Articles: The calibrated cosmos by Tim Maudlin, Aeon, 12 Nov 2013
– – – – In Defense of the Reality of Time (about Maudlin by George Musser)
– – – – What Happened Before the Big Bang? The New Philosophy of Cosmology
– – – —(about Maudlin by Ross Andersen in Atlantic Monthly, January 2012)
ArXiv: What Bell Did (and others)
Books: Quantum Non-Locality and Relativity (2011, Blackwell)
– – – Philosophy of Physics: Space and Time (2012)
YouTube: Big Bang, Cosmology, Theology and Meaning and many more
Dear Prof. Dr. Tim Maudlin:
If a relatively-simple, mathematically-predictive model of the universe were to emerge, shouldn’t it either be beaten down or lifted up? Such a model using base-2 notation from the Planck scale, renders a model. Even though it came out of the naïveté of a high school geometry class, it appears to have some possibilities.
Would you have a quick look at a large horizontally-scrolled page with just over 200 columns. You can easily scroll the four Planck base units from their so-called singularity to the current Age of the Universe: https://81018.com/chart/
Does it have any potential? Thank you.
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Bruce E. Camber
More references to your work:
Tim Maudlin in action at #NightOfPhilosophy
Apr 24, 2015 – Massimo Pigliucci · @mpigliucci. Professor of Philosophy at City College. Philosophy of science & pseudoscience, Stoicism as a philosophy of life.
- Maudlin, Tim, 1989, “The Essence of Spacetime,” in A. Fine and J. Leplin (eds.), PSA 1988, Volume 2, pp. 82–91.
- –––, 1990, “Substances and Spacetimes: What Aristotle Would have Said to Einstein,” Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science, 21: 531–61.