posted on Feb, 16 2011 @ 11:27 AM
reply to post by flameoffire
Lol...Lol...Lol...Yeah, we get it, you don't believe in the Holographic theory. I suggest you research the very thing you are so quick to cast doubt
upon rather than making snide juvenile remarks such as on overactive imagination or too much television.
Neils Bohr was one of the founding fathers of Quantum Physics along with other notable scientists such as University of London physicist David Bohm,
a former protege of Einstein's and one of the worlds most respected quantum physicists, and Stanford neurophysiologist Karl Pribram, one of the
architects of our modern understanding of the brain. They believe that the universe itself may be a giant hologram, ( a matrix/quantum reality if you
will) quite literally a kind of image or construct created, at least in part, by the human mind.
A good stepping stone to even try to begin to understand what brilliant minds postulate on the mind/hologram/matrix theory is "The holographic
Universe" by: Michael Talbot. This is my third time reading it and still it is difficult to fully grasp the nature of reality in which the
researchers in this book present it.
The OP's experience may have something to do with observation, or perception something that may relate to the following. "Physicists have found
compelling evidence that the only time electrons and other "quanta" manifest as particles is when we are looking at them. At all other times they
behave as waves. This is as strange as owning a bowling ball that traces a single line down the lane while you are watching it, but leaves a wave
pattern every time you blink your eyes."
I can only theorize what the OP witnessed and so many others have claimed to experience on this thread. It could very well be a trick of the light,
atmospheric conditions, fatigue, hallucinations, etc. But I do think are lack of understanding will continue to spark a keen interest in a lot of us
to delve deeper into the mysteries of the universe and the human mind.
I'll leave you with one of my favorite Einstein quotes: "Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance." Laugh...Out...Loud...