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A Study of Notation #64
The Numbers: A doubling of the Planck base units.
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The 64th notation is 264 and is commensurate with the expansion cited in the Wheat & Chessboard story. Notations 0, 1 just may be the beginning of the domain for strings. if so, the entire history of string theory could dominate these first 64 notations.
It has been hypothesized that the diameters of planckspheres at the 0 notation is the first manifestation of a string. Within the domain, 0-to-64, string theory has a playground of possibilities. Each notation is twice the size-mass-duration-and-charge as the notation before it. Here are 64 notations in which to develop the structures of the universe.
There are many dimensionless constants that are not within the Planck base units (the 0 notation or the transformation notation from the finite to the infinite). We’ll let the growth of mathematics naturally and logically bring ever other dimensionless constant into the expanding equations whenever appropriate. Here are 64 notations in which to develop all mathematics and geometries that create the foundations for the first particles that are measured at the 67th notation.
Planck Time: 9.945×10-25 seconds The first measurement of a unit of time will not occur until the 84th notation. This duration is a bit smaller than a yoctosecond (10−24).
Planck Length: 2.98×10-16 meters At the 64th doubling of the Planck Length, we know of nothing so small. But, it’s mass is beyond belief.
Planck Mass: 3.211×1012kilograms This mass is between the global biomass of fish (2.1×1012 kg) and the global annual human food production (4×1012 kg) or a teaspoon (5.5×1012 kg) of neutron star material (5000 million tonnes).
Planck Charge: 34.598 coulombs A typical thundercloud ranges from 15 to 350 coulombs.