Zain Davis, School of Education
University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa
First email: March 18, 2021 @ 11:12 AM
Dear Prof. Dr. Zain Davis,
You have a most impressive body of work. Your discipline to publish serves you well. Our problem as teachers of teachers is to answer the question about conveying numbers, shapes, and functions as an integrated whole. Langlands has spent his lifetime with help from thousands of the most brilliant and they’re still stymied.
Our entire efforts with STEM tools is still remedial.
There has got to be a better way:
- Can we start with the Planck base units? I believe we can.
- Is the first manifestation of space-time a sphere? I believe it is. Lemaitre did, too.
- Does the definition of Planck Time give us a rate of expansion? I believe it does.
That changes everything. First, we’ve established new boundary conditions — the beginning of the universe, the size of the universe, and the nature of the first moment. It is idiosyncratic. It takes a certain amount of naïveté and courage to step so far out of line.
Might you be interested to collaborate? If you wish, you can be the nemesis!
Or, given your depth of knowledge, you can take the lead. I am in my 70s and it is time to get real and develop a growing consensus or put it down.