Upon following the work of Michael J. Shelley…

Michael J. Shelley, Co-Director, Applied Mathematics Laboratory, NYU, NYC
Center for Computational Biology, Flatiron InstituteSimons Foundation, NYC

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Homepage: NYU (Engineering)

First email: 5 August 2021 @ 8:57 AM

Dear Prof. Dr. Michael Shelley:

If Max Planck’s base calculations (natural units) are taken as a symbolic description* of the first moment of space-time and the calculation (approximately 13.81 billion years ago), do we have a starting point for the universe. Is the current time the endpoint?

If that logic is faulty, then the next two assumptions will be as well. Based on Planck’s numbers, there is a de facto expansion rate if we assume those Planck numbers describe a real reality. So what would be the simplest possible thing to manifest? Might we assume the sphere? If so, we can build the universe in a very different expression than what has been done to date: https://81018.com

In a high school geometry class in 2011 in New Orleans — https://81018.com/home/ –we considered that we had uncovered a new STEM tool — https://81018.com/stem/ — until we expanded our simple calculations. See: https://81018.com/chart/

We also began studying a little cosmology and realized how profoundly conflicted we’ve all become especially within academic circles. We finally concluded that all our little worldviews needed a highly-integrated, mathematical view of the universe. It all naturally unfolded within the 202 base-2 notations. It is the most simple-yet-extensive — encapsulating everything, everywhere, for all time — and inculcating continuity equations, symmetry functions, and harmonic functions all from the sphericals, that could open foundations to better understand who we are and why we are:  https://81018.com/empower/

Your comments would be most helpful. Your work and your history are exquisite and powerful. Congratulations.