2019-2020 Foundational Questions Institute
“Undecidability, Uncomputability, and Unpredictability.”
From Bruce Camber from April 2020:
Determinant becomes unpredictable, uncomputable, and undecidable
The PDF document that is currently on the FQXi site:
A simple mathematical model of the universe defines a range of domains, the dynamics of which are determinant and are also understood to inculcate the following: decidability , computability , and predictability . Then comes a range of domains, the dynamics of which transition to indeterminate, yet become a very real transmogrification to Undecidability , Uncomputability , and Unpredictability . By applying base-2 exponentiation to the Planck base units, the universe is parsed within 202 notations wherein which those domains can be further defined. There is a domain of perfection with no quantum fluctuations and a much larger domain of imperfection where quantum fluctuations become dominant.
1970: Engaged the 1935 EPR Paradox at the Boston Colloquium for the Philosophy of Science 1977: Victor Weisskopf (MIT) and Lew Kowarski (BU) opened the way to visit with John Bell at CERN. 1979: Coordinated a project at MIT to explore first principles as represented by 77 peer-selected, leading-living scholars. 1980: Worked with O. Costa de Beauregard and Jean-Pierre Vigier at the Institut Henri Poincaré. 2011: Challenged high school geometry classes to use base-2 exponential notation to follow the interior structure of basic geometries from the Planck Length and to the edges of the Observable Universe.