• We were studying simple geometry and we introduced Zeno.
⇒ The first 64 notations remained a mystery
Notice by clicking on the image and clicking on it again to enlarge it, at notation 46 is Pati Preons. It was just a wild-and-crazy guess. The distinguished professors, Jogesh Pati and Abdus Salam, coined the term in 1974. Call it what you want — prequarks, subquarks, maons, alphons, quinks, rishons, tweedles, helons, haplons, Y-particles, primons or even strings — there still has not been a clear formulation of these point particles.
⇒ In 2013 Nima Arkani-Hamid proposes the amplituhedron. I think he’s going in the right direction. Math and geometry cohere. Everything is a relation, a formula, and subjects and objects are derivative.
• We introduced the Planck base units.
⇒ Help from Frank Wilczek, MIT, Nobel Laureate 2004
⇒ Help from Freeman Dyson, Institute four Advanced Studies
⇒ Adding the other Planck units by April 2014
⇒ “It seems to be working!” “We have thrust.” “Liftoff.”
• We multiplied by 2 until at the Age of the Universe.