On celebrating the life of Michael Atiyah…

Michael Atiyah, University of Edinburgh
22 April 1929 – 11 January 2019

Article: “Michael Atiyah’s Imaginative State of Mind” (and hundreds more)
ArXivGeometric Models of Matter
YouTube:  The Science of BeautyWhat is a Spinor ? (and dozens more).

Second email:  29 September 2018 @ 11:18 PM

My dear Sir Michael:

The trees of mathematics were shaken with your fine-structure constant α work (PDF).

My baseline questions:

1. Why not start with the Planck base units? If space-time are defined by light whereby Planck Length divided by Planck Time is a variable across the expansion of the universe, we have a very different starting environment — https://81018.com/c/ is my initial exploration of the topic and  https://81018.com/chart has all the actual numbers.

2. If we take as a given that the Planck units are the most basic starting points, what does the universe look like within that initial expansion? Does the most prevalent constant, π, define the initial look and feel of that space-time, mass-energy unit? Might it be a sphere? Might we call it a plancksphere? http://81018/com/plancksphere

3. Can we define the finite-infinite bridge with all the dimensionless constants that define the Planck base units? Is it the first emergence of Length, Time, Mass and Charge? https://81018.com/emergence

Thank you.

Most sincerely,

First email: Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 4:58 PM

Working references:
The Geometry and Physics of Knots, Cambridge Univ Press, 1990
The Nature of Space, Sir Michael Atiyah, University of Edinburgh, Oct 2005

My dear Sir Michael:

If time is derivative/discrete, then what is infinite? Can continuity, symmetry and harmony be used, just for now, to describe the infinite?

If so, and we use base-2 from the Planck scale and assume fundamental geometries abide, then can we construct the universe one bit at a time from the quantum foam and spin network? There are just 202 notations and the first second emerges between the 143rd and 144th notations. So, it appears that each notation is an active current definition of the universe and, of course, these 202 notations contain everything, everywhere for all time.

Most sincerely,
Bruce Camber
Austin, Texas

PS. My “What Is Life?” at MIT work is here: https://81018.com/mit
I will be soon working your work into this article currently in process: