Kuleshov, Alexander Petrovich

Alexander Petrovich Kuleshov
President, Professor, and Doctor
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech)
Bolshoy Boulevard 30, bld. 1
Moscow, Russia 121205


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• https://www.skoltech.ru/en/innovation/
• https://events.skoltech.ru/physics-en Regarding the publication,  “Forefront of Physics”
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Second and most recent email: 25 February 2022 at 11:15 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. President Alexander Kuleshov:

My note to you of 22 February 2022 is dwarfed  by the events of the past two days. Notwithstanding, if we had been working on a highly-integrated view of the universe over this past year, you just might have been in a position to have begun teaching the entire Kremlin that view of the universe whereby continuity, symmetry, and harmony become the foundations of science and logic. 

It is not too late. 

You may remember my first note: It is below and also on this page:
https://81018.com/kuleshov (this page)

I hope to hear from you. Thank you.

Most sincerely,

Bruce

First email: 22 February 2022 at 10:46 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. President Alexander Kuleshov:

The Planck scale was largely ignored until Frank Wilczek (MIT, Nobel 2004) wrote three articles in Physics Today in 2001. Yet, the Planck scale is still little understood. 

Apply base-2 notation to the Planck base units and the universe is encapsulated within 202 notations from the first moment of time to the current time, 13.81 billion years later. The first 64 notations are much too small to be measured and qualify as a domain for Langlands programsstring-and M-theorySUSYhypothetical particlesdark energy and dark matter… 

In 1993 with IBM I had projects in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In 1979 my work at MIT was on a first principles project; and in 1975 with Victor Weisskopf of the physics department, we considered better definitions of infinity.  

To make substantial progress quickly, we should explore different orientations and this one defined above remains largely unexplored. Would you be interested to explore it more deeply?  Thank you.

Warm regards,

Bruce

PS. Congratulations on all your work. Just amazing! -BEC

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Paradigmatic shifts to engage the infinitesimal:
1. Calculations like Max Planck’s base units or George Johnstone Stoney‘s provide the small scale limits of physicality and of space-time. Although to date, these are symbolic numbers, each is close enough to create working models.
2. To begin to embrace the universe as a working whole, apply base-2 to the Planck units and the universe is encapsulated within 202 dynamic notations.
3. The first 64 notations are orders of magnitude smaller than any possible measurements with instrumentation. Here is a domain for mathematics and human logic alone.
4. The finite-infinite relations is known through the qualities evidenced within pi. It is dynamic and ever-present. The 202 notations build off of each other.
5. The only time is now. Only within the current notation, 202, is there the perception of past, present and future.

More to come…

Also see:
https://81018.com/skoltech/
https://81018.com/berloff/