On following the work of Geraint Lewis…

in process

Geraint F. Lewis, Sydney Institute for Astronomy, Sydney, Australia

ArXiv (9): The Trouble with “Puddle Thinking”, 2021
Book(s): The Cosmic Revolutionary’s Handbook, 2019; Where Did the Universe Come From? and Other Cosmic Questions: Our Universe, from the Quantum to the Cosmos, 2021
Homepage(s): ADS-NASA, Sydney, Twitter, Wikipedia
YouTube video(s): Where Did The Universe Come From? With Prof. Geraint F. Lewis, 2021

First email:  7 November 2022 at 5:14 PM (revised a little)

Dear Prof. Dr. Geraint F. Lewis:

I sent you a tweet, but whoever sees those tweets? I’ll be capturing more from your 400 articles, especially those in ArXiv, but I’ll also peruse your books, especially the one that you wrote for me, The Cosmic Revolutionary’s Handbook! It just may be what I need.

We are a high school class of geometers who followed a base-2 path down inside the tetrahedron and its octahedron. In 45 steps going deeper and deeper inside, we passed the fermions; and, in another 67 steps, we were in the Planck base units. 

We decided for consistency to multiply the base units by 2, and in 112 jumps, we were back in the classroom and another 90 out to the current expansion and age of the universe. 

We thought it was pretty neat. Nobody else did. Well, Frank Wilczek and Freeman Dyson did until we got serious. Freeman died on us. Wilczek became like a god! 

You might enjoy our little story: https://81018.com/home/
Our chart of 202 notations: https://81018.com/chart/
Our first study of it all: https://81018.com/stem/

I’ll start a page tonight, https://81018.com/geraint-lewis/. At my age, I need as many memory props as it takes! Thanks for all that you have done and all that you are doing. I think the magic of numbers and geometries and their functions will begin to flourish!

Best wishes,

Bruce

First Tweet: 2:25 PM · Nov 7, 2022 (revised a little)

Geraint F. Lewis, @Cosmic_Horizons @Sydney_Uni Go inside the tetrahedron (divide the edges by 2, connect new vertices) and in 45 steps you’ll be among the particles and in another 67 steps you’ll be at the Planck base units. Now multiply those Planck units by 2, 202 times and you have the universe: https://81018.com A little math and geometry go a long way!