The Geometries of the Gaps, Imperfections, and Quantum Fluctuations

by Bruce Camber (under construction as of July 18, 2022)

If the Planck base units are meaningful, and that seems to have been settled in the past twenty or so years, does it describe a starting point for spacetime? I have naively concluded that it does. When efficacy of Planck’s constant was questioned, I dropped back to the 1874 work of George Johnstone Stoney and suggest the “actual numbers” are symbolic although in the range of a real reality.

So, from where does everything come?

I redefined infinity in light of three most basic facts of pi, and say, “continuity-symmetry-harmony.” The most controversial facets of infinity are considered personal. Of course, that may well be just too naive in light of the work of Hilbert, Gödel and Woodin. Yet, if we can show from where imperfections originate, maybe we have something different. Assuming perfection is the sphere and pi, the first imperfections may well be geometric; and, Aristotle may have unwittingly missed that key marker, five tetrahedrons creating a gap. It seems nobody recognized the five-octahedral gap. It is too simple, but it looks good coupled with the five-tetrahedral gap. I think there is something to it. That little cluster looks like it could function a logic gate within computer programming. If we were to consider a twenty-tetrahedral icosahedron in place of a five-tetrahedral unit, complexity-and-possibility are multiplied.

More to come