The universe is not holographic, but it creates a hologram from its reality. I’ve always had a problem with Bohm’s holographic universe because the hologram needed a reality source. The hologram is a flattened interference projection onto two dimensions. But it is an interference pattern of real objects in a real world. So, the holographic universe made not much sense. However, the universe is indeed full of interference, and so a snapshot of that interference pattern, flattened, is a hologram. The universe creates a holographic source with its reality. In terms of reality and real objects, that doesn’t say much. But in terms of the interactions of objects, it may say quite a lot.
One can say that the objects themselves constitute a sum of interference, and thus can be holographically interpreted. While true, the holography is a map of the interference of energy, not the energy itself. So, the universe is not holographic in origin, but only in the resulting patterns of connections and interactions that materialize from real energy in a field of aether defined by crystallography.
Reality is a conformation of energy in the aether, and the hologram projection of that reality describes the interations of one part of the reality with another. So, reality is the source for a holographic interpretation of the universe, of its interelated parts.
The hologram shows us the connections of the reality in the universe. Those connections may influence adjoining pieces of reality in a large or a small way. The transverse wave holograph relates to connections with the least influence. The incoherent, non-entangled quantum hologram relates to connections that have more influence than the small transverse wave influences, but less than the quantum coherent, percolated entangled energy moments that have the biggest influence. Three different holographic representations are created. The first is the refracted transverse wave hologram. It is limited by the geometric resolution of the wavelengths of the transverse wave, and by the Nyquist limit. The other two holograms are quantum holograms, which have no Nyquist limit, and infinitesimally small geometric resolutions. They are vastly superior.
Why are they superior? Because they lack the overlapping patterns in the T-wave hologram. How could they lack the overlapping patterns? They lack the overlaps because quantum percolation filaments keep their integrity even in fields of interference. This allows for the “teasing out” of the tiniest variations of interference in the quantum holographic representation, where the transverse wave hologram would reach its resolution limit before it was useful for many things. With one of the quantum hologram types, it might be possible to tease out the state of things anywhere in the universe with only a small sample of the universe. It would be a looking glass truly deserving of the name.
The human brain might be able to “tease out” certain things in either type of quantum hologram, based only upon the small geometric volume the brain contains. I don’t think the transverse wave hologram is viable for the brain, but perhaps one of the quantum modes could be the basis for remote viewing, and ESP. I think it’s likely that the incoherent, non-entangled quantum percolations are a weaker field by virtue of the scattering they suffer, such that they represent lesser potential for both brain connections and for generalized quantum communication channels. The filaments of such aether pathways are not bunched. The best potential for quantum communication is direct aether filament percolation and the associated “full entanglement” of reflexive “Wilburforce Pendulum” style echoes. The power of the coherent, entangled class of connection is mostly the result of energy that is directed within aether filaments and which possess sufficient bunching to effect complete cycles of echoes.
How could a hologram of the quantum variety be recorded? I envision a nearly perfect sphere of graphene mesh might be what could be used, or a dome of the same material, as it seemingly would record the fullest impression of the full interference map of quantum percolations.
Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics. Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.