The Duality of Time Theory, that results from the Single Monad Model of the Cosmos, explains how multiplicity is emerging from absolute 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.
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|Review by: Phil Bolos|
|February 9, 2019|
Ultimate Symmetry: Fractal Complex - Time, the Incorporeal World and Quantum Gravity by Mohamed Haj Yousef takes us into the scientific and spiritual worlds to determine whether or not there is an ultimate symmetry that explains and unifies all. To be honest, this book is intense. Just reading the brief description of it on Amazon was a workout. But, I found some of the topics that were brought up reminded me of a few books I had read a few years ago by Brian Greene. Dr. Greene believes that String Theory is the answer to the question of Ultimate Symmetry, or the unifying theory. What I found was that there are many similarities here, that this theory calls into question and uses other theories such as gravity and relativity. But what this does that the other theories does not is consider the spiritual side, that the world we are living in is really more of a dream state than anything else and that we can not learn beyond what is here until we embrace the fact that we are not seeing everything. This is an interesting take, and it opens the possibilities to God, an afterlife, and many other ideas that have thus far gone unproven. While I was reading this, I found myself having to stop and do some research in order to make sure that I was fully understanding what I was reading. While I can't say that I fully grasped everything, I will say that I walked away with lots to think about and a plethora of new knowledge. Definitely worth the read, but go into it knowing that your brain is about to get a serious workout.
|Review by: Mercedes Diaz|
|February 12, 2019|
Ultimate Symmetry is part of an ongoing series that takes advanced scientific concepts and breaks them down for those of us who aren’t super geniuses. The material is understandable; although you don’t always get away from the lengthy scientific jargon, they do make sure to explain some things as they go along. Occasionally, you’ll have to Google a term or two.
|Review by: Catherine Grainger|
|February 23, 2019|
ULTIMATE SYMMETRY: Fractal Complex-Time, the Incorporeal World and Quantum Gravity (The Single Monad Model of The Cosmos Book 3) by author Mohamed Haj Yousef is definitely not a light read, but it is extremely thought provoking and the complicated concepts that Yousef delves into will take your mind into uncharted territories. I found that I had little to no understanding of what he was discussing, at first. But, by the time I finished the book, the ideas were more clear, actually made sense, and caused me to want to learn more. I do feel that I should probably have read the previous books in the series first though.