The next day I received a very short reply from the academician: dS ~ – ds. This is the whole answer. There was nothing else.

I formulated the problem of maximum own time for different scientists. Nobody answered me. Most of them could not enter the subject at all.

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### Clarifying Fermat’s Principle

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### General Theory of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

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### Principle of least Action

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