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 complextime geometry, at different dimensions.  => Conference Talk  Another Conference [Detailed Presentation]
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Sheikh Ramadhan Subhi Deeb Date of Birth: 27  May  1920 Naqshbandi Master at Sheikh Ahmad Kuftaro Foundation in Damascus 

Mohamed Haj Yousef Date of Birth: 17  June  1967 http://mhajyousef.ibnalarabi.com https://www.amazon.com/MohamedHajYousef/e/B001JS2LC2 https://www.facebook.com/mhajyousef http://twitter.com/mhajyousef Email: mhajyousef@hotmail.com 
Mohamed Haj Yousef is a writer and researcher interested in physics, cosmology, philosophy and Islamic thought, especially with regard to mysticism and Ibn alArabi. He did his undergraduate studies in Syria where he earned the B.Sc. degree in Solid State Physics from the University of Aleppo in 1989 and a Postgraduate Diploma in Electronics from the same university in 1990. After that, he obtained the Master s degree in Microelectronic Engineering and Semiconductor Physics from the University of Cambridge in the UK in 1992. After a period of teaching, he resumed to get the PhD from the University of Exeter in UK in the year 2005, where he studied the concept of time in Ibn alArabi s cosmology and its implications on modern physics, which was published in several books and eventually lead to the Duality of Time Theory. This research was supervised by Prof. James W. Morris, as it is continuously inspired by the spiritual guidance of Sheikh Ramadhan Subhi Deeb, the Naqshbandi master at Sheikh Ahmad Kuftaro Foundation in Damascus.
The author has also published numerous articles in Arabic and English that combines science, philosophy and Islamic thought. Most of these articles are accessible online at: http://www.ibnalarabi.com. He also published several books on the subject of time, and other related subjects in Islamic thought and Sufi mysticism, including:
The Sufi Interpretation of Joseph Story: (The Path of the Heart) By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: alMarifa (Aleppo, Beirut) Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 410 pages ISBN13: 9781482022445 ISBN10: 1482022443 First Published: 1999 

The Sun from the West: Biography of Ibn alArabi and His Doctrine By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: Fussilat (Aleppo) Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 708 pages ISBN13: 9781482020229 ISBN10: 148202022X First Published: 2006 

Ibn Arabi  Time and Cosmology By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: Routledge (New York, London) hardback/Paperback: 256 pages ISBNs: (paperback) 9780415664011/0415664012 (hardback) 9780415444996/0415444993 (electronic) 9780203938249 First Published: 2007 

That Is All Indeed: what the seeker needs By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 74 pages ISBN13: 9781482077421 ISBN10: 1482077426 First Published: 2010 

The Meccan Revelations: (introduction) By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: Amazon  kindle Paperback: 180 pages ASIN: B00B0G1S5Y First Published: 2012 

The Meccan Revelations: (volume 1 of 37) By Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Trns. by: Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 400 pages ISBN13: 9781549641893 ISBN10: 1549641891 First Published: 2012 

Ibnu lArabi Zaman ve Kozmoloji By Mohamed Haj Yousef (Turkish translation of: Ibn ArabiTime and Cosmology) Trns. by: Kadir Filiz Publisher: Nefes Yayincilik (Istanbul) Paperback: 256 pages ISBN13: 9786055902377 ISBN10: 6055902370 First Published: 2013 

Biography of Sheikh Ramadan Deeb By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: TaybaalGarraa (Damascus) Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 400 pages ISBN13: 9781482014419 ISBN10: 1482014416 First Published: 2013 

The Discloser of Desires (turjuman alashwaq) By Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi Trns. by: Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 200 pages ISBN13: 9781499769678 ISBN10: 1499769679 First Published: 2014 

The Days of God By Mohamed Haj Yousef (Arabic translation of the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos) Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 488 pages ISBN13: 9781482022919 ISBN10: 1482022915 First Published: 2014 

The Single Monad Model of the Cosmos By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 352 pages ISBN13: 9781499779844 ISBN10: 1499779844 First Published: 2014 

DUALITY OF TIME: ComplexTime Geometry and Perpetual Creation of Space By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: CreateSpace (Charleston) Paperback: 360 pages ISBN13: 9781539579205 ISBN10: 1539579204 First Published: 2018 

ULTIMATE SYMMETRY: Fractal ComplexTime, the Incorporeal World and Quantum Gravity By Mohamed Haj Yousef Publisher: Amazon Independent Publishing Paperback: 320 pages ISBN13: 9781723828690 First Published: 2019 
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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 (timetime) 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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