Ahluwalia, Dharam Vir

Dharam Vir Ahluwalia

Indian Institute of Technology  PDF
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First email: 5 August 2019

Ref: Behaviour of the eigenspinors of the charge conjugation operator under spatial rotations

Dear Prof. Dr. Dharam Vir Ahluwalia:

Within our homepage today, there is a reference and link to your article, On Quantum Nature of Black-Hole Spacetime: A Possible New Source of Intense Radiation. On page 3 you make one of the very first references to Planck Spheres. Yur other work within ArXiv is all most helpful.

Our work is very different. It is set within an entirely idiosyncratic setting. To the best that I can determine, Weyl spinors and massive particles would not show up until around the 65th to 67th notation. It may be silliness but here are true foundations for our homogeneous and isotropic universe and nobody has truly looked at those 64 doublings from the Planck scale to just shy of the CERN-scale.

I’ll continue my studies of your work and perhaps your writings will tell us why this model cannot work! Thanks.

Warmly,
Bruce