An open letter to the editors of Basic Books

@BasicBooks If we are ever to back out of the big bang theory’s tangled web that has been tightly woven over past 40 years (primarily through the writings of Stephen Hawking, Alan Guth, Andrei Linde, and thousands of others), we need a viable alternative that does everything the big bang theory does well, but does it even better and without all the conflicting materials and unanswered questions.

It sounds more arduous and improbable than it is.

The reason: Most scholars paid no attention to Max Planck’s base units (1899-1905) until MIT’s Frank Wilczek began writing about those numbers in 2001 within Physics Today. By then, the big bang theory had firmly taken control of that mindspace.

If the Planck base units are, in fact, the base units of space-and-time, the simple task of doubling them over and over again provides a logical, mathematical (and even geometrical) map of the universe, all within just 202 doublings.

Yes, Logical. Mathematical. And, even geometrical. In just 202 doublings!

This simple map got started in 2011 in a New Orleans high school geometry class — — and it continues today — — because nobody has said, “Stop it. You’re wrong. And, here’s why.” We’ve asked a wide assortment of distinguished scholars — — and they are mute. Besides, it does take some stretching the imagination and dropping old, cherished, commonsense worldviews. But, to have a fully-integrated, dynamic universe view is well worth setting those cherished beliefs aside:

With whom might I discuss this work? Thanks.

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