Recipe for a Cosmos

For NPQG basics see: Idealized Neoclassical Model and the NPQG Glossary.

Physical Ingredients

  • One 3D void of Euclidean space.
  • Many electrino & positrino particle pairs.
  • Ample energy.


The 3D void will be the vessel for your cosmos. It must be large enough to contain the cosmos. An infinite void is preferable if available. The void is featureless other than being 3D and Euclidean. Do not get duped into one that curves, stretches, or has any fancy geometry.

The electrino and positrino particles must be equal and opposite in all characteristics: charge (1/6 magnitude), spin, etc. You’ll need quite a few. Perhaps 10^50 pairs per cubic meter of cosmos more or less.

Ensure your electrino / positrino pairs have a variety of energies, with an average of several degrees Kelvin.

Add the energetic pairs to the 3D vessel.

Eventually a recycling cosmos will emerge with characteristics similar to your existing cosmos.

Chef’s notes

This recipe is guaranteed to be a success since all the physics needed is natural to the ingredients. Furthermore, emergent behavior handles all the combining, mixing, baking, transformation, cooling, and recycling.

J Mark Morris

June 16, 2019 San Diego v1

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