Friday, Feb 25, 2022, 11:01 AM
Ms. Audrey Azoulay
By email: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
Dear Ms. Audrey Azoulay,
Our worldviews are too small and fail us.
Only within a highly-integrated view of the universe might we begin to get it right. Such a thing exists. Surprisingly it all began in a New Orleans high school when the students and teachers went inside a tetrahedron and emerged with a simple chart of the universe with just 202 base-2 notations that started at the Planck scale and went out to the current age and size of the universe.
I have engaged many scholars to wrestle with this model. It is difficult because it provides the foundations of physics with an infinitesimal domain that is well-below the thresholds of measurement yet provides a basis to bring the disciplines of Langlands programs, string theory, SUSY, dark matter and dark energy and many others within a relational grid that encapsulates the universe.
May I keep you informed of our progress? I am currently trying to involve Skoltech (Moscow), Tsinghua (Beijing), and top scholars and schools around the world.