van Suijlekom, Walter D.

Walter D. van Suijlekom
Institute for Mathematics, Astrophysics and Particle Physics
Radboud University
Nijmegen, Netherlands

ArXiv: A survey of spectral models of gravity coupled to matter, 2019
Homepage: University
Wikipedia: Noncommutative standard model

Most recent email: August 5, 2021, 3:30 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Walter D. van Suijlekom:

Surely I have a long way to go regarding the work of Connes, Chamseddine, and van Suijlekom, but I have started, it is helpful, and I am learning. My work started on the EPR-Bell formulas way back in 1972-1980. It seemed like I was going in circles and making very little progress. In 2011 in a high school geometry class, I unwittingly returned to those earlier inquiries. We just mapped the universe using Planck’s base units and by applying base-2 notation to outline everything-everywhere-for-all-time in just 202 doublings:

It was a novelty for many years. A new STEM tool!

Now, having thought about it for awhile, looking at the progression of numbers, it is a model that easily encapsulates the big bang epochs. The natural inflation is natural. There is a domain of about 64 notations that is a precursor to quantum formalism that welcomes string theory, Langlands programs, and other mathematical disciplines without a place on the grid.

We need to engage the entire universe throughout all time to begin to see things more clearly. Thank you for your work. With these pages, you are now among a small group of scholars whom I follow most closely.



First email: Mar 13, 2021, 9:09 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Walter D. van Suijlekom:

My Pi Day Greeting to you all:


Congratulations on your Spectral Standard Model. It seems we may be going over some of the same grounds, however you all are scholars and ostensibly I am a high school person who happened to slide down into Alice’s silly rabbit hole and looked up from the Planck base units thinking, “How am I  going to figure this out?”

I have previously communicated with the ACs and now with this note, with your third expert, Walter van Suijlekom.
Also, I am now starting to engage the work of Viatcheslav Mukhanov. It looks as if he may be an occasional associate of your group.

You all are doing such marvelous work, I am now attempting to hire a tutor to be sure I am understanding you all correctly. Thank you for all that you do.



PS.  I had also arrived at the volume of the universe ∼1060 in Planck units using 539 tredecillion units per second (Plank Time) over the current age of the universe in seconds.  A coincidence? Significant? Thank you.-BEC

Based on this prior email to Ali Chamseddine: Mon, Mar 8, 11:00 AM

“At present the volume of the universe is ∼1060 in Planck units.” Our simple calculations renders similar results:
Current references to your work on this site:
The universe is a fascinating place; there are so many angles from which to observe it. Thanks again for all your work.