Our world may be a giant hologram
New Scientist - January 15, 2009
"Our everyday experience might itself be a holographic projection of physical processes that take place on a distant, 2D surface. No one knows what it would mean for us if we really do live in a hologram, yet theorists have good reasons to believe that many aspects of the holographic principle are true." more.
Image: Sunlight passing through windows in morning mist. (High-rise behind parking structure)
The idea that we live in a hologram probably sounds absurd, but it is a natural extension of our best understanding of black holes, and something with a pretty firm theoretical footing. Today, GEO600 is being buffeted by the microscopic quantum convulsions of space-time.
-It has also been surprisingly helpful for physicists wrestling with theories of how the universe works at its most fundamental level... #
-Holofractal, as pertains to Quantum Physics...
Interesting reflections from the Science Community, etc..
-VIDEO: Synchronicity and the Holographic Universe: VIEW.
This 27 min- 36 second 1992 Video features Talbot's theory; as he explains manifestation of uncertainty principal; & overlapping realities.
-View lively little imagery...
-Stars forming just beyond black hole's grasp at galactic centre
"The centre of the Milky Way presents astronomers with a paradox: it holds young stars, but no one is sure how those stars"... Read.
From "Edwin Hubble's Law 1929"... "The further away the Galaxy is, the faster it was receding away from us"… (Everything is in center of infinity.)
-Hubble Constant: Ho=71 (km/s)/Mpc (Expansion rate of Universe)
-Video: Dr. Varoujan Gorjian, at NASA’s Spitzer Science Center: VIEW.
-VIDEO: Valéry Uvarov: Bizarre Human Holograms!
Elevated inquiry transforms philosophical perspective to proven Science; thus, without scientific solution; we are but a creative visionary of assumptions, politics, and agenda...
Differences between perceptive reality & Science, can be summed:
-Science is what you know; Philosophy is what you don't know."
NOTE: Michael Talbot's Novels: The Delicate Dependency - 1982 ; To the Ends of the Earth - 1986; The Bog - 1986; Night Things - 1988; And more.