The Quantum World

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Evolution ~ Bucked by the Holographic Nature of the Universe!

While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen; for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal ~ 2 Corinthians 4:18.

The holographic nature of the universe can be understood by David Bohm's Model: Explicate (enfolded) Order; tangible everyday physical reality, Implicate (unfolded) Order: more primary deeper, underlying reality.

Bohm used the idea of the implicate order, the deeper and non-local level of existence from which our entire universe springs, to echo this sentiment - every action starts from an intention in the implicate order. The imagination is already the creation of the form; it already has the intention and the germs of all the movements needed to carry it out.

The brain is a hologram enfolded in a holographic universe. We can view ourselves as physical bodies moving through space. Or we can view ourselves as a blur of interference patterns enfolded throughout the cosmic hologram. This could be also expressed with the analogy that the brain is like the laser beam that shines through the holographic film to interpret the patterns.

As it turns out, you can preserve the interference patterns of more than one hologram on the same film by using various different angles of projection of the laser beams. Therefore, depending on the direction and frequency of the beam that you send through the film, a different hologram will appear. So, if applied to the brain, consciousness literally becomes the co-creator of the reality portrayed depending upon its angle of perception.

This does not mean that if I am looking at a tree, it is not really there.

The tree is there on multidimensional levels, which means that I am seeing a cross-section of the tree depending on the level of consciousness that I am tuned into. If the brain is a decoder of sorts, then it can be tuned to different states or frequencies of consciousness, and I will see different levels of tree reality depending upon which one I’m on.

Therefore, mind contributes to the phenomenon of reality itself, not just to the knowledge of it. In a brain that operates holographically, the remembered image of a thing can have as much impact on the senses as the thing itself.

Think about how we see the universe starting with how light particles enter the eye which is just a mechanism for taking in information coming into the eye on particles of light. That information is made useable via electro-chemical processes which the brain further processes sending it on to the mind which understands that information only because of what we call - meaning.  This is how the mind contributes to the phenomenon of social reality.

Where would evolution fit into this? Of course, those who are of that 'mindset' will tell you its the process and as the process develops becoming more complex we evolve. But, they leave out 'meaning'. What is the point? They will jump up and down screaming, "don't you get it man". Meaning comes when we evolve. I say that is not true.

Meaning has to come first or we would not evolve which would necessarily have the goal to acquire greater meaning. Even a hint of meaning (which is already complex in its abstract form) has to come first in order that we seek what it means to even be alive and how it all began. Meaning is everything in social reality. Without meaning, we would not even have this discussion.

~ Source : http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_holouniverse04.htm

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