Barabasi, Albert-Laszlo

Albert-Laszlo Barabasi

Distinguished University Professor
Northeastern University
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Homepage: Personal

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Dear Prof. Dr. Albert-Laszlo Barabasi:

I sent a note to Kim Albrecht this morning when I discovered the short video on the Science magazine’s website, The Network Behind the Cosmic Web. I believe the reason networks cohere from the microscopic to the macroscopic is that is all begins at the Planck units and expands using base-2 exponentiation creating an isotropic and homogeneous universe in just over 202 notations. Within the human scale vis-a-vis Planck Length from 67 (particles) to 134 (up in the range of the International Space Station), there is a certain openness currently known as quantum fluctuations that provides for the diversity and exceptions. More on that to come.

I entered Boston University through the Cohen/Wartofsky door and the Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science. In 1971, it became my new religion. I was an associate of Synectics Education (an Arthur D. Little invention-lab spin off with WJJ Gordon), a tag-a-long with Arthur Loeb (Philomorphs) and Bucky, and a groupie of Dennis Meadows and Jay Forrester at Sloan.

Of course, I would so thoroughly enjoy hearing from you. The letter to the AAAS that eventually brought me to you is posted on our website.

Congratulations on your work. Magnificent.

Most sincerely,
Bruce Camber
New Orleans

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