# The Trail of Cosmology of Light Academic Writings

Earlier this year I completed the tenth book in my articulation of the mathematics of a Cosmology of Light. Because I was using math as an artistic expression to capture my perception of Light, and because I felt impelled to express the entirety of this work in a timely manner, the ten books are self-published.

But I have simultaneously pursued a parallel trail going back twenty years, in which I went through the process of presenting key ideas related to the Cosmology of Light to the academic community.

This blog will summarize peer-reviewed journal and conference articles, and peer-reviewed books, while also highlighting a few milestones along the way.

The early articles were published in Sage’s Journal of Human Values (JHV) and laid out ideas I had about Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS)and fractals. Both CAS and fractals are a key part of the Cosmology of Light (COL) framework and these papers suggest in non-mathematical form some of the math that would be worked out later.

Business Transformation through the Creation of a Complex Adaptive System (2003 JHV), proposes an approach to business transformation based on the emulation of systems in nature that have survived through masterful adaptation. Such systems, complex adaptive systems, are those which are able to adapt to a broad range of situations. This paper proposes an approach to understanding the steps that lead to the existence of a masterful complex adaptive system, through observation of different sets of dynamics that seem to characterize different types of organizations.

An Introduction to Fractal Dynamics (2004 JHV) suggests a unique, systems-based approach of looking at and thinking about organizations. In this view, the organization is viewed as part of a pervasive organizational fractal. Many astounding properties such as fractal completion, fractal influence and fractal universality emerge in fractal space. These offer new insight into the fundamental dynamics animating all organizations.

Based largely on the strength of these two articles, which at the time proved to be quite popular, I was able to secure a 3-book contract with the global academic publisher, SAGE, to elaborate a theory of fractals as applied to complex human-based organizations.

The first book, Connecting Inner Power with Global Change: The Fractal Ladder (2009 SAGE), suggests that the power to change things lies within us. The theory of organization introduced in this book indicates a fractal reality in which an idea, a person, a team, a corporation, a market, a system, and progressively more complex constructs are concretely connected by virtue of common and linked patterns that animates each of these separate levels. Hence the power to positively change progressively more complex and removed arenas of life by making corresponding changes in one’s personal space becomes more real.

The second book, Redesigning the Stock Market: A Fractal Approach (2011, SAGE), aims to alter the core of the global business machinery by integrating more long-sighted heuristics into trading mechanisms. These trading mechanisms encompass both the macro-environment related to the stock market and the micro-act of stock trading. The book covers a fractal basis for analysis of the macro-financial environment and the stock market, and suggestions for redesigning the stock market to minimize future financial crises and ensure business and societal sustainability, amongst other things.

In 2013, I was invited by the journal, Integral Review, to write an article, An Integral Perspective on Current Economic Challenges: Making Sense of Market Crises, to summarize some ideas from Redesigning the Stock Market. In this summary, I emphasized that market crises are interpreted in much the same way. Hence action is also always of a similar type, regardless of the market crisis that may have occurred. It is a similar set of tools that are applied to all crises, and usually, this has to do with managing the money supply, interest rates, and slapping on austerity measures. But this is a myopic view. Crises are never the same. Presented here is a holistic model that draws inspiration from the journey a seed makes in becoming a flower in more fully understanding the nature of the crisis we may be facing. Action will be different depending on what phase in the journey the economy is assessed at being. This paper looked at market crises spanning four decades, from the Bear Market of the early 1970s to recent European Union Sovereign Debt Crises.

In 2015 the third book in the SAGE series The Fractal Organization: Creating Entreprises of Tomorrow, was published. A year later I won the Best Book Award from International Association for Management of Technology (IAMOT). This book leverages the proposed meta-theory for progressive organizational design and dynamic real-world reflections to create fractal-based sustainable enterprises of tomorrow.

In this meta-theory all instances of organization, from the smallest, such as an idea or a person, to the largest, such as global markets and planet earth herself, are fractals: the essence of their way of being is repeated on scales both smaller and larger than themselves. There is, however, a particular class of fractals, that of progress, which spawns organizations that are truly progressive and sustainable in nature. In the scheme of things this class of fractals is of critical importance, and to master its replication and to fully understand the impact it will have in creating sustainable and dynamic organizations is a practical necessity. Divided into three parts, Part I–Theory, presents the theory behind the Fractal Organization. Part II–Exercises, translates key elements of the fractal-based world-view into practical activities and exercises at the personal and workplace levels. Part III–Reflections, applies the basic logic of the physical-vital-mental fractal to many practical problems and situations we are faced with daily to suggest ways to address them.

In 2014 I had also begun a collaboration with Professor Dr. Leon Pretorius (who led me to completion of a successful Ph.D. degree) and Dr. Dietmar Winzker of the University of Pretoria to begin to articulate some of the math underlying my conception of fractal dynamics and CAS. Our first joint paper, A Mathematical Basis of Innovation, was published in the conference proceedings of IAMOT 2015. This paper presented a mathematical model for thinking about innovation at various organizational levels. Note that I built on this and the subsequent mathematics of my Ph.D. journey in coming up with the mathematical framework for a Cosmology of Light.

In 2017 our paper Qualified-determinism in emergent-technology Complex Adaptive Systems was published in the IEEE TEMSCON conference proceedings and emphasized the importance of developing a mathematics of innovation by viewing CAS from the top-down. When viewed from the bottom-up CAS is often characterized by distributed control, connectivity, co-evolution, emergence, and unpredictability. When viewed from the top-down characteristics such as an implicit order, qualified determinism, and directional integrity emerge.

In 2017 I successfully completed my Ph.D. from the University of Pretoria. The thesis was titled Development and Evaluation of a Framework for an Engine of Innovation in Complex Adaptive Systems. Along the way, I also received an Award for Best Presentation at a Doctoral Research Colloquium, for a particular application of the mathematical model in understanding innovation at the cellular level.

My thesis itself focused on the math of innovation for the emerging, multi-disciplinary field of Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) as an alternative to linear, reductionist thinking. CAS is based on the observations that real-world systems, regardless of scale, are emergent, complex, adaptive, and evolutionary. In this research, the scale of CAS examined ranges from distances of Planck’s constant to Gigaparsecs. Traditionally CAS has heavily leveraged the interpretations of several recent Nobel Laureates and assumes too that the world is random, indeterministic, and chaotic. But randomness, chaos, and indeterminism can hardly create the progressive, increasingly harmonious world that we are a part of. At the heart of this issue lies confusion around what innovation in CAS really is. The essential approach to arriving at a mathematical basis of innovation for CAS in this thesis has been to view systems from the outside-in as opposed to from the inside-out and the bottom-up. In this approach, innovation is conceptualized as existing in every single space-time point-instant in a system. There is a process of precipitation by which this innovation may express itself through a series of quaternary-based architectural forces that are the prime sources of innovation. These series, or arrays of forces may further precipitate by informing organizational signatures. Organizations can be thought of as formations with a unique signature at their center and can vary in complexity and scale. The unique signature for each organization is usually hidden though by common surface dynamics, and “to innovate” is to work through and change the habitual and common patterns in order to allow the deeper founts of innovation to become active at the surface level. When this happens, it is then that innovation occurs. Once that is more clearly seen then the erected probabilistic and uncertainty functions assumed to be true of the fundamental layers of nature, will be relegated to their place as interim devices in model building. The nature of innovation can be progressively elaborated through inductive reasoning to arrive at a mathematical framework for innovation in CAS. Rather than assume a chaotic, random, indeterministic world as a starting point, this framework can be built assuming a purposeful, ordered world characterized by qualified determinism. Equations to provide insight into the inherent innovation bias of our system, the nature of each point in the system, the broad architectural forces behind the development of organizations, the inherent uniqueness of each organization, the way to think about varying cultures or organizations, and the inherent dynamism of our system, form the edifice of this framework. The resulting model can then be used deductively to reinforce observations, and predictively to suggest directions and/or steps to emerging trends. This research hence, through deriving mathematical equations, and by further applying these to various domains ranging from the quantum, to the atomic, to the cellular, to the astrophysical, has been able to provide mathematical contributions to the theory of CAS and to various CAS application areas. With respect to the theory of CAS, mathematical contributions have been made to understanding the underlying directional bias of CAS activity, understanding the nature of each point in any CAS, and creating mathematical sets for architectural forces that are posited to be behind the development of any CAS. Further, mathematical contributions have been made to understanding the inherent dynamics in any CAS, the dynamics of stagnation and growth in CAS, and the balance of randomness and determinism of any CAS. Mathematical contributions also extend to framing complexity in CAS, understanding what can drive sustainability of CAS, and arriving at a general set of mathematical operators true of any CAS. In terms of application areas in the organizational space, mathematical contributions have been made to understanding uniqueness of organizations, the emergence of uniqueness in organizations, and what constitutes varying culture of organizations. Further, existing work done by Nobel Laureate Ilya Prigogine and Alan Turing have been leveraged to further frame organizational transitions, and to frame and model shifts in innovations, respectively. Further mathematical contributions have been made in a range of CAS areas at different scale and level of complexity. Hence, a series of equations have been derived for the electromagnetic spectrum. Quantum, atomic, and cellular wave equations have been derived building off Schrodinger’s existing Wave Equation. Further qualifications have been derived for Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle and an equation has been derived for the integration of different layers of CAS also using Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle. Equations for space and time alteration as per Einstein’s Theory of Relativity have also been derived. Additionally, equations for the architectures of quantum particles, periodic table elements, and molecular plans at the cellular level have also been derived. Finally, equations for dark matter and dark energy, non-probabilistic quantum states in quantum computing, and the emergence of CAS in the universe have been derived. In all over 225 equations in 25 different areas have been derived in this dissertation. In fact, as suggested by the CAS equation derived for a unified field, everything, from unseen energy fields, to quantum particles, to atoms, to molecules, to cells, and therefore to all animate and even inanimate and even unseen objects, and therefore even any CAS system regardless of scale would have a high-degree of quaternary intelligence embedded in it and exist simultaneously. Quoting Schrodinger: “What we observe as material bodies and forces are nothing but shapes and variations in the structure of space. Particles are just schaumkommen (appearances). The world is given to me only once, not one existing and one perceived. Subject and object are only one. The barrier between them cannot be said to have broken down as a result of recent experience in the physical sciences, for this barrier does not exist.” This implicit quaternary-based intelligence likely sheds new light on properties such as distributed control, uncertainty, paradox, co-evolution, emergence, amongst others, seen as fundamental to CAS. Thinking about CAS as purposeful, and animated by a mathematically-framed engine of innovation, allows existence to potentially be considered as a unified field. Further, it allows insight and additional solutions to a host of complex problems regardless of scale — at the quantum, cellular, human, organizational, sociotechnical, market, economical, political, and social levels — to be conceptualized, designed, elaborated, and managed differently.

In 2018 an article, A Case Study Validation of the Application of a Generalized Equation of Innovation in Complex Adaptive Systems, was published in the South African Journal of Industrial Engineering (SAJIE). This article leverages a mathematical model of innovation for complex adaptive systems (CAS) to explore, *ex post facto, *organizational innovation investigations conducted at Stanford University Medical Center.

In 2018 the paper, Symmetries of Light and Emergence of Matter, was published in the Indian Journal of Science and Technology. This paper suggests a mathematical model for the strong connection between light and matter. Proposed properties of light are shown to birth matter at any level of complexity. A conceptual analytical model is constructed to elaborate the structure of light and its link with the matter. Consistent with the genre of modern-day theoretical models in the realm of physics this model is exploratory at this stage and proceeds by first creating a symmetrical multi-layered model of light. The implicit quaternary symmetry is modeled by mathematical equations and shown to have a direct relationship on the emergence of matter at the varying scale of complexity. This article suggests a unification of light and matter. The unifying principle is an essential set of characteristics that is posited to be true of the nature of light that is also found to exist in the perceived reality of matter as it emerges from the field level, through the quantum, atom, and cell levels — hence at subsequent levels of complexity. The mathematical transformations that spawn layers of light are erected so as to allow infinite diversity to emerge from essential unity. Hence the diversity of matter and matter-based organizations is suggested to be an outcome of simple mathematical transformations that emanate from the four fundamental properties of light.

In 2018, The Fourfold Composite Quantum, the Emergence of Space, Time, Energy, and Gravity, and Some Implications was also published at Research & Review: Journal of Pure and Applied Physics. Through the construction of a multi-layered, symmetrical, mathematical model this article explores quanta as 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. The article proposes a mathematical process 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. The article suggests a composite fourfold quantum and applies the proposed space-time-gravity-energy quantum to a series of possible circumstances. The first four are more “normal” circumstances: 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.

In 2018 we also published Derivation of Quaternary-Based Mathematical Operators to Manage Innovation in Complex Adaptive Systems in the IEEE TEMSCON conference proceedings. This paper derives a series of mathematical operators representative of the quaternary basis of any CAS that can be used in the management of innovation of such CAS and suggest an application employing a series of operators to innovate in a representative rapidly evolving technological environment.

In 2019 the paper, An Algorithm for the Emergence of Life Based on a Multi-Layered Symmetry-Based Model of Light was published in IEEE CCWC. From consideration of a functional view of light, it is possible to create a multi-layered symmetry-based model of light. This multi-layered symmetry-based view of light can be codified as an algorithm for the emergence of life. This algorithm for the emergence of life can be seen to organize the emergence of matter at increasing levels of complexity, starting from the field level as manifest in the quaternary architecture of the electromagnetic spectrum, through the quantum level as manifest in the quaternary architecture of quantum particles, through the atomic level as manifest in the quaternary structure of the Periodic Table, through the level of cells as manifest in the quaternary structure of cell-based molecular plans, thus also suggesting a radically different notion of emergence from that commonly held to be true of Complex Adaptive Systems.

In 2019 we also published A Meta-Functional, Quaternary Based, Mathematical Structuring of the Periodic Table and its Elements, and its Implications for Management of Innovation in Pharmaceuticals Technology in the IEEE TEMSCON conference proceedings. Through a philosophical examination of the s, p, d, and f probability clouds this paper suggests a meta-functional, quaternary-based, mathematical structuring of the Periodic Table and its elements. Subsequently, different groupings of the Periodic Table and each element can be given a function-based mathematical equation. This paper explores a preliminary model for the derivation of such equations and suggests the utility of such an approach in further understanding the reality of atoms and consequently of molecules as repositories of function. Such a classification will have profound implications for the formulation of pharmaceuticals and add an additional platform to the management of innovation in pharmaceuticals technology.

In 2020 the paper Light-Based Interpretation of Quanta and its Implications on Quantum Computing was published in the IEEE CCWC conference proceedings. The very basis of modern-day quantum computing that relies on 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 article 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 as introduced in this paper.

In 2020 the paper Simulation of a Generalized Equation of Innovation in Complex Adaptive Systems was also published in the IEEE TEMSCON conference proceedings. Complex Adaptive Systems are known to be amongst the most resilient systems due to their ability to self-organize when faced with challenge. Such self-organization is marked by innovation and this paper simulates a mathematical model of innovation positioned to be at the heart of any complex adaptive system, regardless of scale. Innovation in general involves moving from a basis of negative to positive sources of real-time action and reaction. Sources of innovation are modeled as four distinct sets that research indicates have categorized sustainable organization at the quantum-particle level to the level of civilizations. Further, these four sources of innovation are modeled to themselves exist at four levels of possibility based on the breaking of prevailing patterns. The model of innovation simulated in this paper hence is based on a four-by-four framework of innovation and can bring about a multiple of innovation of up to 18,000x, over 10 years as compared with default system innovation of up to 15x over 10 years when prevailing patterns are allowed to persist.

In 2020 the paper A Light-Based Quantum Computational Model of Genetics was published in the IEEE IEMTRONICS conference proceedings. I received the Best Presenter award for this paper and presentation.

The paper is based on the idea of 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 provides 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 a 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 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.

In 2020 the paper Limits of AI as Established by a Multi-Layered Symmetry-Based Model of Light was also published in the IEEE IEMCON conference proceedings. I received the Best Presenter Award for this presentation and paper. This paper challenged the notion of AI outstripping human advancement.

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, this article will make the case 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.

In 2020, the paper Fourfold Properties of Light and its Relevance to Quantum Computation was also presented and published in the IEEE IEMCON conference proceedings. The four quantum phenomena of superposition, entanglement, tunneling, and annealing are envisioned to give quantum computing the ability to solve complex problems in very low-resolution times as compared with classical computers. These four phenomena are closely related to the light-based properties of presence, knowledge, power, and harmony, central to a multi-layered light-based model of reality that also offers alternative foundation for thinking about quanta and quantum computation. In this model, it is not a random process from infinite superposed possibilities that exist at the quantum-level as supposed by the Copenhagen Interpretation, and as assumed as the foundation of the infinite processing capability of quantum objects by contemporary pioneers of quantum computing. Rather, the infinite processing capability is due to a more ordered display of superposition, entanglement, tunneling and annealing: superposition, as an ordered concord of light’s property of presence stacked in logical arrangement by layer of light; entanglement, as a display of light’s property of knowledge that occurs at a speed faster than the known speed of light; tunneling, as a display of light’s property of power that allows toggling between different “realities” in layers of light; and annealing, expressing light’s property of harmony, to find an ideal minimum state among a number of realities. These four quantum phenomena derivative from an implicit and natural unity within light, engineered to maintain that unity externally, will confer quantum computation with the possibility of extraordinary processing power.

In 2020 I was invited to contribute a chapter — Light’s Properties and Power in Facilitating Organizational Change — to a book on Human Systems Engineering by Wiley. I chose to elaborate on the theory behind some practical Light Maxims of change central to the Cosmology of Light workshops I had begun offering. This chapter hence laid out the approach to begin to integrate an advanced light technology to shift a portfolio of organizational situations.

In 2021, the paper, The Emergence of Quaternary-Based Computational-Strata from a Symmetrical Multi-Layered Model of Light, was published by *International Journal of Simulation Systems, Science & Technology*. This paper suggests that a symmetrical multi-layered model of light is the generator of increasingly complex computational strata. The light-based symmetry being quaternary-based, is envisioned to generate similar quaternary-based strata such as the electromagnetic field, quantum particles, atoms, and cells. But such generation occurs through the device of quanta, which is seen to be a bridge mechanism between layers of light. Such strata, afforded stability because the implicit fourfoldness in light seeks integrality even when projected explicitly, allows subsequent phenomenon such as memory and the implementation of universal functionality to arise. Because memory and universal functionality can be implemented in any of the quaternary-based emergent strata through the creation of logical gates leveraging strata-specific mechanisms, such strata become computational-strata. A different object of computation, an innate creativity, becomes apparent when one considers the vast array of unique functionality that is emergent in any layer of computational-strata. Further, the generation of such computational-strata has profound implications on quantum computation, genetics, artificial intelligence, and transhumanism.

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

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.

In October 2021, I received the Best Presenter award for the paper “A Light-Based Interpretation of Euler’s Identity 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 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.

In January 2022, I received the Best Presenter Award for my paper “The Role of a Light-Based Quantum Computational Model in the Creation of an Oscillating Universe” presented at IEEE CCWC 2022.

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 which all genetic-type change is written in, it is also suggested that this script alters the expansion-contraction dynamics of the cosmos.

In June 2022, I received a Best Presenter award for my paper “Envisioning a Light-Based Quantum-Computational Nano-Cyborg”.

By viewing light as a symmetrical, multi-layered construct, it is possible to envision a new genre of nano-cyborgs. In general, cyborgs can be considered as a portmanteau of cybernetic and organic, and therefore as an entity consisting of both organic and mechatronic parts. However, in the multi-layered model of light subtle information existing in antecedent layers of light can be thought of as materializing through a process of quantization, that subsequently would require a nano-cyborg to interface with it, make sense of it, and act on it. Further quantum-level dynamics would necessitate nano-cyborgs of a tunneling type, annealing type, superposition type, and entanglement type, amongst others, that would have practical applications at nano-levels of different granularity. Such nano-cyborgs are envisioned to be built leveraging computational stratum at different levels of granularity ranging from the electromagnetic level, to the quantum particle level, to the level of atoms, to the level of molecular plans in cells. Immediate application areas of such light-based quantum-computational nano-cyborgs are envisioned to be in medical technology, material sciences, and alteration of genetic-type information, amongst others.

In October 2022, I presented “Enhancing Feynman’s Quantum Computational Positioning to Inject New Possibility into the Foundations of the Quantum Computing Industry” at IEEE IEMCON 2022, based on a paper by the same name.

Due to his charisma. exceptional insight and logical capabilities Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman has had a decisive role in how the quantum computing industry has evolved. He equated nature’s apparent probabilistic dynamics with the need for a different kind of probabilistic computer, beyond the classical digital computer, that could sufficiently imitate this and worked out the initial mathematics of such a computer. This has been the genesis of the hardware and software development of today’s entire quantum computing industry. Yet, by piercing Nature’s probabilistic veil based on a light-based quantum computational model, it becomes possible to enhance Feynman’s conceptualization and resulting mathematics to do with simulating time, space, and nature’s unpredictability itself to create a foundationally different quantum computer. This would result in reinterpreting foundational quantum equations such as Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, Schrodinger’s Wave Equation, and Euler’s Identity, to thereby conceptualize a fundamentally different type of quantum computation leading to an entirely different genre of emergent-type quantum computational devices. The very foundation of the entire quantum computing industry would be changed as a result.