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  • => The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory
  • ... sting problems in Physics and Cosmology , and provided the first logical interpretation of Quantum Mechanics ; in addition to uniting the corporeal and incorporeal worlds into one perfectly-symmetrical space, as explained in the Ultimate Symmetry , that is Volume III in the Single Monad Mo ...


  • => The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory
  • ... al and spiritual worlds . All these three conclusive and complementary realms are constructed on the same concept of space-time geometry that together form one single absolute and perfectly symmetrical space. This particular subject is treated at length in the Third Volume of this book ser ...


  • => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - i.4 The Principle of Love and Stationary Action
  • ... ey were nothing , but not from nothing , because their origin is vacuum that the absolute existence described the spherical  three-dimensional flat space, without time. When this hyper-symmetrical space is broken into the two arrows of time of the physical and psychical worlds, , , re ...


  • => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - IV.2.2 The Mathematical One-to-Many Relation
  • ... tence, while in reality, the creations are imaginary and the real existence is attributed only to God. In this Real Being, every point of space is itself the whole changeless and ultimately symmetrical space, without flowing time. This mysterious fact has been nicely expressed by Ibn al-Ar ...


  • => Solving the Problem of Dark Matter According to the Duality of Time Theory
  • ... dark energy, as we shall see below, is (0, c). The other two space-time structures: (0, 0) and (c, c), correspond to earth and fire, which are the two extreme states of void and the perfect symmetrical space between which the Universe is constantly fluctuating. List of Some Major Problems ...


  • => Solving the Problem of Dark Energy According to the Duality of Time Theory
  • ... 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 clustering. This means that (0, c) is balancing the effect of ...


  • => The Duality of Time Theory
  • ... al and spiritual worlds . All these three conclusive and complementary realms are constructed on the same concept of space-time geometry that together form one single absolute and perfectly symmetrical space. This particular subject is treated at length in the Third Volume of this book ser ...


  • => Oneness versus Multiplicity
  • ... tence, while in reality, the creations are imaginary and the real existence is attributed only to God. In this Real Being, every point of space is itself the whole changeless and ultimately symmetrical space, without flowing time. This mysterious fact has been nicely expressed by Ibn al-Ar ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 7.2  The Hidden Symmetry
  • ... d are described as and respectively, and they form together the flat space, the space of constant entities described in chapter VI. This absolute flat Euclidean space is a fully spherically symmetrical space, without time, as described by Equation 6.3 and Figure 6.5 in chapter VI. Therefor ...


  • => DUALITY OF TIME - 3.7  Strings Theory
  • ... mal matter , while dark energy, as we shall see below, is . The other two space-time structures: and , correspond to earth and fire, which are the two extreme states of void and the perfect symmetrical space between which the Universe is constantly fluctuating. 3.9.20  Dark Energy As ...



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