On discovering the work of Christopher Weaver

Christopher Weaver, Illinois Center for Advanced Studies of the Universe, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

Website, Routledge: Fundamental Causation, ArXiv

First email: 22 April 2023, Earth Day @ 3:42 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Christopher Gregory Weaver:

On this Earth Day perhaps we need to consider the role of pi (π), and other key dimensionless constants, the Planck base units, and a bit of base-2 exponentiation (just to keep track of things).

That first second using the Planck units and base-2 is within Notation-143. Things are already way too complex. Even the first nanosecond, between Notations 114-to-117, is still too complex. Even the first femtosecond (one millionth of a billionth of a second or 10-15), out between Notation 94-to-97, is complex. At the edge of our measuring capabilities, the yoctosecond (10-24) between Notations 65-to-67, too much has happened.  It begs the question, “Are there any scholars looking at those first 64 notations from Planck Time?”

If the first spheres manifest within Notations 1-to-10, what are the dynamics? If spheres are being created at a rate of 539 tredecillion spheres per second (assuming one sphere per unit of Planck Time-Length-Mass-Charge),  what are the possible geometries? What forms? Does cubic-close packing of equal spheres help? It doesn’t take much and densities and speeds are such that only the perfect is possible. No quantum indeterminacy, we’ll have to study that finite-infinite relation to discuss causal efficacy.

I’ve gone on and on, too much for an introductory note. Please forgive me. Most of my ruminations are here: https://81018.com Besides the links embedded above, you may appreciate these:
Background story: https://81018.com/home/
Earliest analysis: https://81018.com/stem/
Most recent ;analysis: https://81018.com/continuity-symmetry-harmony/

Thank you for all your writing and for looking deeply into causality.

Warm regards,