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(Written by Ioannis Zaglaris)
The Hellene writer Nikos Kazantzakis with his epic ODYSSEY is invisibly presenting to all of
us a specific design.
Which is the design? Write it down; reveal it, if you can.
We refer with that challenge to the letters of Einstein sent to Caratheodory at the beginning
of the last century.
See ‘CONSTANTINOS CARATHEODORY’* - in Greek - by Stavros Theophanidis, Professor
of Applied Economics in Panteion University, PUBL. Piraeus Bank, Athens 2002, p. 66, the
letter of Einstein, (in German), to Caratheodory in which Einstein says verbatim:
“…If, though, you answer the closed time-lines question, I will kneel before you with crossed
arms. There is something hidden here, which deserves the best men’s sweat....”
See also in the same book, on p. 78, in another letter:
“…Would you like to consider something about the closed time-lines problem too? Here is
the core of what is still unresolved part of the Space-Time problem...”
In continuation we make the allegation that the closed time-lines under question are given
with the Kazantzakis epic ODYSSEY. In fact they correspond with Plato’s definition of
time: "in one and the same number for ever going figure" or with Aristotle’s definition:
"one now distinctively present among a non end of them."
Thus following Einstein's forecast, a literal observation of physical phenomena may lead to
the revelation of the mathematical/geometrical description of them proving time to be
absolute despite his own theory of relativity explaining the nature of time as being relative.
One and the same point of view exists in an eternally identical way between the writer and
the reader, no matter if they are dead or alive. Only one of them or both.
- Read also the same meaning in an other way:
Keeping in mind the well known function f(x)=ax2+bx+c and using the spatial dimensions of
the epic poem ODYSSEY written by N. Kazantzakis how is one able to reveal the squareroot
of spacetime? That is, describe, if you can, in a completely covariant form with the one
invisibly presented by the writer the physical phenomenon of the Hellenic or cosmic soul
being immortal. Write copyright or
in order to live a fantastic experience, prove the existence of perpetual motion.
(Edited by Triada Samaras 8/2015)

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