The Emergence of Quaternary-Based Computational-Strata from a Symmetrical Multi-Layered Model of Light

Pravir Malik (Deep Order Technologies, USA)

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

Journal: International Journal of Simulation- Systems, Science and Technology- IJSSST V22

Published: Apr 4, 2021

DOI: 10.5013/IJSSST.a.22.01.04