The holographic universe is the great cosmological puzzle of quantum theory. It is fully explained by the relative world of the conscious individual. As described in Everett’s famous many-worlds interpretation, the record of observations is the entity that follows the quantum dynamics. The world of this entity is the ‘relative state’ defined in his theory, defined solely by the observations. The integrated synthesis of the record of observations forms a spatially distributed field of information, the ‘world hologram’. The relative world is thus a holographic universe, solving the great paradox.
The world hologram is a crucial concept in the explanation of the holographic universe.
The world in Everett’s formulation, the relative state, is determinate only where observed. Thus only the observed surface is determinate.
The cumulative record of the observations of the surface forms the perceptual reality of the sentient being.
This is a virtual reality that is mentally projected onto the world to match up precisely.
This projection forms a spatially distributed ‘hologram’ of the world, the ‘world hologram’.
As this defines the determinacy of the relative world of this individual, this is precisely the definition of a holographic universe.
The new concept described here is that relative state is the result of the superposition of all worlds containing a specific world hologram.
As shown, this produces the ontology of the holographic universe.
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