The Holographic Universe


Title: The holographic world, a theory to explain the supernatural abilities of the mind and the unknown secrets of the brain and body

Author: Michael Talbot

Translator: Dariush Mehrjoui

Publisher: Hermes

Subject: Physics, mysticism, holography

Age category: Adult

Cover: Paperback

Number of pages: 446 pages + 11 pages

Language: Farsi



The Holographic Universe is the work of Michael Talbot

Is it possible to cook food with the heat of the mind, to travel long distances faster than the speed of light, to heal patients who have lost hope, or to bring thoughts to the body, according to human abilities? Many people do not believe in such things and consider them superstitions. But a group of scientists are trying to explain the infinite power of the human mind using metaphysics and scientific principles, and consider these issues possible. In The Holographic World, Talbot tries to explain the vast abilities of the mind and its unknown secrets.

What is the holographic world about?
Albert Einstein, the greatest contemporary physicist, proved that no communication is possible at speeds faster than the speed of light. But Spect and his team discovered that subatomic particles, such as electrons, could communicate with each other simultaneously under certain conditions, regardless of their distance. Based on the discovery of Spect, the English physicist David Boehm theorized that the universe was originally a massive and glorious hologram.

A hologram is a three-dimensional image made using a laser. In order to produce a hologram, the object must first be immersed in the light of a laser beam. Then, the second laser beam hits the reflection of the previous beam and returns, creating an interference pattern. When the resulting film is illuminated by another laser beam, a three-dimensional image of the object appears.
When, for example, a hologram image of a book is split in two from the middle and illuminated again with a laser beam, it becomes clear that each part shows the original image of the book. If the book is still divided, it still shows each part of the book in its entirety, depicting a whole order in the part. Using the same subject, Boehm states that subatomic particles do not transmit secret messages to each other over long distances, but that they are essentially independent and all of a general and fundamental origin.

In a The Holographic Universe, Boehm believes that time and space are not fundamental reality either, because in fact nothing is really separate from other things, and time and space will be merged. Using this theory, Michael Talbot wrote the book The Holographic World, and the book has many fans around the world.

The Holographic Universe Book Review; Controversy of the people of literature and science
Dariush Shaygan, philosopher and writer; After reading the book, the holographic world and the implicit and implicit order make it interesting and exciting. After reading the work of Dariush Mehrjoui, the writer and translator Goli Targhi also expressed his satisfaction with reading this book and said that the holographic world while it is and can be seen, like the three-dimensional image of “Prince Leia” in the movie Star Wars, is not there and when The hand passes through it is nothing, he was surprised.

But not all critiques of the book are positive, and many scholars do not consider the book a scientific theory, but classify it as “pseudo-science” and make many criticisms of the basis of the book’s analysis and theories. Dr. Mohammad Reza Tavakoli Saberi, a professional translator of scientific books on the holographic world, writes: “Unfortunately, this book not only does not provide any rational explanation for these transcendental phenomena, nor does any Iranian reader, There are no connections between the concepts claimed in this book and Islamic or Iranian mysticism.
The multitude of fantasies in this book are truly astonishing to anyone living in the real world, thinking rationally, and knowing the basics of science. This book does not grin, but laughs at logical reasoning and rational thinking.

The world of Talbot is not the world of holography, it is the world of hippocampus and hallucinations. The “holographic world” of Talbot is a caricature of a Platonic parable with a mixture of superstitions. The only part of the book that contains scientific facts is the part that explains holography, which, of course, Talbot has not been very successful in this case and has placed his imagination among the scientific explanations. Talbot, of course, has written many quasi-scientific books and made many myths, but this book is really outstanding in terms of fooling people. By writing this book, he has created a new genre called “pseudo-scientific myth” which is a caricature of scientific and pseudo-science myths.

Michael Talbot, author of The Holographic World
American author Michael Talbot was born in 1953 in Michigan, USA. He moved to New York as a young man, where he began working as a freelance writer. In those years, Talbot published articles on a variety of issues. He published his first novel, The Subtle Dependence, which was written about the life of vampires. Although the book was never reprinted, it is known as one of the classic vampire novels and is on the list of best vampire-focused novels. His other two novels are “Swamp” and “Nights” in the horror genre.

The central theme of Talbot’s books is to find similarities between ancient myths and mysteries and quantum physics. Based on the theories of two scientists, Pribram and Boehm, Talbot believes that our world is like a giant hologram. The Austrian psychologist Pribram believes that our brain is like a hologram that creates three-dimensional images in our minds (which many psychologists doubt).
The American physicist Boehm also states in his theory that there is another level of truth beyond the physical reality of our everyday perception (many physicists also have serious criticisms of Boehm’s theory). Based on the holographic world theory of these two scientists, Talbot published the book The Holographic World: A Theory to Explain the Supernatural Abilities of the Mind and the Unknown Secrets of the Brain and Body.

Translation of the holographic world; Fifty reprints
Dariush Mehrjoui translated it into Persian and Hermes Publications released it. Another book by the author called “New Mysticism and Physics” has been published by “Mojtaba Abdullahnejad” in Persian and translated by “Hermes”.

Dariush Mehrjouyi; Man of Cinema, Literature and Philosophy
Dariush Mehrjoui is an Iranian filmmaker, writer and translator who was born in 1318 in Tehran. Mehrjui, best known as a director and filmmaker, holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from UCLA. He is one of the most well-known Iranian filmmakers who has also shone in the world arena. However, his interest in literature and philosophy is always seen in his works. Many of his films are adapted from popular stories and novels.

The film “Cow” made by Mehrjui was made in 1348 with the help of “Gholam Hossein Saedi” based on the story series “The Mourners of Bill” and was named one of the films that formed the new wave of Iranian cinema. In addition to filmmaking, Mehrjoui was the editor of Paris Review magazine in Los Angeles while studying in the United States. He has also published several novels, including “A Damn Feature in The Ruins of Moghan and A Journey to the Land of Angels.”
In addition, he has worked as a translator, and books such as “The Aesthetic and Aesthetic Dimension of Reality” by Herbert Marcuse and “The Bald Singer and Lesson” by UNESCO, translated by Dariush Mehrjoui, are available in the market. He also translated the book Holographic World after being introduced by Dariush Shaygan and Goli Targhi. He writes in the book’s preface: “When I read it, it was a very sweet and exciting story, which at the same time gave a very clear answer to my great ontological, theological and philosophical questions of today (free from mystery and ambiguity). “It seemed believable to some extent.”

In parts of the book Holographic World we read:
In Star Wars, the adventures of Luke Skywalker begin their journey when a robot named Arto Ditto emits light rays and captures a three-dimensional miniature image of Princess Leia on the ground.

Enchanted, Luke sees a luminous, ghostly statue that begs for help from someone named Obi-Wan Kenobi. This is a hologram image, a three-dimensional image made of laser beams, and the technological magic needed to create such an image is truly astonishing. But even more astonishing is the fact that some scientists believe that the universe itself is a giant hologram, a glorious illusion in all its details, which is more or less unrealistic or unrealistic than the image of Princess Leia that makes Luke search.

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