This page is https://81018.com/2020/01/27/elbaz/
First email: Monday, 27 January 2020 @ 10 PM (updated)
Dear Mr. Gil Elbaz:
We backed into it. We didn’t know what to do with it. It seemed like a very good, home-grown STEM tool. Though it is a large, open, dynamic data set, it has many unanticipated layers of meaningful information. But, there is such a limited precedent with this kind of data, it’ll require some collaboration with people who understand data sets to interpret and make it begin working to help us understand our universe, our world, and ourselves even better than we currently do. https://81018.com/home/
We are totally transparent. What you see is what you get. It is such an idiosyncratic model, it will be difficult to adopt quickly, but the simple logic is easy. You start with the smallest, most infinitesimal definition of space-time (given within the Planck base units), apply base-2 (doublings), and in 202 notations you will be out to the age and size of the universe. That’s everything, everywhere, for all time.
Might you be interested in talking about this little enterprise with me? Yes, it all started in a New Orleans high school geometry class.