In the first volume of this theory of everything:
• Perspectives of modern science and metaphysics are combined.
• The different definitions of time are discussed, emphasizing the subjective origin of the concept and the never-ending attempts to obtain its common and objective idea.
• The book attempts to replace the correct duality of subjective and objective reality in the realm of philosophy, separating them from other, let’s say, imaginary realities.
• The new theory of everything is presented from a strictly scientific point of view.
The second volume explains the basic concepts of Einstein's Theory of Relativity, analyzing: • Maxwell's equations and the Lorentz transformations, the principles of Poincaré and interpretations of the Michelson-Morley experiment as immediate antecedents of relativistic physics.
• Physical principles and postulates of Einstein's relativity.
• The geometry of Euclidean space and types of space in Einstein’s theory with reference to the geometry of space of Minkowsky and Riemann. • Concept of inertial, gravitational and relativistic mass.
• Principle of equivalence incorporating gravity in General Relativity and the twin paradox.