At least some media types noticed that such a claim is pretty far out. Maybe they don’t “Trust the Science” like they should?
Sheldon: … it isn’t just HEP theory, it is large swathes of all the sciences. They have painted themselves into a sterile, but formerly well-funded “consensus” corner, and are discovering that the younger generation (and the NYT) is quite flippant on their prospects for survival.
Her view: “Personally I think that the motivations for the holographic principle are not particularly strong and in any case we’ll not be able to test this hypothesis in the coming centuries. ” And in our next post, experimental physicist Rob Sheldon replies.
It’s actually a good thing if theses in physics don’t gain currency just because they make good TED talks. That could be part of theirproblem.