Gilbert George Lonzarich, FRS (1977)
Professor of Theoretical Physics
Head of Quantum Matter
Fellow of Trinity College
Cavendish Laboratory, JJ Thomson Avenue,
University of Cambridge
Cambridge, England, UK
Article by Elizabeth Gibney: A quantum pioneer unlocks matter’s hidden secrets
Facebook: On the Nature Research page (International Weekly Journal of Science)
YouTube: Superconductivity Near Quantum Critical Points Apr 21, 2016. This YouTube video is an Introduction to Cooper Pair Formation via Charge and Spin Interactions (audio is very weak).
Second email: 12 December 2018
1. A Quantum Pioneer Unlocks Matter’s Hidden Secrets by Elizabeth Gibney (Nature, Sept. 2017): “What if each quantum critical point is just the beginning of another generation? …probing the boundaries around those states could reveal more phases, and studying the boundaries of those could reveal yet more, with discoveries unfolding in a fractal manner.”
3. First reference: https://81018.com/derivative/ (October 2017)
Dear Prof. Dr. Gil Lonzarich:
I recognize how difficult it is to engage the concept of this universe as some kind of an exposition of base-2, or Euler’s exponentiation, or the simple doublings of the Planck base units. So much of Cambridge University’s history has been tied to absolute space and time.
So, to know the truth and to seek wisdom, l believe it will take a person of your stature and someone from Cambridge to open or close the door of this exploration.
Might you take a look and comment? I thank you.
First email: 15 November 2018
RE: Your question, “What if each quantum critical point is just the beginning of another generation?”
Dear Prof. Dr. Gil Lonzarich:
We took the Planck base units of Length, Time, Mass and Charge and applied base-2 exponentiation. In 202 doublings, the chart is out to the Age of the Universe. It seems straight forward, however, the results are rather startling.
First, it is a simple, logical, mathematical map of the universe. I am not sure… are there any others?
By studying the numbers associated with each doubling, we see that most of the 202 doublings are about the early universe. Notation 143 contains the first second. Notation 197 contains the beginning of large structure-formation. All the numbers are here: https://81018.com/chart/
Though entirely idiosyncratic, I think there is something here.
1. Of course, the Planck Length doubling at one second, divided by the Planck Time doubling at one second is very close to the value of the speed of light in a vacuum. It is consistent with Planck’s initial equation for Planck Time. Yet, it is naturally also consistent within each of the 202 notations. Space and time appear to be derivative, quantized, and discrete.
2. There is a natural inflation that mimics the ΛCDM model.
3. All notations appear to be forever active and necessarily interdependent and appears to define the Now (Richard Muller and Carlo Rovelli).
We started this project in a high school geometry class in 2011 ( https://81018.com/home/ ) with just the Planck Length. We did not introduce Planck Time until 2014 and Planck Mass and Planck Charge until 2015. So, really we have just begun to study and attempt to understand these numbers in light of current theories within cosmology and physics. It is entirely provocative!
Even though it is idiosyncratic, is there any hope for it? The current homepage is my latest attempt to spotlight key ideas and problems. Thank you.
PS. I have started a reference page for your work on our website:
Of course, you caught me with your key question: What if each quantum critical point is just the beginning of another generation?
Currently the Weinberg Group is finally studying it down to the Planck scale:
Here is my review of The First Three Minutes Revisited.
First Tweet about Lonzarich's work: 10 October 2017