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Universe May Not Be a Hologram After All

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Some time ago, a group of researchers proposed that we may be living in a three-dimensional projection of a bi-dimensional space. The hologram Universe theory rallied a number of adepts, but a new research is proving that some of its most basic tenants are flawed.
Astrophysicist Craig Hogan first proposed that the Universe is in fact a hologram in October 2010, when he published the result of a scientific study he conducted using data collected by the GEO600 gravitational wave experiment.
This research was meant to collect data on the quantum fuzziness of the Universe. The expert used two atomic clocks to conduct measurements that would reveal the existence of hypothesized Planck units…… Read the rest of this entry »

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July 6, 2011 at 7:03 pm


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