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Are we living in a holographic universe ?


Posted on Tuesday, 17 December, 2013 | Comment icon 59 comments

Will we ever unravel the very nature of reality itself ? Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Scientists have uncovered new evidence to support the idea that the universe isn't quite what it seems.
The concept of a real-life holographic universe was first proposed by physicist Juan Maldacena in 1997 who suggested that gravity is comprised of thin vibrating strings that exist in nine dimensions and that the higher dimensional part of the universe, the part we experience, is 'coded' on to a lower dimensional plain similar to how a three-dimensional holographic image is coded on to a flat, two-dimensional surface.

Evidence for this idea was recently uncovered through a comparison of two studies, one examining black holes in the higher dimensional part of the universe and the other examining the energies of the corresponding lower dimensional universe.

Interestingly the results matched, indicating that there may be more to the idea of a holographic universe than previously believed. While far from conclusive, these studies nonetheless offer a tantalizing glimpse in the direction of a solution to not only the structure of the universe, but also to the nature of reality itself.

Source: Extreme Tech | Comments (59)

Tags: Holographic, Universe


 
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Comment icon #50 Posted by HippyGeek on 25 January, 2014, 2:02
I would contend that the best analogy to the Holographic Universe theory is the internet itself. Lets project into the future a bit and accept that within the next ten years the APIs for digitally storing information for smell, taste and touch are available to content developers and that artificial intelligence algorithms are advanced enough so that we can create a server that holds all of the data necessary to create an immersive environment where a player can actually "plug in" and experience a 3-d environment populated by "bots" that use a form of sexual intercourse to reproduce. Lets next ... [More]
Comment icon #51 Posted by Rlyeh on 25 January, 2014, 7:45
O would love to hear comments on my analogy. Your analogy has more in common with the simulation argument than the holographic universe. The holographic universe has more to do with the projection of information from a flat surface than an artificial computer creating it, it's quite possible the hologram is natural.http://ref-sciam.livejournal.com/1190.html
Comment icon #52 Posted by Artaxerxes on 30 January, 2014, 19:25
Socio you asked "to what purpose?" Perhaps as a school for the soul? It learns here the things it can't learn in heaven. The physics of holographic film is very different than the physics of the projection. In a holographic piece of film all the information is spread all over the film. It's not like regular photographic film. Each piece contains the whole and everything interpenetrates everything. We live in the "projection" and the place we call "heaven" (as described by near death experiencers) is the original holographic film. So in or on that film it would be impossible to learn what it me... [More]
Comment icon #53 Posted by quiXilver on 30 January, 2014, 20:36
The structure of an atom. The structure of a solar system. As above, so below. Works for me.
Comment icon #54 Posted by cerberusxp on 5 March, 2014, 13:43
Plus this little tidbit: When something goes into a black hole all the information of what ever it was is spread out over the surface of it. Seen this on (sheesh can't even remember what show) but Michiu Kaku was in it.
Comment icon #55 Posted by cerberusxp on 5 March, 2014, 13:49
Socio you asked "to what purpose?" Perhaps as a school for the soul? It learns here the things it can't learn in heaven. The physics of holographic film is very different than the physics of the projection. In a holographic piece of film all the information is spread all over the film. It's not like regular photographic film. Each piece contains the whole and everything interpenetrates everything. We live in the "projection" and the place we call "heaven" (as described by near death experiencers) is the original holographic film. So in or on that film it would be impossible to learn what it me... [More]
Comment icon #56 Posted by Pari on 7 December, 2014, 7:45
Yes, we are living in a Holographic Universe, though we also live in the physical world. This has been explained in my book. I am almost completing this book : "The Holographic Universe: An Introduction". I allow free downloads during the first seven days after publication. Those who subscribe to my Mailing List (at http://www.gbk-books...iling-list.html) will be informed when the book has been published, so that they can download the e-book version for free during the first 7 days after publication. The Table of Contents of the above book and a brief out-line of some of the things that are di... [More]
Comment icon #57 Posted by Pari on 19 January, 2015, 10:55
In my book I have explained how we are living in two world: Holographic Universe and the Real World. On 18th January, 2015, I have launched my e-book titled “Holographic Universe: An Introduction”. Free downloads are allowed for 7 days from today at Smashwords for 7 days from 18-1-2015. After the 7 days, the e-book will be sold in Smashwords, at the same price as in Amazon. The following is the link to my e-book at Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/511443 The following is the link to the e-book at Amazon: http://amzn.to/1y98UND
Comment icon #58 Posted by Nnicolette on 19 January, 2015, 13:15
Why does it have to be a 2d surface? Why can't it be projected from a 1d source. Isn't that the point of mentioning a singularity such as a black hole and its possible ability to preserve and store information in the same explanation?
Comment icon #59 Posted by Nnicolette on 19 January, 2015, 13:23
The structure of an atom. The structure of a solar system. As above, so below. Works for me. I have always thought the same thing. There's levels to this ****


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