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DUALITY OF TIME:

Complex-Time Geometry and Perpetual Creation of Space

by Mohamed Haj Yousef



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1.3.7.1  Collapse of Wave Function


With re-creation and the two levels of time, the dilemma of wave-particle, or continuity versus discreteness, is solved by noting that the inner level is the real flow of time in which space is created, at the speed of light, which gives the wave behavior, which then instantly appear as one point in the normal level of time, that we normally encounter as particles. On the highest existential level, there is either pure energy or pure mass, or: either massless waves or massive particles, not the two together, but in real life, at the normal outward level of time, objects and particles are a mixture, or superposition, of these two primordial states of wave-particle duality, so some particles will be heavier than others, and some will have more kinetic energy than others.

In any closed system, such as an isolated particle, atom, or even objects, the contributions to this superposition state come from all the geometrical points in the system that are always fluctuating between the two primordial states of vacuum and void, or: existence and nonexistence, or: space and time, or: subject and object, or: wave and particle, or: real time and imaginary time, so on average the total state is indeterminate, or determined only as a probability distribution, as far as it is not detected or measured. However, any kind of measurement or detection necessarily means that the Single Monad at this particular instance of measurement is manifesting as the observer that is now acting on the system, and since there is only one state of existence and one state of nonexistence, at the real flow of time, the system must necessarily collapse into nonexistence, or particle, because at this particular time the observer was taking on the existence state, so the whole observed multiplicity of individual points must be all in the nonexistence state, at this particular instance of the real time.

Of course, this collapsing is not fatal, otherwise particles and objects will disappear forever, but they are re-created or excited again right after this instantaneous collapse, at which time the observer now would have moved back into an indeterminate state, and become an object amongst the other objects.



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