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) and other publications
Homepage(s): APS, Faraday, Google Scholar, Gruber, PUP, inSPIREHEP, Wikipedia
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, 3 September 2023 at 6:18 PM. (light edits, 19 April 2023)

Dear emeritus Prof. Dr. Helge Kragh:

You are obviously not afraid to rock the boatlook under the boat, and reinvent the boat. Re-examining first principles might cause us to do it all at once… if we formally begin to recognize the first 64 of 202 base-2 notations from Planck Time to this day. When Planck Time is 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 over 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,