Re: Is Earth a Hologram?
It's not just that guy named hogan though. He's actually just furthering the theory started by Leonard Susskind and Gerard 't Hooft. The hogan guy is just saying that the unknown noise in the geo600 could be proof of that theory.
I mean, I myself doubt that, but this guy and the complex machine making some unknown noise wasn't really what intrigued me, so much as the theory itself.
The thought that everything exist in our known universe due to light bouncing off of a 2d surface far, far away is unique. Something different I enjoyed reading, thought I'd share.
"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." -M. K. Gandhi