The Holographic Universe Explained

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  1. mariamik104

    mariamik104Il y a 8 heures

    what if im going in a direction and going and going and going traveling a googleplex like distance. at some point i will encounter patches of universe, statistically allowed, same like ones i left from. how can i tell that i really traveled a googleplex(flat universe) distance or im in a dS space(closed universe) meaning im just returned to the same patch of universe ive started.

  2. Rogelio Victoria

    Rogelio VictoriaIl y a 21 heure

    How can the ‘bulk’ be described?

  3. LurkerAnonymous

    LurkerAnonymousIl y a 22 heures

    If the universe started from the big bang singularity and inflated in ALL directions, how can it be flat? Wouldn't that make us 2D?

  4. Christian Davis

    Christian DavisIl y a jour

    Lost me at "The"

  5. phapnui

    phapnuiIl y a jour

    Sounds fascinating. Understood very little. Would dropping a few μg of Lysergic acid diethylamide help?

  6. MaxiMan

    MaxiManIl y a jour

    The only part of the video that i understand is when he tried to sell merch.

  7. ESPSJ

    ESPSJIl y a 2 jours

    real talk, i understood absolutely none of this lol

  8. Kurdo Bakur

    Kurdo BakurIl y a 2 jours

    If you know about the 'white holes' then what he says will make more sense. If storing an immense amount of information to a very small(respectively) space with a great amount of energy [black holes] to simulate an entire system(universe) then the likelihood of our Universe just like all the universes is being a white hole increases greatly.

  9. admlzulu

    admlzuluIl y a 2 jours

    you said jigged

  10. Spellsinger Texlozome

    Spellsinger TexlozomeIl y a 2 jours

    So what if we live in a hologram and "True" universe is a higher world of our thoughts/minds/souls?

  11. AlexusofAndroid

    AlexusofAndroidIl y a 2 jours

    That skeleton on the upper right really likes your shirt.

  12. theuknownawesomeness

    theuknownawesomenessIl y a 3 jours

    Pretty interesting when you consider that Einstein's famous equation {e^2 = (mc^2)^2 + (pc)^2} describes a two dimensional right triangle.

  13. HolyWrath

    HolyWrathIl y a 3 jours

    Listen really closely at 14:00-14:30. A parallel 3rd dimension that's "holographic" in some kind of a way. Sounds right to me.

  14. borderm3

    borderm3Il y a 4 jours

    I am guessing the transformation between them is not a linear transformation?

  15. Joey George

    Joey GeorgeIl y a 4 jours

    No I don't believe it because all these therios are created by small brains 🧠.

  16. JRGJRG

    JRGJRGIl y a 4 jours

    The hypnotic music put my mind to sleep while I was trying to understand this.

  17. JRGJRG

    JRGJRGIl y a 4 jours

    After seeing this, I want to conformally map my brain onto a very large banana.

  18. pspicer777

    pspicer777Il y a 5 jours

    So, the Flat Earthers were right after all. The lower dimensional representation is 2D. Well I’ll be danmed!!!

  19. Franklin President

    Franklin PresidentIl y a 6 jours

    Can one or two dimensional objects exist in our universe? How could they, being infinitely thin?

  20. Stan TheObserver

    Stan TheObserverIl y a 6 jours

    A better "view of the universe from the outside" illustration would help. Where's the big projector shooting out the holograph?..and is the "all info" past and present and future encoded from the big bang?..like even before the creation of the Universe,our lives are already part of the plan?

  21. Gregory Jones

    Gregory JonesIl y a 6 jours

    I legit love Matt. His delivery on such brain melting subjects are in such a way that its akin to reading a gritty horror novel. I start with one video and boom I'm into the supertheory of supereverything!

  22. Chris Howes

    Chris HowesIl y a 6 jours

    I'm going back to my Vine comps.

  23. Anon Canada

    Anon CanadaIl y a 7 jours

    subbed,damn the grid i SO don't get ,gonna have to watch couples more times :\....................at least i understand someone seems to get it XD

  24. Greg Jacques Lucifer's Jizz Gargler

    Greg Jacques Lucifer's Jizz GarglerIl y a 7 jours

    the universe is a 1d fractal holographic datastream. discuss.

  25. Justin Turner

    Justin TurnerIl y a 6 jours

    nah man it's made of bananas. didn't you watch?

  26. Ivy

    IvyIl y a 7 jours

    Is it possible as in Holographic principle that 4 % of the information at the boundary of the Universe is enough to create Hologram of all the visible matter, then aside from dark energy, over 70% of the rest of the information causes the Hologram of Dark Matter?

  27. NoDice

    NoDiceIl y a 8 jours

    My brain hurts from watching this woah

  28. starstruckt

    starstrucktIl y a 8 jours

    the measure of intelligence is being able to take something complex and make it simple the measure of ignorance is taking something simple and making it complex

  29. Dj Fortuno

    Dj FortunoIl y a 8 jours

    I've been a physics nerd since high school. What's really crazy is I understood completely the material in this video. Thanks for the material.

  30. Nah mate

    Nah mateIl y a 7 jours

    Nobody cares dude, fuck off.

  31. K LaCoste

    K LaCosteIl y a 8 jours

    Who actually understood this video? My eyes glazed at 9:35 when I was introduced to even more theorems, lol.

  32. Justin Turner

    Justin TurnerIl y a 6 jours

    I think the bananas are the key...but i started glazing at 0:35...

  33. K LaCoste

    K LaCosteIl y a 8 jours

    I love the sinister music in the background.

  34. LordMuffinToken

    LordMuffinTokenIl y a 10 jours

    So...earth is flat?

  35. Arbo TM

    Arbo TMIl y a 10 jours

    Black holes are our realities projector

  36. mamuburaa

    mamuburaaIl y a 10 jours

    Layman's hypothesis about the self-similar fractal-like universe: Could there be particles that are as small to atoms as atoms are to celestial bodies? What if that's dark matter? And in addition, has anyone ever thought of scale as a dimension?

  37. Ryan Harvey

    Ryan HarveyIl y a 10 jours

    Is there whispering in the background music?

  38. MrWeezy312

    MrWeezy312Il y a 11 jours

    Look i am a lowly history major you're gonna have to dumb this down by several times, some more banana references god knows i am an ape at heart or at brain as i now know oh and maybe add some with coffee yes that should help

  39. antithetical 1

    antithetical 1Il y a 11 jours

    So ultimately, Plato may have been right....

  40. Dwayne Marsh

    Dwayne MarshIl y a 11 jours

    THIS I WORST EPISODE EVER

  41. Interdumensional Pie

    Interdumensional PieIl y a 11 jours

    Just finished a maths course at uni and in watching this video, the holographic principle seems like a physical representation of Green's Theorem in which a surface integral over a 2D region can be represented as a line integral surrounding that region as if the 2D surface is projected to the 1D boundary of the line. Also wondering why you say that the universe can't be 11 dimensional just because we can't see it that way on macroscopic scales when clearly any degree of freedom can in itself be a dimension. Because this would mean that the extra dimensions can originate from non-commutable properties like the energy quantum or spin which simply are properties that we cannot interact with microscopically.

  42. Salujathustra

    SalujathustraIl y a 11 jours

    We are but eddies in the whirlpool. Blink, and we disappear. Nothing is more fleeting than appearances, and yet we hold onto them and build an ego around and above it, in terms of the memories of the past, of the dead matter. Most of us are tombs already!

  43. anthony cornejo

    anthony cornejoIl y a 12 jours

    T500 brain... My brain is hard stuck plat

  44. codematrix

    codematrixIl y a 13 jours

    Hi Matt, have you looked into a group called Quantum Gravity Research? frreporter.com/block-UCUyk0KLo7JPLCCh4oRNLzsQ They are coming up with some amazing perspectives about our reality in 3D but it drives mainly from an 8D lattice -> 4D quasi lattice -> 3D quasi lattice. They are doing away with string theory because it does solve all problems and fails miserably in others. I would like your perspective in this new emerging science. They are trying to unify the universal quest to a set of theories that explain our universe. Keep up the great work. Your videos are awesome.

  45. jim twisted

    jim twistedIl y a 13 jours

    One problem might be that the surface is growing because the universe is and what did the surface look like at the big bang?

  46. الكون العظيم

    الكون العظيمIl y a 13 jours

    The problem is that FRreporter has not put the translation feature in the video Please translate the video into Arabic The problem is that FRreporter has not put the translation feature in the video

  47. Fabrizio Giordano

    Fabrizio GiordanoIl y a 14 jours

    WE LIVE IN A SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE, THE WARPS OF SPACETIME IN THE BLACK HOLE ARE SO INTRICATED That little things experience a flat portion of the space time

  48. Tyler Allen

    Tyler AllenIl y a 15 jours

    Whoa

  49. Szymon Perz

    Szymon PerzIl y a 15 jours

    Hi, i have a strange question.... you always say we are living in a 3 dimensional universe with 1 time dimension... Can we have universes more time dimensions? What would that actually mean then?

  50. AppleYou

    AppleYouIl y a 15 jours

    Why would anyone consider a black hole as a volumetric object? It is a hole after all, not a sphere.

  51. AppleYou

    AppleYouIl y a 13 jours

    Preetesh Mistry thank you makes sense - it is sort of like a 3D cavity-version of a 3D full sphere

  52. Preetesh Mistry

    Preetesh MistryIl y a 13 jours

    Thats y it doesn't matter from where u see a Black hole... It always appears to b a hole.. as its a 3d object. Had it been 2 d then the side view would have been a straight line!

  53. Preetesh Mistry

    Preetesh MistryIl y a 13 jours

    Ummm..... No! We live in a 3 D space. And what's the 3d of a square? A cube! Similarly.. the 3d of a hole would b a sphere! What we see is a hole because we don't understand the complete nature of the black hole!

  54. Nathan Wilson

    Nathan WilsonIl y a 16 jours

    “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” - Jesus Christ (Matthew 11:28 NIV)

  55. J A C C

    J A C CIl y a 16 jours

    Awesome!

  56. Gary Mathis

    Gary MathisIl y a 16 jours

    Sad. Lacking any new fundamental discoveries, Physics has been reduced to a mere speculative "science."