First email: Sunday, September 16, 2018
RE: More than our genes and DNA, math encodes everything, everywhere, for all time…
Dear Prof. Chis John Budd:
In our high school in New Orleans (USA), we applied base-2 to the Planck base units and mapped the universe to its current expansion in just 202 notations or doublings. We thought it was a marvelous STEM tool until we started studying the first 64-to-67 notations. It seems like a transition from that which can only be measured mathematically and logically from that which has measurable physicality. http://81018.com is our current website for our work.
So when you say “Maths is coded in your Genes,” we not only agree, we say, “Mathematics is encoded in everything, everywhere, for all time; and along the way, we’ll discover how it redefines time!”
I thought you might find our work to be of interest, albeit quite idiosyncratic.
I am the stinker who instigated that discussion about Zeno’s paradox and made the challenge to touch the Planck Wall. Because it was a geometry class and we were digging down inside what we call the tetrahedral-octahedral complex , we also discovered the 7.356103172+ degree gap with just five tetrahedrons and within the icosahedron. We probably go much too far with our generalizations; we are not scholars, yet excited to be learning so many new things!
Embedded web links:
The tetrahedral-octahedral complex: https://81018.com/tot/
The 7.356103172+ degree gap: https://81018.com/number/#Pentastar
It is endlessly fascinating to me, and I would be delighted with your quick assessment even if it is harsh! Thank you.