First email: August 17, 2016 at 10:53 AM
Dear Prof. Dr. Maria Spiropulu,
The extended CERN family may feel like you’ve just hit a wall with the diphoton results. Yet, there are good results emerging. Numbers of people are calling to re-examine the basic-basic assumptions and first principles that undergirds experimental work. Perhaps it would be good to go all the way back to the Newton-Leibniz debate  to ask questions like, “Could space-time be derivative and finite? Could symmetry-continuity be infinite?”  Could a simple continuity equation for space-time be defined from the so-called singularity within the Planck scale and go all the way to the Age of the Universe? Because that’s been done, let us ask, “Might the first 67 notations from the Planck scale to the CERN-scale be meaningful?” 
If we use base-2 notation, there are about 202.34 notations from Planck Time to the Age of the Universe. Those first 67 notations up to the CERN-scale have potentially helpful data and a natural inflation. Our chart is here: https://81018.com/chart/
That chart is horizontally-scrolled and has over 1300 very simple calculations.
This progression of numbers from the Planck Scale to the CERN scale is assuredly idiosyncratic, but quite curious for its logic and simplicity. It just might be a place for pure math and geometry that defines the earliest structural possibilities that are beyond the wires of physicality. The Langlands programs are one option to carry this research forward. Of course there are many other approaches as well including work with bifurcation theory, cellular automaton, scalar field theory, and so on.
1. May I keep you posted on our work to develop this chart further?
2. Do you have any comments, suggestions, or advice? Thanks.
 That key two-year debate (1715-1716) between Leibniz and Newton (through Samuel Clarke) is far from over!
 Space and time are increasingly seen as derivative and finite.
 One of our goals is to define an ideal, universal symmetry-and-continuity that eventually give rise to the space and time that we can measure. It takes the better part of 67 doublings of the Planck Length and 143 doublings of Planck Time. These doublings continue to the current 202.34 notations such that we postulate that all simple symmetries, symmetry-breaking and SUSY are tangibly related. Our research of these numbers in the large horizontally-scrolled chart is on-going. It includes the dimensionless constants, nondimensionalization, renormalization and the role of infinity.
The Planck scale within these web pages is interpreted quite differently.
CERN scale: Within the chart, the CERN scale may well be defined between notations 60 to 80, yet it seems that most of the work of ATLAS and LHC is within notations 66-67-68.