From: David Lynch <dnl1960 at>
To: Lee Smolin <lsmolin at>
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2021, 05:36:50 PM EDT
Subject: Breaking Einstein's grip on time


In the video, Lee Smolin - How Can Space and Time be the Same Thing?

The person interviewing you points out that your position on time is a radical break.

I spent numerous evenings discussing with Dr. Fred Partus, the deconstruction of Einstein’s Time. Dr. Partus used the same, Dave your position on time is radical, and it is going to take Science 269 years to catch up to you.

During the years of discussions with Dr Partus, I have derived an equation that uses the logic of Lynch, the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton, and the sayings of Socrates to describe a moment of time as infinite. I call the equation the KnoWell.

Over the past 10 years, I have also found Schrodinger, Descartes, Hegel, and Anaximander, embedded in the KnoWell.

In my letter to Fay Dowker,  I explain how to apply M theory branes to modern cosmological questions.

Recently, I have discovered that the icing on the KnoWell cake is the 11 dimensions of String's M theory. Using the KnoWell, the 11 dimensions can be expressed without folding infinity.

To perceive the 11 dimensions, you must break Einstein’s T into three parts, P, M, F.

Past, up, down, both~3
Moment, up, down, both~3
Future, up, down, both~3

U is set notation for the Union of each of the 3 states of past, moment, and future.  The Union of the 9 states is equivalent to Einstein’s T.

i is for information. Replace the infinite one, Ein Sof, with qubit, and the KnoWell is a quantum computation.

In the KnoWell,  the past up is negative absolute zero, the past down is the negative speed of light, the past both is the negative 1 in-between zero and the speed of light.

The language of mathematics, -∞<0.0<∞+, has lead brilliant minds deep down into black holes filled with rabbits, and has trapped great scientists in wormholes made of mirrors.

Science's greatest mistake is 0.0

For Science to break out of their stagnation, Science must embrace a new axiom of mathematics, -C>∞<C+

Since no one listens to me, the task of breaking time from Einstein’s grip rests with you

David Noel Lynch

P.S. Dr Fred Partus holds 35 patents in fiber optic technology that he obtained through his work at Bell Labs.