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Talbot is utterly convinced of the value of his theory and while much of what he writes feels intuitively correct, anyone versed in physics knows that much of reality is counter-intuitive.
Talbot believes that the holographic model of space-time and consciousness developed by David Bohm, Karl Pribram, and others can explain phenomena ranging from UFO encounters to psychic abilities and religious miracles, all of which, it is argued, may in fact be periodic glimpses of a more fundamental level of reality wherein consciousness and matter form a continuum of interacting wave-structures.
But despite my doubts I did enjoy this book. This book started of at a great pace and gave really good scientific sources and legitimate explanations that built up to a feeling of great revelations Starts out promising, with two respected scientists, one who theorizes that holograms can explan some quantum physical properties and the other who uses them to explain how the human brain behaves. Gets 2 stars only because it’s SO far out there that you might chuckle a few times at the total absurdity.
I honestly don’t know where they get off putting it in the ‘science’ category, because it really isn’t that. In this book, the presentation of numerous historical accounts of the miraculous from the point of view of a believer is the central theme. Lists with This Book. Reading it is good exercise for your skepticism muscles.
Holografski Svemir by Michael Talbot (2 star ratings)
Although more than pages can be cropped, it is still understandable. Toxic if taken svfmir, but it’s still fun to join Talbot as he conducts his thought experiments and musings, especially since he lacks the conviction or paranoia of conspiracy theorists or new-age occultists. No trivia or quizzes yet. I’ve no idea, and I’ve already read the book.
I give The Holographic Universe two out of five. There is much fascinating material in Michael Talbot’s book, including discussion of scientific theories of the nature of reality and our perception thereof, as well as anecdotal accounts and clinical data regarding a vast array of parapsychological phenomena. I mean the book contains lots of irrelevant examples.
Malum rated it it was ok Sep 12, I guess he wasn’t wishing for it to go away hard enough? Preview — Holografski Svemir by Michael Talbot.
If you have any interest in this, I recommend bypassing this book and going straight to the source: I liked the mind-blowing speculation of “reality as illusion” at first, but it just gets a little crazy the nolografski you read. Talbot concludes that this random pasta must have come from the mental manifestation of a holographic interference vision. Is that air you’re breathing?
Enfolded reality, interconnectivity, auras and frequency matter. Lessismore rated it it was ok Aug 27, This is a staggering amount of information, and brain researchers have long struggled to come up with a mechanism that explains such a vast capability. Indeed, if taken at face value, much of the evidence does allow golografski such ho,ografski interpretation, but the univocal manner in which it is presented makes independent assessment impossible.
What does that mean, In this book, the presentation of numerous historical accounts of the miraculous from the point of view svenir a believer is the central theme. Want to Read saving….
I really hope no one is taking this crap seriously, because that’s what it is, is crap.
I don’t remember the book very well, mind you, I just remember thinking that. Just before half way of the book it gets bumpy messy and very unconvincing. Talbot does a fantastic job explaining Bohm and Pribam’s ideas that underlie the holographic theory. David Bohm and Karl Pribram. Trivia About Hoolgrafski Holographic U I did, however, particularly enjoy one passage in the beginning which stated, and I’m paraphrasing, “we find ourselves compelled to accept the words of scientists as the truth, despite our knowing that they holovrafski as equally fallible as ourselves.
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Goodreads helps you holorafski track of books you want to read. Oh sure, he checked for open windows, someone else around, the presence of boiling water, but to no avail.
If you have any interest in thi Starts out promising, with two respected scientists, one who theorizes that holograms can explan some quantum physical properties and the other who uses them to explain how the human brain behaves. The book struck me as being odd in this sense. Talbot is utterly convinced of the value of his theory and while much of what he writes feels intuitively correct, anyone versed in physi With the intention of forwarding an inclusive Theory of Everything or TOE Talbot has weaved a convincing argument.
And I say that as a guy who regularly converses with non-physical entities.