Hales, Thomas

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Thomas Hales

University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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First email: 17 January 2016 @ 9:56 PM

References: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_conjecture
A proof of the Kepler conjecture – Annals of Mathematics

Dear Prof. Dr. Thomas Hales,

We are high school folks wrestling with issues that are way beyond our training. I need a really good mathematician to help with what we consider to be a possible paradigm shift in the way we look at our universe.

In my very rough-draft paper, working title, “On Building The Universe From Scratch,” I have made several references to your proof of Kepler’s conjecture. It is my second-most important number (after pi).

The first reference is here: http://bblu.org/2016/01/08/number/#3
“The Feigenbaum constants, Buckingham Pi theorem, the fine-structure constant, dimensionless quantities and physical constants were cited less often. We have added two numbers not cited at all: mathematician Thomas Hales‘ number from his proof of the Kepler Conjecture and what we call the Pentastar 7.38 degree gap.”
The primary reference is here: https://81018.com/number/#Kepler

I know you are a busy person with the highest credentials; I humbly ask if you could you take a look and give us a little feedback? We would be most grateful.

Most sincerely,

Bruce Camber