Nanobrain: The Making of an Artificial Brain from a Time Crystal

Published November 30, 2019 by anirbanbandyo

Making an artificial brain is not a part of artificial intelligence. It will be a revolutionary journey of mankind exploring a science where one cannot write an equation, a material will vibrate like geometric shape, and then those shapes will change to make decisions. Geometry of silence plays like a musical instrument to mimic a human brain; our thoughts, imagination, everything would be a 3D shape playing as music; composing music would be the brain’s singular job. For a century, the Turing machine ruled human civilization; it was believed that irrespective of complexity all events add up linearly. This book is a thesis to explore the science of decision-making where events are 3D-geometric shapes, events grow within and above, never side by side. ​

The book documents inventions and discoveries in neuroscience, computer science, materials science, mathematics and chemistry that explore the possibility of brain or universe as a time crystal. The philosophy of Turing, the philosophy of membrane-based neuroscience and the philosophy of linear, sequential thought process are challenged here by considering that a nested time crystal encompasses the entire conscious universe. Instead of an algorithm, the pattern of maximum free will is generated mathematically and that very pattern is encoded in materials such that its natural vibration integrates random events exactly similar to the way nature does it in every remote corner of our universe. Find how an artificial brain avoids any necessity for algorithm or programming using the pattern of free will.

Here is the table of content of the book.

Table of content:

Chapter 1: Philosophical transformation essential to reverse engineer consciousness

1.1 How do we differ from the existing worldview

1.2 Ten research fields that we cover here

1.3 The universe within and above not side by side

1.3.1Turing based worldview does not consider

1.4 Basic questions to answer: Ten popular human brain models

1.4.1 How does the information looks like in nature

1.4.2 Why two individuals understand each other or the universe?

1.5 Different kinds of tapes to recreate nature in different languages

1.6 Brain-inspired decision making the outline of key discoveries

1.7 Energy transmission in the brain, its not all about neuron skin

1.8 Terminologies of life that computers do not support

1.9 Linguistics and the wheel of space, time and imaginary worlds

1.10 Three concepts define artificial brain

1.10.1 A language of time crystals written by the symmetry of primes

1.10.2 A magnetic light creating a device that stores charge, builds a time crystal

1.10.3 A pattern of all possible choices to arrange primes

1.11. Conclusion: The religion of science has a triangle, Darwin, Turing and Hodgkin-Huxley:


Chapter 2: Replacing Turing tape with a Fractal tape: Fractal Information Theory (FIT) & Geometric Musical Language (GML)

2.1 Incompleteness of current information theory

2.1.1 Fractal tape and surgery of a 2D image to place it in a nested sphere

2.1.2 Self-assembly of geometric shapes and the concept of singularity

2.2 The basics of a Geometric Musical Language, GML

2.2.1 How a 3D structure becomes a time crystal or a tensor

2.2.2 15 geometric shapes are enough to recreate any 1D, 2D, 3D pattern

2.2.3 How to convert waveforms into a time crystal: Non-differentiability

2.3 The basic concept of a time crystal, the garden of garden

2.4 How to design a sensor for acquiring 11D data

2.4.1 Why Fourier transform does not work

2.4.2 The engineering of a nerve bundle in acquiring hidden data

2.4.3 Operational chart of a sensor

2.5 Comparative studies between Winfree, Wilczek and universal time crystal

2.6 The definition of a quaternion, octonion, and dedication

2.7 The basic concept of a higher dimension data: a lucid presentation

2.8 A comparison between GML and software algorithm

2.8.1 Historical Background on Hypercomputing and Super Turing hypothesis

2.9 Creation of a non-argument

2.10 Fractal information theory, FIT summary in a single chart

2.11 Geometric musical language, GML summary in a single chart

2.12 Conclusion: Russel’s paradox and higher-order logic in a geometric language


Chapter 3: Phase prime metric, PPM links all symmetries in our universe, governs nature’s intelligence

3.1 Ten classes of phase prime metric, PPM a pattern of primes

3.1.1 15 primes contribute to 99.99% of all integers in the universe

3.1.2 Ordered factor metric and its 3D version

3.1.3 How does a time crystal is decomposed & amplified using Phase Prime Metric

3.2 Metric 1: An integer is replaced by a typical geometric shape

3.3 Metric 2: Product of each primes forming integers led to a unique ordered factor metric

3.4 Metric 3. Integers limited to 360 phase builds clockwise and anticlockwise paths

3.5 Metric 4: A domain of integers sets a limit on the usable 15 primes

3.6 Metric 5: When ordered factor much greater than the integer itself

3.7 Metric 6: Empty space in the plot of the ordering of divisors in phase plot finds holes

3.8 Metric 7: Statistical dominance of primes in the integer space, silent and active primes

3.9 Metric 8: Normalized ripples on the metric plot shows, periodicity in events

3.10 Metric 9: Lattice group of primes (twin primes, cousin primes, co-primes, Gaussian primes)

3.11 Metric 10: Multilayer imaginary operation on the real integers build a new pattern

3.12 Ten prime operators to be applied step by step

3.13 Hidden physical significance of 15 primes when PPM evolves time crystal

3.14 How to use a phase prime metric, PPM

3.15 Solution of a big data problem on diabetes, PPM in an artificial brain

3.16 Three classes of primes

3.16.1 Ordered factor metric OF, prime composition metric PC and prime gap metric, PG

3.16.2 Advantages of PPM


Chapter 4: Fractal mechanics is not quantum but original: Geometric algebra for a dodecanion brain

4.1 Revisiting the basic concepts of quantum mechanics using clocks

4.1.1 Wave-particle duality, beating, interference, entanglement, harmonic oscillator.

4.1.2 Multiple imaginary worlds operating at a time need fractal mechanics

4.2 Fractal mechanics acts in the phase space connecting singularity points

4.2.1 Multilevel geometric architecture of the Hilbert space

4.2.2 Fractal harmonic oscillator, fractal condensation, peculiarities

4.2.3 Harvesting noise by harvesting singularity: Phase prime metric to replace statistical mechanics

4.2.4 What is energy in the world of many interacting imaginary worlds?

4.3 A comparison between classical, quantum and fractal mechanics: Scale symmetry and scale relativity

4.4 Action is not limited to planks constant, every imaginary world has one

4.5 A table of fundamental constants in nature

4.6 Quantum interference and fractal interference experiment on a single microtubule

4.7 Fractal absorption-emission of the optical band of a nanobrain

4.8 Basic mathematics using clocks

4.8.1 Writing numbers, equations, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division

4.8.2 Differentiation, integration and partial differential equations: : Lie Algebra

4.8.3 CFGA operator that runs 13 math operations by itself in a time crystal structure

4.9. The fundamentals of quaternion, octonion and dodecanion

4.9.1 The rule of the 11D manifolds

4.10 Twelve equations that regulate a fractal tape for prime based computing

4.10.1 Projection from infinity, future impacting the present.

4.11. Different kinds of spirals in nature

4.12. A marriage between fractal mechanics and the geometric algebra


Chapter 5: Big data in the garden of gardens, GOG of meander flower: universal time crystal

5.1 Gödel’s incompleteness and the fractal tape

5.1.1 A marriage between frequency fractal hardware and the time crystal

5.1.2 Phase prime metric allows two systems to sync without communication

5.2 The origin of fractal resolution and instant reply

5.2.1 Spontaneous reply, search without searching

5.2.2 Automated error correction by time crystal learning

5.2.3 Synchronization of time crystals and incomplete problems

5.2.4 Umbrella of perception: harvesting infinity, projection from infinity

5.3 Replacing Fourier transform by time crystal transform

5.3.1 The image processing and sound analysis using time crystal

5.4 Ten situations where the Turing machine fails, Fractal machines hold on

5.5 Hardware architecture of an artificial brain

5.6 Thermal breathing by microtubule and artificial brain

5.7 Lotus lotus in the primes, revisiting thermodynamics of geometry

5.8 How geometric similarity builds creativity in the computing of primes

5.9 The wheel of intelligence: Difference with humans

5.10 Why could prime based computing predict future without prior knowledge?

5.11 How prime based artificial brain shrinks big data?

5.12 The limitations of prime based computing


Chapter 6: Unprecedented technologies of nature led by harvesting the geometry of singularity

6.1 Phase prime metric, a pattern of primes embedded in the tubulin protein

6.1.1 -Helices form groups of rings to complete a loop

6.1.2 Hyperspace of symmetries follow a mathematical identity

6.1.3 Ordered factor of integers and the coding in proteins

6.1.4 Water channel in biomaterials and the remarkable engineering of water channels

6.2 Experiment on a single nano-device to find its time crystal

6.2.1. How do we experimentally confirm that an assembly of the clocks is a time crystal?

6.2.2 Triplet of triplet resonance band in microtubule

6.2.3. The biological relevance of the time crystal: Exponential speed up of time crystal transfer via synchrony: quantum entanglement is not the only route Tubulin’s nested resonance & synchrony

6.3 Single molecule’s thermal diffusion emerges into a natural clock

6.4 Brain’s fMRI images created on a molecular surface

6.5 Massively parallel computing by cellular automaton

6.6 One to many and many to one orbital computing in a nano wheel

6.7 Hidden communication in the filaments much before a nerve spike

6.7.1 Triplet of triplet resonance band in the axon of a neuron

6.7.2 Scale-free triplet of triplet band in tubulin, microtubule and neuron

6.8 The measurement of a complete time crystal map of a neuron



Chapter 7: A complete, integrated time crystal model of a human brain:

7.1 Brain is the engineering of prime numbers embedded in a triplet of triplet cage

7.1.1 Four, eight and twelve imaginary worlds work together

7.1.2 Singularity on a sphere: a key to a clock of a time crystal

7.2 Primes in the five sensory system

7.3 Primes in the cerebellum hippocampus and hypothalamus

7.4 Primes in the connectome spinal cord amygdala nucleus and cortical column

7.5 Primes in the neuron, glia, dendro-astrocytes, microtubule, proteins DNA

7.6 Twelve ways to memorizing and twelve carriers operating rhythms/clocks

7.7 Brain’s wheel of primes

7.7.1 Eight sensors hold cross-over magic of octonion

7.7.2 Eight mathematical operators run two orthogonal math engines

7.8 The basic device for decision making in the brain

7.8.1 H3 device brain uses everywhere

7.9 Fusion of cavity & dielectric resonator model of a human brain

7.10 Time crystal model of the human brain

7.11 Four metrics of primes run in parallel, the saga of hexagonal lattice

7.11.1 Composition of four eight and twelve dimension-tensors

7.11.2 Quaternion, octonion and dodecanion

7.12 Time crystal made meander flower to a garden of gardens

7.12.1 12 dodecanion and 8 octonions build 20 conscious human expressions


Chapter 8: Hinductor not Memristor: Synthesis of atoms and crystals made of magnetic light

8.1 It is resistance but not for electrons, but for vortex atoms

8.1.1 Quantum non-demolition: e-pi-phi quadratic sensors

8.1.2 Rapidly oscillating cell membrane holding a long wave

8.1.3 Paraxial systems

8.1.4 Anisotropy and avoided crossing

8.2 Three concentric spiral cylinders talking to each other

8.2.1 Periodically oscillating edge and screw dislocations

8.2.2 Topology regulating the polarization

8.3 Hamiltonian or energy of four clocks creating magnetic light

8.3.1 Birefringence and quantum, classical beating

8.3.2 Pancharatnam Berry phase

8.3.3 Pyroelectric ferroelectric and piezoelectric properties

8.4 Linear variation of magnetic flux and stored charge in H

8.4.1 Flow of thermal wave, friend or foe?

8.4.2 Wireless communication between two H devices

8.4.3 Tomasch oscillations and harvesting noise

8.5 Periodic oscillation of capacitance inductance hinductance with its geometry

8.5.1 The concept of phase space with 12 holes that blinks

8.5.2 Periodic oscillations with length, pitch, lattice area/diameter: theory, experiment

8.5.3 Knots of darkness on the H interface

8.6 Interactive three cylinders perturbing the knots

8.6.1 Generation of spin-like knots of dark lines

8.6.2 Synthesis of super-super coil made of dark lines

8.6.3 Morphogenesis of knots to vortex-like magnetic atoms

8.7 Magnetic knots driven self-assembly

8.8 Design application and operation of H, the novelty of H

8.9 Transition from the old era of electronics to magnonics


Chapter 9: Brain jelly to humanoid avatar: Fractal reaction kinetics, Fractal condensation, and programmable matter for primes

9.1. Neuromorphic devices are not alone: 17 bio-morphic devices to sing together

9.1.1. A description of peculiar designs of critical brain components using an organic gel

9.2. A hexagonal 2D sheet of cortical sheets: a carpenter’s job

9.2.1 It’s a collective response of quad patterns of primes

9.2.2 Three rhythms, electric, magnetic and mechanical bind them

9.3. Anomalous quantum cloaking: vanish and seeing the one we want to

9.3.1 Randomness is not random anymore

9.4. A living gel that listens and then grows from atomic to centimeters

9.5. Fractal condensation: condensing everywhere at a time

9.5.1 Pattern of primes need not be told

9.6. Fractal reaction kinetics: Many syntheses in one beaker at a time

9.7. Nanobrain, the smallest life form

9.7.1 Jelly of megamers following a resonance chain

9.7.2 EEG of a nanobrain

9.8. Tuning undefined holes to read magnetic light

9.8.1 Spiral nanowire writes time crystal, read it as a crystal of light

9.8.2 Writing prime numbers in a jelly

9.9. Entropy drives the synthesis of a pattern of primes

9.9.1 Hesse diagram for entropy builds material analog of integers

9.10. A cortical pen that freezes unknown dynamics into a time crystal

9.10.1 Capsules of brain jelly, one each for one big problem

9.11. A sensor that seeks, do not wait

9.11.1 Eleven dimensional signals in the human brain & brain jelly

9.11.2 Humanoid avatar: an ultimate sensor

9.12. Sensor triad, sensor jelly, muscle jelly, brain jelly

9.12.1 A total transformation from the biological neural net to a jelly of time crystals


Chapter 10: Uploading consciousness: The evolution of conscious machines of the future

10.1. A journey from cortical pen to a conscious egg as a companion of life

10.1.1 How we construct a sentence is how we think

10.2. Ten key guidelines to reverse engineer a human brain:

10.3. Ten paradoxes that would change our thoughts forever

10.4. Consciousness is not on the neuron skin: time crystal model is nowhere but everywhere

10.4.1 The difference between neurogenic brain model and time crystal model

10.5. When should we carry it, why do we make it

10.6. Wiring with time needs to fold a paper in 11D

10.7. The marriage of primes with geometry would reshape humanity

10.8. Machines of the future

10.8.1 The difference between circuits of wires and circuits of time

10.8.2 Future applications

10.9. Playing with cheap handy tools to break the paradigm of thoughts

10.10. Numerology of human consciousness

10.11. Wheels of an evolving brain

10.12. Synthesis of aliens before meeting them

10.13 A cycle of the garden to flower to a petal





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