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Jitendra Kumar Barthakur


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This book is a plain English version of our 1999 book “TIME”. TIME contained a few mathematical expressions and translations of text from old Sanskrit literature. In his 1999 book, the author had devised an Odvoito Operator, the seventh of the operators of plus, minus, multiplication, division, differentiation and integration, to tackle the problem of defining time with dynamism and sub-dynamism… In this 2004 book, he explains the process in plain English. He also explains, in plain English, how observations are always within the Euclidean space, and he doubts if the two “necessary” axioms of continuity of straight line and the parallel postulate were really disproved way back in Nuremburg to sink the science of observation in hyperbolic space and then in Riemannian space that houses relativity. He defines time for the Euclidean space. He takes the advantage of the development of the relativity literature, especially of topology of Professor Brouwer, to develop the concepts of paratime - the timeforms that are not the conscious time of observation. On the side, the relativity based concepts of Black Hole and Big Bang are discarded; the concept of 0 K being the absolute temperature is discarded showing that at a temperature much below 0 K the matter dissipates into particles and sub-particles and possibly reform later, (because the time does not die), in Vander Waal type of conglomerations of matter and energy. For the philosophers, the paradoxes of Zeno are sorted out for ever…..

Author, Jitendra Kumar Barthakur, Ph.D. in statistics, is a retired civil servant of the Government of India, who had initially worked for a usable time theory for demography, where the population exists in independent continuity of “date” that also houses the discrete subsets of deaths and births, which are better understood with the temporal variable of personal “age”. The quest takes him far away from demography and to the “foreign” fields of philosophy and the philosophy of science. He gives out his theory in his 1999 book named “TIME.” That theory upsets several axioms of physics, like of absolute temperature, and the fictions of Black Hole and Big Bang. He decides to write this 2004 book in plain English…