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The Doubling Theory of Space and Time

Extracts from scientific publications[see references]


Jean Pierre Garnier Malet



Foreword: Time doubling ? Where? When? How? Why?


A fundamental and universal movement doubles space and time. Discovered by Jean Pierre Garnier Malet in 1988, this movement is found everywhere, from the infinite smallness of particles to the infinite bigness of the universe, within our bodies as well as within our solar system. We evolve on Earth as observers with a perception of time that the fundamental movement determines within this system.


This fundamental movement defines the cyclical times of doubling and evolution within our star. It involves the different orbital movements of the planets whose infinite possibilities can change at the end of each doubling cycle[1]. This movement also explains the stability of the planetary orbits during this cycle. More importantly it allows us to understand the cyclical movement of our solar system around the Oort cloud, which is, in reality, an immense suction lift pump spinning around our galaxy[2].

The stars, as numerous as they are different, follow this same space and time doubling cycle, the galaxies as well. Origin and consequence of an imperceptible time, our universe is equally involved in this doubling movement, which has finally rendered a real and observable scientific explanation of the Big Bang (before and after).[3]. That tremendous apparent explosion is cyclical and gives the universe a « breath » which allows it to evolve without modifying itself[4].

That absence of space modification is due to time doubling as it allows potential states to be created and observed within an imperceptible time before having to update them to a real, observable time. Isn’t that the best way of making the memory of an observer of a space evolve without missing the least bit?

The time which to us appears continuous, is in reality a succession of perceptible times, separated by imperceptible times where energy is infinite[5]. However through a change of time perception linked to the speed of doubling[6], we are, at the same time, observers of the imperceptible times of our own time.

The doubling of time involves the doubling of the perception of time for the observer who can evolve in the two different times at the same time. This implies a quick shift between two spaces evolving in two different times. Paul Langevin’s twin paradox explains the surprising possibility which is offered to the observer of a space: a shift as fast as light makes him change times.[7] It is evident that our physical body does not allow us to travel at the speed of light or super luminous speeds. But like all particles in the universe, our body is dual: it is wave and corpuscle. An observer of a space and time has at his disposal an energetic body capable of going to look for information within other spaces and other times and bringing it back in order to warehouse it within the water of his physical body and so assure it balance at every given moment.

Called disincorporation, this dis-association between the physical body and the energetic body has been brought to light in numerous experiments. The first ones were carried out on jet plane pilots in the 1940’s. Placed inside a centrifuge, their times of unconsciousness, or blackouts due to the accelerations of these new planes, were studied. In our day experiments are easily carried out by touching a part of the brain[8]. Studies in NDE[9] have equally allowed us to better understand the reality of this energetic body. By leaving the physical body in imperceptible times at great speeds, [10] our energetic body changes times.

Changing times allows the observer to discover an unobservable space in his normal time of observation and evolution. As our visible universe is the result of a discontinuous observation, we understand the importance of dark or non-observable matter in our universe as well as that of dark or non-observable energy. This proves to us the existence of a double universe which must itself be doubled in imperceptible times according to the same movement.[11] We can then understand why black holes become the place of such singular time observation.




This new logic of time doubling allows us to understand and calculate the speed of light, which has the taste, smell and dimension of speed within equations. However it really isn’t a speed, as it is independent of the speed of origin as well as the speed of the observer. It doesn’t matter if you run away from it or you go to meet it, it will always catch you at the same speed. Introduced by Einstein, this paradox is disproven due to the understanding of time doubling, which enables it to be defined as being the doubling speed. We can then calculate it within our solar system, where we are the observers of this speed, as we ourselves are doubling in this fundamental movement.

The cyclical doubling movement involves three complementary energies:

·         Gravitational energy:             33,3% of the total energy.

·         Anti-gravitational energy:      66,6% of the total energy.

·         Balancing energy:                     0,1% of the total energy.


And the doubling cycle gives us the logical explanation of the initial inflation after the Big Bang and the final acceleration of the expansion of the universe, presently being observed. (Brian Schmidt and Saul Perlmutter – Nobel Prize 2012).


Obtained through this fundamental movement, time doubling permits the doubling of the perception of time by the observer who does not perceive more than a part of space.
This lets us explain the parts that are lacking in this observation (dark matter, dark energy) and also the fact that the Pre-Big Bang is only observable in a very short time (Planck time). However this time is very long in another time perceived by an exterior observer of our universe. We again encounter this time differentiation within black holes (Stephen Hawking) between the time a particle enters, seen by an exterior observer, and this same time which becomes very long if it is seen by an interior observer. The idea of an interior or exterior observer becomes extremely important.


The movement only allows the observation of doubling on the privileged plane of a three dimensional space. From this fact, the doubling tranformations, which take place on each one of the three planes of a three dimensional space, do not allow particle/anti-particle symmetry during the doubling cycle.

The intermediate accelerations and dilations which take place on the other two planes appear brutally on this privileged plane of observation That is how the American Clement Pryke’s team (BICEP2) has recently discovered (published March 2014) gravitational waves on a polarisation plane where brutal inflation appeared after the Big Bang. The origin of this polarisation and helicoidal movement on the polarisation plane is rigorously explained by the doubling movement which imposes this privileged observation plane. In an imperceptible time defined by the movement itself (at around 10-35 a second) an acceleration movement and a sudden dilation of this plane from 1 to 104´12 can take place in four successive periods, too instantaneous to be disassociated by the direct observation. The intermediate accelerations and dilations on the other two planes of the three dimensional space separate particles from antiparticles which can only be reunited on the same privileged observation plane at the end of a doubling cycle, but in a time imperceptible to the observer of this plane. This observer only has time to observe the acquisition of instantaneous energy. Our privileged observation plane is the terrestrial ecliptic.

These intermediate accelerations and dilations transform energy from 0.1% to 100% in an imperceptible time where the movement can continue with this energy, but with another perception of time and within a brutally dilated space. And one discovers with this second perception of time the three fundamental energies: 33.3%, 66.6% and 0.1%, which through acceleration become 100% in a brutally dilated space and in an imperceptible time…and so on and so forth.

Anti-gravitational energy only appears because of these effects, for example in planetary orbits that remain stable despite the law of gravity. The difference (66.6 – 33.3) renders the 33,3 observed by the one who cannot observe the real 66.6 but in imperceptible times. Einstein had intuited this energy, which was for him the cosmological constant, essential to the universe. However faced with the scientific community of his time, very hostile to this idea and without means of proving it, he was forced to admit that it had been the biggest mistake of his life. The current observation of the acceleration of the expansion of the universe proves him right and the doubling theory explains the reason behind this real energy that is only observable with a perception of time which we do not have on Earth during the doubling cycle.

This cycle reaches its end and enables new observation linked to a modification in the perception of time of the observers that we are on our privileged plane of earthly observation.

The difference in the perception of time of two observers is given by an equation which raises to the second power  the simple variables that are the measurements of spaces and times of observation, while, at the same time, dilating them.

The simplicity of this transformation by accelerations and dilations of movements in imperceptible times permits the application of simple calculations to these 3 fundamental energies.

For example:

9992 = 999´(1000 – 1) = (333 + 666)2 = 3332 + 2´6662, as well as the evidence: 12 = 1.


The interest of this movement, which also defines the golden ratio (f = j2-1)  of the Fibonacci sequence, is that it give us access to understanding the human body which allows us to observe a space within a stroboscopic perception of time.

Medical imaging has now proven to us that our time is only a discreet sequence of perceptible times separated by imperceptible times. This provides us, according to the Heisenberg principle (DT.D ђ), with infinite energy in imperceptible times (or null times). Is it not better to know why this null times exist!

Would it not be to allow information exchanges through these « time openings » imperceptible, but perfectly defined by the doubling theory, and to understand the mysterious principle of the « nonlocality » of particles and their « entanglement »? The doubling theory furnishes us with the explanation of these exchanges through a relationship amongst three observers involved in the same fundamental movement and who, in addition to the speed of light, make use of two super luminous speeds, linked by the equation :


C2 = 7 C1 = (73/12)105 C0 where C0 is the speed of light.


These super luminous speeds are now recognised by the scientific community who awarded the Wolf Prize to Alain Aspect in 2005. This Frenchman was the first to discover them in 1982, before Nicolas Gisin and Antoine Suarez who, in their own more recent observations, have been able to confirm his. The doubling theory explains these thoroughly.

This equation most importantly provides us with the explanation of the anticipation necessary to all controlled evolution. Why not try to control our own? 


[1] This cycle corresponds to the perfectly observable cycle of the precession of the equinoxes. The doubling theory has finally given it crucial importance. Divided into twelve periods of 2.070 years, it lasts 24.840 years (that is 100 rotations of Pluto around the Sun: a sidereal period = 248 years and 244 days) with a transition period of 1.080 years before the next cycle, that is a total of 25.920 years.  The diameter of the planetary disk (the Kuiper Belt being taken into account), is 100 AU (distance between Earth and the Sun = 1AU).

[2] During the first half of the doubling cycle, that immense dark cloud sucked up asteroids and planetoids from our solar system. During the second half (the only one observed by astrophysicists), it looks like a comet cannon which throws back all these masses. As enormous planetoids have recently appeared in the Kuiper Belt, on the horizon of our planetary system, we can deduce that we are headed for the end of a cycle. This apparition is taking place simultaneously to the large-scale solar explosions which tend to balance out these massive implosions. The orbital modifications of the asteroids are equally a fact of this end of cycle.

[3] Pre-Big Bang or Planck time (10-44 sec.) corresponds to our perception of time. It is a time imperceptible to another observer evolving in a time and space that we cannot perceive (see dark mass and energy).

[4] The doubling movement involves the dilation of each one of the three planes of reference (x, y, z) of a three dimensional space. The doubling cycle therefore begins by a violent dilation (called cosmic inflation) observable on a privileged observational plane (x, y) where one must observe the original gravitational waves and ends up by another violent dilation on the same plane (the actual acceleration of the expansion of the universe). This privileged plane of observation of a doubling space is found everywhere: in the universe, in the galaxies, in the terrestrial ecliptic, in the electron movements within atoms, and the recently discovered polarisation plane of doubling cells.

[5] The doubling theory therefore allows us to understand how a particle can dispose of infinite energy in a null time. We have therefore the scientific explanation of the Heisenberg principle  (DT.D ђ), brought to light by the observation and successful application in our current day technology

[6] This speed of doubling is the speed of light, which in equations has the dimension of a speed. However it is not speed given that it is independent of the speed of its origin as well as the speed of the observer (paradox introduced by Einstein). The doubling theory allows us to calculate this speed within our solar system through the simple comprehension of the doubling of time, which brings disproves this paradox.

[7] Drawing upon Einstein’s relativistic equations, Langevin’s twin paradox (1922) allows us to understand that a man who travels very quickly in space does not grow old as fast as his twin who remains on Earth. Due to his acceleration, he changes times during his voyage.

[8] Electric stimulation of the temporo-parietal junction, through electrodes implanted into the angular gyrus of a human brain, provokes this disincorporation.

[9] Near Death Experience. It was the philosopher and physician, Raymond Moody, who in the 1970’s set the ball rolling in the United States with many scientific investigations concerning these near death experiences.

[10] In addition to the speed of light C0, which defines the perception of the present time to all observers of a same time, in the same space, two super luminous speeds are necessary to create a future potential within an imperceptible time and update it thereafter, and so reap the benefits of permanent vital anticipation. These three speeds are linked through the equation: C2 = 7 C1 = (73/12)105 C0.

[11] The singularity of a black hole (Stephen Hawking) also allows a particle to instantaneously disappear into a black hole. However from the inside of this hole, another observer sees that this particle takes an enormous amount of time to be able to do this. 


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