# Reinterpretation of Schrodinger’s Wave Equation, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, and Euler’s Identity based on a Cosmology of Light

In this post, I will share alternative interpretations of some fundamental equations instrumental to the fields of quantum physics and quantum computation.

These interpretations have been summarized in recent IEEE presentations based on accepted IEEE papers focused on Schrodinger’s Wave Equation, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, and Euler’s Identity respectively, from the point of view of a Cosmology of Light.

In April 2021, I received a Best Paper award at IEEE’s IEMTRONICS for A Light-based Interpretation of Schrodinger’s Wave Equation and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle with Implications on Quantum Computation.

While quantum computation as currently conceived is based on the largely unproven Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, by viewing light as a multi-layered, symmetrical construct though, it is possible to interpret quantum-level dynamics assumed as fundamental, differently.

Hence, looking at Schrodinger’s Wave Equation and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle from the point of view of light, it becomes possible to understand quantum-level dynamics as an outcome of a multi-layered, symmetry-based model of light. Such a different view of quantum-level dynamics suggests a different way to conceive of quantum computation.

As such, Schrodinger’s Wave Equation can be viewed as an arbitration to take information from behind the quantum-veil that may exist in antecedent layers of light, and through such arbitration or rate of change of the wave-function, compute it into material existence. Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle suggests that meta-level function seeking to precipitate or to be arbitrated into material existence may take different form while still fulfilling the intent of the meta-level function.

Quantum computation, therefore, can be conceived as a creative as opposed to a solely constructive process. The object of quantum computation in such an interpretation of quantum phenomena is nothing other than to continue to create something new, or to continue to enhance materialization of meta-level function, rather than to simply construct based on regurgitating programming-based instruction.

The pre-recorded presentation (backup for the actual live presentation) can be viewed here:

In October 2021 I received a Best Presenter award at IEEE’s IEMCON for “A Light-based Interpretation of Euler’s Identity with Implications on Quantum Computation”.

This paper reinforces an alternative view to quantum computation also based on a Cosmology of Light. Hence, looking at Euler’s Identity which comprises of numbers between the range ‘0’ to ‘4’, from the point of view of light, it becomes possible to understand quantum-level dynamics as an outcome of a multi-layered, symmetry-based model of light.

Such a different view of quantum-level dynamics tied to a light-based interpretation of the imaginary unit, ‘i’, and the significant and ubiquitous constants ‘pi’ and ‘e’, suggests a different way to conceive of quantum computation. As such, Euler’s Identity can be viewed as a process of materialization at the quantum-level, having profound implications for the field of quantum computing.

The pre-recorded backup presentation can be viewed here: