Doubling of time theory - Jean Pierre Garnier Malet

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Doubling of time theory - Jean Pierre Garnier Malet

Post by tymeflyz » Tue Dec 18, 2018 3:07 pm

Is the RS2- motion and time related..?? hmmm
Does anyone here heard of this or have any knowledge of this theory?
Jean Pierre Garnier Malet - Interview by FreeMind Project - English Version

Time appears to us to be continuous, nevertheless the doubling theory demonstrates that two perceptible instants are always separated by an imperceptible instant. Doubling makes us present in a time which we do not perceive in our time, the present, but where our double watches over our memory of the past

Characterized by a movement, a curious speed and a universal equation, the Doubling of Time and Space explains the infinitely small of the particles, the infinitely large of the Universe and… us, lost on a big land, planet of to a tiny solar system whose dimensions seem infinite to us.
We only need to accept that imperceptible times may exist, stuck between two perceptible times.
The time that elapses between a question (any 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 this same instant”. This requires the possibility to accelerate time while doubling the initial particle in imperceptible times, which I call “time openings”.
However, time is observable and measurable by the movement of one space in relation to another one. 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 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.
He ignores the initial observer since he ignores the time in which the other exists, which seems frozen to him.
He can consider himself as an initial observer who is doubled in his turn. A third observer thus answers the second observer’s questions, and in his turn asks other questions.
Information exchanges through imperceptible “time openings” allow the first observer to get answers to questions he didn’t have time to ask. He gets to know the answers of the third observer before the second one that he can guide in suggesting him new questions which alter his memory instantaneously.
The second observer exists in his own present. He answers the questions of the first observer, which to him appears to come from the past. He asks himself questions which the third observer answers. These answers appear to him to come from his future. Through instantaneous information exchanges in the time openings, he is thus 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.

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Re: Doubling of time theory - Jean Pierre Garnier Malet

Post by daniel » Fri Jan 04, 2019 4:52 pm

I'll have to look at this in more detail, but what he appears to have stumbled upon is two things: yin motion (planar angle -> solid angle -> volumetric angle) and the transition from scalar to coordinate space (or time) requires a doubling of the speeds between absolute locations. (There is an RS2 forum post in the programming section describing this in detail).

But what he missed was the "neutral" -- like Keely used, or Larson's intermediate speed range (2nd dimension).
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