Boltzmann’s Lab, Vienna, Austria

Caslav Brukner

University Professor Mag. Dr. 
Quantum Optics
Quantum Nanophysics and Quantum Information
1090 Wien, Boltzmanngasse 5, 3415.
T: +43-1-4277-72582. M: +43-664-60277-72582

PDF: http://cie2011.fmi.uni-sofia.bg/files/Brukner.pdf
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Articles: An introduction  https://www.pnas.org/content/early/2017/03/06/1616427114?sid=13849009-c310-416d-b345-ab1a4bda52d0https://www.quantumfoundations.org/caslav-brukner.html
https://www.quantumfoundations.org/publications.html
https://www.quantumfoundations.org/people.html

My dear Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Caslav Brukner:

Boltzmann’s lab. Impressive. Congratulations on all your very thoughtful reflection about the nature of time.  It seems as if our perception of time — present, past and future — belong among  our five natural senses. I started to reach that conclusion when in 2011 in a high school geometry class, we unwittingly did a base-2 progression back to the Planck scale and then extended it out to the Age of the Universe. There are 202 notations. 

The first 64 or so are well below our thresholds of measurement.  Those 64 poked at me for a few years. Reality? Nonreality?? By 2016 we had mapped and charted the four base units so we can scroll them all horizontally: https://81018.com/chart/ . When we observed the natural inflation, we asked, “Why do we need a big bang?”  There is a bit more… http://81018.com

If all the notations necessarily build on one another and require one another, then we back into the conclusion with those folks who tell us there is only one time, the Now.

Conceptually it is all too simple for most people.  I wonder if it is for you and your people. You look like you can handle just about anything!
Best wishes,Bruce