Hayley Dunning, Research Media Officer
Imperial College, London, Faculty of Natural Sciences
Most recent email: 9 June 2017
Well, obviously, my earlier note to you was not compelling!
A mathematically-integrated view of the universe in 202 notations
whereby everything is related to everything is not a theory of
everything. It is just a model of everything.
It is too simple for words.
We learned how to multiply by 2 in the second and
third grades and that is all we are doing.
The Planck base units are either wrong or right.
If they are wrong, where is the evidence?
There is plenty of evidence that they are right.
Ours is a model in the making:
Can we talk?
First email: Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 8:07 AM Re: Article, "The Big Bang might have been just a Big Bounce"
Wonderful summary! “…physicists have long debated this idea as it means the universe began in a state of complete breakdown of physics as we know,” OR it began, not just simply, but very, very simply at the Planck scale (and as it does in so much of science), it just doubles.
Use base-2 notation from the base units and you get the universe as we know it in just over 200 doublings, notations, steps, groups, sets etc.
I hope you will take a look and that we might hear from you.
Reference: Perfect Quantum Cosmological Bounce, Steffen Gielen and Neil Turok, Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 021301, 6 July 2016 ( https://arxiv.org/abs/1510.00699 ) Also: https://arxiv.org/find/all/1/all:+AND+Steffen+Gielen/0/1/0/all/0/1