A few tweets and emails

Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia

@drsanjaygupta Perhaps diving deep within, the antithesis of the 30,000′ overview, might help. How deeply within can you go? If to Planck’s scale, you’ll need help: https://81018.com/chart/ takes his base units and applied base-2 exponentiation. Just 202 doublings to see it all!

Further comment: From the beginning of time until now!


Prof. Dr. Dean Rickles, Sydney University, Australia

@deanrickles Planck Length divided by Planck Time is within .1% of the speed of light. What happened at that moment? Light-space-time: an infinitesimal sphere? https://81018.com/perfection/ Add Fourier. Cubic-close packing. Is it the start? Why not?


References:  https://www.sydney.edu.au/arts/about/our-people/academic-staff/kristie-miller.html In PhilPapers:  https://philpapers.org/rec/MILDIR  “Does it really seem as though time passes?”

Dear Prof. Dr. Kristie Miller:

What if we go back to the first moment of time and physicality?
Are there three faces for Planck Length, Planck Time, and
the speed of light? If just one, what would it be? A circle? A sphere?

Let’s assume, a sphere. Take it as a given, then what? A stacking of spheres?
Notations? Doublings? Additive? Exponential?

Let’s assume, exponential. Geometrical and linear, too.
But ostensibly, exponential.

By the first second? By the first year? By the first million years?
This chart of the numbers could help: https://81018.com/chart/

If all notations are complete, fully-symmetrical, except for the last one,
might we have tucked the flow of time into just one notation?

It may well be worth the time to ask and
begin to intuit the meaning of time all around the edges!

Thanks.

Warmly,
Bruce


 

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