Halpern, Paul H.

Paul H. Halpern

Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Statistics
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
McNeil Science and Technology Center Room 210, Box 30
600 South 43rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Books: Edge of the Universe: A Voyage to the Cosmic Horizon and Beyond
Homepage  (School)

Television: PBS The Nature of Reality
Twitter
Wikipedia

Most recent contact: Tweet - 8 May 2020
Wheeler-at-the-board
John Wheeler. Source: Paul Halpern, Philadelphia

“Sweet, oh so very sweet. Thanks for sharing. I copied it. Is there any credit/citation necessary to use it? Thanks, Paul.

Oh, by the way, have a look: https://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/3428
Any comments on the paper:

Click to access Camber_3u.pdf

Third email: Wednesday, November 6, 2019 @ 11:05 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Paul Halpern:

Three years have passed since contacting you about your work and our work. You should also know that you were one of the first globally-recognized scholars to whom we wrote about our work back in 2013.

Our most recent analysis is always the homepage: http://81018.com
Our numbers are all here: https://81018.com/chart/ 

It is still as idiosyncratic as ever. We are still asking scholars, “Where  does our logic fail to compute?” And, we still have not received an answer so we keep trudging along this path!

Best wishes,

Bruce

Second email: Sunday, July 10, 2016 @ 12:06 PM

Subject: We’ve cited your work and linked to your website

Dear Prof. Dr. Paul Halpern:

I thought you would want to know that we have cited your work here:
https://81018.com/2016/10/13/flood/#Halpern

May 2015: The Big Bang’s Identity Crisis, PBS-TV, Paul Halpern
Wikipedia link
Homepage

Have a wonderful summer.

-Bruce

First email: Tuesday, May 07, 2013 @ 5:12 PM

RE: “Edge of the Universe: A Voyage to the Cosmic Horizon and Beyond” (Wiley 2012).

Dear Prof. Dr. Paul H. Halpern:

Extraordinary. Congratulations on such a prolific career.

Given your work, I think you could have a rather quick response to a difficult question:
Is 1.03885326 × 1026 meters a good figure to use as a measurement to the edges of the observable universe?

We are five high school geometry classes and their teacher’s uncle who sometimes helps out. We began this project just over a year ago. Probably we are so far off the mark, it is just silliness.

Comparison with Big Bang: http:/81018.com/calculations/
Chart of numbers: https://81018.com/chart/
History: http;//81018.com/home

Thank you.

Warmly,

Bruce Camber