## Mathematical Physics   ## Hybrid Time Theory: "Euler's Formula" and the "Phi-Algorithm"

Authors: Stephen H. Jarvis

In this series of papers on the golden ratio algorithm (phi-algorithm) for time [1-14], the concept of time as the phi-algorithm has been the core focus of topic. Through the development of the papers, the idea of the phi-algorithm for time seeking to define pi has resulted in the development a vast field of ideas covering what is perceived and measured of the natural physical world, containing equations that fit all observed data regarding the field forces for mass and energy and associated constants thereof. These results took shape from the initial premise of defining space as a “0” 3-d construct associated to time, “time” as a concept that is tagged to a basic logical construct of consciousness, namely the features of time-before, time-now, and time-after, and how that process of time from time-before to time-after can fit with the basic feature of 0-space in time-now. It was proposed that time would propagate from any point in 0-space as a spherical wavefront at a fixed rate. Now, in this paper, that assumption will be fully addressed, namely the assumption of time seeking to conform to a spherical wavefront and thus to the notion of the value of pi. This will be achieved by first addressing how words should be most precisely and efficiently used to explain the notion of space and time in detailing a just as efficient and precise use of numbers describing the process of linking a 0 reference in space to an infinite reference. Then, that description will uphold the findings of papers 1-14 [1-14], most importantly the final premise reached in paper 14 regarding natural radioactive decay. There it shall be explained exists an associated equation for time, not explicitly the phi-algorithm for time, yet an associated algorithm of its own explained in Euler’s formula. The aim here in this paper is to then propose a compromise between two time-theories as a general equation for time involving the value of “Euler’s number”, “phi”, and “pi”.

### Submission history

[v1] 2020-01-13 03:25:51
[v2] 2020-01-14 00:52:28