Efstathiou, George

George Efstathiou

Director, Kavli Institute for Cosmology
Institute of Astronomy, University of Cambridge
Madingley Road, Cambridge, CB3 0HA, United Kingdom

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First email: August 10, 2018, 11:58 AM

Our ultimate goal would be to construct a new model that predicts the anomalies and links them together. But these are early days; so far, we don’t know whether this is possible and what type of new physics might be needed. And that’s exciting.”

Dear Prof. Dr. George Efstathiou:

We have a scale transformation problem that only wisdom can help us resolve our conundrum. You’ve got wisdom. If you could take a moment to take apart our simple mathematical construct, I will be eternally grateful.

But first a little disclaimer.

Our work started within a high school geometry class where we emerged with a totally mathematical but rather idiosyncratic view of the universe. We went deep inside the tetrahedron by dividing each of the vertices by 2. Initially we encountered the four half-sized tetrahedrons in each corner and the octahedron in the middle. We continued that process with both objects until we were in the range of the fermion.

We had divided by 2 no less than 45 times.

Just 67 more steps within, we were in the range of the Planck scale. We then multiplied our original objects by 2. Within 90 steps, we were within the range of the observable universe.

There was a total of 202.34 doublings.

Our original poster is here: https://81018.com/big-board/
Our earliest discussion here: https://81018.com/home/
Our current chart with the four Planck base units:   https://81018.com/chart/

Does it make any sense? Can we use the Planck scale in such a manner? Is it logical? Is our sense of the doubling functions appropriate? Is it just too simplistic? If so, could you help us articulate our failure of logic?

Current work: https://81018.com/functions/

Most sincerely,
Bruce