On discovering the work of Vladimir Drinfeld…

Vladimir Drinfeld, University of Chicago

• Articles: Quantum groups, V. G. Drinfeld
• ArXiv
• Books: Chiral algebras, American Mathematical Society, 2004
• Google Scholar
• Homepage(s): nLab, St. Andrews,
• Seminar: Geometric Langlands Seminars
• Twitter: Vladimir Drinfeld : Prismatization
• Wikipedia
• YouTube: A stacky approach to crystalline (and prismatic) cohomology, 2019

First email: July 7, 2022, 4:42 PM 

Reference: http://math.uchicago.edu/~drinfeld/langlands.html

Dear Prof. Dr. Vladimir Drinfeld:

I am just a simple guy hung up on infinitesimal spheres, tetrahedrons and octahedrons, and cubic close packing of equal spheres, who assumes the first manifestation in spacetime is a sphere and then, based on Planck Time, about 539 tredecillion spheres per second

Perhaps there is a more simple model of the universe in here. 

We started our project in 2011 in a high school geometry class and now we are wrestling with simple configurations like five-octahedrons and their gap: https://81018.com/2022/05/19/five/ Add the five-tetrahedrons, top and bottom and we have this image: https://81018.com/15-2/

The next step is to replace the tetrahedrons with icosahedrons.

We have 202 base-2 notations that define the universe — https://81018.com/chart/  The first 64 notations are from the Planck base units to just below quantum fluctuations believed to be between Notations 66-65.  Too crazy for you?  I understand.

Best wishes,