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If you only have a small piece of the plate, it can still reproduce the entire hologram image, so it must be fractalized.
originally posted by: LiveWire007
True holograms generated by lasers produce an interference pattern that can be captured on a film plate. If you only have a small piece of the plate, it can still reproduce the entire hologram image, so it must be fractalized. When I realized that the universe was most likely a hologram,and thus must be fractal in it's construction, I decided to do an experiment to try and prove that it was at least possible. So, I built my own hologram generator and projected my own hologram universe inside the holocube. Fractals go on forever in both directions, from the micro to the macro, we didn't create them, we discovered them. Since my own holoverse was based on photons, the time space relationship had changed the constant of the speed of light to zero in their universe, so their time frame would be longer. I estimated that one minute of my time would be equal to a billion years in their universe. I imagined that life would have begun on the pixel planets within their holoverse, and hoped they would evolve to someday build their own!