One second: 299,792± km

Foundational Questions Institute: Undecidability, Uncomputability, and Unpredictability Essay Contest (2019-2020) Support materials for the submission from Bruce Camber in April 2020.

Determinant becomes unpredictable, uncomputable, and undecidable (PDF)

[1] Decidability
[2] Computability
[3] Predictability
[4] Undecidability
[5] Uncomputability
[6] Unpredictability
[7] First units
[8] Grand reductionism
[9] Triangulation
[10] Fourier
[11] Lorentz
[12] Poincaré spheres
[13] Planckspheres
One second: 299,792± km
[14] Automorphic forms
[15] Base-2 to base-101
[16] Aristotle’s Mistake
Background: This FQXi challenge brings into focus the role of speed of light and its triangulation with Planck Time and Planck Length. Take the equation at its face value and assume that light manifests length and time. Clearly derivative, of continuity, symmetry, and harmony, there is so much more to come

One second: 299,792± km. The consistent validation of the speed  (c) throughout the charts has always been some comfort while working so far outside the mainstream. The first validation is of Max Planck’s two most basic calculations, Planck Length and Planck Time. When divided using Max Planck’s figures from 1899, it equals 299,792,437.9 m/s (less than .001% of the  laboratory speed in a vacuum, 299,792,458 meters/second).  The second validation is at the one second mark between Notation-143 and Notation-144 where the distance is 299,792 km/sec. The third is the simple calculation at each notation and that variable speed is still within .1% of the laboratory speed.