Work within Greenland began in 2017 with ISAAFFIK, an Arctic Circle gateway and Arctic Scientific Collaboration.  

The country’s indigenous university, Ilimmarfik University of Greenland
Chairman of the board: Prof. Minik Thorleif Rosing, born February 2, 1957, Nuuk, Greenland

Philosophy, Theology: Aage Rydstrøm-Poulsen, Head of institute, head of department, dr.theol. Institute of Culture, Language & History, Department of Theology, Ilimmarfik, Manutooq 1, P.O. Box 1061 3900 Nuuk Room: D235 Phone: +299 38 56 78 E-mail:

Learning theories: Peter Berliner, Professor in psychology
Institute of Social Science, Economics & Journalism, Department of Social Work
Ilimmarfik, Manutooq 1, P.O. Box 1061 3900 Nuuk E-mail:

First email: March 23, 2017  (with modest modifications)

Per Arnfjord
Communication Coordinator
Ilimmarfik University of Greenland, Nuuk
Direct phone: +299 38 56 24

Dear Per:

An excellent website and introduction to the Ilimmarfik University of Greenland.

Most of our diverse worldviews are limited. The very first integrated view of
the universe was also limited. By mathematically using what is called base-10 notation,  in 1957 Dutch high school teacher Kees Boeke wrote a book, “Cosmic Vision, the Universe in 40 Jumps” and it became quite a sensation.

A similar progression using base-2 is 3.33+ times more granular and mimics
the processes in cellular biology. Though the mathematics is relatively simple,
the progression from the Planck Length had never been published until we
posted our rough draft back in 2012 within blogs on the web.

In the years that have followed, we have continued to build on our simple
model. It is an excellent STEM tool because it goes well beyond science,
technology, engineering, and mathematics. It opens the context for questions
and explorations about cosmology, philosophy (ontology and epistemology),
and even theology. The finite-infinite relation is very much part of this study.
Although it is a mathematically-based exploration within a simple framework,
this model bears upon many of the great questions throughout history.

I will contact some of your professors directly to see if we can involve them within an open an academic research connection.

Thank you. You all have a very special view!

Most sincerely,
Bruce Camber, coordinator
Big Board-little universe project