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from August 2020 back to August 31, 2018 on http://81018.com
(Each of these 72 posts served as a homepage for a period of time on this website)
- August 25: Big Bang Cosmology Gets Swallowed-Up
- August 2: History of the First Three Minutes of the Universe
- July 20: Concepts & Ideas: Open for collaborations.
- July 11 (Sunday): A request for a critical review of these claims…
- June 25: Integrate Everything-Everywhere-for all time –
A Different Model To End Violence
- May 24: Duped by Aristotle, Newton & Hawking
- May 23: Infinite-finite
- April 23: Our Warm and Fuzzy Universe
- March 24: We do not understand space and time.
- March 8: Imperfection and indeterminacy
- March 1: Claim
- February 23: Mathematical perfections and moments of perfection
- February 9: 12 Key Concepts (A Re-initiated Homepage)
- January 26: An Alternative View of the Universe
- January 10: A Different Framework Defines the Universe
- January 1, 2020: Still cutting a trail, years later, at the beginning of the year,
- December 21, 2019: This cosmological model has logic; the big bang has noise.
- December 20: Wrong since 1687, we can start to get it right.
- December 18: Impeachment Day, 2019 – To the New York Times
- December 10: Accessing a comprehensive orientation to life and the universe
- November 26: Missing pieces – a compilation of the last five homepages
- November 11: Bridge the finite-infinite – a return to 1687
- October 12: The most simple-and-comprehensive Map of our Universe
- October 1: Simple Formulas – 12 points absorb the universe in 202 steps.
- September: It’s been “top down” too long. Time to build from the “bottom up”
- August 14: Improve on the work of our Nobel laureates
- July 31: Transformations – From cubic close packing to the Fourier transform
- July 14: Questions, questions, and more questions
- July 2: On The Nature of Time in the Light of those 202.34+ Notations
- June 16: Gell-Mann says, “…get heard, believed, and taken seriously.”
- June 9: Versus Lemaître – A simple, logical, exponentia; cosmology
- June 3: Hattie is right… We’ve been wrong about too many important things
- May 1: Defining structure from the insights of our world’s genius-scholars
- April 28: Dimensionless constants: …bridging the gap
- April 22: From atoms to particles to planckspheres
- April 20: STEM – Seeking the edge of understanding
- April 3: From the simplicity of pi to the complexity of E8
- March 30: Just Maybe We Are Too Hung Up On Particles
- March 25: Back to the basics – …built with planckspheres
- March 24: Let’s start at the very beginning until the universe is filled with spheres
- March 23: The Sphere: Our Most-Basic Building Block of the Universe
- March 22: An open letter – EPR and Bohm, Bell,
Weisskopf, Costa de Beauregard, J.P. Vigier…
- March 12: Five Assumptions About the Nature of the Universe – A New Orientation
- March 10: Pi Day is March 14
- March 6: Three Concepts, Each A Step To Redefine Our Universes
- March 5: Foundations — The Universe As Extended Planck Base Units
- March 2: The Universe Clock – The Age of the Universe in seconds.
- March 1: Assumptions/first principles to explore a Planck-based Universe
- February 28: The natural inflation of our Quiet Expansion challenges the big bang.
- February 24: Too Many Open Questions: What is infinity? …time? …space?
- Jan. 31: Might this simple model of the universe work?
- January 8, 2019: This simple model of the universe: Debunk it or lift it up…
- December 18, 2018: To Create Our Best Possible World
- December 10: This Universe Starts At The Planck Scale
- December 7: Understanding Space-Time-and-Infinity
- November 12: To grasp a new orientation to life and the universe is not easy.
- November 4, 2018: No time for scientific elitism
- October 31: The first three minutes revisited
- October 26: An introduction to this website and our Chart of Our Universe
- October 23: The Redefinition of a Point: Going back to the very beginning
- October 22: What comes before Quantum Gravity?
- October 20: Five short stories about pages on the website
- October 14: Searching in the dark for Dark Matter and Dark Energy
- October 12: What would you do with this model of the universe?
- October 1: The first 64 notations out of the 202
- September 28: An Open letter about nature of light
- September 20: “Gravity, Oh Gravity… Why Such Gravity?”
- September 19: On Validating The Efficacy of our Model.
- September 17: Open Letter (email) – Notes are sent to scholars everyday.
- September 14: Your critical review is encouraged.
- September 12: Questions – Frequently Asked Questions.
- September 5: Commonsense – It is not common and it is not a sense.
- August 31: Review -An alternative to Big Bang Cosmology.