Backward Time –
Time Paradox and Wave Theory
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 my ongoing debate with other physicists, many still believe
that I am espousing a philosophical approach to nature, but
this is absolutely wrong! My theory simply attempts to understand
nature’s extremely sophisticated behavior by relying
on and analyzing past and current achievements in the field
of physics and other related disciplines.
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 above). 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 chapter on Quarks).
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 below).
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