On following the work of Simon Singh

This page is in process. Simon is extraordinary in so many ways.

Homepage(s): Wikipedia

Reference page: https://simonsingh.net/contact/

First documented email: 17 December 2022 at 11:18 PM

Dear Simon,

Even the most strident among us, scholars like Sean Carroll ( https://81018.com/carroll/ ), readily admit the first second is up for grabs. If we approach our little universe mathematically, there are just 202 base-2 notations from the first moment of time, symbolic Planck Time, to the current time, sometimes called, The Now. We have charted the numbers here: https://81018.com/chart/

We all should also be aware of Stoney’s Time. Planck is better known. I’ve asked the ISO to take a look at the discrepancy between them.

That first second is late; it’s within Notation 143 out of the 202. Just think what Sean Carroll and Alan Guth miss in those first notations. If these are dynamic, constant and always, they’ve missed the best part of the show.

A very simple introduction to this map of the universe starts here: https://81018.com/stem/
I hope it is not too idiosyncratic. If so… let’s work on it!