How did holography shed light on metaphysical incidents?

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2.2.3-Holographic Explanations to Metaphysical Incidents

            Holography means the knowledge of the whole being present in every part of the film. Holography started to shed light on many other unknown incidents that could not be explained by the principles of determinism.1

The “quantum” world of the atom is actually a metaphysical world.

For instance, at the quantum level, regardless of the distance between matter and antimatter, the simultaneous emergence of one effect in the other should be related to the property of having both spacelessness and wholeness. In the same way, we could have explained the fact that each of the electrons in “plasma”, that is, the gas-ion state of matter, act by having the knowledge of all with the same “secret”. In other words, subatomic particles were subject to luminous, metaphysical laws.

            In the “Double Slit” experiment of electrons, when one hundred hypothetical particles were allowed to pass through the gap one by one, after 10% of the particles hit the zone, the other particles passing through the slit, avoided that region as if they knew calculus of probability, which is related to being in a luminous connection in the space without any cause-effect relationship. Holography shows that not only physical laws but also metaphysical realities are dominant in the world of light. Quantum, on the other hand, shows that laws of luminosity are dominant in the atomic particles, which are the basis of matter. Indeed, the “quantum” world of the atom is actually a metaphysical world.

1. The principles of cause-effect (causality), whichare valid in classical physics but which have largely lost their validity in new sciences such as quantum physics and holography, are as follows: (a) The principle of causality (every event has a cause). (b) The principle of determinism (every experiment repeated under the same conditions always gives the same results). (c) The principle of measurability (There are physical quantities that characterize each event and that can only be determined by measuring). (d) Consistency principle (the results of positive sciences cannot be contradictory in themselves). (e) Principle of falsifiability (there must be a method and a way to refute the results of positive sciences.)

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