Nagpal, Ritika

Prof. Dr. Ritika Nagpal

Department of Mathematics
Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology
University of Delhi, New Delhi-110 078, India

ArXiv: Cosmological aspects of a hyperbolic solution in f(R,T) gravity
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First email: Apr 16, 2019, 11:01 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. Ritika Nagpal:

I have been attempting to grasp the essence of your writing (referenced above).

My work has been done mostly on the high school level, so you can well understand that I am at a loss. Notwithstanding, I am trying hard to interpret work we did as a class when we went further and further inside the tetrahedron and octahedron until in 45 steps we were within the domain of particle physics and in another 67 steps we were within the Planck scale. Of course, we then got our physics teacher involved and that opened a new universe for us.

When we took our desk top objects — — and multiplied by 2, we were very surprised to find ourselves we were out to the age and size of the universe in just 90 steps.

Base-2 notation using just the checkerboard goes out to the 64th power. Here we are going to the 202nd power to encapsulate the universe.  But, nobody seems to make any sense of it. Can you help us?

What logic functions are we failing to understand? If the universe is encapsulated ideally or mathematically within 202 notations, and these notations follow the Planck base units, and that scale seems to work, isn’t it a simple outline within which to begin to understand our universe in new ways?

Thank you for any help you can give us.

Our current homepage explains more:
Our chart is here:

Most sincerely,

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