Natarajan, Priyamvada

Priyamvada Natarajan
Departments of Astronomy and Physics, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
The Dark Cosmology Center, Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Author: Mapping the Heavens. Publisher’s Overview. Video (Mar 8, 2016).
Scholar: Exotica in the universe — dark matter, early black hole seeding, the first stars, cosmic microwave background radiation) CMBR
ArXiv (176): Exploring the high-redshift PBH-ΛCDM Universe
Black Hole Initiative
Google Scholar
Homepage: Yale, Yale’s Blackhole Physics
inSPIREHEP
Twitter
Video: Long Now Foundation
Wikipedia

Within this website:
Almost there: https://81018.com/almost/

First email: December 18, 2021 at 8:56 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. Priyamvada Natarajan:

Mapping the Heavens is ambitious… Thank you for all that most-focused work. Your scholarship has been deep and sustained. Congratulations.

We have not been quite so intentional. Our project began in a high school geometry class where we started backing down into the Planck scale through a tetrahedron! By the time we finished, we had fortuitously mapped the universe using base-2 notation! I think you’ll be surprised to learn that there are 202 notations — https://81018.com/chart/ — from the first instant (assuming Planck’s base units) to this day.

We had that construct for several years before we realized it was rather unique and entirely idiosyncratic. Because it was just simple math and geometry, we wandered around in those numbers, just to see what we could discover. We found really interesting things, but we’ve had no scholars bold enough to say, “Here’s is where it works. Here is where it all falls apart.”

Because it is so idiosyncratic, I put that work within the high school on hold until we could context it properly within the general academic community. That is where we are now. Notwithstanding, I have carried on and try not to bother too many of our working scholars, but if his model holds together, quite possibly, within such a simple construct, there may be additional ways to consider blackholes.

That is to say, blackholes may have more diversity than we think: https://81018.com/almost/ With the addition of other perspectives, maybe-maybe-maybe the dark matter veil can be lifted a bit. I sent you a tweet back on December 2 (just below) essentially and quite cryptically saying the same thing.

Thank you for your work and all your deep analysis. We’ve just begun following you and I thought you would want to know. Happy holidays! May our New Year become one of joy and celebration!

Warmly,

Bruce

First tweet: 9:27 PM · December 2, 2021

@SheerPriya If we were to map the universe, assuming Planck base units as the start, apply base-2, there are just 202 notationshttps://81018.com/chart/ — to this day. Blackholes may be more diverse than we think: https://81018.com/almost/ Perhaps that the dark matter veil can be lifted.