On discovering the work of Helge Stjernholm Kragh…

Helge Stjernholm Kragh, Emeritus, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen,
Blegdamsvej 172100 Copenhagen

Articles: Bohr Archives , Who Discovered the Expanding Universe? (2003)
ArXiv (36): Physics and the Totalitarian Principle, 2019; Cosmology and the Origin of the Universe: Historical and Conceptual Perspectives, 2017
Books (59)
Google Scholar
Homepage(s): APS, Faraday, Gruber, PUP
Twitter: Dirac, Higher Speculations, Superheavy Elements
YouTube: The Rise of Big Science in Physics, Oxford, 2020; Theories of Everything? Lessons From the History of Science, 2012

First email: Saturday, September 3 at 6:18 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Helge Kragh:

You are obviously not afraid to rock the boatlook under the board, and reinvent the boat. Re-examining first principles might cause us to do all of it at once… if we formally begin to recognize the first 64 base-2 notations from the Planck scale. If assumed to be the first moment of time, there are 202 notations to this very moment. It’s idiosyncratic, of course; and yes, it started in a high school geometry class. 

I have been looking at this model for ten years and I would like to know if it is on a path or heading for a dead end and wall.  Might you, a most-respected physicist, advise me?

Here is the related homepage: https://81018.com/analysis/. Those five presuppositions are further analyzed here: https://81018.com/mathematical-universe/

Thank you.

Most sincerely,