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There is no question about x existing as per what I said.
reply to post by Bone75
If this is all just one big hologram or simulation, then there is indeed a creator behind it all. It also makes the existence of a Heaven and a Hell far more likely... does it not?
x = omnipotent + omniscient + omnipresent,...omni-n
Learn the physics and mathematics which describes it and then applying it to the Biblical creation story is indeed ironically similar.
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You could conclude that. You can conclude a lot of things. But if you want to verify it (assuming you would want to do so) you would also want to come up with the ramifications of that conclusion, as you said. You would want to make predictions about observations that could be made and experiments that could be conducted.
Because we see three spatial dimensions, we could conclude that time also possesses three dimensions. And if such is the case, the implications that naturally arise are astounding. Suddenly many things begin to fall into place. Many of the problems that we perceive have explanations can be explained in a simpler manner, and some of the elusive problems could theoretically be solved.
No. They aren't. They are a collection of interference patterns. They have nothing to do with simulation. www.holography.ru...
Holograms are almost exactly the same as simulations weren't they???
Actually, what some other physicists say is that information is not lost in a black hole. That's not the same thing as saying that all the information of the "universes" are on their event horizon. The event horizon is not a thing. It is the distance from the black hole at which the gravity is so great that light cannot escape.
I believe that it is a hologram because of theories by other physicists that say the black holes carry all the information of the universes on their event horizon (Two dimensional) Object which plays out [in] three dimensional physical reality.