Conover, Emily

Emily ConoverEmily-Conover

Science News
1719 N St. NW
Washington, DC 20036

Article: An experiment hints at quantum entanglement inside protons, May 17, 2019
Education: PhD, University of Chicago, 2014
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Recent email: 16 January 2020 at 6 PM


Dear Dr. Emily Conover:

Today I believe we have backed into a very different and credible model
of the universe that is too simple to be true!
1. It started in a high school:
2. It became our STEM tool:

Although none of the leading scholars would tell us why it was fallacious,
we backed down — we didn’t want to be teaching our kids something so idiosyncratic it might taint them in college — but personally, I became more curious, “Maybe there is something here!”

A simple explanation is here:
All the numbers are here:

What do you think?
What would you recommend we do with our rather idiosyncratic work?


Tweet:  Monday, Jan 13, 2020

@emcconover Out of geometry classes in a New Orleans high school comes an idiosyncratic model of the universe by applying base-2 to the Planck units encapsulating the universe in 202 steps.

A STEM tool: