Upon being introduced to the work of Dharam Vir Ahluwalia…

Dharam Vir Ahluwalia, Center for the Studies of the Glass Bead Game,
Normanby Road, Notting Hill, Victoria 3168, Australia
Bir 176077, Himachal Pradesh, India
Indian Institute of Technology, North Guwahati – 781 039 Assam

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References within this website: https://81018.com/transformation/#Ahluwalia

Second email: 7 June 2022 @ 11:50 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. Dharam Vir Ahluwalia:

I noticed there was activity on our page about your work — https://81018.com/ahluwalia/ — so I opened that page and it obviously needed some updating, so I worked on it a little.

At the time when I first wrote to you, I was trying to discern the first use of the word, planckspheres, and your reference on page 4 of your 1999 article was certainly very early. Is it possible that it was the first occurrence in a scholarly publication? 

Also, if there is anything you would like me to add, delete, or otherwise update, please let me know. Thank you.

Most sincerely,


First email: 5 August 2019 (Updated: 7 June 2022)

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 little reference and link to your 1999 article in ArXiv, On Quantum Nature of Black-Hole Spacetime: A Possible New Source of Intense Radiation. On page 4 you make one of the very first references in scholarly literature to Planck Spheres.

Might it be the first use of the word, planckspheres?

By the way, your voluminous work within ArXiv is most helpful.

Our work is very different. It is within an entirely idiosyncratic setting. To the best that I can determine, Weyl spinors and massive particles would not show up until around the Notations 65-67. It may be silliness but perhaps — possibly — the foundations for our homogeneous and isotropic universe are between Notations 1-64 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 our base-2 model cannot work! Thanks.


PS. Our work came out of our high school geometry classes in 2011 when we discovered that there are 202 base-2 notations from the Planck base units to the current time. For the first few years we thought of it as a very comprehensive STEM tool! Thanks. -BEC