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Jun
10
accepted Holographic principle “inside-out view”
Feb
18
comment holographic principle and Wheeler's bag of gold
Perhaps explain 'bag of gold' a little bit!
Feb
8
comment What really makes a rainbow happen?
Misread it as 'What really makes a rainbow happy?'.
Jan
10
comment Why are cosmic conspiracies considered undesirable in quantum interpretations?
@ Just a 'lil kid: I'm actually a physics obsessed psychologist and it is our collective opinion (LOL) that the interpretation of quantum mechanics can't be trusted physicists.
Jan
7
comment Why are cosmic conspiracies considered undesirable in quantum interpretations?
-1 to myself, UNCONSCIOUS metaphysical horror, would be more precise, thanks.
Jan
7
comment Why are cosmic conspiracies considered undesirable in quantum interpretations?
+1, though that should be "gut feeling" metaphysical HORROR.
Jan
6
comment Holographic principle “inside-out view”
The question is more like the reverse of what you are answering. It has more to do with a hypothetical 2D representation INSIDE the event horizon of 3D objects located on the outside; is there any sort of symmetry that way. I realize it would be impossible to sample such a "screen" from the inside though, as your probe can't move in the direction of the event horizon/outwards.
Dec
24
awarded  Critic
Dec
23
accepted Could extra dimensions be or become clustered?
Dec
23
awarded  Commentator
Nov
8
comment Artificial Gravity
That would be homework right?
Nov
1
comment How would one test the hypothesis of human free will?
A what, they spin in circles before they poop?
Oct
9
accepted Is information about the speed of light hidden in its spectrum?
Oct
9
asked Is information about the speed of light hidden in its spectrum?
Oct
4
comment Validity of the holographic principle
That would be the ultimate consequence I suppose, global entanglement on the horizon.
Oct
4
comment Validity of the holographic principle
It would still be a finite volume outside the (say) bubble I guess. The smaller the bubble would be though the more the "inside stretched horisont" would have to encode e.g. the more effective the scamblingmechanism/algoritm would have to be since more needs to be encoded; the planck volume would have to be able to handle the rest og the Universe minus it self.
Sep
10
revised Validity of the holographic principle
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Sep
10
asked Validity of the holographic principle
Sep
10
revised Holographic principle “inside-out view”
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Sep
9
revised Holographic principle “inside-out view”
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