Upon following the work of Peter Ware Higgs…

Peter W. Higgs, Higgs Center for Theoretical Physics, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Nobel Prize in Physics 2013
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Most recent email: Sunday, 7 November 2021

Dear Prof. Dr. Peter Higgs:

What an honor for seven Durham University graduate students from the IPPP to be your substitute one evening for a public lecture. They certainly have bragging rights!

I wonder if you might have an answer to their question, “What is the smallest thing in the universe?”

It would be so lovely if you do have an answer that we could post with them on these two pages:

Thank you so very much.



First email:  Monday, 19 December 2016

Dear Prof. Dr. Peter Higgs:

Now that the drama around CERN has begun to ebb a little, I thought you might have time to comment on a rather idiosyncratic view of the universe that uses 202 base-2 notations to go from the Planck scale to the Age of the Universe. The radical assumption is that there is some kind of continuity equation that extends from the Planck scale through to the Higgs boson and beyond to the Observable Universe and Age of the Universe.

Being rather naive we studied that simple base-2 equation. In time we realized that the results mimicked the epochs of the big bang theory, but all without the bang.

1. Could base-2 be a better script?

https://81018.com/chart/ is where we keep the numbers within a horizontally-scrolled file, just over 200 columns and 12 rows of emerging data. The Planck scale numbers are the first five rows.

2. Would you please advise us if you think it has possibilities? If not, might you share your wisdom so we can move on with more productive work?!?

Kind thanks and warm regards and certainly we extend our congratulations on all your work to date.



PS. Of course, it goes without saying, “Congratulations on receiving the Nobel Prize. It is good to acknowledge! -BEC
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Bruce Camber
New Orleans