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A Study of Notation #10  (still rough notes)

Extending 2 and 5

The tenth doubling
of Planck Time 
The tenth doubling
of Planck Length
The tenth doubling
of Planck Mass
The tenth doubling
of Planck Charge
Scaling.Vertices
5.52044×10-41.s
1.654988×10-32.m
2.22874×10-5.(kg)
1.92061×10-15.(C)
16,777,216.to.134,217,728

Observation:  The number 10, sometimes understood as 2 times 5, is  the tenth doubling of the Planck numbers; and within this system of numbers, geometries, and formulas,  the question is asked, “What happens within a notation that is divisible by other notations? Does it have any special relation with Notation #2 and #5?”

Planck unit doubles. Is it meaningful to say that 8.27×10-33 meters is nine times larger than the Planck Length?  Does this notation help to stabilize all the different structures that have begun to emerge?  With an abundance of point-free vertices with which to make rather idealized constructions, what could possibly be going on at this juncture.

NOTATIONS:  IN PROCESS   everything below

  1. Spheres:
  2. Projective geometries:
  3. Euclidean geometries:
  4. Simple doublings at Notation #4:
  5. Pentastars, tetrahedral rings, tetrahedral systems & the icosahedral phase:
  6. Simple doublings at Notation #6
  7. Simple doublings of Riemannian geometry
  8. Simple doublings at Notation #8
  9. Simple doublings at Notation #9
  10. Simple doublings at Notation #10