Session 2: Mathematical Model of the Universe

Just 12 of the 36 pages (horizontally-scrolled) that define a Mathematically-Integrated View of the Universe.


•  There is a simple geometry. Please handle the models that are present.

This is the work of a high school geometry class and 6th grade AP Science class.

⇒ As a “Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics” (STEM) tool

A work project: the first 67 notations remained need definition
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 Planck Time in 2014

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.

Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 8AM at the Corner Bakery
Small Group Overview, Session 2, page 1Session 2, page 2 (this page) and Session 2, page 3 and a Worksheet
February 2018: Small Group Overview, Session 1 – page 1,Session 1 – page 2 and Session 1 – page 3Promotion and a Worksheet