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# Talking, Thinking, and Writing About the Big Board-little universe

A page of notes about updates to the webpages that attempt to exegete our 2011 table dubbed,  Big Board - little universe (BiBo-lu)

Background: This page was initially developed in December 2011 as part of a class for five geometry classes.  The chart was first posted on the web in March 2012 along with an article about it for Wikipedia. That article will remain as it is;  it is a bit of sweet history.  The introduction (that opens the page about the Small-Scale Universe numbers) has already been updated several times and it will continue to be updated. These pages are pivotal to begin to grasp the nature of continuity and symmetry, and order and relations which is the heart of this scale of the universe.

Updates:  The most recent updates will appear first and the history will be pushed down with each new update.

February 26, 2015 at 4:15 PM:  When these charts were first done, it was all on one page.  When it seemed to be the right time to post it on the web, there was a limitation to the size any page could be so I arbitrarily made each page as long as possible without hitting that limit.  It was good for almost three years, then it became evident that each page need to reflect the three primary scales of the universe.  That consolidation netted out this extra page which is now in use!

The comments fields will grow as the analysis grows.  For example, the numbers of vertices or nodes will grow substantially because we will be following Prof. Dr. Freeman Dyson's suggest to multiply by 8.  That is built into scaling laws and dimensional analysis.  I suspect an entire row will be added for every notation to accommodate those numbers and a description of possible primary structures.

Imagine if you will counting the rings of a giant redwood tree. At this point, the universe has just over 201 rings according to simple math and logic.  The first growth, the first ring, does not fundamentally change or morph.  A TOT line certainly could begin with these first notations, inside the sphere and spheres.  Perhaps all the pre-structure within the small-scale universe is the primordial case of densely-packed spheres  with the TOT line as the primary root.

With spheres an analysis of pi be a special part of it.   Pi is a ratio and it has everything to do with degrees of freedom and probability theory.  The gap within the pentastar will also be analyzed within the first ten notations. We are confident that within these ratios we will find begin to understand all irrational and transcendental numbers.

Within the Universe Table back in September 2012, I roughed out a progression of development that began with first ten notations as Plato's Eidos (Forms), then it went on to include Aristotle's Ousia (Substance) (11-20) and Structure (21-30).

When we study the emergence of the five Planck Units in the first groups of notations, it gives new meaning to the words, "...without form and void."  It also gives new meaning to continuity and symmetry because it is the logical ideal given within the simple geometries.

-Bruce Camber