The structure is the same. The particulars are different.


A Much More Simple Model – New from Old

by Bruce Camber  December 31, 2019  V.1 V.2  V.3

An unlikely approach to consciousness, sleep,
and basic questions

The finite-infinite relation has been consistently-and-badly abused by people throughout the millennia. The concept of infinity was the key problem so mathematically rigorous work-arounds were developed to avoid it altogether. Back in 1970, I thought infinity could be defined as: (1)_continuity (renders order), (2)_symmetry (renders relations), (3)_harmony (renders dynamics). My studies of scientific anomalies and quantum fluctuations, opened questions about possible transformations between the finite and infinite. My hypothesis was, that if taken together, the three would necessarily define a moment of perfection.

Yet, with no framework, those concepts were just a feel-good, “holiday-collection” of words.

In 2011, by applying base-2 exponentiation starting at the Planck base units, we discovered 202 notations or doublings to encapsulate the finite universe, everything, everywhere, for all time. Finally… a framework! There were several continua defined that appeared to open new insights into some of our most basic questions.

New academic insights are difficult, yet when one begins to grasp these continua, the largest possible for space-time and matter-energy, exploring new possibilities is easier.
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Caution…a working, first-draft.

Restrained Response

We started our base-2 work back in December 2011. A simple mathematical model, it appeared to have been unexplored by the academic community so we began asking some key scholars our key question:

“…just simple math and logic but the results are so idiosyncratic. What are we doing wrong?”


Of scholars who challenge basic assumptions about space and time, Nima Arkani-Hamed, can be difficult to understand yet his work is highly-regarded among academics.


Nima, Neil Turok and Max Tegmark challenge us all yet absolute space and time (Newton) seems be to holding its ground.

Mansoora Shamin

We began looking at the next generation of scholars who might question Newton’s absolutes. People like Mansoora Shamin have been boldly speculative.


Scholars like Katherine Freese of U.Texas-Austin have key insights but she appears to hold onto Newton’s absolutes. Simple is never simple.

The base-2 model of the universe. We are asking simple questions! Here’s the most recent. Do you have an insight?_ More Scholars…

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Jan 11, 2020 @neiltyson Can we call to question Newton’s absolute space and time? Maybe so. If Planck’s base units are taken to be the very first moment of physical time, there are no absolutes: It’s all finite and quantitative. A simple model:

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