The **Duality of Time Theory**, that results from the
**Single Monad Model of the Cosmos**, explains how *physical multiplicity* is emerging from absolute
(metaphysical) *Oneness*, at every instance of our normal time! This leads to the **Ultimate Symmetry** of space and its dynamic formation and breaking into the *physical* and *psychical* (supersymmetrical) creations, in orthogonal time directions. *General Relativity* and *Quantum Mechanics* are complementary **consequences** of the Duality of Time Theory, and all the fundamental interactions become properties of the new **granular complex-time geometry**, at diifferent dimensions. - **=> Conference Talk [Detailed Presentation]**

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- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 6.3. The Equivalence Principle of General Relativity
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- => The Complex-Time Frame
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- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.1 Normal Symmetry and Classical Physics
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.1.2 Symmetry in Electromagnetism
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.3.1 Types of Symmetry
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.4.3 The Duality of Time Postulate
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- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - II.1.3 The Fundamental Interactions
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - II.2 Symmetry and Super Symmetry in the Standard Model
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - II.4.2 The Two Arrows of Time
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - III.1 Hyper Symmetry and Relativity

... of wave function. This is in fact the philosophical reason behind the first principle of Special Relativity, i.e. the laws of physics are invariant in all inertial systems that are non-acce ...

... ar to it [ [1] ]. This unexpected result initiated active research that eventually led to Special Relativity in 1905 [ [2] ]. The speed of light in vacuum is then considered the maximum spee ...

... icular to it [ ]. This unexpected result initiated active research that eventually led to Special Relativity in 1905 [ ]. The speed of light in vacuum is then considered the maximum speed wh ...

... icular to it [ ]. This unexpected result initiated active research that eventually led to Special Relativity in 1905 [ ]. The speed of light in vacuum is then considered the maximum speed wh ...

... me of reference were considered to have occurred simultaneously also in all other frames. Special Relativity, based on the principle that light travels at the same finite speed in all direct ...

... ginary) level of time. Indeed, there is even no need to introduce the second principle of Special Relativity, which says that the laws of physics are invariant between inertial frames, neith ...

... and non-inertial frames, thus there is even no need to introduce the second principle of Special Relativity, which says that the laws of physics are invariant between inertial frames, neith ...

... s able to express it in mathematical equations, but shortly after that, the new theory of Special Relativity generated the same equations without ever referring to aether. Therefore, the suc ...

... c phenomena. This unexpected null result initiated active research that eventually led to Special Relativity in 1905, to be generalized after ten years for non-inertial frames. The speed of ...

... n induction. When Einstein combined this equivalence principle with the two principles of Special Relativity, he was able to predict the curved geometry of space-time, which is directly rela ...

... te and without any interaction with physical objects. Therefore, after the development of Special Relativity, aether theories became scientifically obsolete, although Einstein himself said t ...

... be also inferred from the current understanding of time dilation and space contraction of Special Relativity), because the physical dimensions are not yet defined at this metaphysical level. ...

... erval which is the modulus of complex time: , and it is indeed the same proper time, , in Special Relativity: (3) The reason why we are getting th ...

... The representation of space-time with imaginary time was used in the early formulation of Special Relativity, by Poincare (Poincaré, 1906), and even Minkowski (Einstein, 2010), but because ...

... te and without any interaction with physical objects. Therefore, after the development of Special Relativity, aether theories became scientifically obsolete, although Einstein himself said t ...

... nd MORLEY, 1991). This unexpected result initiated active research that eventually led to Special Relativity in 1905 (Einstein, 2005). The speed of light in vacuum is then considered the max ...

... (relativistic mass): If we want to consider mass to be variable with speed as in early Special Relativity, and distinguish between rest mass: and relativistic mass: , according to the s ...

... n induction. When Einstein combined this equivalence principle with the two principles of Special Relativity, he was able to predict the curved geometry of space-time, which is directly rela ...

... ha and S.N. Bose; With a , pp. 70–88. General Books LLC. Fjelstad, P. (1986). Extending Special Relativity via the perplex numbers. American Journal of Physics 54 (5), 416–422. Ge ...

... ha and S.N. Bose; With a , pp. 70–88. General Books LLC. Fjelstad, P. (1986). Extending Special Relativity via the perplex numbers. American Journal of Physics 54 (5), 416–422. Ge ...

... On the other hand, imaginary time had been successfully used in the early formulation of Special Relativity by Poincare (Poincaré, 1906), and even Minkowski (Einstein, 2010), but it was la ...

... ils. In 1900, in the same year when quantum physics was born, and just a few years before Special Relativity, physicist Lord Kelvin declared: “ There is nothing new to discover in physics. ...

... ime: |t_c|=sqrt{t_r^2-t_i^2} < t_r, and this is actually the proper time as defined in Special Relativity. The Two Orthogonal Arrows of Time However, it should be noted here that, unlike ...

... er to these hyperbolic numbers . Hyperbolic geometry was used in the early formulation of Special Relativity to represent Lorentz boost as a rotation in the imaginary plane, but it will be s ...

... c phenomena. This unexpected null result initiated active research that eventually led to Special Relativity in 1905, to be generalized after ten years for non-inertial frames. The speed of ...

... ation CHAPTER III: HYPER SYMMETRY III.1 Hyper Symmetry and Relativity III.1.1 Symmetry in Special Relativity III.1.2 Symmetry in General Relativity III.1.3 The Principle of General Covarianc ...

... The representation of space-time with imaginary time was used in the early formulation of Special Relativity, by Poincar , and even Minkowski, but because there were no substantial reasons t ...

... ge invariance, as we shall discuss further in section II.1.1. In 1905, with the advent of Special Relativity, where the invariance of the speed of light was one of its primary principle, tog ...

... rum of radiation, such as radio waves, X-rays, infrared and gamma rays. After introducing Special Relativity, Einstein recognized that Maxwell s equations are covariant with respect to the L ...

... this forms a symmetry that is described by Poincar group, which is the symmetry group of Special Relativity. Symmetry can also be observed with respect to the passage of time, like all type ...

... by Einstein himself. Since this relation forms the basis of Dirac equation which combined Special Relativity with Quantum Mechanics and lead to the development of some effective quantum fiel ...

... f Quantum Mechanics in 1920s, Quantum Field Theory tried to combine classical fields with Special Relativity and Quantum Mechanics in one theoretical framework for constructing quantum mecha ...

... Inside this Book II.1.2 Quantum Field Theories In trying to merge Quantum Mechanics with Special Relativity, Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations, replaced Schroedinger equation with a covarian ...

... On the other hand, imaginary time had been successfully used in the early formulation of Special Relativity by Poincar , and even Minkowski, but it was later replaced by the Minkowskian fou ...

... rotational symmetry and the inertial reference frame invariance, central to the theory of Special Relativity. The Standard Model is a non-Abelian gauge theory quantized through path-integral ...

... erval which is the modulus of complex time: , and it is indeed the same proper time, , in Special Relativity: (2.3) Hence: (2.4) The reason why we are gettin ...

... s able to express it in mathematical equations, but shortly after that, the new theory of Special Relativity generated the same equations without ever referring to aether. Therefore, the suc ...

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... Space Transcendence Read this short concise exploration of the Duality of Time Postulate: DoT: The Duality of Time Postulate and Its Consequences on General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics ...

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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.

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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.

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