The Foundational Questions Institute Essay Contest (2019-2020)
entitled “Undecidability, Uncomputability, and Unpredictability.”
A submission from Bruce Camber on March 8, 2020 titled:
Determinant becomes unpredictable, uncomputable, and undecidable
There are broken links throughout the PDF document that is currently on the FQXi site. I have subsequently learned that PDF files do not support a redirect within a file through the use of the pound-key symbol (#). It appears that each link must be to unique URLs with no redirects. I am still researching my options to correct this situation. I beg for your patience.
This work proceeds on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
Broken links in order of their appearance in the document:
 Are also the very first units of length and time?
 The “CDM of the universe” and Steven Weinberg’s “grand reductionism”
 Triangulated coordination shells
 Fourier Transform
 Lorentz Transformation
 Poincaré spheres
Planck Length multiple at one second: 299,792± km
 Automorphic forms
 Base-2, base-3, base-5, base-7, base-11 and base-13
 Aristotle’s mistake and Quantum Indeterminacy
Abstract: This simple mathematical model of the universe provides different domains for the dynamics of decidability , computability , and predictability  and a range of domains for their 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 may be defined. There is a domain of perfection with no quantum fluctuations and a much larger domain of imperfection where quantum fluctuations are fundamental.