Mlynek, Jürgen

Jürgen Mlynek

JurgenMlynekFormer President, Helmholtz Association (Berlin Office)
Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Falling Walls Foundation
Anna-Louisa-Karsch-Straße 2
10178 Berlin, Germany

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Second email: March 25, 2020 at 3:56 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Jürgen Mlynek:

I am not sure that my prior email made it through to you.
Because you have a most luminous history, successfully
navigating difficult concepts with the greatest diversity of people,
I turn to you.

My baseline question is:
“Could Planck’s base units in some manner of speaking define
the very first expressions of space and time, mass and charge?”

If you have a moment, you might find today’s homepage helps.
The long-term URL is: https://81018.com/uni-verse/
Today it can also be reached at http://81018.com

My one-page overview of your work is here:
https://81018.com/mlynek/

Thank you.

Most sincerely,
Bruce

First email: 21 October 2019 @ 7:11 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. Jürgen Mlynek:

I was watching Jean-Luc Lehners work from FW 2011; and as a result, this morning
I am beginning to learn about your “Falling Walls” conferences. It is all
so much work.

Surely science today has broken open the mythopoetics of the science
of our ancestors, yet it seems we have been complicating things, perhaps
because we have not been asking the most simple questions.

In 2011 we began working with Max Planck’s base units. We began
learning about the brief history of those numbers from Frank Wilczek,
first from his articles in Physics Today and then firsthand. By engaging
Euler, applying base-2 to those Planck units, we created a simple map
of the universe and rather quickly discovered how idiosyncratic it was.
https://81018.com/chart/

My question for you is this:
Could Planck’s base units in some manner of speaking define
the very first expressions of space and time, mass and charge?

I thought you would enjoy the question. I puzzle it all here:
http://81018.com and I would so thoroughly enjoy your comments.

Most sincerely,
Bruce