Unfolding Theory of Time- Jean-Pierre Garnier Malet
Unfolding Theory of Time
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Why is there space, time and life? Why is there such a thing as doubling ?
It seems to us that many questions have gone without an answer far too long. Why is there such a thing as the universe? Why does time exist? Why does life exist? And above all, am I truly insignificant and useless in the immense space around me?
The doubling theory tackles these questions from a new angle, and allows us to obtain answers that push back the limits of modern physics. This theory allowed me to understand and explain the workings of the solar system and its 25,920 year cycle.
By carrying out measurements in our solar system, and rigorously justifying planetary movements, in conformity with the fundamental doubling movement defined in the theory, the speed of light was justified and above all calculated for the first time, as were two faster-than-light speeds, required for time doubling. Following on the calculation of these three doubling speeds, the theorem of the three doubling energies was developed, demonstrating the existence of an anti-gravitational energy (66,6%) linked to gravitational energy (33,3%), completing exchange energy (0,01%).
My last scientific paper at the American Institute of physics (New York) in 2006 allowed me to explain the arrival of the planetoids in the vicinity of Pluto, and to calculate the fine structure constant.
This theory, which calculates universal constants, overthrows assumptions that once appeared rock steady, rounds out perfectly proven existing laws, and is revolutionising physics and the way we see the world.
DOUBLING EXPLAINED IN A NUTSHELL
Nothing exists if it is not observed
Without an observer, space does not exist, and without movement in space with regard to the observer, time does not exist. In order not to slip into anthropomorphism, modern science applies the principle of differentiating the observer from the space observed, by using the most objective space and time systems of references available. A particle can always be considered to be the observer of its own time and its own horizon.
Infinitesimal mechanics (quantum mechanics) has shown us that the observer in an experiment is always a participant. The same applies to infinitely large mechanics (universal mechanics).
The doubling theory tackles the problem by showing that the observable horizon of a particle is always a particle that exists in another horizon. Thus, an initial particle’s infinitely large horizon does not exist for particles whose infinitesimal horizon is that same particle. This theory provides the temporal and spatial change in scale between the infinitesimally small and infinitely large, and thus allows me to unify the laws of the infinitesimally small and the infinitely large.
Why should time be doubled ? Why should there be "time openings"?
The time that elapses between a question (and obstacle) and the answer (overcoming the obstacle) defines an adaptation time for a particle that uses this time in its defined space, limited by its horizon. Time flow acceleration in an imperceptible horizon, doubled from the first horizon, allows a particle that was doubled from the initial particle, moving in the same way, to obtain the answer before the initial particle.
Time acceleration can be such that the initial particle "does not have the time" to use an "instant" of its time whereas the doubled particle "has all the time it needs" to obtain the answer to its question "in the same instant". This makes it necessary to accelerate time while doubling the initial particle in imperceptible time, which I call "time openings".
However, time is observable and measurable by means of comparing spatial movements. Consequently it is continuous. Differentiating time in "time openings" is the same as differentiating the observation of a movement, and therefore differentiating the observer's own perception, which is both the particle horizon and the particle in its horizon.
Doubling the initial observer
Doubling implies that the observer is doubled, and exists in the initial observer's time openings. Because of a perceptual difference, the doubled observer moves rapidly through accelerated time that to him appears normal. For him, the initial observer's time appears slowed down or stopped.
Thus, the second observer instantaneously provides answers to the initial observer's questions, by means of information exchanges through their common "time openings". The initial observer acquires an instinctive and "anticipatory" memory which allows him to ask new questions. This anticipation allows him to save time but does not necessarily provide answers to his first questions.
Doubling the doubled observer
The doubled observer does not know of the existence of the initial observer, because he knows nothing of the time in which the other exists.
He can be considered to be an initial observer who is doubled in his turn. The third observer thus answers the second observer's questions, and in his turn asks other questions.
Past, present, future
The second observer exists in his own present. He answers the questions of the first observer, which to him appear to come from the past. He asks himself questions which the third observer answers. These answers to him appear to come from his future. Thus through instantaneous information exchanges in the time openings, he is an observer in three different timescales: past, present, future.
The doubling theory provides an equation that allows us to express in rigorous terms the change of perception between two doubled observers existing in two different timescales.
This equation is the very foundation of the doubling theory. By means of spatial and temporal changes in scale, it brings together the infinitely large universe of the initial observer and the infinitesimally small universe of the doubled observer.
Single observer and multiple doubling
Doubling is not limited to single instances of doubling. The first observer may double as many times as the doubling movement allows, and thus multiply the number of secondary observers, each of which are doubled into a third observer. However, doubling of the first observer is such that information comes back to him from the third observer before the second observer is aware of it. This requires three doubling speeds, calculated by the doubling theory and published in 1998:
C2 = 7C1 = (73/12)105C0, where C0 is the speed of light.
This speed relationship places a limit on doubling space and time.
This limit calls for a finite number of secondary observers doubled from the first observer. It also necessitates a single doubling from the second observer, who will thus only possess one double to answer his questions.
When I developed this theory, it allowed me to provide a mathematically rigorous explanation of Einstein's curious postulate, which declared, with no logical justification, that the speed of light is independent from the speed of its source and the speed of the observer. This is because C0 is the speed of perception of present time in an observation horizon in which all the observers belonging to this horizon must perceive all information at the same time in order to be part of the same present reality. This observational synchronism is required so that the various observers may share a common present, while existing in the same horizon and the same time.
In order to accelerate time, the speeds are necessarily greater than C0. These speeds known as super-luminous, make it possible for other doubled observers to observe reality more rapidly. For the last few years, scientists (Aspect 1982, Gisin 1998, Suarez 2002) have observed these speeds without being able to justify their existence. Such justification had hitherto appeared impossible because, according to Einstein's equation ((E=mC2) a particle needed to possess null mass in order to move at the speed of light. Because information is energy E, it therefore possesses mass m = E/ C2 which because of this equation, cannot go faster than light.
This can be explained in a different way using the doubling theory:
A null mass in a horizon moves into an imperceptible horizon with a super-luminous speed by means of a time opening, in which it does possess mass.
- Super-luminary information changes time. This law was demonstrated by Langevin in 1923 (the Langevin twin principle) and was experimentally verified in 1972 by Kneferle and Keating.
- An infinitely large wave in a horizon becomes an infinitely short wave in another horizon in which time is accelerated and in which the observer does not have the same perception of time.
- A timescale change potential outside a horizon expressed in 1/L (where L is a measurement of space) becomes a force in 1/L2 for that horizon's particles.
The three doubling energies.
All the above properties make it possible for the realities (past, present and future) to coexist, although they do not perceive each other, and are dependent upon the three speeds and the three doubling energies. The doubling theory gives their relationships:
0,1%, 33,3% and 66,6% of the initial energy.
In 1998, Saul Perlmutter and Brian Schmidt, while observing a supernova, independently of each other, demonstrated the existence of an unknown repulsion energy, equal to 67,7% of the energy of the universe. This observation confirmed the doubling theory three-energy theorem, published in the same year. In his own epoch, Albert Einstein attempted to introduce the 67% cosmological constant. He was never able to prove it, and two years before he died, he declared that the constant was "the biggest mistake of his life", whereas in fact, it was a brilliant stroke of intuition.
Doubling is limited by instantaneous "back-and-forth " information exchanges that create the energy link between the various doubled spaces in different time dimensions.
It is therefore true to say that a universe in the course of doubling is crisscrossed by information energy. The balance of this energy depends on the observers and on their capability to anticipate the answers in an instinctive and intuitive way. A question from an initial observer thus becomes energy in a time opening in which a second observer, doubled from the first observer, exists in accelerated time. In turn, his questions are energy in his time openings where a third observer, doubled from the second observer, exists in time that is even more accelerated. A universe is therefore filled with this vital information energy which the ancients referred to as "ether".
At the present time, apart from the doubling theory, this energy remains a mystery. However it does exist, and in 1948 Hendrik Casimir demonstrated it: when two identical spaces are brought together, the energy begins to attract the two spaces (the Casimir effect). What remained unknown and which was to be explained by the doubling theory, is that this effect is cyclical.
Time differentiation cycle
Time doubling occurs in cycles. The theory allows us to calculate the cycles. The past, the present and the future (defined above) are divided by a unique initial time, into 12 periods of 2070 years each, making up the overall cycle of 24 840 years. The cycle has a transition period of 1080 years (i.e. 9 x 12) and so lasts 25 920 years. This corresponds to the precession of equinoxes, observed but never explained. It is also to be noted that this time separation equals 100 of Pluto's rotations around the Sun.
Therefore there is a beginning and an end to the doubling of time, known to the ancients as "the end of time". The ancients differentiated the 12 periods by means of the 12 constellations on the horizon of the Earth ecliptic.
I was able to demonstrate, using the doubling theory, that instantaneous information exchanges in the time openings utilised 12 information circuits, possessing dodecahedral symmetry (12 pentagonal surfaces). These are linked in pairs, and the movements of the planets in our solar system open those circuits.
Modern astrophysics has recently demonstrated dodecahedral symmetry of the residual radiation that it calls the big bang. This is in fact the exchange of information between the past, present and future, necessary at the end of a cycle and the end of the doubling of the observers.
The doubling theory allows us for the first time to calculate universal constants (the speed of light, and the fine structure constant). It defines, calculates and explains the equinox precession cycle (in accordance with observation, this cycle is the time doubling cycle). It also forecasts modifications to our solar system at the end of this cycle, with the arrival of the planetoids, justified in 2006 in my most recent publication at the American Institute of Physics. It overthrows our concept of time, and above all demonstrates an energy of exchange between past, present and future through imperceptible time openings.
Our solar system's time doubling cycle is now arriving at its end, and this can generate upheavals on a planetary scale. The arrival of these planetoids in the distant Kuiper Belt is triggering not only serious changes to the asteroid belt but also violent solar flares. Meteorites are raining down on on the Earth. The only way our planet can offset this added mass is through volcanic explosions. All these information exchanges, which are exchanges of mass and therefore of energy, are generating upheavals and violent climate change in our world.
It is by understanding the ether and the permanent information energy exchanges in the time openings between the three timescales (past, present and future) that we can restore balance to the planet, a balance that is being violently disturbed by the end of the doubling cycle, because of our ignorance of the doubling process.
I found a dumbed-down copy of it in spanish, but nothing similar to it in english, but I found a translation of the paper.
This can be applied (and later is, in a video) to meditation and projection. Whether you agree or disagree with him, it's interesting reading.
at Wiltshire, Stanton St. Bernard, England, 2001-07-28