Lightman, Alan

LightmanAlan Lightman
Comparative Media Studies (CMS) MIT
160 Memorial Drive 14E-303 Cambridge, MA 02139

YouTube: The Accidental Universe, 2014

Most recent email: September 10, 2017

Dear Prof. Dr. Alan Lightman:

We have made a little progress with our base-2 chart from the Planck units to the Age of the Universe, all encapsulated within 202 notations.

You may recall that our project began in 2011 in a high school geometry class where we were chasing the tetrahedral-octahedral clusters from our classroom model back to the CERN scale (dividing by 2) in about 47 jumps, and then back to the Planck scale in 67 additional jumps. The next day, when we multiplied by 2, in just 90 jumps we were out to the Observable Universe and the Age of the Universe. It became our sweet little STEM tool until we started questioning the first 67 notations to the edges of the CERN-scale stood out. Still an infinitesimally small length and time, it begged the question, “What’s there?

Math is math. Continuity is continuity. And, symmetry is symmetry. Or, are there exceptions? As idiosyncratic as it is, have we stumbled on to something? That little model works wonders for space and time!

More updates:
Frequently changing homepage:
A chart of all the numbers:
A simple theory:
Natural Inflation:

Using the baseball metaphor, I know in this game, we are well outside the left field lines. Idiosyncratic would be a kind description of our project! Is it just specious thinking or could it possibly be dressed up and brought out onto the playing field?

Thank you.

Most sincerely,

Bruce Camber
Austin, Texas

PS. Looking at the possibilities for math to work overtime, consider the scaling vertices at the 67th notation: 3.213×1060 is enough to begin fine-tuning. By our current notation, the Now — 202 — it has jumped on up to 1.699×10184 which gives us enough potential complexity to fine tune a multiverse! -BEC

First email: July 5, 2016

Amazing vitae. Simply wonderful. Congratulations.

Dear Prof. Dr. Alan Lightman:

We have a dream! We’re just highly-motivated high school folks so feel free to be hard on us. We have no depth of field.

In December 2011, our high school math club got started in a geometry class when we took the tetrahedron – octahedron structure and divided both by 2 until down in among the Planck base units. For consistency we then turned around and multiplied the base units by 2 until out to the Observable Universe. In February 2015 we added Planck Time and in February 2016, we added the other base units. More recently, we made it into a horizontally-scrolled chart and just this week we have such audacity, we’ve begun to inform Stephen Hawking (via email).

Ours is a sweet little view of an ordered universe in just over 201 notations. But, so what? To figure that out, we really need to turn to people like you, leading intellects of our time. Do you have any advice for us?

Many thanks.

Most sincerely,

Bruce Camber

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