Regarding DISCOVERY: A discovery does not necessarily mean that it is something new as discovery can also mean the proper understanding of something very very old. For instance, millions of apples had fallen before Newton was able to get a proper understanding of gravitation. It does not mean that other Physicist before Newton had not seen an apple fall and did not know that if they let go of an apple it would not fall to the ground. It was a discovery because he got the proper understanding about the law which governed the falling of the apple. The author of this Book claims this to be a discovery i.e. TIME & SPACE DO NOT EXIST- ONLY DISTANCE EXISTS, as no other person has stated  very clearly earlier the non-existence of time and space. There is no record of anybody having thought about this and DECLARED i.e.  having made known this new concept before now.


It is therefore clear that time is   used as a substitute distance and not distance as a substitute for time. As a matter of fact, we do not need this imaginary, fictitious thing called time. We can do very well without it and express distances moved from the equatorial circumference to the distances moved on our distance pieces and get the same if not better results. In this book, it is not that time is being expressed as distance, but that a distance to distance transfer is possible without the introduction of this so called imaginary Unit Time. Further, changing units of time to the unit of kilometers would only be possible if there had been such a quantity as time, in other words you cannot change units of nothing to units of something. Elimination of time would have been possible only if time existed as one cannot eliminate something which does not exist.


LENGTH (“From College Physic Book”)

In AD. 1120 the king of England decreed that the standard of length in his country would be the yard and that the yard would be precisely equal to the distance from the tip of his nose to the end of his outstretched arm. Similarly, the original standard for the foot adopted by the French was the length of the royal foot of King Louis XIV. This standard prevailed until 1799, when the legal standard of length of France became the meter, defined as one ten millionth of the distance from the equator to the North Pole (See Page 12, Fig. 6)


There have been many other systems developed in addition to those discussed above, but the advantages of the French system have caused it to become the prevailing system in most countries and in scientific circles everywhere. As recently as 1960, the length of the meter was preserved as the distance between two lines on a specific bar of platinum-iridium alloy stored under controlled conditions. This standard was abandoned for several reasons, a principal one being that the limited accuracy with which the separation between the lines can be determined does not meet the present requirements of science and technology. Until recently, the meter was defined as 1,650,763.75 wavelength of orange-red light emitted from a krypton-86 lamp. However, in October 1983, the meter was redefined to be the distance travelled by light in vacuum during a time of 1/299,792,458 seconds. In effect, this latest definition establishes that the speed of light in a vacuum is 299,792,458 meter per seconds.


SPACE As explained in “The concise Oxford Dictionary” is-

1.      Continuous extension viewed with or without reference to the existence of objects within it.

2.      Interval between Points or objects viewed as having one, two, or three dimensions.

From 1. It is quite clear that when we want to extend anything and even space, we will have to increase its length (which is a Distance) or length and breadth also (two Distances at an angle



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