On thinking about work by Hoshang Heydari out of Stockholm…

Hoshang Heydari, once at Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden

ArXiv (62): Geometric formulation of quantum mechanics, 2015
Geometry and structure of quantum phase space, 2015
• Geometric characterization of mixed quantum states, 2017
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Homepage(s): AzoQuantum, Borås, dblp, diva, OAmg, PhilPapers
inSPIREHEP Noncommutative geometrical structures of multi-qubit entangled states, 2011

First email:  April 17, 2017

Dear Prof. Dr. Hoshang Heydari:

I just wanted to thank you for your work that has been posted within ArXiv,
particularly Geometric formulation of quantum mechanics.
Certainly all 62 of your entries are worthy of my time.

Though basic geometries are regaining favor and studies like yours within quantum geometry have emerged, none have been seen in context of the largest possible continuity equation created by using base-2 from the Planck units to the current age of the universe. This simple, seemingly innocuous progression maps our universe within just over 202 notations. It also necessarily begins to define the first 67 notations in ways that have not been considered by the academic or scientific communities. In a very real sense, it is pure math with ratios that define a subtle and truly hidden reality.

Again, I thank you for your lifetime of work and your continued efforts in Stockholm.

Bruce Camber
http://81018.com USA