9781979869515-1979869510-Digital Physics:The Meaning of the Holographic Universe and Its Implications Beyond Theoretical Physics

Digital Physics:The Meaning of the Holographic Universe and Its Implications Beyond Theoretical Physics

ISBN-13: 9781979869515
ISBN-10: 1979869510
Author: Lokanga, Ediho Kengete Ta Koi
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Format: Paperback 178 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781979869515
ISBN-10: 1979869510
Author: Lokanga, Ediho Kengete Ta Koi
Publication date: 2018
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Format: Paperback 178 pages

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Acknowledged authors Lokanga, Ediho Kengete Ta Koi wrote Digital Physics:The Meaning of the Holographic Universe and Its Implications Beyond Theoretical Physics comprising 178 pages back in 2018. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1979869510 and 9781979869515. Since then Digital Physics:The Meaning of the Holographic Universe and Its Implications Beyond Theoretical Physics textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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This book is an impeccably crafted, beautifully written piece of work. It is a powerful treatise that looks at the deeper meaning of the word holography, its association with the universe, and its impact on physics and beyond. In a nutshell, it explores the old conundrum of whether we are living in a holographic universe (HU) and its possible consequences. The author attempts to convey to the wider audience insights emerging from the forefront of theoretical physics research, which are accessible to a broad spectrum of readers, especially those with no training in physics or mathematics. Dr. Lokanga tells us that the holographic model of the universe, teaches us that every individual point in the universe contains the whole universe itself. As a result, every point in space is connected to another point further away in space, and every subatomic particle comprises a web of interconnections by which it becomes intertwined with other parts of the universe. This view opens possible avenues of understanding the universe in a way we never suspected before. The discoveries of non-locality and wave-particle duality suggest that everything in the universe is joined or connected. Most basic atomic particles comprise the very fabric of the material universe.

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