What If the Universe Was Just an Illusion?

"What If the Universe Was Just an Illusion?"

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What if the universe is an illusion? 
What if your reality is not what it seems to be? 
What if you are just a two-dimensional projection stretched on the surface of a black hole?

And what does a black hole have to do with all this? This is what if and here's what would happen if you lived inside a hologram.

I know what you think. This isn't real. How can we live in a hologram? If everything around us is three dimensional? 

Well, prepare yourself for a big reality check. Because this unified theory can explain everything about the fundamental laws of our existence.

The Universe Is Probably An Illusion

What If the Universe Was Just an Illusion
What If the Universe Was Just an Illusion

The holographic principle, we speak on it a little where a black hole deleted the universe. You may want to watch that one again. Because of all the places, the holographic principle starts in a black hole.

When you eat, say, a bagel, your mass increases by the mass of that bagel with your mass increased, your volume grows, and so does your surface area for a black hole. It's different. It's only the surface area and not the volume that increases with every bite.

It's like the swallowed matter or energy doesn't create it inside the black hole, but rather gets stuck to its surface. Or like of you, instead of eating the bagel, just taped it to the outside of your stomach. Black holes themselves are 3 dimensional, but their contents can be projected on their 2-dimensional surface, and that help scientists to get the idea of the holographic world.

You, me, and everything else in the universe is made up of atoms and molecules. Atoms and molecules are made up of smaller subatomic particles, and those particles, in turn, are made up of something even smaller.

The information about their state in time and in space. These particles are so small that our eyes can't detect them. We just know they're there, and we know they don't answer to the classical laws of physics. It's up to quantum mechanics to interpret their nature.

One of the ways to understand the smallest fundamental particles is through string theory. The string theory is purely theoretical and the mathematics behind it is complicated. Nobody has ever solved it yet, but maybe we can change the rules a little bit.

If you're trying to solve a complicated problem, you can map all the volume of the universe across its boundary like a hologram. The nature of the problem changes because for the two-dimensional universe we don't need to count quantum gravity and that turns the nearly impossible to crack. Mathematics of the string theory too.

Maybe doable equations. It's not a solution yet, just a shortcut to the solution. But once you figure out how to solve that, you can transform the solution into our three-dimensional space. Congratulations. You solved the mystery of the universe and how it started through the hologram.

But does that mean we ourselves are living inside a hologram? 
And what would it be like to be a hologram? 
Would you take a selfie? 

You lose some of the information about yourself when you later look at the picture.

You can't see the back of your head. The holograms are designed to preserve all of that information. If you experience the world in a holographic way, you could look at someone else's skin and tell everything about their organs, what they eat for lunch, even their thoughts. Is it just me or does that sound creepy?

The fundamental laws of our universe, from black holes to the smallest particles to the laws of our reality, could be potentially described with the help of the holographic principle.

It doesn't necessarily mean we live inside a hologram, but if we did, we wouldn't be able to tell the difference anyway. Maybe time doesn't exist either, but that's a story for another. What if?

What If the Universe Was Just an Illusion? What If the Universe Was Just an Illusion? Reviewed by Mahi Uddin on November 01, 2019 Rating: 5

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