Can Natural Inflation Quietly Encapsulate The Universe?

by Bruce Camber, November 15, 2016    Updated : March 2018

The answer to that question appears to be, “Yes.” There is a very simple, natural process by which natural inflation quietly encapsulates the universe. [1]  Start at Planck Length / Planck Time and Planck Mass / Planck Charge and accept for now that there is a thrust within this initial start of the universe. In just 202 doublings you arrive at the current Age of the Universe and the current size of the universe.  Here is a detailed matrix of just over 202 columns whereby the logic when each Planck base unit doubles is readily observed. [2] Logical, most-simple, integrated, and predictive, this mathematical view of the universe can be tested, compared and contrasted with many of the existent measurements currently accepted within cosmology. [3] It should be noted, however, that over two-thirds of the entire chart is a focus on the first second of creation (from the first notation through to notation 144). [4]  A light year is encapsulated within notation 169. [5]  The first aeon, a billion years, is within notation 199. [6] All of human history is easily within a very small part of notation 202.

Our study of the cumulative nature of addition and multiplication is on-going. By looking at the raw data, this simple, little model would appear to provide a clear alternative to big bang cosmology. [7]  It reinforces the extensive work on natural inflation models, and it provides a very different entry point to questions about Dark Energy and Dark Matter, isotropy, homogeneity, and the very nature of space-and-time and the finite-and-infinite. [8]

Not until February 2014 had anybody done the simple-but-tedious work to double the infinitesimal Planck Time, then double each result 201 more times. As a consequence, this matrix or grid has had very limited study.

The 202-column chart of the universe that starts at Planck Time and goes to the Age of the Universe reveals a simple logic for natural inflation that readily mimics the big bang cosmology of Stephen Hawking and the inflation of Alan Guth without the need for a bang. [9]

Because it is an entirely predictive chart, this nascent base-2 model can readily be tested with existing data from all other models of the universe.

[1] The thrust of the universe:
[2] The Chart:
[3] On measuring the universe with the Planck Units
[4] The First Second:
[5] A light year:
[6] An aeon:
[7] Alternatives to big bang cosmology:
[8] Space-time, finite-infinite:
[9] Stephen Hawking and Alan Guth:

ArXiv and Wikipedia Resources:
• Natural Inflation: Consistency with Cosmic Microwave Background Observations
•  Wikipedia: On Inflation…  Specially focus on the Criticisms
•  Modified Planck Units