On discovering the work of Norma Sanchez…

Norma Graciela Sanchez, Director of Research at CNRS
Director of the Ecole Internationale Daniel Chalonge
Observatoire de Paris, Paris, France

Article(s): Unifying quantum mechanics with Einstein’s general relativity, 2019
The New Quantum Structure of the Space-Time (ffhal-01735421), 2018
ArXiv (4): New Quantum Structure of the Space-Time (PDF) 2021
Homepage(s): Google Scholar

Within this website: https://81018.com/transformation/#Sanchez

Second email: 20 October 2022 at 1:02 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Norma Sanchez: 

To help me remember what I have said to you and to have a record of your writings, I have developed this page within our website: https://81018.com/sanchez/

We are all getting older and perhaps the next generation will benefit from parts of what we have done. I really think we could have done better if only we had a bit less arrogance.

Simple math and geometry are better than concepts with extralogic. Guth’s inflation was extralogical in the beginning and it still is! But for now, I’ll stay off my soapbox!  

Thank you for your lifetime of adventurous thinking, doing, and writing.

Warm regards, 


PS. In 1980 I was in Paris working with Olivier Costa de Beauregard one day each week and with Jean Pierre Vigier on another day each week. With Bernard d’Espagnat we visited in d’Orsay with Aspect to discuss his latest results with his EPR work. -BEC

First email: Aug 16, 2021, 4:07 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Norma Sanchez:

I was discussing J.P. Luminet‘s dodecahedron with John Conway way back in 2001 and we concurred that the Pentakis Dodecahedron was a better metaphor. The imperfection of that geometry was more self-evident. It was the same year that Frank Wilczek of MIT began publishing his three articles about Max Planck and his base units. Until Wilczek, those units were largely ignored. Even today, they are not quite discussed enough.

Can we posit Lemaitre’s primordial atom within those parameters?
Might the “atom” be something as simple as a primordial sphere?
– Might sphere dynamics, from the Fourier transform to cubic-close packing of equal spheres (introduced by Harriot-Kepler regarding the stacking of cannon balls), be scale invariant to that infinitesimal primordial sphere?

Even with a maybe, it is worth exploring further.  Here are some of my guesses: https://81018.com/empower/

Thank you.



PS.  We need a highly-integrated, mathematical model of the universe to grasp the limits of our worldviews. –BEC