Upon following the work of Antonino Zichichi…

Antonino Zichichi, Ettore Majorana Centre, Centre of Scientific Culture
Erice, Italy

Pontifical Academy of Sciences
World Federation of Scientists (WFS), co-founder
YouTube: Evolving Concepts: 2014  May 17, 2018

Second email:  Monday, 6 July 2020
To whom it may concern:
Updated page about youhttps://81018.com/zichichi/
Also there is an email to Mariano Biancahttps://81018.com/bianca/
and to Maria Luisa Dalla Chiara — https://81018.com/dalla-chiara/
Best wishes,
First email:  Tuesday, August 1, 2016, 12:33 PM

TO: Professor Antonino Zichichi
FM: New Orleans High School teachers and geometry students

RE: Our chart of numbers generated from the Planck base units using base-2 notation to the Age of the Universe — https://81018.com/chart/

Dear Professor Zichichi:

We are reading some of your online papers and books about the electroweak processes and phase transitions.

We have our basic chart with over 1000 simple base-2 calculations of the five Planck base units out to the Age of the Universe.

Yes, we know it is quite idiosyncratic to start with these infinitesimals but we first got to them in our geometry class by going inside the tetrahedron, then the tetrahedron-octahedron, then further inside, just over 112 more steps, dividing by 2, to get to the Planck units. We also went out the 90 doublings to the Age of the Universe by multiplying by 2. Though we learned about Kees Boeke’s base-10 work, we like our granular ordering system — it’s a STEM tool!

Now, we have to see how well and in what ways this little model describes some aspect of reality.

Might you be able to take a quick look at the numbers to see if you can quickly spot some natural logical flows? We will miss them and it will take us several lifetimes to learn as much as you know. The chart scrolls horizontally so you can easily follow the quiet gradations of each Planck base unit.

Thank you.

Most sincerely,
Bruce E. Camber
Skype: Bruce.Camber

PS. You probably knew an old friend of mine, Victor Weisskopf. I was particularly interested in his work within the Pontifical Academy and we spent some time in his library at home talking about the faith-science interface.

On a trip to Geneva, he cleared the way for an introduction to John Bell in 1977. –BEC

Reflections: 3 October 2019

It didn’t take too many hours after this first email was sent that I remembered meeting Antonio Zichichi at a conference in Italy back in 1977.