From: David Lynch <dnl1960 yahoo.com>
To: <lmsilver ncsu.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 4:34:47 PM EST
Subject: Fragments of energy

Larry,

Please pardon me for interrupting your busy day.
May I offer you some food for thought?

"The Emergence of the Universe is the Precipitation of Chaos through the Evaporation of Control." ~3K

I skimmed your article and agree with your position regarding fragments of energy being the building blocks of matter.
Fragments of energy – not waves or particles – may be the fundamental building blocks of the universe


I am reaching out to you because your hypothesis is according to my equation, correct.

Below is a snippet from an email that I sent to Fay Dowker and Brian Cox regarding Fay's Graines theory.

"As letters can be arranged into words, numbers can be arranged into equations.
In doing so, both words and equations gain meaning. From scientific peer reviews, equations gain meaning,.
From these reviewed equations, new concepts can be abstracted that will change the course of human knowledge.
Since the language chosen by science to convey concepts is mathematics,
any postulate must conform to the standard axioms of mathematics.
Using the most basic tool, -∞<0.0<∞+, the number line,
below is a verbal abstraction that will ultimately combine the two infinities of the number line into one singular infinity.
This new axiom of mathematics, “ -c>∞<c+ ”, explains how to get Grains from branes."
Letter to Fay Dowker


The important take away is that I use a new axiom of mathematics, “ -c>∞<c+ ”, to describe the Universe.

Below is a snippet from an email that I sent to Katie Robertson, David Sloan, and Julian Barbour

"People say that a dog is man's best friend. That is until you try to take a steak bone away from a hungry dog.
A mathematician is your best friend, until to try to take 0.0 away from them.
An astronomer is your best friend, until to try to take the Big Bang theory away from them.
A quantum theorist is your best friend, until you try to take Many Worlds theory way from them.
On the flip side, a Christian is your best friend, until you try to take Jesus away from them.

At 33 seconds in the above linked video, Julian says,
"We have to think out of the box and readjust our thinking to what is really happening in the Universe.""

The language of Mathematics has placed the theories of modern astronomy into a big bang box.
When I fell out of the box, was at the moment that I realized that since the universe is made of atoms, "no thing" could be nothing.
As a scientists, I realized that using 0.0 to describe the universe was my greatest mistake.

Below is an email that I sent to Katie Robertson, David Sloan, and Julian Barbour
Letter to Julian Barbour, Katie Robertson, and David Sloan 24 Feb 2020


After 15 years of reaching out to those that have written articles tangential my position,
I have all but given up reaching out to the scientific community.

Below is a listing of some of the letters that I have written to many people.
Letters Sent to Those That Might Listen



Attached is the artwork that my equation emerged from,
and the refined version of my equation that uses the logic of Lynch, the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton,
and the sayings of Socrates. I call the equation the KnoWell.

I suggest that the KnoWell is a philosophers LENS in my email to,
Letter to Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo


Your thoughts are most welcome.

Regards,
David Noel Lynch