The universe may just be a giant hologram.
Articles like that make my brain go hurty.
It figures that we owe our existence to one of the dumbest and least practical artforms on the planet.
I’m not even going to pretend to understand everything this article said, but let me suggest this…
Does this mean that the universe is actually a holographic comic from the 90’s?
“The physics inside a hypothetical universe with five dimensions and shaped like a Pringle is the same as the physics taking place on the four-dimensional boundary” seems the most enjoyably weird quote, while “Forget Quantum of Solace, we would have directly observed the quantum of time,” is just a bad joke (though accurate).
The more physicists learn about the universe the more it looks like the Rig Veda had it nailed millenia ago.
Physics is deeply confusing….
[blockquote]I’m not even going to pretend to understand everything this article said, but let me suggest this…
Does this mean that the universe is actually a holographic comic from the 90’s?[/blockquote]
And Todd McFarlane is our god.
I can’t even pretend that I understand that article.
I should NOT READ THIS SHIT when I am depressed. Sheesh.
On one hand, I dread articles like these because you can just smell the anti-intellectuals comping at their bits to cry out how silly and useless scientists really are. But on the other hand, I am always overjoyed when somebody suggests we’ve come closer to understand the essential properties of space-time, because I’d like to see warp drives in my lifetime.
I don’t think this is some major, world-shaking revelation, though. We’ve long known most of what we perceive in an optical illusion. And now we can all call ourselves flatlanders.
I think this means the universe is an Invisibles comic.
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