On following the work of Dr. Emily Laura Nurse

Dr. Emily L. Nurse
UCL Department of Physics and Astronomy
University College London
Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT

s: University College
Royal Society: Research Fellow

· Electroweak physics at the Tevatron,”  Liverpool University Seminar, April 2005 [ps]
· ”Exploring the World of the Small,”  Manchester University A-level Masterclass, April 2005 [ppt]
· ”Electroweak physics at the Tevatron,” University College London Seminar, April 2005 [ps]
· ”The CDEAR project,” TeV4-LHC Workshop, Fermilab, October 2005 [ppt]
· ”W mass and width at CDF,” University of Manchester Seminar, March 2006 [ppt]
· ”W boson Mass and Width Measurements at the Tevatron,”  Moriond QCD, La Thuile, March 2007 [pdf]
· ”W boson Mass and Width Measurements at the Tevatron,”  Imperial College London Seminar, July 2007 [ppt]
· ”W properties at CDF,”  European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics, July 2007  [pdf]

References on this website:
1. https://81018.com/structure/#ELN April 30, 2018
2. https://81018.com/atoms/ April 25, 2019
3. https://81018.com/83-66/  (Originally posted in December 2014)

 Most recent email: 26 April 2019 8:42 AM

Dear Dr. Emily L. Nurse:

It would be a privilege to have access to your April 2005 talk, Unanswered Questions in Particle Physics from your University College, London, Work Experience Talks.

We have so little depth of knowledge, we need all the help we can get. It appears that we indeed took a short cut in 2011 (and we have such a long way to go to get a proper foundation and footings), we have to reach out to those who have that core knowledge. Our simple insights seem to have credibility; however, life would be easier if we knew how to disprove them. These are:
1. It all starts with the sphere (also goes by plancksphere and quantum foam and …) and continues with sphere stacking.
2. Sphere stacking opens the first doubling function and basic Euclidean geometries and eventually quantum indeterminacy. Other doubling functions emerge.
3. Space, time, mass and charge are all manifestations of light and each is an expression or face of the sphere. All time appears to be now.
4. Doublings continue. There is a natural thrust and 202 doublings to this moment in time. That outline of the universe includes all time and everything, everywhere.

That’s radical enough. Can each statement be proven? We don’t know. I recently appealed to Emeritus Prof. Dr. Michael James Duff over at your Imperial College London. I hope he is a champion of your work!

So now here are our two new places with references to you and your work:

If you want us to add, delete, or change anything, of course, we will respect your wishes and give any change the highest priority. Thank you.

Most sincerely,

 Third email: 22 April 2019 10:22 PM

Dear Dr. Emily L. Nurse:

It’s been several years since writing to you; yet, I think you might be pleased to see your Structure of Atoms chart on the homepage today: https://81018.com/atoms/

I’ll be creating a page to reference key parts of your research; I’ll send that link when it goes up!

Best wishes,

Second email: AttachmentsNov 2, 2015, 7:07 PM

Dear Dr. Emily Laura Nurse:

We are still using that one image from your PPT, “Particle Physics” and we thank you: https://81018.com/83-66/

We are having a little trouble being taken seriously (being high school people), yet if there is anybody who has helpful advice, we are all ears.

You’ll see how our innocent and simple beginnings using base-2 exponential notation from the base Planck units have led to some very controversial concepts.

Have you any advice for us? Thank you.


PS. A general overview of our work is here: https://81018.com/smallscale/

First email: Nov 26, 2014, 12:26 PM

Dear Dr. Emily Laura Nurse:

We are a high school geometry class on a huge mission to establish the continuum from the Planck Length to the Observable Universe. It sounds more daunting than it is. There are only a total of 202.345+ exponential notations; and while out on the web, we found your helpful work, “The Structure of Atoms” within your PowerPoint presentation, “Exploring the World of the Small,” which we found here: http://www.hep.ucl.ac.uk/~nurse/content/talks/

May we have your permission to use it with proper attribution? You can see our first draft of that page and how it will look here: https://81018.com/83-66/

It will be linked from two pages; one is here: https://81018.com/universe-table/

Currently, only the link from the electron at notation 69 is currently active. We call that page our Universe Table.

Also, as of this writing, you are the only person who will receive this link.

We began our effort back in 2011 when we went searching inside the tetrahedron, found the octahedron and did the regression back to the area of the Planck Length. It’s been quite an adventure.

The first chart we created for the discussion was called “Big Board – little universe.” https://81018.com/big-board/

On the page with your chart, “The Structure of Atoms,” please notice there is an attribution: “This PPT chart is from a presentation that Prof. Dr. Emily L. Nurse gave as a Masterclass in Manchester University back in 2005. Prof. Dr. Nurse is affiliated with University College London, Fermilab in Chicago, and CERN Laboratories, Atlas Project, in Geneva.” If you would like, we will be glad to link those words to any page about your work which you specify.

If you would rather we do not use this work, we will remove it post haste.

Thank you.

Most sincerely,

Bruce Camber, teacher
New Orleans, Boston