Albert Alan Coley
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 4R2, Canada
ArXiv: Theoretical Cosmology (with GFR Ellis) (18 Sep 2019)
• Spatial Curvature in Cosmology Revisited (May 2019)
• Open problems in mathematical physics (2017)
Homepages (primary) (early)
First email: 17 September 2019
Dear Prof. Dr. A. A. Coley:
I congratulate you for your recent article with GFR Ellis.
I would like to engage both of you in examining a more simple starting
point, the Planck base units. If a modest thrust is assumed, and all notations
build upon one another, then there is a natural inflation from those Planck units, inflating to the current day and time; using base-2 (doublings), it is all in just 202 notations. Euler shines.
Just the numbers: https://81018.com/chart/
Most recent discussion: https://81018.com/bottom-up/
Discussion being developed today: https://81018.com/formulas/
Of course, it is entirely idiosyncratic, but given our proclivity to
be going in circles, it seems appropriate!