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 Cosmic Computer
- => The Cosmic Heart
- => The Greatest Element
- => The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos
- => TIME CHEST - Introduction: God is the Time
- => TIME CHEST - 2.2 Ibn al-Arabi’s View of Time?
- => TIME CHEST - 2.3 Outline of the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos
- => TIME CHEST - 3.2.1 The Five Fundamental Interactions
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3 The Logical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3.8 Wave-Particle Duality
- => TIME CHEST - 3.3.13 Quantum Causality
- => TIME CHEST - 3.4.7 The Theoretical Speed of Light
- => TIME CHEST - Conclusion
- => SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 5. The Greatest Element:
- => Logical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics based on the Duality of Time Theory
- => The Problem of Non-Locality
- => Solving the Problem of Causality Based on the Duality of Time Theory
- => The Wave-Particle Duality
- => Mass-Generation Mechanism Based on the Duality of Time Theory
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.2.2 The Speed of Light as the Fractal Dimension
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.4 Outline of the Single Monad Model and Duality of Time Theory
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - I.4.1 The Three Hypothesis of the Single Monad Model
- => ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - II.2.6 Yang-Mills Theory
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 3.7 Strings Theory
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.1.4 Trinity of the Cosmos
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 4.2.2 The Single Monad
- => DUALITY OF TIME - Chapter VI: Consciousness and the Three Orthogonal Worlds
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 6.8.4 World Formula
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 6.9 Duality of Time Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 6.9.4 Wave-Particle Duality
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 6.9.5 Collapse of Wave-Function
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 6.9.8 Quantum Causality
- => DUALITY OF TIME - 7.3.2 The Theoretical Speed of Light
- => DUALITY OF TIME - Conclusion
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... rs in each state for one single instance of the “real flow of time”, thus creating an individual monad which is nothing but its own temporal projection. The succession of these individua ...

... On the primary level, the continuous globular revolution of the Single Monad produces the individual monads that are spread over space as temporary excitations in the vacuum field. Then, on ...

... thing that in some way underlies, constitutes, or gives rise to the physical monads. The individual monad/atom, however, remains the basic indivisible structure in the physically manifest w ...

... On the primary level, the continuous globular revolution of the Single Monad produces the individual monads that are spread over space as temporary excitations in the vacuum field. Then, on ...

... xistence, while everything else is (composed of) its temporal images, that are called the individual monads. The Single Monad is re-creating space and matter, in a certain chronological sequ ...

... stence. The Duality of Time Theory explains how exactly this Single Monad is creating the individual monads in the inner levels of time, which is to say: how geometry is formulated, and then ...

... d takes seven Days to be created by the Single Monad, which manifests in the forms of the individual monads one by one in certain specific order, so any observer would have to wait, six Days ...

... ical. The observed and imaginable worlds are, nothing but the temporal excitations of the individual monads that are being re-created perpetually in one linear chronological sequence, by the ...

... lways in the state of being, i.e. (c, c) , but for the entities of existence that are the individual monads that are the images or forms that the Single Monad is scanning as it goes through ...

... and steady revolution of the Single Monad, but as this Single Monad “turns” from one individual monad to the other, each one individual monad will encounter a discrete interval of time, ...

... r smooth, but still discrete, motion or change; because of the vast number of neighboring individual monads, the effect of any perturbation will be limited to adjacent monads and will deceas ...

... ything is brought into existence by the only one Single Monad, which is the Source of all individual monads. The speed of the Single Monad is a property of the complex time-time field that i ...

... vidual entity at every indivisible instance of time. This creation process introduces one individual monad, or one point, that is the quanta of space-time geometry. Multiplicity and the dime ...

... thing that in some way underlies, constitutes, or gives rise to the physical monads. The individual monad/atom, however, remains the basic indivisible structure in the physically manifest w ...

... is unceasingly performing these three consecutive movements whose outcome would create an individual monad that is nothing but its “shadow” which would act as an object in the next scene ...

... is unceasingly performing these three consecutive movements whose outcome would create an individual monad that is nothing but its “shadow” which would act as an object in the next scene ...

... r smooth, but still discrete, motion or change; because of the vast number of neighboring individual monads, the effect of any perturbation will be limited to adjacent monads and will deceas ...

... and steady revolution of the Single Monad, but as this Single Monad “turns” from one individual monad to the other, each one individual monad will encounter a discrete interval of time, ...

... physical mass as a result of the coupling between at least two geometrical points, or the individual monads that are the temporal images of the only one Single Monad that is actually describ ...

... ything is brought into existence by the only one Single Monad, which is the Source of all individual monads. The speed of the Single Monad is a property of the complex time-time field that i ...

... d takes seven Days to be created by the Single Monad, which manifests in the forms of the individual monads one by one in certain specific order, so any observer would have to wait, six Days ...

... inuous existence. By perpetually manifesting in different forms, this Monad creates other individual monads, thus imaging itself to make a comprehensive image as one single frame of the enti ...

... physical mass as a result of the coupling between at least two geometrical points, or the individual monads that are the temporal images of the only one Single Monad that is actually describ ...

... physical mass as a result of the coupling between at least two geometrical points, or the individual monads that are the temporal images of the only one Single Monad that is actually describ ...

... orld takes seven Days to be created by the Single Monad, which manifests the forms of the individual monads one by one in specific order, any observer would have to wait, out of existence, s ...

... ssed to create other forms which are continuously becoming its images but we imagine them individual monads).â€™ [II.454.14] In his Insha al-Dawair (â€œConstructing the Circlesâ€ ...

... bserved and imaginable worlds are, therefore, nothing but the temporal excitations of the individual monads that are being re-created perpetually in one linear chronological sequence, by the ...

... lines, which can also be decomposed further into abstract geometrical points that are the individual monads which are the temporal forms of the Single Monad. Figure 6.4: Graphical representa ...

... it is always in the state of being, i.e. , but for the entities of existence that are the individual monads that are the images or forms that the Single Monad is scanning as it goes through ...

... ady revolution of the Single Monad, but as this Single Monad â€œturnsâ€ from one individual monad to the other, each one individual monad will encounter a discrete interval of time, ...

... account of the collapse of the wave function. The superposition state of a system with of individual monads comes from averaging the dual-states of these monads, all of which had already mad ...

... r smooth, but still discrete, motion or change; because of the vast number of neighboring individual monads, the effect of any perturbation will be limited to adjacent monads and will deceas ...

... ything is brought into existence by the only one Single Monad, which is the Source of all individual monads. The speed of the Single Monad is a property of the complex time-time field that i ...

... vidual entity at every indivisible instance of time. This creation process introduces one individual monad, or one point, that is the quanta of space-time geometry. Multiplicity and the dime ...

... is unceasingly performing these three consecutive movements whose outcome would create an individual monad that is nothing but its “shadow” which would act as an object in the next scene ...

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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.

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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