Some Cosmology of Light Video Presentations
A number of representative Cosmology of Light presentations have been created over the last couple of years. Some of these provide a deeper technical summary of the mathematics of a Cosmology of Light, with relevant applications in quantum computation, genetics, and artificial intelligence. These presentations provide a viable alternative to get the gist of this mathematics without delving into the four books mentioned in Foundations for Future Technology Development.
Here I suggest videos to work up to the mathematics gradually, starting from some publically available presentations on Cosmology of Light in non-mathematical terms, and then working into the mathematics of quanta, quantum computing, genetics, artificial intelligence, Schrodinger's equation, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Euler’s Identity, culminating in the dynamics of an oscillating universe from the point of view of Cosmology of Light.
1. The Power of Light to Make Change Happen (TEDx)
Light is one of the greatest mysteries that surround us. Without it neither would we exist, nor would our current world be what it is, nor would our future be what it is imagined to be. Yet we barely give it a thought. If we were to develop a conscious relationship with it, the question is, what kinds of new technologies would arise as a result, and how would our lives be different? In this video, Pravir Malik describes important parts of his journey that led him to want to understand light much more deeply, why he chose to express the power of Light in mathematical terms in a 10-book Cosmology of Light series, and simply, and how each of us can experiment with the power of Light to begin to make change happen. Light, he suggests, is one of the most easily accessible and democratic instruments, being itself completely agnostic to power.
2. A Story of Light
A Story of Light explores a journey of light into more and more concrete layers of matter and life. The journey begins with the slowing down of light to c, which is posited to have resulted in a big bang from which the process of the creation of the layers of matter began. Light projects properties of itself in each surfacing layer of matter and erects pathways, as it were, by which all of existence is structured. An initial layer is that of the wavearchetype-electro-magnetic-masspotential spectrum. This is followed by quantum particles as light-property accumulations. These in turn create atoms, then molecules, and subsequently cells. Each of these layers has been architected by the innate four-foldness inherent in light and can be thought of as acts of a persistent quantum-level computation. Such quantum computation is in contrast to prevalent views on it. Some implications of such an alternative quantum computation are considered.
3. The New Look of Quanta
“The New Look of Quanta” is an interview where I address the following questions: What are the potential benefits of this new paradigm of quantum computing? What are the key principles of quantum theory that have direct implications for quantum computing? What are the main challenges in building a scalable software systems stack for quantum computing? There is much speculation regarding the cybersecurity threats of quantum computing. What is your take on this? What is the current status of research in quantum computing? What is the vision ahead for quantum computing? Are there any other soundbites that you would like to leave with our audience?
4. Fourfold Composite Quantum
Through the construction of a multi-layered, symmetrical, mathematical model quanta can be explored as an emergent phenomena resulting from the slow-down of the speed of light from a native state of infinite speed to c. As a result of this slow-down, properties implicit to light in its native state ‘accumulate’ as quanta as it were, in order to allow such implicitness to express itself in a state of material diversity. A mathematical process is proposed by which light at its native state symmetrically transforms to become light at c. In the process implicit properties diversify to sets of related properties, whose elements combine in various ways to practically become an infinite set of unique seeds. The article suggests that space, time, gravity, and energy are themselves emergent and dependent on light. In fact space is suggested as being the field in which unique seeds exist, time as the experience related to the maturity of the unique seeds, gravity as the inter-relation between the seeds, and energy as the process by which seeds materialize. Hence a composite fourfold quantum is suggested and applies the proposed space-time-gravity-energy quantum to a series of possible circumstances. The first four are more “normal” circumstance: at the atomic-particle level, at the unit-space level, at the level of a Big Planet, and in an Expanding Universe. The remaining circumstances are related more to the Theory of Relativity: as a particle approaches the speed of light, at a Black Hole level, and when a Cosmic Bounce occurs.
5. Light-Based Interpretation of Quanta and its Implications on Quantum Computing
The very basis of modern-day quantum computing that relies on an infinite number of superposed quantum states, on probability, on observable measurement that brings things into reality, is bought into question in the Light-centered Interpretation of quanta as discussed in this article. From the point of view of the Light-centered interpretation superposition, entanglement, and reality take on a different meaning, and the infinite processing power allegedly true of quantum states, likely does not exist in the manner in which it has been conceived. Yet quantum computation as currently conceived is expected to be a bedrock technology for the future. This video will examine the basis for this and will begin to contrast the claim of contemporary quantum computer technologists with the light-based quantum computation paradigm.
6. A Light-Based Quantum-Computational Model of Genetics
Light imagined to exist at different constant speeds far greater than the known speed of c — 186,000 miles per second — offers a unique view of quanta and quantum computation. Analyses of such light further provide a unique point of view into the origin and possibilities of genetics. Genetics can be seen as having a diverse light-based functional, as opposed to a solely form-based foundation. Genetics can also be perceived as being the output of a persistent quantum-level computation. Such modeling provides useful hypotheses into the structure of DNA, into processes of constructive and destructive mutation, and heredity. Further, the relationship and possible impacts of the quantum-based processes of entanglement and superposition on genetics, and future possibilities due to a practically infinite amount of information in antecedent layers of light can be constructed. Finally, such a view may suggest a non-invasive and constructive way in which to influence processes that underly genetics.
7. Limits of AI as Established by a Multi-Layered Symmetry-Based Model of Light
It has been said that the future of Life is about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and that as AI advances a point will be reached, the Singularity when humans will no longer have a clue as to what is going on nor why. On the contrary, here the caseis made that the future of Life is enabled by the pre-existent complexity that exists in every iota of it. This pre-existent complexity derives from a multi-layered, symmetry-based model of light from which fundamental layers of matter and life — including the electromagnetic field, quantum particles, atoms, and cells — can be proposed to emerge. As such matter and life are an integral part of a unified light-based edifice proposed to have infinite-potential resident in it. By contrast, contemporary AI is based on mind-based processes such as memory, computation, sensing, and learning that operate within a defined and limited conceptual space and are positioned to be substrate independent. This conceptual space and the operating principles that define it limit AI, which in its current incarnation cannot rival the kinds of creations and possibilities inherent in a multi-layered symmetry-based model of light. Unless the gap to such a unified light-based edifice is bridged, AI will always have limits within which its possibilities will be bound.
8. A Light-based Interpretation of Schrodinger’s Wave Equation and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle with Implications on Quantum Computation
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 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 a 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.
9. A Light-based Interpretation of Euler’s Identity with Implications on Quantum Computation
The unproven Copenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics has had a significant impact on the design and implementation of quantum computation. By viewing light as a multilayered, symmetrical construct though, it is possible to interpret quantum-level dynamics assumed as fundamental, differently. 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 ‘π’ 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.
10. The Role of a Light-Based Quantum Computational Model in the Creation of an Oscillating Universe
By viewing light as a symmetrical, multi-layered construct, it is possible to connect quantum computation, genetics, and expansion-contraction dynamics of the cosmos. This is so because light viewed in such a manner can be thought of as the basis for a universal complex adaptive system. In such a light-based system, quantization is the mechanism that progressively materializes subtle information imagined existing in antecedent layers of light. Arbitrated dynamics between layers of light set up a mechanism of feedback loops and constitute a process of persistent quantum-level computation, whose output is suggested to be genetic-type information. Such arbitrated dynamics are the result of an initiating urge at the material level, and when strong and cohesive enough, result in a state of quantum certainty. Quantum certainty precipitates fourfold space-time-energy-gravity quantization. While being the script in which all genetic-type change is written, it is also suggested that this script alters the expansion-contraction dynamics of the cosmos.