Modeling An Oscillating Universe

My approach to modeling an oscillating universe involves connecting expansion-contraction dynamics of the cosmos to a light-based quantum computational model, via adaptation and genetics. The necessity of such a focus derives from the hypothesis that the cosmos is an instance of a complex adaptive system (CAS), and as such must have some mechanisms by which what emerges in the cosmos can, in turn, determine fundamentals such as its expansion-contraction dynamics.

The motivation for suggesting this model is derived from the current dilemma and contradictions that cosmologists face in hypothesizing the origin, life cycle, and the fate of the cosmos that ranges from theories to do with the Big Bang, to Inflation, to the Big Bounce, to the Mirror Universe, to the Conformal Cyclic Cosmology, amongst others.

While the model I propose has been dispersed amongst several of the Cosmology of Light books I had previously written, I recently attempted to summarize the mathematics in a brief 7-page IEEE paper, “The Role of a Light-Based Quantum Computational Model in the Creation of an Oscillating Universe”, accepted for presentation and publication at IEEE CCWC 2022, for which I also received an IEEE Best Presenter award:

In this post, I point out the summary argument.


This paper first introduces a light-based quantum computational model. This model is comprised of cascading layers of light that are connected through a process of quantization.

Such a multi-layered light-based model can also be the basis for a single, universal CAS, dynamic and adaptable, due also to a system of feedback loops. Through quantization, some of the infinite information proposed to exist in the conceptual space created when light travels infinitely fast is progressively materialized until known materialization occurs in the layer of reality where light travels at speed c. This materialization is accompanied by the creation of space-time-energy-gravity (STEG), which is also proposed to be the script in which all subsequent change is written.

It is such subsequent change that allows the increasing emergence of fourfoldness — the vast amount of information imagined existing in each of the four properties of light as it travels infinitely fast. Change though requires a state of quantum-certainty, which in effect opens an activation window into the antecedent layers of light and the different dynamics existing in those spaces. Such quantum-certainty may come into being, as illustrated in the case of the adapting insect, through a strong enough visceral urge. The state of quantum-certainty implies that a threshold meta-level has been invoked and that its dynamics are going to become active. As a result, a fourfold STEG-quantization occurs, which in turn will alter the STEG-fabric.

The initiating actor now has a chance to change material reality by access to the STEG-fabric. Due to this process, a new meta-function comes into being and it is proposed that the change in STEG dynamics contributes to the expansion dynamics of the cosmos. Conversely, if STEG-quantization does not occur, then the cosmos will contract, as suggested by the manifesting set.

This article, hence, connects quantum-computation in a light-based model considered to be the basis of a universal CAS, with adaptation and genetics which cause STEG-quantization and a change to the STEG-fabric, to the dynamics of expansion and contraction of the cosmos, since it is Space itself that is affected by STEG dynamics.

A corollary of this model is also the prediction that the expansion of the cosmos may continue unendingly so long as deep enough urge to make change happen exists in species.

The following is a backup of the IEEE CCWC 2022 presentation:

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Pravir Malik

Pravir Malik

A view of the world through light and fractals