Alexander Kusenko

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe

Tokyo, Japan

**Articles**: *Models Beyond the Standard Model* (from KIPMU, on the web)**ArXiv** (153): Primordial black holes from supersymmetry in the early universe

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Homepage: UCLA Kavli (KIPMU)

Second email: March, 10, 2021 at 9 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. Alexander Kusenko:

Coming up on the celebration day for pi (π) (March 14) and resulting from further reflections, I have concluded that pi (π) has a most-pivotal role in shaping the earliest beginnings and the character of our universe: https://81018.com/challenge/ and https://81018.com/instance/

Might you comment? Thank you.

Most sincerely,

Bruce

First email: Jan 25, 2021, 12:25 PMUpdated/resent: February 2, 2021

Dear Prof. Dr. Alexander Kusenko:

Extraordinary creativity. Congratulations on all that you do. I am working through a few of your 153 ArXiv articles. Then, thinking about all that flying between UCLA and KIPMU… it all requires so much stamina.

Among others, I was reading that short, collective article about your work, Models Beyond the Standard Model, and I wondered if you had ever seen a chart of 202 notations that encapsulate the universe from Planck Time. It came out of a sweet, little exercise in 2011 in a high school geometry class. We started with the Planck base units, applied base-2, and viola! Simple logic and simple numbers resulted.

But then, it wasn’t so simple. We didn’t know what we didn’t know. We knew that we needed to expand our understanding of the fundamentals through which the universe and life take shape.

But being a geometry class, we wondered if we had given enough consideration to the values of pi-circles-spheres. We had just learned how these become lines, tetrahedrons and octahedrons. We wondered if the core values of pi also define spacetime. We rather uniquely found these facets within pi-circles-spheres: continuity-order, symmetry-relations, and harmony-dynamics. We also asked “In what ways do these qualities inform our understanding of infinity?” Is it at all interesting? …just too naive?

Our work is here: http://81018.com Here are two articles still being developed:

https://81018.com/essentials/ https://81018.com/challenge/

Thanks again.

Warmly,

-Bruce

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