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Michael Talbot was born in Grand Rapids,. Michigan, in . two very different direc- tions. Bohm became convinced of the universe's holographic nature. The Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot ››› Free download audio book. ‹‹‹ Original Title: The Holographic Universe ISBN: ISBN revolutionary idea that we are living in a holographic universe, and explore what For example, in Michael Talbot wrote a book called The Holographic.


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PART THREE – The Holographic Universe Workshops. Welcome to the In his book, The Holographic Universe, Michael Talbot said, “Creating the illusion that. Now featuring a foreword by Lynne McTaggart, Michael Talbot's The Holographic Universe is a landmark work whose exciting conclusions continue to be. HOLOGRAPHIC UNIVERSE M. TALBOT Contents Acknowledgments xi Daniel Pollen and Michael Trac-tenberg proposed that the holographic brain theory.

This remarkable new way of looking at the universe explains not only many of the unsolved puzzles of physics, but also such mysterious occurrences as telepathy, out-of-body and near death experiences, "lucid" dreams, and even religious and mystical experiences such as feelings of cosmic unity and miraculous healings.

About Author: Michael Talbot was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan in As a young man, he moved to New York City, where he pursued a career as a freelance writer, publishing articles in Omni, The Village Voice, and others, often exploring the confluence between science and the spiritual.

Talbot published his first novel, The Delicate Dependency: A Novel of the Vampire Life as an Avon paperback original in ; though never reprinted, it is regarded a classic of the genre, frequently appearing on lists of the best vampire novels ever written, and secondhand copies have long been expensive and hard to find.

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But despite the popularity of his fiction among horror fans, it was for his nonfiction that Talbot was best known, much of it focusing on new age concepts, mysticism, and the paranormal. Arguably his most famous and most significant is The Holographic Universe , which examines the increasingly accepted theory that the entire universe is a hologram; the book remains in print and highly discussed today.

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One man suddenly relived a conversation he had had with friends through the mazes, but even with massive portions of their brains in South Africa; a boy heard his mother talking on the telephone and removed, their memories remained stubbornly intact. If memories possessed entire conversation; a woman found herself in her kitchen and could specific locations in the brain in the same way that books possess hear her son playing outside.

Even when Penfield tried to mislead his specific locations on library shelves, why didn't Lashley's surgical patients by telling them he was stimulating a different area when he plunderings have any effect on them? For Pribram the only answer was not, he found that when he touched the same spot it always seemed to be that memories were not localized at specific brain sites, evoked the same memory.

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The problem was that he knew of no mechanism or process before his death, he wrote, "It was evident at once that these were not that could account for such a state of affairs. They were electrical activations of the sequential record of Lashley was even less certain and later wrote, "I sometimes feel, in consciousness, a record that had been laid down during the patient's reviewing the evidence on the localization of the memory trace, that earlier experience.

The patient 're-lived' all that he had been aware of the necessary conclusion is that learning just is not possible at all.

Nevertheless, in spite of such evidence against it, learning does some- From his research Penfield concluded that everything we have ever times occur. He reasoned that this was why memories of so many insignificant events kept cropping up in his sampling.

If our memory is a complete record of even the most mundane of our day-to-day experiences, it is reasonable to assume that dipping randomly into such a massive The Breakthrough chronicle would produce a good deal of trifling information. As a young neurosurgery resident, Pribram had no reason to doubt At Yale, Pribram continued to ponder the idea that memories were Penfield's engram theory. But then something happened that was to distributed throughout the brain, and the more he thought about it the change his thinking forever.

In he went to work with the great more convinced he became.

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After all, patients who had had portions neuropsychologist Karl Lashley at the Yerkes Laboratory of Primate of their brains removed for medical reasons never suffered the loss of Biology, then in Orange Park, Florida. For over thirty years Lashley specific memories. Similarly, individuals To the naked eye the image on the film looks nothing at all like the who had received head injuries in car collisions and other accidents object photographed.

In fact, it even looks a little like the concentric never forgot half of their family, or half of a novel they had read. Even rings that form when a handful of pebbles is tossed into a pond see removal of sections of the temporal lobes, the area of the brain that fig. But as soon as another laser beam or in some instances just had figured so prominently in Penfield's research, didn't create any a bright light source is shined through the film, a three-dimensional gaps in a person's memories.

The three-dimensionality of Pribram's thinking was further solidified by his and other research- such images is often eerily convincing.

You can actually walk around ers' inability to duplicate Penfield's findings when stimulating brains a holographic projection and view it from different angles as you other than those of epileptics.

Even Penfield himself was unable to would a real object However, if you reach out and try to touch it, your duplicate his results in nonepileptic patients.

Then in the mids an article he read in Scientific American describing the first construction of a hologram hit him like a thunderbolt. Not only was the concept of holography dazzling, but it provided a solution to the puzzle with which he had been wrestling. To understand why Pribram was so excited, it is necessary to under- stand a little more about holograms.

One of the things that makes holography possible is a phenomenon known as interference. Interfer- ence is the crisscrossing pattern that occurs when two or more waves, such as waves of water, ripple through each other. For example, if you drop a pebble into a pond, it will produce a series of concentric waves that expands outward. If you drop two pebbles into a pond, you will get two sets of waves that expand and pass through one another.

The complex arrangement of crests and troughs that results from such collisions is known as an interference pattern.

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Any wavelike phenomena can create an interference pattern, includ- ing light and radio waves. Because laser light is an extremely pure, coherent form of light, it is especially good at creating interference patterns. It provides, in essence, the perfect pebble and the perfect pond.

As a result, it wasn't until the invention of the laser that holo- grams, as we know them today, became possible. A hologram is produced when a single laser light is split into two separate beams.

The first beam is bounced off the object to be photo- graphed. The first beam is bounced off the object to be photographed, in light of the first. When this happens they create an interference pat- this case an apple.

Then the second beam is allowed to collide with the reflected tern which is then recorded on a piece of film see fig. If a piece of holographic film containing the image of an apple is cut in half and then illuminated by a laser, each half will still be found to contain the entire image of the apple!

Even if the halves are divided again and then again, an entire apple can still be reconstructed from each small portion of the film although the images will get hazier as the portions get smaller. A piece of holographic film containing an encoded image. To the naked eye the image on the film looks nothing like the object photographed and is composed of irregular ripples known as interference patterns.A piece of holographic film containing an encoded image.

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As he did, and as other researchers cal excision suggested that, like memory, vision was also distributed, became aware of his theory, it was quickly realized that the dis- and after Pribram became aware of holography he began to wonder tributed nature of memory and vision is not the only neurophysiologi- if it, too, was holographic.

Such memory traces were called engrams, and although no one knew what an engram was made of — whether it was a neuron or perhaps even a special kind of molecule—most scientists were confident it was only a matter of time before one would be found. In he went to work with the great more convinced he became. If our memory is a complete record of even the most mundane of our day-to-day experiences, it is reasonable to assume that dipping randomly into such a massive The Breakthrough chronicle would produce a good deal of trifling information.

This is illustrated by yet another kind of holo- A similar technique known as interference holography may also graphic recording technique.