What if our existence is a holographic projection of ourselves who live on the edge of this universe? Are we real, or are we just interactions on the edge of the universe-and is this really real?
Regardless of whether we live in a hologram, it is becoming more clears that looking at phenomenon through holograph objective could be the key for solving some of the most famous UNANSWERED QUESTIONS IN SCIENCE, including physics.
Exists a theory that we are actually a reflection of a parallel universe. Any action taking place in this universe is a 3D holographic mirror of the “real” universe.
Objects are made of sparsely spread nuclei moving at speed. Our ability to interact with billions of nuclei as if they are a whole object is said to be an illusion.
The theory argues that no reality exists but one’s own mind. As your mental state is the only thing that you have true access to, nothing outside of that can be real.
An Indian Buddhist school that believes consciousness is not the perfect form of reality. The world as it appears to the unenlightened is a construction of the consciousness.
06POSSIBLE WORLDS The theory is built on the idea of there being
The theory is built on the idea of there being many versions of Earth isolated from each other. Ours being the “Actual” Earth is only based on the fact it is the Earth we inhabit.
The subjective idealism proposes that only what is perceived by the mind exists. Under this idea if one was to walk out of a room the room and all its contents would cease to exist.
The idea that reality exists due to consensus, but humans don’t agree on everything. If everyone has a different view of the world, there can be no reality.
When DREAMING, our BRAINS create illusions that we interact with as if they’re real. Thus we can never know when we are awake, or indeed if we are ever awake.
Future computers will be able to construct billions of virtual earths. We might be simulations in a world created for future tourists to understand what Earth used to be like.
01BRAIN IN A VAT
A person’s brain is removed and hooked up to a computer sending electrical impulses to create sensations. The consciousness experienced would not know if the brain was in a vat or a human body.