# Hope, Think, Wish, Wonder

My hope for you this day is that you will begin to engage an integrated, mathematical view of the universe. It is a little thought experiment that starts with our first posting in 2011 while in a New Orleans high school. And, yes, it is a bit naive.

We start with Max Planck’s base units and assume those numbers define the first moment of time. We’ve been told that a smaller unit of time cannot be logically calculated. Then, doesn’t it follow, again using simple logic, the smallest unit of time is necessarily the first unit of time?

We then mapped the universe in 202 base-2 notations. Of course, the last notation, 202, includes the current time. The notation is 10.9+ billion years in duration. As you can imagine, from Planck Time to the first second takes us from Notation-0 to Notation-143. The first light year is within Notation-169. Essentially base-2 exponential notation gives us that mathematical model of the universe. The numbers are here: https://81018.com/chart/

Do you think it is possible that this universe is first and foremost an exponential universe?

If we take this construction as a thought experiment and assume it to be so, what might the first manifestation of space-time be? We were thinking about the role of pi in all of these constructions because an old professor friend from Brown University in Providence Rhode Island (USA) argued with me and said that the most simple construction in the universe (and necessarily the beginning point) is the sphere with its two vertices. It is simple and it is ubiquitous and it is historic and it is well-understood by many but not profoundly understood by any.

For us it had to be the first expression of spacetime. I wonder, “Is that a logical construct?

For us, deep within the sphere, we discover continuity, symmetry, and harmony. Those three qualities exist in our minds; they each define pi and every circle and sphere. These qualities are not finite, so might we attribute them to infinity and open a finite-infinite relation so there is some causal efficacy for the numbers of spheres being generated per second if we follow the logic of Planck’s base units and one sphere per unit of Planck Time.

I know we are stretching logic and this construct, but where else can we go? Is our logic faulty?

When we consider the current measurements for particles, waves, and quantum fluctuations, we end up in the area of Notation-65 to Notation-67. How should we think about Notation-0 to Notation-64? I believe it holds great promise for understanding dark energy and dark matter, for grasping the basis for homogeneity and isotropy, and for deeming a natural inflation within our universe.

I hope this little thought experiment has been worth your time to consider. Our most current work to further define the very nature of a singularity, a blackhole, and a theory of everything is part of our little struggle to attempt to define an interface between the finite and infinite. It seems that now is the time!