Musings from a Cosmology of Light #3: Quanta and the Big Bang
IN the previous musing we explored the basis of existence as a state where light travels infinitely fast. This state having infinite potential can project itself to simultaneously exist at slower constant speeds. In a Cosmology of Light, when light projects itself at the finite speed of ‘c’, 186,000 miles per second, this creates the big bang.
But the big bang happens because information in Light traveling faster than speed c seeks to materialize itself through the device of quanta. In other words, quanta are a bridge-mechanism to allow infinite possibility to express itself materially.
Quanta are a bridge-mechanism to allow infinite possibility to express itself materially
Such a rapid materialization of information precipitates a plethora of quantum particles, and this sudden appearance of materialized information is manifested as the big bang.