First email: Tuesday, 7 July 2020
Dear Prof. Dr. Simon White:
With some reluctance I write hoping that you might have a quick suggestion that could knock me off my spurious, idiosyncratic track that I’ve been on much too long.
We share a common interest in structure formation and dark matter. You, however, have hundreds of highly-cited, peer-reviewed papers and a most impressive career.
So to the point: Why doesn’t it all begin with the four Planck base units, yes with Planck Length/Planck Time and Planck Mass/Planck Charge? If so, could the first expression of physicality be the sphere? If so, could a primary functionality be sphere stacking? And, if so, could cubic-close packing of equal spheres very nicely extend that functionality?
There are 202 base-2 notations from the first instant to the current expansion with no less than 64 notations totally in the dark (too small to measure, so much smaller than the wave-particle duality).
Please, where are we going wrong? Thanks.
Philipp Busch email@example.com
Simon D. M. White firstname.lastname@example.org