As scientists continue to make new ground in Quantum Physics they are becoming more and more baffled. The closer they look at ‘matter’ the more ‘nothingness’ they are finding. When they try to observe quantum physics at play it behaves differently – as if it somehow know’s it is being watched.
Bizarre! Yes, but apparently true.
In January 2012 scientists at the GEO 600 gravitational wave detector in Germany made the following claim: They had scientific evidence suggesting that the entire universe is a holographic projection around the Earth.
Sounds crazy? But this is exactly what people thought when they were first told that the Earth was round 500 years ago. Impossible! Well actually not.
When you have eliminated all that is impossible, all that remains is the truth, no matter how improbable – Sherlock Holmes
The following documentary, narrated by Stephen Davis is the first in a 5 part workshop on this theory. He has compiled eight hours of information to try to help us get our heads around this concept. I have attempted to break them down into this post. This article aims to answer the questions that come to mind when you read the title – I mean, how can our Universe really be a hologram? Many questions went through my own mind as I worked my way through these workshops, and I will be answering them as best as I can. If there is anything that I have not covered please comment below. We can try to make this a truly definitive guide, based on the science that we know so far.
To start us off, let’s look at a quote from Dr. Amit Goswami about the holographic concept. Dr Goswami is The Professor Emeritus in theoretical physics at the University of Oregon.
“This is the only radical thinking that you need to do. But it is so radical, it is so difficult, because our tendency is that the world is already ‘out there,’ independent of my experience. It is not. Quantum Physics has been so clear about it.”
I admit, in 8 hours of workshops I was very sceptical at what I was hearing. So let’s start with what we actually know to be true.
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