds to absolute zero temperature (). This dynamic vacuum state is therefore a super fluid, which is a perfect Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC), since it consists of indistinguishable geometrical points that all share the same state. In Quantum Field Theory, complex-scalar fields are ...

• => TIME CHEST - 3.3.4 Super-symmetry and its Breaking
• ... ional space, according to our normal perception. Therefore, the Universe, as a whole, is in this perfect state of Bose-Einstein Condensation, which is a state of “Oneness” , because its geometrical points are indistinguishable and non-interacting, so it is a perfectly symmetrical and h ...

• => TIME CHEST - 3.3.6 The Source of Uncertainty
• ... ve Duality: from Time Confinement to Space Transcendence by Mohamed Haj Yousef Search Inside this Book 3.3.6 The Source of Uncertainty If we suppose the particle is composed of N individual geometrical points, or monads, each of which is an instance of the Single Monad, then these points a ...

• => TIME CHEST - 3.3.7 Mass Gap and Yang-Mills Conjecture
• ... uantum Mechanics ...

• => Problem of Color Confinement Based on the Duality of Time Theory
• ... expected. As we noted in section 9.13, the solution to this problem is in the duality nature of time which stems from the Single Monad Model. In the resulting dynamic creation of space, the geometrical points which are the individual temporary monads, can not exist together, so they are co ...

• => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.4.2 General Relativity Approximation
• ... complex and granular, in which case the instantaneous velocity is always zero, while the apparent physical velocity is a result of the superposition of all the velocities of the individual geometrical points , which constitute the object of observation, and each of which is either zero, i ...

• => TIME CHEST - 3.4.7 The Theoretical Speed of Light
• ... r-fluid. The wave-lengths of particles are a reflection of how often they fluctuate between the inner and outer dimensions of time, also relative to the number of their individual monads or geometrical points and in what dimensions they extend, which eventually rules how they interact with ...

• => THE DOT POSTULATE - 4.  A Brief General Analysis:
• ... gy, velocity, acceleration and even the dimensions of space, are emergent properties; observable only on the outward level of time, as a result of the temporal coupling between at least two geometrical points or complex-time instances. Moreover, just like the complete dimensions of space, ...

• => Solving the Major Problems in Physics and Csomology Based on the Duality of Time Theory
• ... imensional space, according to our normal perception. Therefore, the Universe, as a whole, is in this perfect state of Bose-Einstein Condensation, which is a state of "Oneness", because its geometrical points are indistinguishable and non-interacting, so it is a perfectly symmetrical and h ...

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The science of Time is a noble science, that reveals the secret of Eternity. Only the Elites of Sages may ever come to know this secret. It is called the First Age, or the Age of ages, from which time is emerging.
Ibn al-Arabi [The Meccan Revelations: Volume I, page 156. - Trns. Mohamed Haj Yousef]

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I have no doubt that this is the most significant discovery in the history of mathematics, physics and philosophy, ever!

By revealing the mystery of the connection between discreteness and contintuity, this novel understanding of the complex (time-time) geometry, will cause a paradigm shift in our knowledge of the fundamental nature of the cosmos and its corporeal and incorporeal structures.