On discovering the work of mathematician, Evans Harrell

Evans M. Harrell II, Professor and Assoc. Dean Emeritus School of Mathematics,
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta GA 30332-0160,

ArXiv (24): Two-term, asymptotically sharp estimates for eigenvalue means of the Laplacian, (PDF), 2016
Books: Linear Methods of Applied Mathematics, 1994, 2000
Homepage(s): dblp, Google Scholar, LinkedIN, Orcid, Worldcat

First email: September 2, 2022 at 9:49 AM

RE: Thank you for the 2004 article on the history of operator theory
URL: http://www.mathphysics.com/opthy/OpHistory.html

Dear Emeritus Prof. Dr. Evans M. Harrell II:

Having surveyed your lifetime of work, I apologize for interrupting your day. You have spent a lifetime thinking about the details within formulations and equations; and comparatively, I’ve just started.

What if we were to start symbolically with the Planck base units, apply base-2, to create a playing field of 202 notations of which the first 64 have been unexplored, unlinked, and waiting (it seems) for all those studies that have not found a place on the grid?

Is that just my silliness (being part of the great unwashed)?

There is a kindness within your online work, so I thought just maybe you might have a kind word of advice for me. That first embedded link goes to your webpage. The second goes to my article — https://81018.com/analysis/ — where I am attempting to discern a network within those 64 notations that just might connect all our disparate friends and their years of toll and strain.

Thank you.



PS. Since December 2011 we have been asking a question of leading scholars around the world: “What is between the electroweak scale and the Planck scale?” In June 2021 a group from Durham University called the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology (IPPP) gathered experts from around the world to address the issue. In November 2021, it was reviewed in two homepages here, Smallest to Largest and Let’s go over this one more time. Indeed there appears to be a hierarchy that is best understood through infinitesimal fine tuning (mostly through thought experiments). It is often referred to as the hierarchy problem. Is there any possibility that there are concepts between infinity, pi,and spheres that could give us the structure and language to bridge Langlands, strings, SUSY… on to LQG, CDT, CST, SSM… hypothetical particles and all the Moonshiners? -BEC