16 – Our Universe is a Hologram …

Most of us are familiar with holograms and how they reproduce objects in three-dimensional images. But what most of us don’t know is the significance of the fact that if a small portion of a hologram is illuminated with a laser beam, it reproduces a three-dimensional image of the entire object, albeit smaller.

The reason for this is that when the object is being recorded on a holographic plate, light waves from the whole object impregnate each point of the hologram.

The Norwegian intellectual Jostein Gaarder in his book “Sophie’s World” explains this in a simple way: Modern laser technology can produce so-called holograms. If one of these holograms depicts a car, for example, and the hologram is fragmented, we will see a picture of the whole car even though we only have the part of the hologram that showed the bumper. This is because the whole subject is present in every tiny part. In a sense, our bodies are built up in the same way. If I loosen a skin cell from my finger, the nucleus will contain not only the characteristics of my skin; the same cell will also reveal what kind of eyes I have, the color of my hair, the number and type of my fingers, and so on. Every cell of the human body carries a blueprint of the way all the other cells are constructed. So there is ‘something of everything’ in every single cell. The whole exists in each tiny part (highlights are mine).

The Quantum physicist David Bohm basically said the same decades ago: “The fundamental essence of the whole is enfolded in each of its parts”. The Persian poet Rumi said the same in the 13th Century: “What is the body? That shadow of a shadow of your love, that somehow contains the entire universe”. The Ionian philosopher Anaxagoras (500-428 BC) said the same thousands of years ago: “There is something of everything in everything”. But although this knowledge has been around for a long time, it is not yet a part of our current understanding of Reality!!!

In a very fundamental way our Universe is a Hologram in the sense that every one of its components … every atom, every molecule, every human being, every planetary system, every galaxy … is impregnated with a common set of universal characteristics. The significance of this fact is monumental: To be cohesive and evolve into the amazing levels of order and complexity where self-awareness has arisen, our Universe impregnates every single one of its components, no matter how minute, immense, simple or intricate, with a Universal Blueprint.

On post 11, I listed some characteristics of this Universal Blueprint Science has already discovered, and the Theories behind them. The two characteristics listed below have been briefly discussed in other posts (Posts 7&9 on Bell’s Theorem; 13&15 on Relativity):

1 – The first common characteristic of all natural systems (including us) is the interconnectedness of all components to perpetuate a cohesive yet supple form of organization.

2 – And the second one is the instinctive drive of all natural systems to attain, and sustain, optimum states of equilibrium between their physical mass and the energy consumed and exerted to power their evolution.

As more universal characteristics are described, it will become clear that as all natural systems (including us) embody the common characteristics of the Universal Blueprint … ‘The whole exists in each part’ … the whole thing, the whole magnificent hologram can be glimpsed at by understanding ourselves.

Revised June 2017

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