Michael Talbot - The Holographic Universe [an error occurred while processing this directive]

Michael Talbot - The Holographic Universe

Recommended by Vincent Hess who writes:
This book explores the concept and science of holographs, and compares the findings with the scientific nature of the human brain. A broad example would be to show that any piece taken from a holograph, even a very small piece, when reprocessed through the holograph projector, will show the original holograph in its entirety!

Findings have shown that this phenomenon is also common to the way the brain stores and recalls information. The book goes on to explain how this characteristic of the brain might explain time travel, outer body, etc. Goes into a little bit of quantum physics, and is quite fascinating because even the worst skeptic, will find the information well laid out, and quite believable. I hope you find the time to read it.

elsewhere I found these descriptions which make me very skeptical:
A delight for science buffs or anyone interested in the paranormal abilities of the mind, the latest frontiers of physics, and the unsolved riddles of brain and body, The Holographic Universe "explores the ways in which our concepts of time, personality, even consciousness, are altered by defining them as holographic."

Talbot explains the theory advanced by U. of London physicist David Bohm and Stanford U. neurophysiologist Karl Pribram that despite its apparent tangible reality, the universe is actually a kind of three-dimensional projection and is ultimately no more real than a hologram, a three-dimensional image projected into space. [an error occurred while processing this directive]