Articles: The Beginning of the Universe
ArXiv: Hessian eigenvalue distribution in a random Gaussian landscape
Books: Many Worlds in One: The Search for Other Universes
CV Google Scholar
First email: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Dear Prof. Dr. Alexander Vilenkin:
In doing a survey this morning of your body of work, particularly the idea of quantum creation from a quantum vacuum, the mechanisms of symmetry breaking, phase transitions and topological defects ( and cosmic strings), I know you will think that what we are doing is just foolishness. It all started back in a New Orleans high school, so I would love somebody of your depth and breadth to get us back within the mainstream.
We just started out so naively, we forged our own way.
We have five assumptions about this universe: (1) the Planck base units are the best numbers to begin a study of the universe, (2) Length-and-Time and Mass-and-Charge are the basic four concepts, (3) thrust is given within light, within the never-ending, never-repeating dimensionless constants that define those base units, and also within Planck Charge, (4) an infinitesimal sphere best describes the first manifestation of physicality and we call it a plancksphere, and (5) these units, the thrust, and the spheres become the mechanism for doublings.
Our summary of those statements is here: https://81018.com
We started with Zeno’s paradox and simple geometries and it got out of control over the past seven years!
Might we hear from you?