**Andrew Chi-Chih Yao**, Founder, Dean, Center for Quantum Information

Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences

Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China

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Second email: Thursday, February 24, 2022

Dear Prof. Dr. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao:

I am always updating my writing. As you might expect, I just rewrote my note to you of 22 February 2022: https://81018.com/yao (this page)

The key question is, “Might you have somebody within your institution who might enjoy collaborating with a small group of people about the first 64 notations of the 202 in total that encapsulate the universe?”

Given all the global tensions and miscalculations, it is time for an integrated view of the universe whereby the interconnectedness of everything is seen more profoundly and causally.

I hope to hear from you. We all must give our best shot at seeing the old unsolved questions in new light. Thank you.

Most sincerely,

Bruce

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Bruce E. Camber

First email: February 22, 2022 at 5:45 PM

Dear Prof. Dr. Andrew Chi-Chih Yao:

One of my mentors, Bob Cohen, at one time the head of the Boston University Department of Physics, gave his library to Tsinghua before he died. For Bob, that visit in Beijing was the highlight of his career.

Another mentor was Viki Weisskopf at MIT. You were there in 1975-1976 when we were examining the foundations of physics, particularly our grasp of infinity and infinitesimals. In 2001 at Princeton, I was visiting with John Conway while you were there. In 2007 as part of a world tour on my 60th birthday I was in Beijing and Hong Kong and unfortunately, our paths did not intersect.

Notwithstanding, my work at MIT was very much in the spirit of your founding the Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences. We are all looking at new paradigms by which our logic and mathematics can help us to grasp the essentials of the universe.

The range from the Planck scale to the electroweak scale or CERN-scale has deep potential. To open it up, we applied base-2 to the Planck numbers and in 202 notations or doublings we were at the Age of the Universe and approximate size of the universe. The first 64 doublings are under all possibilities of physical measurements, yet a huge domain for logic and mathematics.

I say these numbers are most meaningful because base-2 is so naturally found in most every discipline within academics.

Here we have a virtually unexplored domain: https://81018.com/chart/

Might you have somebody within your institution who might enjoy collaborating with a small group of people about the 64 notations?

I will attempt to include scholars from Skoltech (Moscow), BU-MIT, and Vanderbilt particularly to consider those first 64 notations in light of Langlands programs, string and M-theory, SUSY, (including work Beyond the Standard Model), Causal sets and causal set theory, Loop Quantum Gravity, Scalar Field Theory, Spectral Standard Model and (8) Causal Dynamical Triangulation. Here are the foundations for the dynamics for all 202 notations, working together as a whole.

Thank you very much.

Most sincerely,

Bruce

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Bruce E. Camber