Reinhold A. Bertlmann, until 2019 affiliated with University of Vienna, Austria
ArXiv (3): Bell’s Universe: A Personal Recollection
Books: Quantum [Un]speakables. From Bell to Quantum Information, with A. Zeilinger,Springer-Verlag 2002
Anomalies in Quantum Field Theory, Clarendon Press, 2005
Publications: https://doi.org/10.1063/PT.3.2847, Magic moments with John Bell, Physics Today, Volume 68, Issue 7, 01 July 2015 • page 40
Second email: Nov 20, 2020, 5:09 PM
Dear Prof. Dr. Reinhold Bertlmann:
There are now a few recent references to you and your work within our website. First, there is this page, an overview and links to many of your articles, particularly those that I am currently reading. I read within my own special biases for base-2 notation from the Planck base units to the current time (day-hour-minute-second). The 202 notations gives us a very compelling map!
Second, there is a reference to you within an article with a preliminary calculation for the rate of expansion of the universe. Within the Emails: https://81018.com/expansion/#Bertlmann Also, you are also included within a listing of the scholars with whom we have communicated over the years.
Thanks again for those three articles within ArXiv that capture your Bell years!
First email: Nov 12, 2020, 8:38 PM
RE: John Bell, EPR, and Entanglement
What delightful discovery today! Thank you so very much for sharing
your experiences and insights from your work with John S. Bell..
PS. My Geneva host was Margie Nuveen Beguin; she accompanied me to CERN to visit with John Bell. That meeting was arranged by a friend at MIT, Victor Weisskopf, and a BU visiting professor, Lew Kowarski. We officed in the same building.