One of the truly interesting problems challenging physicists today is
the question of time and especially backward time. When I work on this
topic, I feel as if I am contradicting myself, as from a logical standpoint
many of my ideas seem impossible. However, nature, which appears so simple,
works in strange and sophisticated ways.
In essence, nature creates only one force: energetic matter. The latter’s
unique behavior then produces two other forces in the form of a magnetic
and energetic loop (swirl or quantum), which are woven together (see picture
The proportion of energetic matter in the loops, as well as their behavior
and structures, is diverse and in a constant state of a flux (see p. 25
in my book, United Nature Theory©, 2001).
The two loops head in different directions and are in a perpetual state
of competition. Nevertheless, these two forces compliment one another and
are inseparable (see picture right).
Nature and energetic matter conform to the Second Law of
Thermodynamics. As such, matter tends to disseminate and disappear into
energetic space. All formations, without exception, cease to exist at
some point. Only energy, time, and space (energetic matter) survive, and
begin other life cycles. This, then, raises all sorts of questions, including
Wave theory addresses all these issues, but this articles
scope is limited to backwards time.
As aforementioned, energetic matter created two intertwined
loops. The proportion of energy in energetic and magnetic loops depends
on the particular phase (transition) that the formation finds itself in.
In light streams that consist of many streams, the loops (quants) resemble a woven basket, as their energetic loops create streams that flow continuously (see picture above). However, the magnetic loops (quants) are positioned perpendicular to their neighboring energetic loops, which are unique and rotate in the opposite direction (see picture below).
The speed of a light wave (two quants) formation is 360 km/sec, but energetic streams continue along the energetic path as one fluctuating yet rigid formation. Any change along this energetic path of continuous energetic flow is immediately felt throughout the entire light stream. Every signal (which is also a form of energetic matter) that makes contact with a light stream causes another signal to be transmitted to all paths, and the signals simultaneously flow in both directions. Magnetic loops (quant) act as wheels that transport neighboring energetic paths in opposite directions.
Incredibly, this supposed paradox has opened the door to new sophisticated physics problems and concepts, which are limited to the philosophical realm, but also accurately depict basic natural processes. Countless observations must be conducted in order to understand nature, which behaves in a simplistic manner, but is in fact very sophisticated. The picture below illustrates a star that radiates into space while undergoing a unilateral loss of energy (see picture right).
The radiation is similar to a sensitive carona, and the energetic light
path sends and brings any energetic information (back to its source) in
the form of a signal. Radiation, then, resembles a living formation or
an additional sense -- besides for gravitation -- that is aware of the
activities in its environment and reacts accordingly. They are created
by swirling waves (quantum formations), which are linked to each other
by connecting waves (gravitons) that are powered by continuous energetic-matter
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Dr. Chaim Tejman, Copyright© 2003. All rights reserved.