## Minkowski’s Discovery of the Multispace Paradigm of Reality

Abstract This article explores Hermann Minkowski’s groundbreaking 1908 lecture Space and Time, where he introduced his Theory of the Absolute World. This theory, which encompasses the concept of four-dimensional spacetime, proposed...

## Multiverse Paradigm of Physical Reality: The Theory of Decaying Universes

Abstract. We present compelling evidence that reality encompasses more than just our own universe by examining several celestial objects that are widely known but not fully understood. First, we argue that the Milky Way galaxy is not planar or warped at both ends, but...

## Breaking the Cosmic Code: Quantum Spaces Are Real, Not Imaginary Structures

We show that quantum spaces, which we now think of as abstract mathematical structures, are in fact real spaces embedded in, but at the same time distinct from, the space of the universe. [pdf-embedder...

## State of Fundamental Physics

Facts and Open Questions of Fundamental Physics Since the dawn of humanity, we have lived with the paradigm that our universe is the alpha and omega of reality, a unique and smooth space. However, while working within this paradigm science has accumulated many...

## The Multispace Diagram vs Minkowski’s Diagram

In 1905, Einstein discovered the special relativity of inertial frames of reference, which generalizes Galileo's principle of relativity (that all uniform motion is relative, and that there is...

## Minkowski’s Legacy

Today, Hermann Minkowski is most famous for introducing a two-dimensional space-time diagram to explain the Lorentz transformation of Special Relativity. Over the last century, this intuitive visual aid has helped clarify Einstein's theory, significantly facilitating...