Scientists catching up with Mystics… at last!…Maybe


I live in hope. Perhaps our scientists are finally catching up with what we mystics have always understood as the ABC of spiritual understanding. This is why you read so much of the illusion of life, or the fact that we are spiritual beings having a ‘physical experience’. Think of ‘life’ as an avatar experience…you remain where you always were, and your ‘projection’ lives the experience, which you then access. This is why there is no such thing as death. It is only the physical shell, the avatar that is laid down.

This is why we are all one…this is why colour, creed, nationality and religious belief are just shades, it is more a case of both/and…not either/or. Thus when we fight each other, we are merely fighting our self. Stephanie.

[PS…its 12 dimensions of space, not nine…and each of those dimensions has dimensions of its own, infinitum…but they haven’t worked that out just yet!!]

xxx

The universe is a hologram and everything you can see – including this article and the device you are reading it on – is a mere projection. This is according to a controversial model proposed in 1997 by theoretical physicist Juan Maldacena. Until now the bizarre theory had never been tested, but recent mathematical models suggest that the mind-boggling principle could be true.

A growing black holeThe holographic model suggests gravity in the universe comes from thin, vibrating strings. These strings are holograms of events that take place in a simpler, flatter cosmos. According to the theory, gravity in the universe comes from thin, vibrating strings. These strings are holograms of events that take place in a simpler, flatter cosmos.

 Professor Maldacena’s model suggests that the universe exists in nine dimensions of space and one of time. Now Japanese researchers have attempted to tackle this problem by providing mathematical evidence that the holographic principle might be correct, according to a report in Nature.
This artwork shows a star being distorted by its close passage to a supermassive black holeResearchers in Japan have provided mathematical evidence that the holographic principle might be true

 

THE HOLOGRAPHIC PRINCIPLE

The holographic principle claims gravity in the universe comes from thin,  vibrating strings.

These strings are holograms of events that take place in a simpler, flatter cosmos.

In essence, the principle is a mathematical model that suggests description of a volume of space – including anything from a human to an asteroid –  could be hidden in a region of this flattened, ‘real’ version of the universe.

In a black hole, for instance, all the objects that ever fall into it would be entirely contained in surface fluctuations.

In a  larger sense, the theory suggests that the entire  universe can be seen as a ‘two-dimensional structure projected onto a cosmological horizon’ – or in simpler terms, a projection.

This predicts that all we experience may be fully described as the events that take place at a thin and remote location – a little like a microchip containing all the data needed to produce an image on a screen.

According to this image we are the image on the screen.

If we could understand the laws that govern physics on that distant surface, the principle suggests we would grasp all there is to know about reality.

The holographic principle suggests that, like the security chip on your credit card, there is a two-dimensional surface that contains all the information needed to describe a three-dimensional object – which in this case is our universe.

In essence, the principle claims that data containing a description of a volume of space – such as a human or a comet – could be hidden in a region of this flattened, ‘real’ version of the universe.

In a black hole, for instance, all the objects that ever fall into it would be entirely contained in surface fluctuations.

This means that the objects would be stored almost as ‘memory’ or fragment of data rather than a physical object in existence.

In a  larger sense, the theory suggests that the entire  universe can be seen as a ‘two-dimensional structure projected onto a cosmological horizon’ – or in simpler terms, the universe we believe we inhabit is a 3D projection of a 2D alternate universe.

In a paper posted on the arXiv repository, Yoshifumi Hyakutake of Ibaraki University in Japan calculated the internal energy of a black hole in an attempt provide mathematical evidence for this holographic principle.

In addition to this he explored the boundaries of a specific black hole as well as the effects of ‘virtual particles’, a type of particle that is believed to continuously pop in and out of existence.

In a separate paper, Professor Hyakutake calculated the energy contained inside of the alternate flatter cosmos with no gravity.

Surprisingly, the computer calculations of the theoretical universe and the black hole’s boundaries matched, providing what some say is ‘compelling’ evidence of the dual nature of the universe.

Professor Maldacena has said that the numerical proof that these two seemingly disparate worlds are identical provides hope that the gravitational properties of our universe can someday be explained by quantum theory.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2522482/Are-living-HOLOGRAM-Physicists-believe-universe-just-projection-cosmos.html#ixzz2nGfkgOTo

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