Sunday, 27 September 2015
Could multiple shadows of a solar eclipse projected on the ground represent the holographic principle?
Every part of a hologram contains the image of the whole object if you break a holographic image up you will see a picture of the whole image in every piece. Therefore if the Universe uses the holographic principle (that a description of a three dimensional volume of space is encoded on a two dimensional boundary) we would expect to see under certain conditions multiple images. This is exactly what we see during a solar eclipse with multiple shadows of the whole solar eclipse projected on the ground.
This video playlist starts with videos showing these beautiful multiple images and ends with videos explaining an alternative theory that uses the holographic principle within a dynamic process!