Articles: Do We Have the Big Bang Theory All Wrong? Nautilus, July 31, 2014
ArXiv (21), Cosmic vacuum energy decay and creation of cosmic matter, Oct. 2016
Books: With or without the big bang. That is the question, Springer Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg 2016, ISBN 978-3-66247711-3
Most recent email: March 1, 2021, 10:33 AMSo entirely wonderful to hear from you. Thank you for that attachment. Just wonderful. I’ll drop you another note — if I may — to comment on it. My orientation: With a bunch of high school geometers, we just happened to follow Zeno down inside the tetrahedral – octahedral complex. We went 45 steps from the classroom into particle physics and another 67 steps down into the Planck scale. We tied it together with 90 steps out to the current time and began working within those 202 base-2 notations from the first moment of time (assumed to be PlanckTime) to today, the Now. Why now? It’s so very difficult, with so many possibilities, to lock in on the right beginning, the right progression, and with the right tools; and of course, it has to be a major miracle whenever anybody does. -Bruce
First email: Friday, June 30, 2017
Dear Prof. Dr. Hans Jörg Fahr:
I just discovered the summary of your work over within the 31 July 2014 Nautilus article, Do We Have the Big Bang Theory All Wrong? Your work over on ArXiv and ResearchGate provides more than enough in-depth work to study! Thank you for being so prodigious in your search for a proper understanding of mass.
Of course, Neil Turok is coming at it from quite another perspective; he, too, is saying that Hawking is wrong. Your combined conclusions are compelling.
Thanks again for further opening the discussions about mass.
PS. Interesting references:
- Arman Shafielooa, b Dhiraj Kumar Hazrac, Consistency of the Planck CMB data and ΛCDM cosmology
- Yu. L. Bolotin and V. V. Yanovsky, Modified Planck units