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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have been following the online lectures of Leonard Susskind regarding the holographic principle and entanglement.see Holographic Principle Lecture Part2

The universe can be seen as two-dimensional information on a cosmological horizon. (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographic_principle)

My question is: Can the holographic principle make predictions on the size and shape of such a horizon? If so does the information projected on the horizon change the shape and size of this horizon?

Does the holographic principle/string theory state anything about the projection of the information on the horizon implying the physics of the universe or are the physics independent of the way the information is projected/stored?

The universe can be seen as two-dimensional information on a cosmological horizon. (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holographic_principle)

My question is: Can the holographic principle make predictions on the size and shape of such a horizon? If so does the information projected on the horizon change the shape and size of this horizon?

Does the holographic principle/string theory state anything about the projection of the information on the horizon implying the physics of the universe or are the physics independent of the way the information is projected/stored?