TO: Arnab Dasgupta, Samuel P. Langley PITT PACC Fellow
University of Pittsburgh, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Pittsburgh, PA 15260
3 November 2022 at 4:53 PM
Has there been any consideration that the universe is truly scale invariant to the Planck base units? What if the units are not a singularity, but an infinitesimal sphere defined by those base units? Can it be tested in any way?
We applied base-2 to Planck Time and there are 202 notations or doublings to the age of the universe. Minimalistic to the core and initially hard to believe, it is a highly-integrated mathematical and geometric model whereby the first possible measurements are within Notations 67 (length) and 72 (time). See our chart: https://81018.com/chart/
Congratulations on your 53 articles in ArXiv. I am also checking out inSPIREHEP and your other work.
Thanks for all that you have done and are doing. Again, congratulations.