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With yer coffee: “No limit to holography’s reach”

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In “Hologram revolution: The theory changing all physics” (New Scientist, 13 July 2011), Jessica Griggs asks ,

How would you feel if you were told that everything you did today – drinking your morning latte, your commute, your post-work jog – was a holographic projection of another, flat version of you living on a two-dimensional “surface” at the edge of this universe?

Whether we actually live in a hologram is up for debate, but it is now becoming clear that looking at a raft of other phenomena through a holographic lens could be key to solving some of the most intractable problems in physics, including what gives particles mass, the physics that reigned before the big bang, even a theory of quantum gravity. There may be no limit to holography’s reach.

Surprisingly, the revolution has not been well publicized.

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3 Replies to “With yer coffee: “No limit to holography’s reach”

  1. 1
    bornagain77 says:

    as to:

    ‘flat version of you living on a two-dimensional “surface” at the edge of this universe?’

    While there may be something interesting to learn in all that, if they have any experimental support, How about something much more readily accessible as far as empirical support is concerned??? How about a 3-Dimensional holographic image of Christ on a 2-Dimensional surface???,,,

    Shroud Of Turin’s Unique 3 Dimensionality – video
    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4041182/

    Turin Shroud 3-D Hologram – Face And Body – Dr. Petrus Soons
    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/5889891/

    Shroud of Turin in 3-D – The Holographic Experience By Dr. Petrus Soons
    Abstract – This website summarizes work connected with digitizing Shroud photographs taken by Giuseppe Enrie in 1931, enhancing the digitized images to improve details, translating the enhanced images “gray scale data into depth data”, generating a sequence of up to 625 images of each of these, and combining these images with a Holoprinter to produce holograms (3D images) of the Shroud. It also summarizes my study of these holograms and discovery of heretofore unseen details, which confirm many previous findings and reveal some surprises.
    http://shroud3d.com/

    Turin Shroud Hologram Reveals The Words ‘The Lamb’ – short video
    http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4041205/

  2. 2
    Ilion says:

    But, wait! If we’re living in a holodeck, doesn’t that at least imply that there is a Holo-Projector who *chose* to program the holodeck?

  3. 3
    Mung says:

    How many cards are there in a holodeck?

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