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DUALITY OF TIME:

Complex-Time Geometry and Perpetual Creation of Space

by Mohamed Haj Yousef



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Preface: The Structure of this Book


This book is divided into seven chapters:

The first chapter introduces the subject with a quick historical summary of the development of the Single Monad Model and the resulting Duality of Time Theory, in addition to brief descriptions of the main problems that could be explained by this new theory of time, as they started to develop, first very slowly from the early readings of Ibn al-Arabi in 1990s, and up to this current year of 2017 when things are rapidly unveiling at exponential rate.

The second chapter offers a brief historical summary of ancient cosmology and natural philosophy, from the onset of written history in Mesopotamia to the Western medieval thinking and up to the modern era. Starting from the Sumerian and Babylonian cosmology and philosophy, and how their knowledge was transfered to the Greek and Hellenistic philosophers and astronomers; focusing mainly on Parmenides and his Oneness doctrine which was formulated by his student Zeno into thought experiments known as Zeno’s Paradoxes. We then investigate the main philosophical arguments against these paradoxes, that could be expressed in various mathematical forms, which led eventually to the development of the mathematical basis of infinitesimal calculus, by both Newton and Leibniz, in the 17th century. In this chapter we shall also discuss the contributions of various Islamic scholars and their effect on Western medieval and modern philosophy and cosmology. This chapter closes by a brief description of the historical developments that led Newton to his theory of universal gravitation and the laws of motion, that formed the basis of Classical Mechanics, which quickly prevailed over the Corpuscular Mechanical Philosophy and Monadology, advocated by Descartes and Leibniz.

Similarly, the third chapter gives a quick historical review to summarize the development of the main modern theories of physics and models of cosmology, describing the major outstanding problems, and focusing on the conceptual contradictions between the quantum and relativity theories. We shall see in this chapter that, unlike Newton’s Mechanics which quickly found many industrial and practical applications, and was eventually developed into Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, the theory of monads and corpuscular mechanics could have been developed more quickly into Quantum Mechanics, had it received the adequate attention as the more practical competitor of Classical Mechanics. It is only because of this historical break that Quantum Mechanics came out a bit late and with new terminology, and even after that, physicists had to wait many decades until the Standard Model of the Quantum Field Theory established the fact that elementary particles are the quanta of field excitations, which are nothing but the monads.

Henceforth, chapter IV comes in the line to speak again about Ibn al-Arabi’s eccentric view of time and the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos, that have been already explained in the previous book, but we want to summarize and extend that here in various ways to make them more accessible to the wider scientific community, while also focusing more on the details that led to the Duality of Time postulate which will be discussed in the following chapter.

Chapter V will then be devoted for the Duality of Time Theory, explaining its main conceptions and how it could lead at the same time to the three principles of Special and General Relativity together, in addition to Quantum Field Theory, including the first and second quantizations, of energy and fields, and hence this third quantization of space-time itself, which will eliminate the need for re-normalization, and get rid of all singularities that are associated with Riemannian manifolds, because of the ill-defined geometry at certain points of extremely high densities. In this chapter we will explain the reasons behind the constancy and invariance of the speed of light, and how non-local quantum interactions and physical motion, and not only transfer of information, could occur in nature without breaking this cosmological speed limit. In addition to making gravity a full quantum field theory, we will show how the duality of time explains all the other interactions in terms of its complex-time geometry, but on lower dimensions.

Since the Duality of Time Theory explains everything in terms of space-time geometry, including the spiritual realms of angels, jinn, and the psychological world of mind, heart, soul, and spirit, chapter VI is dedicated for introducing these metaphysical conceptions and investigating how they could be studied under the same physics laws. This field, however, requires further investigation, together with the subject of the final chapter VII, in which we will talk about Alchemy and the hidden symmetry that replaces SUSY, the missing super-symmetry of the Standard Model of Elementary Particles, with the normal particles-antiparticles symmetry but on a conjugate arrow of time.



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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 (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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