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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- => Introducing Ibn al-Arabi's View of Time:
- => Oneness and the Four Levels of Symmetry
- => The Single Day
- => What is Time?
- => The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos
- => Ultimate Symmetry
- => Kirkus Review of Ultimate Symmetry
- => TIME CHEST - Introduction: God is the Time
- => TIME CHEST - Chapter 2: Physical Multiplicity and the Oneness of Being
- => TIME CHEST - 2.2 Ibn al-Arabi’s View of Time?
- => TIME CHEST - 2.2.10 The Secret of Time
- => TIME CHEST - About this Book
- => TIME CHEST - 3.1 The Duality of Time Postulate
- => TIME CHEST - 3.2 The Classical Elements and Quantum Field Theory
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3.2 The Dynamic Creation of Dimensions
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3.3 The Two Arrows of Time
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3.5 The Exclusion Principle
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3.6 The Source of Uncertainty
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3.7 Mass Gap and Yang-Mills Conjecture
- => TIME CHEST - 3.4.1 Deriving the Principles of Special and General Relativity
- => TIME CHEST - Conclusion
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 4. A Brief General Analysis:
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 5. The Dynamic Formation of Dimensions:
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 5.1. The Genuinely-Complex Time-Time Frame:
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 5.2. The Two Arrows of Time:
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 5.3. General Relativity Approximation:
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 6. Deriving the Principles of Special and General Relativity:
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 6.1. Lorentz Transformations:
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - Introduction
- => THE DOT POSTULATE - 2. Introduction:
- => The Single Monad Model
- => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 10. Introducing Ibn Arabi's View of Time:
- => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 1. What is Time?
- => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - PREFACE
- => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 15. The 'Single Day':
- => Solving the Arrow of Time Problem Based on the Duality of Time Theory
- => The Complex-Time Frame

... natural time' and 'paranatural time'. He also explains that the origin of this ultimately imaginary time is from the two forces of the soul: the active force and the intellective force. Desp ...

... concludes that we are imagining the reality because we are observing it from a genuinely imaginary time dimension. Since the ultimate reality is One, we cannot view it from outside, because ...

... nt' (see the following section) or the 'presence' - and this is the only real part of the imaginary time (see also section VI.8). We must note that the isotropic orb, which is the first orb ...

... ent that also the 'now' is not time. The present is not time, but it is rather a point in imaginary time, like a point on the line; although the line is composed of points, still each point ...

... ul: the active force and the intellective force, respectively. Then he explains that this imaginary time is cyclical, circular, relative, discrete and inhomogeneous. Ibn 'Arabî also gives a ...

... concludes that we are imagining the reality because we are observing it from a genuinely imaginary time dimension. Since the ultimate reality is One, we cannot view it from outside, because ...

... divine unity. People experience the world as they do because they only view it from an “imaginary time dimension,” a perch from the outside that can’t possibly exist if the universe is ...

... re the outer and inner levels of time, respectively. If we could conceptually stop the “imaginary time” , in which we are normally living, or evolving, we shall see a still picture of th ...

... ime: “physical’ and “psychical” , and explains that the origin of this ultimately imaginary time is from the two forces of the Soul: the active force and the intellectual force. Desp ...

... n gives another argument that also the “now” is not time. It is rather a point in the imaginary time, like a point on the line; although the line is composed of points, still each point ...

... real flow of time, space and matter are internally created, and they are observed in the imaginary time as they kinetically evolve. However, because observation is one single instance of ti ...

... no more than dreamlike passing shadows making some monotonous noise for a short period of imaginary time, before we leave this World to a relatively higher level of existence. Therefore, thi ...

... we are no more than passing shadows making some monotonous noise for this short period of imaginary time, before we leave this world to a relatively higher level of existence. Often when I r ...

... ich is the flat 2D space from which all elementary particles emerge as excitations in the imaginary time, and then condense and combine into atoms and molecules to form the various states of ...

... s re-created in internal chronological sequence, that then appears as one instance of the imaginary time, as split-complex or hyperbolic numbers. In reality, however, we can conceive of at l ...

... eation and can not exceed it, it is still possible to have the orthogonal state where the imaginary time is flowing at the speed of creation and the real part is interrupting it, from our pe ...

... d internally at the speed of light, like everything else, but they move through the outer imaginary time, at a limited velocity that can not reach the speed of light, while bosons move in sp ...

... ed of light in the real flow of time, and appear to be collectively moving in the outward imaginary time at the limited speed v ; thus the particle is described by (c, v) . The total kinetic ...

... s counter-intuitive. In reality, however, because this motion is happening in the outward imaginary time, which is perpendicular on the real flow of time that is creating space, and both are ...

... iscrete changes. So the individual geometrical points can either be at rest (in the outer/imaginary time) or at the speed of creation (in the inner/real time), while the apparent limited vel ...

... dimension of this infinite Euclidean sphere is split into the two conjugate directions of imaginary time where the physical and psychical worlds evolve, and they are continuously and sequent ...

... rence between inertial and non-inertial frames, because the instantaneous velocity in the imaginary time is always “zero”, whether the object is accelerating or not! This also means that ...

... s re-created in internal chronological sequence, that then appears as one instance of the imaginary time , so the total complex time is: , as split-complex or hyperbolic numbers. We can also ...

... ates: where or represent the inner real part of time : , and represents the outer imaginary time , so the total complex time is , where is the split-imaginary unit which defines hy ...

... eation and can not exceed it, it is still possible to have the orthogonal state where the imaginary time is flowing at the speed of creation and the real part is interrupting it, such that: ...

... is Book 5.3. General Relativity Approximation: The representation of space-time with imaginary time was used in the early formulation of Special Relativity, by Poincare (Poincaré, 1906 ...

... iscrete changes. So the individual geometrical points can either be at rest (in the outer/imaginary time) or at the speed of creation (in the inner/real time), while the apparent limited vel ...

... was originally shown by Poincare(Poincaré, 1906) that by using the mathematical trick of imaginary time, Lorentz transformation becomes a rotation between inertial frames. For example, if t ...

... no more than dreamlike passing shadows making some monotonous noise for a short period of imaginary time, before we leave this World to a relatively higher level of existence. Therefore, thi ...

... such as the relativity of scale, that may lead to fractal space-time. On the other hand, imaginary time had been successfully used in the early formulation of Special Relativity by Poincare ...

... ul: the active force and the intellective force, respectively. Then he explains that this imaginary time is cyclical, circular, relative, discrete and inhomogeneous. Ibn 'Arabî also gives a ...

... natural time' and 'paranatural time'. He also explains that the origin of this ultimately imaginary time is from the two forces of the soul: the active force and the intellective force. Desp ...

... ent that also the 'now' is not time. The present is not time, but it is rather a point in imaginary time, like a point on the line; although the line is composed of points, still each point ...

... ul: the active force and the intellective force, respectively. Then he explains that this imaginary time is cyclical, circular, relative, discrete and inhomogeneous. Ibn Arabi also gives a p ...

... t ' (see the following section) or the ' presence ' and this is the only real part of the imaginary time (see also section VI.8). We must note that the isotropic orb, which is the first orb ...

... eation and can not exceed it, it is still possible to have the orthogonal state where the imaginary time is flowing at the speed of creation and the real part is interrupting it, such that: ...

... e coordinates: where or represent the inner real part of time: , and represents the outer imaginary time, so the total complex time is , where is the split-imaginary unit which defines hyper ...

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... e To understand how all these major problems could be solved so easily, please study first the Duality of Time Postulate , that has been extracted from Chapter V of the Duality of Time book. ...

... e To understand how all these major problems could be solved so easily, please study first the Duality of Time Postulate , that has been extracted from Chapter V of the Duality of Time book. ...

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.

Welcome to the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos and Duality of Time Theory

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.

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**Mohamed Haj Yousef**

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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.