# Checklist: Acknowledge, consider, note, observe

A simple checklist to start and grow the universe
Many special concepts make this model work.

5. Some other considerations along the way:

Question: If time is derivative and finite, is the red shift measuring distance only? The best estimates for the age of the universe stand yet if time is always now and everything is always dynamically expressed, what does it mean? Yes, within this model of the universe, all 202 notations are active today in a similar fashion as when each notation became manifest as a space-time moment…

And, yes, I remind myself that this work could be just a lot of silliness. My education is so narrowly focused, I cannot know what I do not know. -BEC

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Endnotes & Footnotes

[1] The Planck base units as the most-basic fundamentals. In our earlier years of this study, 2011 to 2015, we thought the smallest-to-the-largest possible measurements would establish working parameters, boundaries and the boundary conditions, by which we could understand our universe. Yet, John Barrow of DAMTP of Cambridge University introduced many of us to George Johnstone Stoney and his natural units from 1874. There was a precedent to the Planck base units. Stoney’s numbers were slightly different, particularly Stoney Time.

This is not absolute science.

Notwithstanding, these Planck units seemed to us to be conceptually so important, we thought our students should be introduced to them. We even tested these concepts with our most advanced sixth grade class. With all our special naïvetés, the sixth grade students seemed to grasped the conceptual framework and they appreciated it!

It starts as a very comprehensive STEM tool and then it begins challenging our preconceptions.

[2] Yes, there may be another footnote or endnotes that could be forthcoming

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References & Resources

• Sergio Doplicher, Klaus Fredenhagen, John E. Roberts (1995) The quantum structure of spacetime at the Planck scale and quantum fields. Communications in Mathematical Physics 172(1):187–220

• Hunter, John H., An Introduction to Real Analysis, Sets and Functions, Chapter 1 (PDF)Department of Mathematics, University of California-Davis, 2014, Retrieved March 26 2022

• O’Sullivan, Simon, “A Diagram of the Finite-Infinite Relation: Towards a Bergsonian Production of Subjectivity.” (PDF), Bergson and the Art of Immanence: Painting, Photography, Film, Performance, edited by John Mullarkey and Charlotte de Mille, Edinburgh University Press, 2013, pp. 165–186, https://www.simonosullivan.net/articles/bergsonian-production-of-subjectivity.pdf

• Wang, X. (2018) New Discovery on Planck Units and Physical Dimension in Cosmic Continuum Theory. Journal of Modern Physics9, 2391-2401. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2018.914153.

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Emails

David Kaiser, MIT, April 15, 2022
Robert P. Langlands, IAS, Princeton, April 4, 2022
Ulrike Tillmann, Oxford Math and Cambridge Isaac Newton Institute, April 12, 2022
Ed Witten, IAS, April 13, 2022

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Tweets

5:50 PM · Apr 11, 2022. @maddow @jemelehill and others: Within pi (π), there’s a finite-infinite relation defined by continuity-symmetry-harmony. It’s built into the universe. Base-2 notation is too. Just 202 notations from Planck Time to this day: https://81018.com is just a start. Would you like to know more?

10:24 PM · Apr 11, 2022 @AdamMAugustyn (Encyclopedia Britannica, Managing Editor) Let’s redefine a point and a vertex. Do you think they are well enough defined? I didn’t in 1961, just 14 years old, and having fun in Geometry 101 with Ms. Lillian Halperin. https://81018.com/point-particle is where I’ve begun. Let’s redefine finite-infinite, too.

4:08 PM · Apr 9, 2022 @anabelquanhaase We’re caught by three historic errors, one by Aristotle: https://81018.com/duped/ another by Newton, and also by Hawking as understood by his co-author Neil Turok: https://81018.com/bbtheory/ We’re confused because our grasp of the foundations is wrong.

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• A key within a four-page cluster: (1) /begin-here/ (2) /ultimatum/ (3) /checklist/ (4) /stem/