Second email: 30 January 2020 at 12:03 PM
Wouldn’t it be spectacular if you were the one
to break the logjam within physics and cosmology today.
You’d be great explaining the simplicity of this universe
using base-2 from the Planck base units to map the universe
in just 202 doublings.
Nobody is focusing on an “Exponential Universe.”
Euler would love you!
I am sure you could so fully imbibe its simple logic and rather simple
mathematics, the kids of the world would adopt an excellent STEM
tool to grasp the unity of all things.
Crazy? If not, do want to talk a little about it?
PS. Did you know the Hayden has the wrong email address posted here:
They are posting — firstname.lastname@example.org — which obviously is wrong.
First email: Sun, Sep 14, 2014 at 6:56 PM
Updated: An updated note from Sun, Sep 14, 2014 at 6:56 PM Bruce Camber wrote:
Bill, you surely enjoy the company of Neil deGrasse Tyson. Wonderful.
How often will you be at the Hayden? The kids of NYC and the area will come flocking to the Science Guy… Can life get any better?
Of course it can! Boeke did his work in 1957 in a Holland high school.
We are doing our work in a private New Orleans high school. It all began in a geometry class as we looked at nested geometries and chased them back to the Planck Length. Then it started getting a bit strange.
BTW, could you and/or Neil tell us, has anyone in history answered the question, “Why is the universe isotropic and homogeneous at any level, small-human-or-large scale?”
I wish you well at the Hayden!