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    None less then the NewScientist:

    Our world may be a giant hologram - space - 15 January 2009 - New Scientist

    According to Craig Hogan, a physicist at the Fermilab particle physics lab in Batavia, Illinois, GEO600 has stumbled upon the fundamental limit of space-time - the point where space-time stops behaving like the smooth continuum Einstein described and instead dissolves into "grains", just as a newspaper photograph dissolves into dots as you zoom in. "It looks like GEO600 is being buffeted by the microscopic quantum convulsions of space-time," says Hogan.

    If this doesn't blow your socks off, then Hogan, who has just been appointed director of Fermilab's Center for Particle Astrophysics, has an even bigger shock in store: "If the GEO600 result is what I suspect it is, then we are all living in a giant cosmic hologram."

    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. It has also been surprisingly helpful for physicists wrestling with theories of how the universe works at its most fundamental level.
    According to Hogan, the holographic principle radically changes our picture of space-time. Theoretical physicists have long believed that quantum effects will cause space-time to convulse wildly on the tiniest scales. At this magnification, the fabric of space-time becomes grainy and is ultimately made of tiny units rather like pixels, but a hundred billion billion times smaller than a proton. This distance is known as the Planck length, a mere 10-35 metres. The Planck length is far beyond the reach of any conceivable experiment, so nobody dared dream that the graininess of space-time might be discernable.

    That is, not until Hogan realised that the holographic principle changes everything. If space-time is a grainy hologram, then you can think of the universe as a sphere whose outer surface is papered in Planck length-sized squares, each containing one bit of information. The holographic principle says that the amount of information papering the outside must match the number of bits contained inside the volume of the universe.

    Since the volume of the spherical universe is much bigger than its outer surface, how could this be true? Hogan realised that in order to have the same number of bits inside the universe as on the boundary, the world inside must be made up of grains bigger than the Planck length. "Or, to put it another way, a holographic universe is blurry," says Hogan.

    "At this magnification, the fabric of space-time becomes grainy and is ultimately made of tiny units rather like pixels, but a hundred billion billion times smaller than a proton. This distance is known as the Planck length, a mere 10-35 metres."

    "units" billions of times smaller than a proton.

    Tiny, tiny particles, as the ones making up a gas, or a fluid, like ..... ether, maybe??

    Next stop:

    Last edited by lamare; 02-12-2010, 12:52 PM. Reason: added quote; added comment

  • #2
    Take a look at the book "The holographic universe" by Micheal Talbot. It's the most amazing book I've ever read and I'm sooo thankful that I found it...


    • #3
      Nassim Haramein said that it should be smaller than planck length. I just realize how similar this is to description of matter made of bubble in "occult chemistry":


      • #4
        Thanks for the post!

        To verify, this claim, you can use your Imagination. Imagining the tiniest possible particle, will enhance your vision, and will affect your health in a real positive way, and, of course help waking up, to that fact that the real world is not so different from the dream world. This is what oneness is all about.

        The universe all converges and diverges from a single point of nothingness, which modern Physicists now understand it to a degree and call it a Singularity. But in my opinion the singularity is consciousness, not the black hole, which is only a holographic reflection of consciousness. And of course I wonder maybe consciousness emerges from the black hole, who knows?

        And another thing, have you ever wondered that "every rotating body only rotates around a single point of nothingness?" and the whole universe rotates? and rotation maybe is what defines motion and time, and maybe gravity and magnetism?

        Just thinking out loud ...

        Humility, an important property for a COP>1 system.


        • #5
          For me this support occult chemistry atomic model

          Due to the existence of velocity fields in the whole universe as large cosmic-vortices with independent centers, cosmic energy resides at each point of the universal space except at the centers of the fundamental particles of matter. This new concept is diametrically opposed to the modern understanding on the seat of energy in the medium of space and in the structure of matter. In the absence of matter and its associated gravity and electromagnetic fields, space is considered energy-less according to contemporary physics; whereas the reality is, that the dynamic space is the fist source, and the cause of creation, stability, and the subsequent existence of cosmic matter and fields.

          The concept of classical electrodynamics that an accelerating or oscillating electron gives-off energy is based on an implicit understanding that the electron structure is packed with energy all the way up to its center. Such a conclusion is obviously justified under the modern conception of emptiness of space and solidity (energy content) of matter. However, the existence of the central void in the vortex structure of electron, now proposed through SVT, reverses the entire system. Firstly, it does not provide for any detachment (emission) of light energy from the electron; and secondly, it gives stability preventing dissipation of vortex motion. Thus there is no exchange of energy between an oscillating electron and the light produced by it.

          Schrodinger’s wave mechanics, starting with Louis de Broglie’s suggestion on wave/particle duality, was so presented that in the hydrogen atom ‘the electron is not to be considered as encircling the nucleus in a circular orbit, but instead it is spread out in a way that is totally unpicturable classically’.

          With the discovery of the positron (1932) a new phenomenon of the annihilation of electrons and positrons was observed. During this process, the spherical interfaces of the particles, under strong electrical attraction, are brought together and at a very close range, the particles superimpose on each other; thus stopping the oppositely directed space-circulations around their interfaces which leads to a collapse of their central voids. In this process mass vanishes and light is produced. It is evident that the void interiors within the interfaces of the electron and
          positron, being energy-less, cannot emit any kind of energy (such as photons). The energy (velocity and acceleration fields) in the vortex structure of these particles pervades the whole of universal space both before annihilation; and following annihilation. Following the annihilation, the process in which the electromagnetic and gravitational potentials are reduced to zero, a single shell of light, seen as a pulse, initiates from the superimposed interfaces, (Fig. 4.6).

          The limitation on the creation of only one size of stable-void in the space vortex that produces stable fundamental mass and charge as basic units, very much simplifies the theory of atomic structure with the electron as the fundamental particle of the atomic nucleus. It follows that all stable particles will possess mass in exact multiples of the electron mass – there being no difference between a restmass and a relativistic-mass. Further, no stable particle, with mass less than electron mass, can ever be found naturally or created through artificial means in laboratory. Unstable particles with masses different from the electron mass are concluded to be some intermediate stage in the formation of stable particles like neutrons. Stable particles are enclosed in space-vortices that show the property of charge such as protons and alpha particles.


          • #6
            Hi folks, i see your picture is worth a thousand words, catlady.
            peace love light


            • #7
              more like the matrix

              that is what I think and have experienced. morphues said something to neo in the construct the effect of some rules can be bent some can be broken altogether.

              Tom C


              • #8
                Originally posted by stonewater View Post
                that is what I think and have experienced. morphues said something to neo in the construct the effect of some rules can be bent some can be broken altogether.

                Tom C
                According to some people here, the rule (classical) is broken already .


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                  • #10
                    The Consciousness of the Universe

                    The Consciousness of the Universe


                    • #11
                      Dead thread

                      Dead thread Ed!!!
                      Wilbur, Freda,insteada, go to beda.
                      Dreary or sad,
                      Bleary or mad,
                      This science enthusiast is no talking horse.


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Pot head View Post

                        David Wilcock - 2019



                        • #13

                          I suppose you never saw the movie Tron?
                          End of line was a then famous quote.

                          I think the bit per bit on the inside as
                          opposed to the outside would have
                          been solved by anyone with eternal life.