Meeting #1, Nature of the Finite-Infinite

Session 1: Models of the Universe 
What is your model of the Universe? What is possible?


1. The Four Horseman of the Non-Apocalypse: What do we know about Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens? None of them knew there is a simple, mathematical and geometric grid from the smallest to the largest.
2. Big Board-little universeExponential UniverseQuiet Expansion, Universe View: Background story and a few new insights and charts. It all needs feedback and discussion.

Models of the Universe.
1. Theological and Philosophical models:
Genesis 1:1-4   “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth…”
John 1:1 “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word…”
2.  Scientific models: Contrast those passages with those of cosmologists-physicists, Stephen Hawking, Neil Turok and Steven Weinberg.  The Standard Model of Cosmology is the big bang theory.
• Hawking’s starting point of the universe is “infinitely dense and infinitely hot.”
• Neil Turok says, “The universe is actually in a perpetual state of big bangs.”
• Steven Weinberg asks, “What could be more interesting than the question of Genesis?” And, then, “In the beginning was an explosion…”

Alternatives to the bang: None of these alternatives to the big bang has been generally accepted by the academic community.

3. Mathematical models: “Order things!”   Remember first grade…
•  Size: from the smallest to largest  Remember high school geometry classes…
•  Time: from the first to the last, from the youngest to the oldest
•  Mass:  from the lightest to the heaviest
•  Power: from the weakest to the strongest

The first person in history to have incompletely-but-mathematically inscribed the universe was a Dutch high school teacher, Kees Boeke, who in 1957 release his book, Cosmic View. Because he did not start at the Planck Time and go to the Age of the Universe, he missed 21 notations, steps, doublings or jumps.

Resources to start your own Study Group:

Promo sample to paste on bulletin boards: Please Update the dates, locations and people.
Update: PDF to be printed back-to-back after updating. It creates four 4.25×5.5 inch handouts.
Session 1:Models of the Universe   Worksheet #1   S1a   S1b   S1c
Session 2: Models of the Universe
Session 3: Finite-Infinite: Continuity-Symmetry-Harmony
Session 4: Finite-Infinite: Order-Relations-Dynamics
Session 5: Light: As defined by the Planck Length and Planck Time
Session 6: Light: There are ten ways to reconsider the nature of time
Session 7: Eight Key Ideas
Session 8: Planck Explains Einstein and Redefines Space-Time and Pi.
Session 9: “It’s a wrap.”
1. Always check the homepage of
2. Check for any prior homepages you may have missed.
3. Add to the dialogue: Comment, like, Tweet, Link


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