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]**

Fractal Complex-Time and Quantum Gravity

- Book Title
- Preface
- About this Book
- The Structure of the Book
- Note on the Opening Epigraphs
- Note on References and Bibliography
- Acknowledgment
- Introduction: Beauty and the Principle of Love
- i.1 Symmetry Between Modern Science and Ancient Knowledge
- i.2 Symmetry Breaking in Ancient Creation Theories
- i.2.1 Sumerian Mythology
- i.2.2 Babylonian Mythology
- i.2.3 Egyptian Mythology
- i.2.4 Greek Mythology
- i.3 Outline of Islamic Astronomy and Cosmology
- i.3.1 Some Muslim Astronomical Observations
- i.3.2 The Sufi Cosmology
- i.3.3 Oneness of Being and the Origin of Symmetry
- i.4 The Principle of Love and Stationary Action
- CHAPTER I: NORMAL SYMMETRY
- I.1 Normal Symmetry and Classical Physics
- I.1.1 Conservation Laws and Noether Theorem
- I.1.2 Symmetry in Electromagnetism
- I.2 Fractal Geometry and Chaos Theory
- I.2.1 Fractals and Divergent Series
- I.2.2 The Speed of Light as the Fractal Dimension
- I.2.3 Fractal Dimensions and the Emergence of Time
- I.3 Symmetry and Group Theory
- I.3.1 Types of Symmetry
- I.3.2 Breaking of Symmetry
- I.3.3 Group Theory and Symmetry
- I.3.4 Chaos Theory
- I.3.5 Group Representation
- I.4 Outline of the Single Monad Model and Duality of Time Theory
- I.4.1 The Three Hypothesis of the Single Monad Model
- I.4.2 Creation as a Movie
- I.4.3 The Duality of Time Postulate
- I.4.4 The Dynamic Formation of Dimensions
- I.4.5 The Genuinely-Complex Time-Time Frame
- CHAPTER II: SUPER SYMMETRY
- II.1 Symmetry and Quantum Mechanics
- II.1.1 Gauge Symmetry
- II.1.2 Quantum Field Theories
- II.1.3 The Fundamental Interactions
- II.1.4 Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking
- II.1.5 Higgs Mechanism
- II.2 Symmetry and Super Symmetry in the Standard Model
- II.2.1 Chiral Symmetry
- II.2.2 CPT Symmetries
- II.2.3 Lepton Symmetry
- II.2.4 Baryon Asymmetry
- II.2.5 The Planck Scale
- II.2.6 Yang-Mills Theory
- II.3 Beyond the Standard Model
- II.3.1 Super Symmetry and Super Space
- II.3.2 Super Symmetry in Strings Theory and Extra Dimensions
- II.3.3 Super Symmetry and Quantum Gravity
- II.3.4 Super Symmetry and the Four Classical Elements
- II.4 Fractal Space-Time and Quantum Phenomena
- II.4.1 Super-symmetry and its Breaking
- II.4.2 The Two Arrows of Time
- II.4.3 The Exclusion Principle
- II.4.4 Uncertainty
- II.4.5 Collapse of Wave-Function
- II.4.6 Schroedinger s Cat
- II.4.7 Entanglement and Non-locality
- II.4.8 Causality
- II.4.9 Consciousness and Information
- 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 Covariance
- III.1.4 Space-Time Symmetries and Diffeomorphisms
- III.1.5 Deriving the Principles of Special and General Relativity
- III.1.6 Lorentz Transformations
- III.2 Space-Time Diffeomorphism and Mass-Energy Equivalence
- III.2.1 The classical kinetic energy (in the normal time):
- III.2.2 Method I (abrupt change of speed in the inner time):
- III.2.3 Method II (generating mass in the inner time):
- III.2.4 Note I (super-symmetry and pair production):
- III.2.5 Note II (relativistic mass):
- III.2.6 Note III (the mass-energy duality):
- III.2.7 Note IV (the effective mass):
- III.2.8 Method III (the total relativistic energy):
- III.2.9 Method IV (complex momentum and energy-momentum relation)
- III.3 Equivalence Principle and General Relativity
- III.3.1 Complex Energy
- III.3.2 Aether and the Cosmological Constant Problem
- III.3.3 Origin of Mass and Other Charges
- III.4 Light and the Spiritual World
- III.4.1 Angels and the Heavens
- III.4.2 The Universal Spirit and the Origin of Light
- III.4.3 The Hexagonal Heart and the Origin of Symmetry
- III.4.4 The Three Generations of Spirits
- III.4.5 The Three Generations of Fermions
- III.4.6 The Cosmos as the Inscribed Book
- CHAPTER IV: ULTIMATE SYMMETRY
- IV.1 Oneness of Being and Pantheism
- IV.1.1 Pantheism and Panentheism
- IV.1.2 The Three Categories of Existence
- IV.1.3 Unicity of God and the Trinity of the Cosmos
- IV.1.4 Mirror Symmetry and the Isthmus
- IV.1.5 Divine Theophanies and the Five Planes of Existence
- IV.2 Ultimate Symmetry of Constant Entities
- IV.2.1 Ultimate Symmetry and Ultimate Asymmetry
- IV.2.2 The Mathematical One-to-Many Relation
- IV.2.3 The Real-Through-Whom-Things-Are-Created
- IV.2.4 The Seven Heavens and the Inner Levels of Time
- IV.3 Complex-Time Geometry and the Five Regular Polyhedra
- IV.3.1 The Tetrahedron
- IV.3.2 The Hexahedron
- IV.3.3 The Octahedron
- IV.3.4 The Icosahedron
- IV.3.5 The Dodecahedron
- IV.4 Granular Geometry and Absolute Homogeneous Space
- IV.4.1 Hierarchy of Number Sets
- IV.4.2 General Relativity Approximation
- IV.4.3 The Seven Levels of Time
- IV.4.4 The Sexagesimal System
- Conclusion
- Author Biography

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... I: 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 Covariance III.1.4 Space-Time Symmetries and Diffeomorphisms III.1.5 Deriving the Principles of Special and General Relativit ...

... AL SYMMETRY I.1 Normal Symmetry and Classical Physics I.1.1 Conservation Laws and Noether Theorem I.1.2 Symmetry in Electromagnetism I.2 Fractal Geometry and Chaos Theory I.2.1 Fractals and Divergent Series I.2.2 The Speed of Light as the Fractal Dimension I.2.3 Fractal Dimensions and the ...

... ctive mass): III.2.8 Method III (the total relativistic energy): III.2.9 Method IV (complex momentum and energy-momentum relation) III.3 Equivalence Principle and General Relativity III.3.1 Complex Energy III.3.2 Aether and the Cosmological Constant Problem III.3.3 Origin of Mass and Other ...

... a IV.3.1 The Tetrahedron IV.3.2 The Hexahedron IV.3.3 The Octahedron IV.3.4 The Icosahedron IV.3.5 The Dodecahedron IV.4 Granular Geometry and Absolute Homogeneous Space IV.4.1 Hierarchy of Number Sets IV.4.2 General Relativity Approximation IV.4.3 The Seven Levels of Time IV.4.4 The Sexag ...

... I.2.3 Fractal Dimensions and the Emergence of Time I.3 Symmetry and Group Theory I.3.1 Types of Symmetry I.3.2 Breaking of Symmetry I.3.3 Group Theory and Symmetry I.3.4 Chaos Theory I.3.5 Group Representation I.4 Outline of the Single Monad Model and Duality of Time Theory I.4.1 The Thre ...

... ce-Time Diffeomorphism and Mass-Energy Equivalence III.2.1 The classical kinetic energy (in the normal time): III.2.2 Method I (abrupt change of speed in the inner time): III.2.3 Method II ( GENERATING MASS in the inner time): III.2.4 Note I (super-symmetry and pair production): III.2.5 Not ...

... rian Mythology i.2.2 Babylonian Mythology i.2.3 Egyptian Mythology i.2.4 Greek Mythology i.3 Outline of Islamic Astronomy and Cosmology i.3.1 Some Muslim Astronomical Observations i.3.2 The Sufi Cosmology i.3.3 Oneness of Being and the Origin of Symmetry i.4 The Principle of Love and Stati ...

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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.

TIME CHEST - 3.3.12 Entanglement and Non-loca...

SINGLE MONAD MODEL - 13. Days of Other Or...

Creation Scenario: the World as a Movie...

DUALITY OF TIME - 5.4 The Five Fundamen...

Space-Time and the Speed of Light...

DUALITY OF TIME - 2.14.2 The Vis Viva...

ULTIMATE SYMMETRY - III.3.3 Origin of Mass an...

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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