Mustapha Ishak-Boushaki, Professor of Physics, University of Texas at Dallas
• https://arxiv.org/abs/1806.10122 General Relativity in Cosmology
• https://arxiv.org/pdf/1708.09813.pdf Large-scale-structure data sets
• https://arxiv.org/pdf/astro-ph/0411803.pdf 2005 – Dynamical dark energy
First email: Friday, 7 September 2018
Dear Prof. Dr. Mustapha Ishak-Boushaki:
I am having a great time reading your ArXiv articles and pages within your group’s website. I have so much to learn.
You might be interested in looking at our data set that we developed in a most idiosyncratic way.* We took the Planck base units and applied base-2 exponentiation. By the 202nd doubling we were approaching the age of the universe and the size of the universe. The first 65 notations are below the CERN-scale. The first second appears between the 143rd and 144th notation. The first 343 million years bring us up to 197th notation. The data is mostly about the earliest universe.
The 202+ data sets are all here: https://81018.com/chart/
I tried to do some analysis here: https://81018.com/planck_universe
I suspect you could look at the data and within just a few notations, tell us why such a model does or doesn’t work. We think it just might work if we change our understanding of the nature of space and time.
Whatever you tell us, we’re all ears!
PS. We are going notation by notation to call on experts like you to help us determine if these numbers have any legitimacy. https://81018.com/1-202/