Second email: 3 June 2018
Hi James –
There are just 202 notations from those Planck base units to the current time. https://81018.com/chart has the simple math. https://81018.com/home has a simple history. And the homepage — http://81018.com — is the most current reflection.
As you might imagine, the first second is between notations 142 and 143. It is a natural inflation (aka Euler’s identity) and, to date, nobody has provided a rational reason to stop studying this progression. I am most fascinated with the potentials within the first 60+ notations. I do not believe these have ever been carefully examined by mathematicians.
I sent an introductory note to you on 8 April 2018!
RE: What a gracious and open person you are…*
YOUR ARTICLE: Your article in Atlantic Monthly, 5 April 2018
Good work! Nice thoughtful reflections. And,
jsomers.net is nicely done. You’re a mensch!**
I sent this note through Twitter, but whoever sees a tweet?
So, just for the record:
Excellent. At first I thought it was going
to be a Wolfram promo piece,
but that quickly changed!
Thanks for the introduction to Jupyter.
Thanks for the thoughtful reflections.
What ArXiv entry has the most signatures?
http://81018.com – An integrated universe view: visuals?
I am one of those idiosyncratic fellows who has been
chasing the EPR paradox since 1971. Actually met JS Bell
at CERN through MIT’s Vicki Weisskopf… so many stories.
In 2011 helping a nephew, I finally found a mathematical container
for the universe: https://81018.com/home It’s been six plus
years attempting to exegete that initial work.
Here’s a chart/map of the universe that is
laughable for its simplicity and grandiosity!
**For me, a person who causes one to think a new thought
and or see the universe in a new way.