Define Hologram

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Define Hologram

Post by Andrew » Sun Jun 23, 2019 6:28 pm

How do you define a hologram, daniel, in the context of the quote posted on your Facebook? Discussions of Holograms tend to have illusory connotations. A scary thing to mix into a scientific discussion involving reality. I know that is not the case -- RS is derived from natural consequences. But it is important to understand what separates your understanding of RS2 holographics from the virtual understanding of holographics we may have. Can you please expand on the subject?
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Re: Define Hologram

Post by daniel » Mon Jun 24, 2019 9:24 am

Andrew wrote:
Sun Jun 23, 2019 6:28 pm
How do you define a hologram, daniel, in the context of the quote posted on your Facebook?
For me, the hologram is the reification (making real) of an abstraction.

In Sci-Fi, the abstraction is a computer model that gets projected as hard-light images into a room, so they can be interacted with. Turn off the computer and the model disappears.

With RS/RS2, the abstraction is called "scalar motion" and the reification of it is what shows up in a 3D coordinate system, in either space or time. But we cannot turn off Nature.

Common holograms are actually an abstraction of the 3D coordinate system that become reified, again, into another kind of 3D display! Since we start at a 3D reality, they have off switches.
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Re: Define Hologram

Post by Langsam » Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:36 am

Are the off switches really that important of a distinction?

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Re: Define Hologram

Post by daniel » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:33 am

Langsam wrote:
Sun Sep 29, 2019 11:36 am
Are the off switches really that important of a distinction?
What was found in RS2 research, when attempting to create a model of creation, was that the switches were constantly flipped on and off... reality is like the snapshots on a film. Scalar motion is not compatible with coordinate motion, so you have to flip back and forth between the two. Start with coordinate, flip the switch and go to scalar, do the scalar progression and gravitation, then recompute "reality" from the scalar relations.

It is odd how that, the closer you look, our "reality" looks more like a simulation--or the simulations we make are getting closer and closer to reality.
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