posted on Sep, 11 2008 @ 02:37 PM
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
I've always felt that what we perceive as "reality" is only a lower-dimensional shadow of a "higher reality".
Well, there is the theory of the holographic universe. However, in order for something to be a hologram, there has to be an original object. If this
theory is/were true, then where the original object is is the real enigma.
I see a hologram as a construct of light, is that not what we are? condensed, structured light? I think it's more of a hologram than people realize,
like windows running without the computer, lol, sort of. For it to exist, it would need a source and a form of structuring/scaffolding, IMO anyway,
physical is a refraction of light.
"So in the computers memory they are real, but only as an algorithm. So there is structure off stage so to speak, but it is a fuzzy structure,
not totally defined. Its depends upon your interaction in order to actualize its specifics. "
I liked this, very good, star
Not defined, could be the 'wave' of possibilities that can be seen, yet when we focus on it, it becomes the 'particle' or object we expect it to
be, or assume it to be. Just a thought.
[edit on 11-9-2008 by ElectroMagnetic Multivers]