Maldacena, Juan Martín

Juan Maldacena

Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS)
Princeton, New Jersey

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First email: Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 3:28 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Juan Maldacena:

PlanckTimeIs it reasonable to consider Max Planck’s simple definition of time when we talk about the interior of the space-time?

PlancTimePlanck’s more simple formulation computes well with the experimental results. And, of course, if we were to apply base-2 notation to Planck Time, there would be a small variable as each quantity is multiplied by 2. It appears to remain within 1% throughout all 202 notations from Planck Time to the current time or age of the universe.

c=pl:ptBy inserting of the other base units along this scale of the universe, the data sets become more challenging, yet the simple correspondence between length and time tells a profound story. The correspondence with mass and charge, though stretching the imagination, still retains a deep logic and continuity.

Might you comment? Just nonsense?

Thank you.

Most sincerely,

PS. This work started in a New Orleans high school geometry class where we chased Zeno’s paradox to the Planck Wall and then asked, “What else can we do?”
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