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• Get a grip. Get the universe
• If Turok Tells Us That Hawking Is Wrong, The Big Bang Apple Is Falling
First email: Sunday, June 18, 2017
RE: Might we add a radically different possibility to your Multiverse and bubble universe collection? We’re not cosmologists, just students.
Dear Prof. Dr. Jean-Luc Lehners:
Thank you for your prodigious work. Thank you for your openness to new ideas. Today, I beg your patience with a naive, simple idea that originated in a high school geometry class in 2011. By doubling the Planck base units, over and over and over again, the results are an interesting map of the universe whereby everything starts simply, quietly and infinitesimally… certainly not super hot.
At the 149th notation the universe is now 38.47 seconds old. At 11,533,588.224 kilometers, the length is almost 10 times larger than the diameter of our sun (1.392 million kilometers). The mass at 1.5532×1036 kilograms is now substantially greater than the sun (1.989×1030 kilograms). The coulombs number has grown to 1.3384×1027 or 1338 yottacoulombs.
Notation Doubling of
—- Planck Time Planck Length Planck Mass Planck Charge
173 645,492,017.5 s 1.935015×1017 km 2.605×1043 kg 2.245×1034 C
199 4.331×1016 s 1.298×1024 km 1.748×1051 kg 1.506×1042C
I know this is a very cursory introduction. The embedded link above goes to the chart of numbers: https://81018.com/chart We know that it is entirely idiosyncratic, however, your video on YouTube reflects a special integrity.
Are we just being silly? Could simple math and simple logic have given us a simple foundation for the first bubble?
PS. Given challenges by friends and family, I am now working on three articles in an attempt to explain this chart in a more systematic and visual manner. With all my deep limitations, you know that it is a very steep challenge indeed. -B
LAST SCATTERING SURFACE. According to the standard Big Bang theory, the early Universe was sufficiently hot for all the matter in it to be fully ionised. … These photons reach present-day observers as the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB).