Casey Luskin

Note from Bruce Camber: The seemingly natural divisions of the 200 notations is one half, then one third, then one fourth, and so on. At notation 100 there is the width of hair. Just below it is the size of a human egg. Just above it, there is the size that includes human sperm. This chart is a focus on life. Dividing by three, the first 67 notations are the very small scale, pre-particles, where we focus on ratios. At notation 134 we are in the range of the International Space Station when directly overhead. At 201 we come up to the current time and the age of the universe. I would enjoy the comments of somebody who is informed within the Discovery Institute.

Casey Luskin CV:

March 2017

Dear Casey:

Back 1959 — being just age 12 years old — I began asking questions about the Nicene formula, especially the fully man and fully God part. I had grown up in the Episcopal and United Methodist churches and I held back from my cohort when it came time for confirmation. I continued questioning until 1971. Through my study of perfected states in space-time, a new journey began and that old triune formula took a very different direction.

Within a moment of perfection, I began studying order-continuity, relations-symmetries, and dynamics-harmony. That took a very different direction in 2011; with a bunch of high school geometry students, we used base-2 notation to outline the universe in just over 200 notations from the Planck scale to the Age of the Universe.

Although we immediately thought of it as a STEM tool, we didn’t know what we were doing. It seemed important so we started writing down our thoughts. One student even made it a science fair project.

You can see from the 2015 email (below) that Kelley Unger referred me to you.
Since the time of that note, I have inched along; all our articles are being consolidated and updated

Given big bang cosmology’s many peculiarities, shouldn’t we still be asking,
Is there a better theory?” Of course, it would be quite unlikely to come out of a high school geometry class. Notwithstanding, we may have backed into it. Those 200 notations define a quiet inflation. In this model, the universe is just over one second old at notation 144. It is truly an Alice in Wonderland space! Though encouraged by the deep nature of continuity and symmetry and the role of mathematics, we have been fishtailing looking for someone who’ll say, “You just may have something there” or “That’s a dead end.”

We started posting things in 2012 on blogs on the web. In September 2016,
we began consolidating all that writing to one site: is the one page with all the raw numbers.
Might you take a look to see if it might be of interest? Thanks.

Most sincerely,
Bruce Camber
New Orleans

Wed, Sep 9, 2015 at 4:50 PM, Kelley Unger wrote:

Dear Bruce:

I am sorry, but this is outside of my area of expertise. The person
I would refer this to is Casey Luskin, our research coordinator.
By copy of this email I have shared this email with him.
Thank you for your interest in our work.


Kelley Unger
Director, Discovery Society

From: Bruce Camber
Sent: Monday, September 07, 2015 3:14 PM
To: Kelley Unger
Subject: Thanks for your recent email….


Would you do me a small favor and take a quick look at this article,
and give me your first impression? It’s a bit of a stretch… (new link, same article)

If it is at all intriguing, it has a brief history: (new link, same article)


New Orleans
Bruce Camber
Center for Perfection Studies

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