The Holographic Universe ”. By Michael Talbot. Published by HarperPerennial/ HarperCollins. ISBN Image of Bookcover. Libros de Segunda Mano – Ciencias, Manuales y Oficios – Física, Química y Matemáticas: The holographic universe. el universo holográfico. michael talbot. O Universo Holografico. Pages·· MB·0 Downloads. O pesquisador americano Michael Talbot aproxima a ciência moderna e as religiões antigas.

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The Holographic Universe

Bohm writes, “This immediately struck me as very relevant to the question of order, since, when the ink drop was spread out, it still had a ‘hidden’ i. In other words, it’s like using modern science to explain why the gods got angry and how the gods made the volcano erupt.

If you sprinkled talcum powder all over a bowling lane and rolled such a “quantum” bowling ball toward the pins, it would trace a single line through the talcum powder michawl you were watching it. The claims that are made are backed up by numerous scientific studies, but it doesn’t blow you away with scientific jargon.

With regards to the “string theory” all matter breaks down talbpt strings that are so small our current technology can’t detect them. More recent research revealed, that our sense of smell seems to be based on what are called osmic frequencies.

As Bohm states, such “electrons are not scattered because, through the action of the quantum potential, the whole system is undergoing a co-ordinated movement more like a ballet dance than like a crowd of unorganized people. I realized then that even well-known scientists can possess biases and blind spots. So much so that I hardly know where to start if someone asks for a more specific rec I started reading this book about a decade ago and, for reasons that I can’t remember anymore gave it to a friend?


Bohm concedes that there is no reason to believe the implicate order is the end of things. This made it even easier to put out of mind.

Snowflakes, computers, and living things are all ordered. This led me to see that new notions of order must be involved here. For example, the hologtaphic certainty we feel when we spot a familiar face in a crowd of several hundred people is not just a subjective emotion, but appears to be caused by an extremely fast and reliable form of information processing in our brain.


In this book and for the sake of diversity I have employed all of these expressions, including holographic model and holographic theory, but do not mean to imply that the holographic idea has achieved the status of a model or theory in the strictest sense of these terms. So much so that I hardly know where to start if someone asks for a more specific recommendation. My experience has taught me, that even those, who do not know any mathematics, are able to understand the kinds of ideas from physics, that are touched upon in this book.

Other comments on The Holographic Universe: Throughout this book I also discuss various ideas from quantum physics, the branch of physics that studies subatomic particles electrons, protons, and so on.

Many of these ideas are extremely controversial.

Conversely, whenever the same is done with the pipe, a Hologram of the easy chair appears. I plan to read it once again in the near future, and hope that someone writes a worthy follow-up. This was precisely the feature, that got Pribram so excited, for it offered at last a way of understanding how memories could be distributed, rather than localized in the brain.

Talbot makes this portion fairly easy to follow, with some included diagrams. Ashmead of Universk for believing in the book, and John Michel for his gentle and insightful editing. The more Bohm thought about it the more convinced he became that the universe actually employed holographic principles in its operations, was itself talboy kind of giant, flouring hologram, and this realization allowed him to crystallize all of his various insights into a sweeping and cohesive whole.


Instead, the I would say the first third of this book was very good and captivating. It also explained how electrons in plasmas and other specialized states such as micbael could unlverso like interconnected wholes. The equations he developed to convert images into wave forms and back again are known as Fourier transforms.

In both cases one could rightfully ask. Although Talbot is not known michawl have made it much of a political issue, he was tlabot gayliving with a boyfriend. I first learned this a number of years ago when I asked a well-known physicist what he thought about a particular parapsychological experiment.

His interest in science did not, however, and his prodigious curiosity forced him to look for new heights to conquer.

The Holographic Universe

This makes up the latter two-thirds of the book. In University of Connecticut psychologist Dr. Some physicists were so convinced such alternatives were impossible that they dismissed his ideas out of hand. I thought this would be heavier on the quantum physics, and way less ‘Hey, a poltergeist materialized cold spaghetti on my chest once in New York and a holographic universe explains everything’ When your ‘evidence’ for the paranormal includes Sathya Sai Baba then this is not my book, my friends.

Read this book, you won’t be disappointed. Imagine a fish swimming in an aquarium.