Editor’s Note: The very first posting in January 2012 about our work within geometry and base-2 exponential notation (doublings) was within our Small Business School website by Bruce Camber and Hattie Bryant. That site had been live on the web since December 1994.
Here is the very first time we would see the entire universe in just over 201+ steps, all necessarily-related notations.
So, a warm welcome to you… this page provides access to a work-in-progress. Friends and family were the first to be invited to begin a critical review. Now, friends of friends are also being invited! The hope is that the project will be validated in its scope and logic. If the logic and scope are invalidated, the results of that process will be fully reported and analyzed. Is the Planck length the right place to start? Can a dimensionful number be multiplied by 2? What are the constants? Why are universals universal? To open these questions to discussion, more high school students will be invited to think about this model as a relatively simple way to organize information. College students, graduate students, doctoral candidates, and post-docs will be invited to consider how base-2 exponential notation — praxis — can become the basis for theoria. Everyone is invited to consider if and how these concepts might be integrated within their own.
Here are links to key working pages for the big board.
• Our first Big Board and today’s Big Board-little universe Chart
• Today’s overview of some of the key ideas
• First article about the unfolding of the key ideas
• An article posted-then rejected by Wikipedia editors
Summary description of this page: An introduction to collaborative research of an indexed model of the universe using base-2 exponential notation. Because we start at the Planck Length and go to the Oobservable Universe, these notations are called Planck Notations (PN).
The small-scale universe: PN1 to PN67
The human-scale universe: PN67 to PN135
The large-scale universe: PN135 to PN202+
The back story: This project began within a high school geometry class in the metro New Orleans area.