Upon following the work of Pascal Oesch…

Pascal Oesch, Observatoire de Genève, Versoix, Switzerland

Homepage(s): Yale

Most recent email: 4 December 2022 at 11:22 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. Pascal Oesch,

I’m 75 and increasingly my brain is Swiss cheese so I have to log everything or it’ll be lost in oblivion. https://81018.com/oesch/ is what I wrote a few months ago. Now I have deep abiding affections for Switzerland having studied in Basel (1975), been to Geneva and CERN many times, yet have traveled up and down and throughout that spectacular area.

And, yes, you’ve had a spectacular career. You’re obviously among the .0000001% so I understand if it takes too much time or patience to reply to those within the unwashed masses. Yet, one never knows, one of us just may have cracked open a door that opens to useful information.

I think the door that I unwittingly found has identifiers on it: “Base-2 notation using Planck base units, pi, and a finite-infinite redefinition.” It might be a great little gedanken

We started to examine those numbers from base-2 from the Planck units: https://81018.com/chart/
I tried explaining to the kids: https://81018.com/stem/

Is it all just “wet-behind-the-ears” with naïveté?  




First email: September 25, 2022 at 6:27 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Pascal Oesch,

You’ve had over seven years with GN-z11. You and Gabriel Brammer have probably spent more time reflecting on it than anyone else in the world. Don’t you think there is much more to that story? Are there more ways to interpret the data? Is the universe fundamentally linear or exponential?  For example, if spacetime begins with the Planck base units, and there are 202 base-2 notations from the start to this day, and every notation is building on the next, what is time?  What is space? In such a construct, all notations are always active and interconnected. 

It would seem to change our use of redshift data but I am not quite sure how. Might it be worth your time as a thought experiment? 

I hang out here:  https://81018.com/  I am attempting to drill into those questions as I learn as much as I can about your GN-z11. 


Thank you.