# A Study of Notation #3

### The Numbers: Third doubling of the Planck base units.

##### 64, 512 or more

A key prime number, yet this notation is first a simple doubling of the second notation. We project Euclidean geometries begin and rather instantly become increasingly complex within notations 4 through 10. A subsystem of projective geometries is emerging from Notation #2. The circles and spheres of Notation #1 are being extended, and now we propose that all the Euclidean geometries begin from our dynamic image of Kepler’s cannonballs and from projective geometries. Our challenge is to attempt to figure out how all three systems begin working together.
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Vertices: This doubling has somewhere from 64  point-free vertices to as many as 512 (and possibly many more) to share  so one might project that the thrust of perfection and the best of projective geometries are combining with the simplest of Euclidean geometries with the best of all the possible equations currently in position. We have numbers, geometries and equations all working within the same moment which almost instantly uses as many scaling vertices as are available and on these continuums and almost instantly moves on to the fourth notation.

Let us logically attempt to create a range of possible interactions. Certainly there is nothing here that is static. It would seem that everything is pushing toward efficiency, elegance and beauty, and continuity, symmetry and harmony, and order, relations, and dynamics.

## Superconductingly-cold, smooth,densely-packing

Within the current construction, simple logic tells us that  as mass/charge correspondence increases, temperature increases. To arrive at the temperature at Notation #0, the Planck Temperature was postulated to be one step or discrete group beyond the current time. Exactly where Planck Temperature actually falls along this notational line is anybody’s guess.  We will eagerly listen to anybody’s suggestion!

So, of course, there is much more to come. This is our first, working draft of a working document.