## Protein folding and crystallization applied to qubit interactions and fundamental physics yields a modified inflation model for cosmology

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- Protein folding achieves a clear solution structure in a huge parameter space (the so-called protein folding problem). Proteins fold in water, and get by this a highly ordered structure. Finally, inside a protein crystal for structure resolution, you have everywhere the same symmetries as there is everywhere the same unit cell. We apply this to qubit interactions to do fundamental physics: in a modified cosmology, we replace the big bang by a condensation event in an eternal all-encompassing ocean of free qubits. Interactions of qubits in theProtein folding achieves a clear solution structure in a huge parameter space (the so-called protein folding problem). Proteins fold in water, and get by this a highly ordered structure. Finally, inside a protein crystal for structure resolution, you have everywhere the same symmetries as there is everywhere the same unit cell. We apply this to qubit interactions to do fundamental physics: in a modified cosmology, we replace the big bang by a condensation event in an eternal all-encompassing ocean of free qubits. Interactions of qubits in the qubit ocean are quite rare but provide a nucleus or seed for a new universe (domain) as the qubits become decoherent and freeze-out into defined bit ensembles. Second, we replace inflation by a crystallization event triggered by the nucleus of interacting qubits to which rapidly more and more qubits attach (like in everyday crystal growth). The crystal unit cell guarantees same symmetries everywhere inside the crystal. The textbook inflation scenario to explain the same laws of nature in our domain is replaced by the unit cell of the crystal formed. Interacting qubits solidify, quantum entropy decreases (but increases in the ocean around). In a modified inflation scenario, the interacting qubits form a rapidly growing domain where the n**m states become separated ensemble states, rising long-range forces stop ultimately further growth. Then standard cosmology with the hot fireball model takes over. Our theory agrees well with lack of inflation traces in cosmic background measurements. We explain by cosmological crystallization instead of inflation: early creation of large-scale structure of voids and filaments, supercluster formation, galaxy formation, and the dominance of matter: the unit cell of our crystal universe has a matter handedness avoiding anti-matter. We prove initiation of qubit interactions can only be 1,2,4 or 8-dimensional (agrees with E8 symmetry of our universe). Repulsive forces at ultrashort distances result from quantization, long-range forces limit crystal growth. Crystals come and go in the qubit ocean. This selects for the ability to lay seeds for new crystals, for self-organization and life-friendliness. The phase space of the crystal agrees with the standard model of the basic four forces for n quanta. It includes all possible ensemble combinations of their quantum states m, a total of n**m states. Neighbor states reach according to transition possibilities (S-matrix) with emergent time from entropic ensemble gradients. However, in our four dimensions there is only one bit overlap to neighbor states left (almost solid, only below Planck quantum there is liquidity left). The E8 symmetry of heterotic string theory has six curled-up, small dimensions which help to keep the qubit crystal together and will never expand. Mathematics focusses on the Hurwitz proof applied to qubit interaction, a toy model of qubit interaction and repulsive forces of qubits. Vacuum energy gets appropriate low inside the crystal. We give first energy estimates for free qubits vs bound qubits, misplacements in the qubit crystal and entropy increase during qubit decoherence / crystal formation. Scalar fields for color interaction/confinement and gravity are derived from the qubit-interaction field.…

Author: | Thomas DandekarORCiD |
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URN: | urn:nbn:de:bvb:20-opus-346156 |

Document Type: | Preprint |

Faculties: | Fakultät für Biologie / Theodor-Boveri-Institut für Biowissenschaften |

Language: | English |

Year of Completion: | 2023 |

Pagenumber: | 42 |

DOI: | https://doi.org/10.25972/OPUS-34615 |

Dewey Decimal Classification: | 5 Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik / 50 Naturwissenschaften / 500 Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik |

Tag: | crystallization; decoherence; modified inflation; protein folding; qubit interaction |

MSC-Classification: | 00-XX GENERAL |

PACS-Classification: | 80.00.00 INTERDISCIPLINARY PHYSICS AND RELATED AREAS OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY |

Release Date: | 2023/12/13 |

Licence (German): | CC BY-NC-ND: Creative-Commons-Lizenz: Namensnennung, Nicht kommerziell, Keine Bearbeitungen 4.0 International |