Prof. Dr. Brendan Ozawa-de Silva
Department of Positive Human Development and Social Change
1269 Barclay Circle
Marietta, GA 30060
Dear Prof. Dr. Brendan Ozawa-de Silva:
As we all know so well, our little world consistently makes a diabolical mess of things. If we are ever going to get it right, we’ve got to do as Julie Andrews and James Peebles (Nobel 2019) say and “start at the very beginning.”
We don’t know how it started, so we guess. And so I ask, “We can guess a little more boldly.” Here is how I’d do it:
If we start with the Planck base units, we’ll begin to see our entire universe.
How did the universe start? When we agree, we’ll all really get to work.
Checklist: Acknowledge, consider, note, observe
Our rather simple overview about the start of the universe