Rafael Dolnick Sorkin, Perimeter Institute
31 Caroline St N, Waterloo, ON N2L 2Y5, Canada
Articles: Space-time as a causal set, August 1987
ArXiv: When is an area law not an area law?, Nov. 2019
Colleagues: David P. Rideout, David Malament, Graham Brightwell, Ruth Gregory. Space-time as a causal set
Homepage(s): Google scholar, IAS, inSPIREHEP, Personal: Focus, Wikipedia: Causal set theory
YouTube: Advanced General Relativity, How Interconnected is the Quantum World
Pages with references to the work of Rafael Sorkin:
First email: Saturday, 13 November 2021 @ 10 PM
Dear Prof. Dr. Rafael Sorkin:
I have created a reference page to your work (this page)…of course to causal set theory in general. Within CST, I am now studying your concepts around the Hauptvermutung.
Thank you for your most-challenging work.
I am a simple guy and got hung up on pi and have not gotten terribly far beyond an infinitesimal sphere defined by the Planck base units that stacks, packs, and begins generating its 539 tredecillion spheres per second. Though it sounds like a spoof, if one infinitesimal “Plancksphere” is generated for every unit of Planck Time, it is simple math. Within the simple geometries of cubic close packing of equal spheres, we have a natural generation of tetrahedrons, octahedrons and eventually the platonic geometries. Within the sphere (pi) we have the deepest possible definitions of continuity, symmetry and harmony, faces of the infinite within the finite. It drops nicely into the 202 base-2 notations from the Planck Time to the current time: https://81018.com/chart/
Where I say within the current homepage, “Something is missing,” I am referring to the first 64 base-2 notations. It is all quite hidden by the big bang theory.
It is all too much, I know… perhaps at least you’ll have a good laugh.