Holographic Universe Confirmed by the Slit Experiment
Matter exists in two states: the physical and the spiritual. Like in a hologram, with the holographic view and the film plate view, matter exists in two states: the illusion and the reality; the reality being the radius of a black hole or a two dimensional construct which unfolds or is infolded into a seemingly third dimensional experience. The radius of the black hole is two dimensional or a flat plane containing actual waveforms of energy. When a hologram is examined as two dimensional, then one sees interference patterns like those of a waveform when dropped into a pond of water. I think this solves the slit experiment because sometimes a photon or electron appears as a wave or a particle depending on whether or not it’s being viewed. A hologram appears as a hologram only when it is viewed from a certain point of view. But one knows that a hologram is just an illusion because all a hologram is (when not being viewed as a hologram) is a set of interference patterns (or waveforms).
The theory of the holographic universe solves the slit experiment. Particles are the holographic image of the waveforms but the waveforms present the true reality. The slit experiment confirms the theory of the holographic universe. We exist in two realities – the fake one – hologram and the real one – waves. Our senses detect the fake world but underneath all this holographic illusion is the real deal – an infinite number of wave forms.
If this is new to you, please review the following:
First, what is the slit experiment and why does it matter?
The following video explains the conundrum of the experiment very well in an understandable way but even though the presenter explains it as solved by saying that it is the “collapse of the wave function” due to conscious awareness, he still does not explain the methodology for this happening which can be explained by using the “holographic” model of the universe.
He also mentions about interference patterns. If you drop two stones in water, you create an interference pattern. Here is a video that explains better how interference patterns are created in holograms:
Speaking of which, here is a third video that will clarify this better:
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