**Tweet**, Thursday, November 30, 2017

**@RealJaronLanier** A good idea is an integrated view of the universe from the Planck Length/Planck Time to the Observable Universe/Age of the Universe right now. Time becomes derivative. Space, too. Use base-2 and you’ll have 202 notations.

**From Wikipedia**: “**Jaron Zepel Lanier** is an American computer philosophy writer, computer scientist, visual artist, and composer of classical music. A pioneer in the field of virtual reality, Lanier and T. G. Zimmerman left Atari in 1985 to found VPL Research, Inc., the first company to sell VR goggles and gloves…”

**Email**, Thursday, November 30, 2017

Dear Jaron:

A mathematically-integrated universe view is way more cool than any worldview.

As early as 1957, Kees Boeke, a high school teacher, did a base-10 map of the known universe in 40 jumps. His book, *Cosmic View*, has become a cult classic and tours of the universe based on it have proliferated on the web and IMAX theaters. Yet, it is a bit peculiar that it took 54 years before anybody thought to do a base-2 map. A bit more natural and granular, it is still a look at the totality of our universe.

In December 2011, we backed into that base-2 matrix from our high school geometry classes: https://81018.com/home The result is over 1000 simple calculations in just 202 notations: https://81018.com/chart

The implications are mind-boggling. First, the academics made some rather large mistakes.

Sir Isaac got us going on *absolute space and time* and we haven’t deviated since 1686. But, he was wrong. Then another Lucasian Professor from the original Cambridge, Stephen Hawking, got us going on a big bang theory; and though deviants are now everywhere, it may take a few more years before a natural inflation ( https://81018.com/ni ) is fully recognized. Notably Hawking’s one-time boss, mentor, colleague, co-author and collaborator, Neil Turok (Perimeter Institute, Ontario) tells us, *Hawking is wrong*: https://81018.com/lefschetz

**Here’s the key and where you come into this picture**. An integrated view of the universe in 202 notations gives us about 60 notations that can only be explored by mathematics and virtual reality (VR). If we unlock that pathway…

I would enjoy talking with you about it.

Most sincerely,

Bruce

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Bruce Camber

https://81018.com/bec

Austin, Texas

PS. To unlock that pathway, please see these posts: Langlands I, II, & III