The third week of July 2019 by Bruce Camber

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1. Work continues today on the current homepage. It always can be improved!

2. Pages continue to jump up in front of our **Silos** page. It started way back on Pi Day, March 14. Several issues needed to be addressed: https://81018.com/pi-today/ Then, an article about the work of John Ellis caught my attention and it inspired some clarification and simplification of the homepage, *Redefine Our Universe With Three Conceptual Steps. * So, yet another homepage, *Five Assumptions About the Nature of the Universe*, jumped up in front. Then, I had to write a letter to Adam Becker about his online lecture at Harvard; it brought back such sweet memories. Gerald Holton’s themata jumped out at me as well and all that triggered some more thinking about the sphere and the deep infrastructure of the universe.

The “Silos” page will become a first-draft soon, then be posted as a homepage!

3.** Homepages**. Usually a homepage is up for less than a month. Each has its own unique URL.

- My July
- June bonding
- May transitions
- April plantings.
- March on!
- March 30: Just Maybe We Are Too Hung Up On Particles
- March 25: A Different View of the Universe built with Planckspheres
- March 24: Let’s start at the very beginning until the universe is filled with spheres
- March 23: The Sphere: Our Most-Basic Building Block of the Universe
- March 22: An Open Letter regarding Bohm, Bell, Weisskopf, Costa de Beauregard, J.P. Vigier…
- March 12: Five Assumptions About the Nature of the Universe – A New Orientation
- March 10: Pi Day is March 14
- March 6: Three Concepts, Each A Step To Redefine Our Universes
- March 5: Foundations — The Universe As Extended Planck Base Units
- March 2: The Universe Clock – The Age of the Universe in seconds.
**March 1**: Assumptions/first principles to explore a Planck-based Universe

- The February articles were all very positional:

4.** Infinity**. A new homepage will build on https://81018.com/infinity/. It has become increasingly clear that the leading scholars of the world are avoiding the concept of infinity. It is the elephant in their room. That seems a bit timid and in some cases, even dishonest. I’ll be doing more digging, especially with every scholar we’ve included in our two most-active working documents: (1) https://81018.com/silos/ and (2) https://81018.com/1-202/ Also, I’ll go back through every document within this website that touches on infinity to open a list of key questions to address this observation further. The most recent article is https://81018.com/infinity/

5. **Time**. Within the light of 202 notations (and given the current notation is 10.9 billion years and we have only engaged 2.8+ billion of those years), the approximate 400,000 years of human history is barely a speck of activity. Four hundred years ago is a flash, virtually current history, very much alive with us today. The direction of time within the current notation is a perception, like a sense… more clarity needs to be brought into https://81018.com/c/ The study of time was the homepage for the first weeks of July: https://81018.com/nature/

6. **Other Homepages**: Every homepage can be improved. The left and right arrows are being added to all prior hompages to assist navigation.

7. * In light of the first 64 notations*: Perhaps more work will be done on a summary of the state of our world and state of our Universe.

8. Within every plancksphere, there are two inherent activities. One is captured by the first image below. The others further below are new for me. Think of particles and waves, discrete and continuous. -BEC

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sine.

Animation showing how the sine function (in red)

y = sin ( θ ) {\displaystyle y=\sin(\theta )} is graphed from the *y*-coordinate (red dot) of a point

on the unit circle (in green) at an angle of *θ*. **ALSO**:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sine_wave

Illustrating the cosine wave’s fundamental relationship to the circle. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sine

9. * In light of the first 64 notations*: Perhaps more work will be done on a summary of the state of our world and state of our Universe.