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Scientists Discover "Universe is Giant 3D Hologram"

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posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:05 PM
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Have you ever seen the movie Stargate?




posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:09 PM
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wow great find! this is incredibly interesting, we truly have no idea of what reality is, the rabbit hole just goes deeper and deeper into the hole of infinity.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:12 PM
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Someone do me a favor and read this next line out loud for me as I have laryngitis at the moment.


COMPUTER, END PROGRAM



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:15 PM
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Won't be anytime soon (In my opinion) God and Collective conscious are pretty separate and we are all fighting over pieces of paper as well as some gold tinted rocks (yeah I know their's more to it but, meh that's still how I see them) Just to much going on and continues to keep going on that quite a few people would/actually might have to be wiped from the Earth for it to progress unless they bend and release their grip of trying to have everyone conform towards their will and way.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:16 PM
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Actually I have not, but I know there is a stargate thread somewhere in this massive site. I only know a bit - and that small bit is they (the actors/crew) take the stargates to various worlds and all that.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:20 PM
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However I'll tell you that the brain does not work like a computer. Computers do not have the ability to learn, only do what is programmed. The brain is a learning machine. Ironically though, computers can do things that humans consider hard, but they can't do what we consider to be a piece of cake.


lol wut? Computers can learn. Obviously you haven't been keeping up in the field. While it's true that computers currently must be programmed TO learn, the lessons we learn from reverse engineering the brain are helping to overcome this hurdle and design computers which operate like the human brain - wherein the ability to learn is an intrinsic principle of it's design.

The main difference lies in how the two were conceived. The human brain has a long evolutionary history, and it has been honed for eons to accept electro-chemical stimuli in order to store pattern information from sensory organs and retrieve it. This is what helps differenciate potential mating partners from prey from predators. While our brains technically do still contain far more number crunching capabilities, we cannot really utilize it in a useful manner as it's already reserved for other functions. Think of what we have now in the expanded area of the brain as a math-coprocessor which rather poorly emulates a basic calculator. Further, the real number crunching powerhouse of our brains is limited by extremely slow connection and only appears fast due to a titanic volume of parallel processing.

Computers, on the other hand, were developed as solely number crunching monsters to cover these deficiencies in our own brain. It's gone through a processes of selection of it's own in this regard, and so for this purpose, of course it doesn't have a similar structure or abilities to our own brains. Having a computer modeled on a fish brain wouldn't be useful to us as we already possess far greater pattern recognition and memory retention abilities. However, even a basic pocket calculator is of great benefit.

The two work on fairly similar principles. Both run on electricity. Synapse either fire or they don't. 1's or 0's. On or Off. However, while the architecture and basis for each are a bit different - they are both computers, and provided the proper translation software (BCI's in this case) they can communicate with each other. Discoveries in reverse engineering the brain and genetics can mold our brains to be more computer like, and advancements in AI and pattern recognition software can make the computer more brain like. Even in archetecture, we find computers becoming increasingly more and more brain like - as we start to shift away from singular 2-D silicon wafers into more 3D processors working in parallel.

Even if we could never resolve the architecture differences (which we can), there's always the inevitable fate of emulation. When we can model the human brain activity down to each neuron firing and have a computer capable of emulating this - then you will regardless have a conscious AI on the same level with the brain which is being emulated in all facets, including patten recognition and learning.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:31 PM
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Well this is quite interesting. So if the universe is a hologram, then obviously there is an entity who designed it.

And since it seems that science is pointing towards this being the case, does this not mean that scientists will eventually have to admit that something powerful and intelligent is behind this grand illusion?



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:36 PM
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Well basically what happens is there is a stargate recoverced in Giza in 1928 where it is recored and brought to Colorado and reactivated many years later. After entering the Stargate they find themselves on a distant planet similar to earth with humans that have become enslaved to the one who calles himself Ra and he basically took them from earth the story goes and kept them stupid, wouldn't allow them to know how to commincate through writing etc. Anyways these people finally realize that they have become slaves and overthrow him.

While Stargate is just a movie. I would lean on the side that "yes, I do believe that somewhere in this universe there is a society (people) that is much like ours."



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 07:56 PM
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I always thought we'd create a holographic reality, chances are we may already live in one? Not only is that a mind-blowing possability, it also raises unlimited questions. How did we end up in this reality? Who created it and why did they do so? What's the universe like outside of it?



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:03 PM
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Most ideas (mainly from the movies) must come from something, perhaps fantasy is merely reality but yet we do not know whether it exists or not. Perhaps Stargates do exist and beings similar to us (though I would hope they aren't too similar to us - would take all the fun out of the universe and it's strange ways)



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:13 PM
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I agree. but I don't think it takes away from the fun. I was watching a show suggesting that life exists in many forms according to their universal habitat, just as life would adapt here on earth. So for instance there could be a planet the size of jupiter and gravity would be a factor in the different ways life would emerge.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:19 PM
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Originally posted by humanaquarian
I wonder how many more decades it will take them to discover local I,II and III and realise that the tool to observe the theorised 8 other dimensions is the human subconscious.

You have made a couple comments about always knowing. Lucky you. Now for us simple folk who are only just finding out can you explain with more detail what you mean above? Share please...



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:22 PM
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As much as i and you may want to believe this, it has still yet to be completely confirmed. Ill stay skeptical for now. (although hoping this to be true, it would explain quite a lot)



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:22 PM
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This verifies what David Icke has been saying for years.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:23 PM
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If I cut my brain in half, will both halves function right? You know the answer. So how is the brain like a hologram then? Just because mice supposedly have their memory intact when they remove chunks of the brain just means that the memory wasn't held in that spot.

I don't think the universe is a hologram, its nothing likea hologram. There is no 2-D counterpart in control of you. In fact this whole theory is crazy. If this were true at all.. I would be able to cut an apple in half and get another apple. It just doesn't add up. Saying that its not a hologram doesnt mean that everything isn't somehow connected though.

The most logical reason for this noise is what another poster mentioned, galactic street noise. Meaning its from the use of E.T.'s traveling through wormholes.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:23 PM
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Well here is an explanation from a layman; as far as I can figure, we are in fact a 2D universe and through some bizarre way our 3D manifestation is a projection from lesser dimensions.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:28 PM
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A lot of astronomers seem to say that. At least the "life as we know it" may not apply to certain species that are living out of our solar system or even out of our own galaxy. Though one thing boggles me about this to, if water is not a source of life (for other species) then I wonder what it's substitute might very well be.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:34 PM
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Think about it...if someone/thing were to become so advanced so as to be able to create life, and then even more advanced, so as to be able to control that life through electrical impulses/ controlled manipulation this would/could be an explanation. Since we know that all matter is made up of atoms...why so hard to believe?



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 08:34 PM
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I'll see if I can.

There is a theory (I still regard it as a theory) that the subconscious is connected to well pretty much everything. Collector of experiences, and that part of us which "takes over" when our bodies go to sleep. That much I'm sure you know


As for the Local I, II, and III for some reason I believe or think it may indicate parts of the universe? I only think this because looking back upon my math classes in high school I remember a X, Y grid plane was separated pretty much the same way. So I think what he was trying to say that the subconscious has the key to view this said plane and the sectors that make it up (I, II and III. [I know their's a IVth, but not to sure if s/he left it out on purpose or forgot about it so refraining from stating it.])

As for the dimensions I can't say to much they are theory as much as this is a theory just as well, but I'm sure it would more than likely go hand in hand with the locale viewing (Sub*Conscious and all)

Hope that was somewhat helpful.



posted on Jan, 15 2009 @ 09:03 PM
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Philosophy for thousands of years doesn't mean anything to a lot of scientists, unfortunately.

This is really cool article, and I'm glad some members on ATS are taking something from Icke as credible. Just because he proposed that Reptillians from the lower 4th dimension are ruling the world (which seems perfectly reasonable to me) doesn't mean that he's a TOTAL loon.

It's interesting to think that something else that IS you is actually you in another dimension. Now, if I'm in other dimensions, why couldn't beings from other dimensons take control of this planet?



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