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• => The Duality of Time Theory
• ... ecome various wave phenomena and energy interactions as soon as we dive into their microscopic level, as it is now confirmed by Quantum Field Theories. In the Duality of Time Theory , since rigid space is created sequentially in the inner time , energy may become negative, imaginary and ev ...

• => TIME CHEST - 3.1 The Duality of Time Postulate
• ... y become pure wave phenomena and energy interactions as soon as we dive into their microscopic levels, as it is now confirmed by Quantum Field Theories. In the Duality of Time Theory, since rigid space is created sequentially in the inner time, energy may become negative, imaginary and eve ...

• => The Homogeneity Problem
• ... ed sequentially in the inner levels of time, all the states are synchronized before they appear as one instance in the normal time level. This would not have been conceivable without taking rigid space as flowing time in the inner level, and thus the outer time becomes latent to it. So the ...

• => The Horizon Problem
• ... ed sequentially in the inner levels of time, all the states are synchronized before they appear as one instance in the normal time level. This would not have been conceivable without taking rigid space as flowing time in the inner level, and thus the outer time becomes latent to it. So the ...

• => The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory
• ... ecome various wave phenomena and energy interactions as soon as we dive into their microscopic level, as it is now confirmed by Quantum Field Theories. In the Duality of Time Theory , since rigid space is created sequentially in the inner time , energy may become negative, imaginary and ev ...

• => DUALITY OF TIME - Introduction: The Secret of Time
• ... y become pure wave phenomena and energy interactions as soon as we dive into their microscopic levels, as it is now confirmed by Quantum Field Theories. In the Duality of Time Theory, since rigid space is created sequentially in the inner time, energy may become negative, imaginary and eve ...

• => DUALITY OF TIME - 3.7  Strings Theory
• ... ed sequentially in the inner levels of time, all the states are synchronized before they appear as one instance in the normal time level. This would not have been conceivable without taking rigid space as flowing time in the inner level, and thus the outer time becomes latent to it. 3.9.19 ...

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• ## ... Islamic Cosmology =>:

• ... istory of the universe or in black holes. That is why quintessence models would be promising in this regard, since they are formulated on scalar fields with time-dependent equation of state, ...

• ## ... Ibn Al-Arabi =>:

• ... istory of the universe or in black holes. That is why quintessence models would be promising in this regard, since they are formulated on scalar fields with time-dependent equation of state, ...

• ## ... Mohamed Haj Yousef =>:

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• ## ... Single Monad Model =>:

• ... s. If glueballs exist, they are massive, which is why a mass gap is 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 ...

• ## ... Duality Of Time =>:

• ... istory of the universe or in black holes. That is why quintessence models would be promising in this regard, since they are formulated on scalar fields with time-dependent equation of state, ...

• ## ... Ultimate Symmetry =>:

• ... istory of the universe or in black holes. That is why quintessence models would be promising in this regard, since they are formulated on scalar fields with time-dependent equation of state, ...

• ## ... Cosmology =>:

• ... Is the present moment physically distinct from the past and future, or is it merely an emergent property of consciousness? The concept of time is the most fundamental problem in physics and cosmology, and the current theories do not provide any detailed explanation of the the nature of tim ...

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• ... he universe or in black holes. That is why quintessence models would be promising in this regard, since they are formulated on scalar fields with time-dependent equation of state, ...

• ## ... Space-Time =>:

• ... kind recognized that the theory could be given a description in space and time in terms of strings. The scattering amplitudes were derived systematically from the action principle, giving a space-time picture to the vertex operators. In 1971, Pierre Ramond (b. 1943) added fermions to the m ...

• ## ... Spacetime =>:

• ... istory of the universe or in black holes. That is why quintessence models would be promising in this regard, since they are formulated on scalar fields with time-dependent equation of state, ...

• ## ... Special Relativity =>:

• ... but detailed physical and mathematical picture of quantum space-time. 3.9  Major Unsolved Problems In 1900, in the same year when quantum physics was born, and just a few years before SPECIAL RELATIVITY , physicist Lord Kelvin declared: â€œThere is nothing new to discover in physi ...

• ## ... General Relativity =>:

• ... . In Strings Theory, one must typically specify a fixed reference geometry for space-time, and all other possible geometries are described as perturbations of this fixed one. This is unlike GENERAL RELATIVITY which is background independent because does not privilege any particular space-t ...

• ## ... Quantum Mechanics =>:

• ... posed a problem for theorists because it suggested that black holes destroy information. More precisely, Hawkingâ€™s calculation seemed to conflict with one of the basic postulates of quantum mechanics, which states that physical systems evolve in time according to the Schroedinger e ...

• ## ... Quantum Field Theory =>:

• ... major advance in physicistsâ€™ understanding of Strings Theory and Quantum Gravity. One reason for this is that the correspondence provides a formulation of Strings Theory in terms of QUANTUM FIELD THEORY , which is well understood by comparison. Another reason is that it provides a g ...

• ## ... Speed Of Light =>:

• ... of Time Theory, because space and matter are perpetually being re-created in the inner levels of time, non-local motion, and not only transfer of information, can occur without breaking the speed of light limit, as we shall explain in chapters V and VI. 3.9.4  Physical Information Doe ...

• ## ... Symmetry =>:

• ... m the action principle, giving a space-time picture to the vertex operators. In 1971, Pierre Ramond (b. 1943) added fermions to the model, which led him to formulate a two-dimensional super-symmetry to cancel the wrong-sign states. In the fermion theories, the critical dimension was 10, bu ...

• ## ... Supersymmetry =>:

• ... istory of the universe or in black holes. That is why quintessence models would be promising in this regard, since they are formulated on scalar fields with time-dependent equation of state, ...

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.