The McWilliams Center for Cosmology
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213
First email: Friday, November 1, 2019 @ 9:06 PM
Dear Mr. Bruce McWilliams:
I know that you are well aware of the problems with current theory in physics, astrophysics, and cosmology. People have been calling for a redefinition for years and years.
You know how complex and strained it has become.
At no time have we had an integrated, mathematical view of the universe. We backed into such a model by starting with the Planck base units. We applied base-2 notation (doublings), and had a map of the universe with just 202 notations. https://81018.com/chart/ Analysis of that chart is ongoing. The most recent is always the homepage: http://81018.com
It is such a simple-but-idiosyncratic view of the universe, it’ll take awhile before the scholars begin to sort it out. The first 64 notations hold great promise for opening new doors for exploring resolutions to old problems.
I thought you would want to know.
My best wishes to you and I thank you for all you are doing and have done.
PS. Carlo Rovelli and Robert Muller (Berkeley) call for a finite derivative understanding of time. It is a difficult sell, but this integrative model creates an intuitive sense of their basic insight. -BEC