That is hardly a physics theory. Nor is it what you see happens.<quoted text> Oh no none of what I said came from a book, it may have come from many books. But It was from what I know about QM and cosmology.
Basically QM predicts every possible not strictly forbidden to happen will eventually happen. But we also know that Murphy's law goes right along with this.
QM = it will happen + Murphys law = If it can mess up it will.
These two things make a ordered to chaotic back to ordered to chaotic repetitive cycle.
This is exactly what we see happens in the universe.
Chaos requires what we think of as motion. Either a "chaotic" distribution of static nodes or objects you pass through(moving), or they pass you in a "chaotic" fashion. You are a part of the larger system, so you can never "see" the "package" from an outside perspective, and the patterns of this "order' and "chaos".
That is a "religious" belief. Taoism shares some of that.
But you always have the issue of what started the original motion. That is where the theistic or creationist thinking comes from. It is the most "scientific" and logical.
The lights from the disco balls has math head physicists dizzy.