Upon following the work of Orli Dahan

Orli Dahan, Tel-Hai College, Upper Galilee, 9977, Qiryat Shemona, 1220800, Israel

Key article: Physical Constants as Identifiers of Modern Universal Laws of Nature, 2020 (PDF)

Second email: 7 December 2022 @ 2:42 PM

Dear Dr. Orli Dahan:

Your work to design learning spaces is a program for all cultures and people. https://81018.com/stem/ is my answer to that challenge. We do not have a proper outline and heuristic starting points. I hope it resonates with you.

Within that study we come to a very different orientation to continuity, symmetry, and harmony.  I say these three cross-and-bind the thresholds of the finite and the infinite.

I’ll be starting a page of references to you and that work which has helped me. It’ll be like any one of the pages linked from here: https://81018.com/alphabetical/. I hope you don’t mind. 

Life, consciousness, and genuine creativity… all begin to define us as humanity. Creating harmony is our highest achievement in light of quantum fluctuations. 

Best wishes 


First email: Dec 1, 2022, 5:09 PM

Dear Dr. Orli Dahan:

A good read! Thank you, Orli, for all your work to bring Physical Constants as Identifiers of Modern Universal Laws of Nature  (PDF) into the light of day. It was refreshing and affirming to find another person struggling to articulate basic insights and truths. Yes, I think you are on target. Now what? At no time in your preparation work did pi (π) jump out at you; I think it should. There is more there than meets the eye.



PS. Thank you for that reference to Joe Rosen’s  work of 1989, Symmetry at the Foundations of ScienceComputers & Mathematics with Applications 17 (1–3): 13–15.  Is Joe still with us? -BEC