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.
The doubling of time has existed since the dawn of time...
We are coming close to the end of one the doubling cycles of time, which we will recall are 25,920 years.
The theory shows that doubling is cyclical. In the calculation we find the cycle of the precession of the equinoxes. The calculation proves that this cycle is based on the 100 rotations of Pluto around the Sun or 24,840 years, to which we add a transitional period of 1,080 years and so obtain the 25,920 year cycle of the precession of the equinoxes, a perfectly observable but never calculated cycle. This is the first theory that calculates this cycle.
Why double time?
In order to reap the benefits in every instant of a large experience carried out in another time that does not have time to exist in our time. Thanks to a balance of gravitational and anti-gravitational energies, related to the doubling movement, there is a permanent energy flow which circulates between the doubled times at faster than light speeds. The doubling theory that allows us to calculate the speed of light, also allows the calculation of faster than light speeds necessary for the information exchanges between doubled realities (www.garnier-malet.com).
This doubling exists in particles, stars, galaxies and now physics is being considered in trying to detect doubled universes. We must understand that nearly 85% of the universe, 83.3% according to the doubling theory is non-observable (dark matter). In 1990 the 10% of doubled stars in the universe where thought to be the exception. Now they make up more than 90%!
Information exchanges between particles are now a scientific reality. We speak of entanglement with faster than light speeds of information.
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A particle that falls into a black hole instantly disappears to the eyes of the exterior observer. However if the observer were situated on the inside of the black hole, he would confirm that it takes an infinitely long time for the particle to enter into it. This time differentiation also exists in the case of twins. One of them who took off in a rocket due to speed would not grow old as quickly as the other who remained on the ground. Brought to light by Paul Langevin in 1922, this paradox was experimentally proven in 1972.
This twin or double could take off in null time and come back instantly after having travelled a long time within another time. In fact a particle that disappears in almost null time benefits from almost infinite energy: this is what is known as Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. In addition A. Aspect (1982) and A. Suarez (1998) observed that faster than light speeds allow an instantaneous exchange of information or entanglement amongst different times. Wouldn't that relativity of time, initially defined by Pointcaré and Einstein, be at the service of mankind?
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Those imperceptible times therefore exist: medical imaging has shown us that subliminal imperceptible images modify our memory. This modification is in fact the result of long experiences carried out in another reality by observers evolving in another time. It is the physical principal of the doubling of time that allows us to survive and create our future possibilities so as to anticipate our future before having lived it. This vital anticipation needs the existence of a double in another time so that it can be present in two different times at the same time.
Having said that, without knowing of their existence or use, we are living the end of a doubling cycle of time, governed by the planetary movements of our solar system that is currently opening all the doors of information. It is a universal movement that we find as much in the galaxies as we do in our DNA. Because of this we reap the benefits in every instant of the two doubled time in which we live simultaneously thanks to our double.