First email presented as a webpage on 27 September 2022 at 3:19 PM
Dear Prof. Dr. Brian Cox:
Many geometers, chemists, and physicists know that five tetrahedrons sharing a common edge create a gap: https://81018.com/gap/. Most do not know that five octahedrons create the same gap; and that stacked, that gap is a beautiful thing to see: https://81018.com/15-2/ *
My initial study of that gap is here: https://81018.com/geometries/
I have unsuccessfully searched for studies that explore the very nature of that gap. Could it be associated with quantum fluctuations? Might there be a geometry for quantum fluctuations?
Do you have any insights that could help us grasp these realities more profoundly? Thank you.
*PS. Those are models we created and photographed. We are also exploring whether or not the universe is fundamentally exponential. Might you be aware of any major studies there? We “mapped” the universe using base-2 — https://81018.com/chart/ — and it has become my ten-year yoke. Initially we thought it was a good little STEM tool. -BEC
First Tweet: 3:19 PM · Sep 27, 2022
3:19 PM · Sep 27, 2022 @ProfBrianCox If your email is unmonitored, perhaps you’ll come to our page about your work: https://81018.com/cox/ Simple questions: Is there any way to test if the universe is exponential or linear? Is pi (π) both finite and infinite? It defines continuity-symmetry-harmony!