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.
General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are complementary consequences of the Duality of Time Theory
Various observations show that there is not sufficient visible matter in the Universe to account for the apparent strength of gravitational forces within and between galaxies. This led to the idea that up to 90% of the matter in the Universe is dark matter that does not emit light or interact with normal baryonic matter.
If we assume that the Universe is made of normal matter, it would be far more lumpy than what is observed today, and it would contain far less deuterium than can be accounted for without dark matter.
Dark matter is controversial because its structure is unknown, but it can be inferred by various observations, such as the anisotropies in the CMB, galaxy cluster velocity dispersions, large-scale structure distributions, gravitational lensing studies, and X-ray measurements of galaxy clusters.
In the Duality of Time Theory, there are four fundamental structures of the complex space-time geometry, which are actually the same four classical elements that are found in the Sumerian and most other ancient civilizations. These four fundamental structures correspond to (0, 0), (c, 0), (0, c) and (c, c), since space-time has a real part and an imaginary part. Physical matter, as it will be explained in the coming chapters, is described as (c, v), which means that it is created internally at the speed of light in the real flow of time, and is moving outward in the imaginary time at velocity v. Dark matter is therefore the ground state of matter which happens when v=0 both as the total outward velocity and any vector velocities of the microscopic particles. This actually corresponds to absolute zero temperature, which describes vacuum, or aether, which, according to the Duality of Time Theory, is different from void that is absolute nothing.
Therefore, dark matter is aether itself, that vacuum or empty space (c, 0), which is the ground state of normal matter (c, v), while dark energy, as we shall see below, is (0, c). The other two space-time structures: (0, 0) and (c, c), correspond to earth and fire, which are the two extreme states of void and the perfect symmetrical space between which the Universe is constantly fluctuating.
In the following articles, we will list some of the major unsolved problems in theoretical physics and describe them in brief, stating their potential solutions according to the Duality of Time Postulate. Although many of these problems will be simply eliminated according to the new genuinely-complex time-time geometry, a detailed theoretical and mathematical analysis is required in order to explain how these problems are settled. Therefore, some of the following brief suggested solutions may be speculative.
These articles are extracted from Chapter III of the Duality of Time book, and some of the details are discussed further in other chapters, as well as Volume III that is the Ultimate Symmetry. A more concise description is also published in Time Chest.
|The Arrow of Time Problem||Logical Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics||Problem of Physical Information|
|The Problem of Causality||The Planck Scale Problem||Problem of Magnetic Monopoles|
|EPR and the Problem of Non-Locality||Problem of Quantum Gravity||Mass Generation Mechanism|
|Homogeneity and the Horizon Problem||Problem of Neutrino Masses||Problem of Color Confinement|
|The Hierarchy Problem||Problem of Cosmic Inflation||Problem of Yang-Mills Theory|
|Problem of Unification of Fundamental Interactions||Problem of Super-Symmetry||Problem of Baryon Asymmetry|
|Problem of Dark Matter||Problem of Dark Energy||Cosmological Constant Problems|