Editors and Writers

There is a never-ending series of notes, emails, tweets and telephone calls to editors and writers.  For years, these communications were private.  Yet, now there is a story here that needs to be told, so you will find a growing record of those communications.

When multiple copies of essentially the same email are sent to several editors and writers, one sample email will be posted and the list of editors and writers will be listed together. This gives us a record to check back to see when and to whom we have written.


September 22, 2016: Meghan Bartels, science journalist and editor
September 21, 2016: Prof. Dr. Brent Slife, editor-in-chief,  Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology


September 19, 2016:

TO:  Editors

Worldviews need to be tacked to historical walls so we can begin to open real paths to an integrated universe view.

Logically, the most simple but detailed uses base-2 exponential notation from the Planck scale to Age of the Universe.  You’ve got the entire enchilada in just over 200 notations:  http://bblu.org

The numbers are here: http://81018.com  ( in process)
Too crazy for you?

* * * * *
Bruce Camber
New Orleans
PS.  I started working at this a long time ago.
Here is a little history that takes it all back to MIT: 

September 18, 2016

Dear Editor:

You just might remember Small Business School;  we were the NYT’s initial video platform for their “small business” launch.  My wife, Hattie, was the host of that weekly half-hour; the show aired on PBS-TV (as well as VOA-TV around the world).  We went from 1994 through 2012.  It was a good run.

Today Hattie is tackling the denial of death; her book “I’ll Have It My Way: Taking Control, of End of Life Decisions” is climbing slowly. The Chief Medical Officers of major US hospitals are being recruited to give copies of the book away to people over 65.

I’ve gone back to my science research on the finite-infinite relation. As science increasingly removed the infinite through renormalization and regularization, scientists became ever more nihilistic. Big bang cosmology then encouraged even more disdain for infinities. Together it amounts to a rather sterile understanding of our universe.

A simple alternative model to the big bang began to emerge in 2011 (out of a New Orleans high school no less). The Planck scale gives us the smallest measurements of a length and time. The Observable Universe and the Age of the Universe give us the largest possible measurements of length (space) and time. Use base-2 notation and you’ll find just over 200 steps from the smallest to the largest. Base-2 is what cells use; base-2 is simple. Base-2 is what computers use. Base-2 is bifurcation theory. http://bblu.org http://81018.com

Let’s open up all those stale and dangerous worldviews and get going on dynamic universe views that re-inform who we are, why we are, and what this thing called life is all about. Why not?  Thanks.

Most sincerely,

* * * *
Bruce Camber
New Orleans

PS.  I have been working at this for a long time.  Here is a little history that takes it all back to MIT: https://bblu.org/1979/07/20/wil/