Let’s get logical. Only then, can we can truly get physical.



Concepts For A New Beginning

By Bruce Camber ___*June 2018 ___ PRIOR HOMEPAGE ____ All current work

The purpose of this website is to explore 202 notations or doublings that encapsulate and interrelate our universe. In this model of the universe, we start with Planck length & Planck time. We take it as a given, “These are the first units of space, time and light.” This application of base-2 exponentiation creates a natural inflation across all 202 notations and that brings us to this very day and second.

Here are links to all the numbers, related articles (since 2011) and two summary articles:
_________•  10 reasons to adopt an integrated view of the universe
_________•  10 reasons to stop big bang life support. Let it die a natural death.

Logic and mathematics precede all historic definitions of what we have traditionally defined as physicality. The Planck base units of Length and Time are the smallest, meaningful natural units, but well-beyond nominal measurements. [1] Notwithstanding, each base unit carries implicit continuity equations, symmetry relations, and the dynamics of harmony, all of which are defined by dimensionless constants. All these numbers necessarily extend the four Planck base units (including Planck Mass and Planck Charge), effectively doubling all values as ratios over and over and over again.  Though rather naive, this simple bit of mathematics, the starting point for a model of the universe, is much more comprehensive and predictive than the big bang theory.

Doublings are the most simple form of growth. The binary number system is a reflection of it and the logic of the very nature of doubling.

A nominal scale of measurement begins to emerge in and around the 67th doubling of the Planck Length and at the 84th doubling of Planck Time. Although there are  meaningful values of Planck Mass and Planck Charge, these values are only measurable in light of Planck Length and Planck Time. Though the measurement scale begins at the Planck scale, it can only be discerned as a ratio. Although the first 60 or so doublings have certain qualities which we know to be physical, there is no commonly-accepted category that includes physical things that are simply beyond the ability of physical tools to measure.  I call this level of physicality, hypostatic. [2]

This hypostatic domain is the foundation for this model of the universe which is fundamentally defined first by continuity, symmetry and harmony, and then by the Planck base units, doubled, then doubled over and over again. From the 66th notation to the 202nd notation, ostensibly using an application of base-2 notation, nominal measurements begin to dominate.

To date, there are 10 reasons to adopt an integrated view of the universe interchangeably dubbed “Big Board-little universe” and the “Quiet Expansion.” It just might be a reasoable alternative to the big bang theory. So, of course, there are also ten reasons to stop big bang life support. We should let the big bang theory die a natural death.  Thank you.



Endnotes and footnotes:

[1] Wikipedia’s introduction to the Level or Scale of Measurement is a good place to start.  Stanley Smith Stevens opened that discussion in 1946 in Science magazine: Stevens, S. S. (7 June 1946). “On the Theory of Scales of Measurement”. Science. 103 (2684): 677–680. Bibcode:1946Sci…103..677S. doi:10.1126/science.103.2684.677. PMID 17750512.

Our key emphasis is summarized by the Wikipedia editors, “The ratio type takes its name from the fact that measurement is the estimation of the ratio between a magnitude of a continuous quantity and a unit magnitude of the same kind (Michell, 1997, 1999). A ratio scale possesses a meaningful (unique and non-arbitrary) zero value. Most measurement in the physical sciences and engineering is done on ratio scales. Examples include mass, length, duration, plane angle, energy and electric charge. In contrast to interval scales, ratios are now meaningful because having a non-arbitrary zero point makes it meaningful to say, for example, that one object has “twice the length” of another (= is “twice as long”).”

[2] The concept of hypostatics is first defined by the very nature of infinity, and then by the very nature of our universe. That which is hypostatic, by definition, is necessarily shared by both the finite and the infinite, and although ostensibly the same, each is unique. I expect current work on the symmetries of gauge invariance will analogically apply. All transformations depend freely on time and space and define a local or notational symmetry group.

There is more to come…

Author’s note:  There is more work to be done on this page, especially on these Endnotes and Footnotes. Current research includes readings about emergenceplanckspheres, e-folds, period-doubling bifurcation, exponentiation and the exponential function, focus point supersymmetry,  mass  and gauge invariance. Like so many of our pages within this website, this page is not yet a first draft. It is a working draft and homepage in order to get initial feedback.

Your comments and insights are most welcomed.  Contact us.

These three pages were started on May 25, 2018 in Denver, Colorado while visiting with dear friends, Marilyn and David Bromberg. They will be my inspiration to simplify this page and the two lists of ten reasons.

When I finished writing this working draft, I said to Hattie, “This is just may be the most obtuse homepage that I have ever written, but it is a start on a difficult conceptual change in the way we see ourselves and this universe.  Our universe is much more intimate and interdependent than we could have ever imagined.” Where current science and especially cosmology makes us feel less-and-less important, this model places us in the center of everything, both literally and figuratively. -BEC

Next homepage (in preparation):

On exploring the dynamics of  notations and doublings.

On discovering initial textures for the aether, dark matter and dark energy.

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