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Holographic big bang

  1. May 16, 2010 #1
    The observed expansion of the Universe is an example of the Holographic Principle. The galaxies escape from us not through the space but the space itself is carrying them away.

    Where comes the space (vacuum) from ?

    We know that in the holography there is an illusion of a spatial object because of the relation of the information written on a flat screen and information coming through. This relation between the quantum information is a quantum event (virtual particle-antiparticle of the vacuum).

    All this information are actually registered on that screen though we observe it in a space. Therefore the amount of the information (N) is proportional to the area of the screen (A) not the volume of the space (V).The limit of the number of the information on the boundary sphere is the consequence of the Holographic Principle.

    N~A~R2 and V~R3

    Therefore an increase of the number of the information causes a decrease of the density = N/V.

    This effect the recessing density we call Space Recession.

    Now we come to an another effect the idea of the Space Inflation. It isn't a motion because there wasn't a space at the beginning. In the very beginning of the Big Bang came the information just into relationship with each other and quantum events appeared (quantum vacuum was created).

    We don't know how large is the quantum vacuum but the energetic information like the photons are distributed with the speed of light “c”, so each observer in each arbitrary point of the super large vacuum observes an expansion of his Universe with the speed of light. Therefore Davis and Lineweaver wrote about galaxies existing behind our Event Horizon carried away faster than the speed of light.

    The expansion of the Universe is not because a motion of the galaxies but because we come to relation with new information which are already created on the super large screen in the beginning but the supply is limited by the speed of light “c”. The constant information density on a screen causes a decreasing density of the information observed as a 3-dimensional space.
    It is my speculation only. What do you think about it ?
    I collect it on a website:
    http://www.cramerti.home.pl/ [Broken]
     
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  3. May 18, 2010 #2
    The expansion of the Universe is an illusion. What we observe as a cosmological redshift is a consequence of the holographic memory of the information creating the Universe which remains the same since the begining.
    What is changing it is an apparent observable Event Horizon.
    When you climb on a mount your horizon increases too.
    You may compare it with George F. Smoot http://arxiv.org/abs/1003.5952
    found by Marcus.
    I want prove additionally that virtual particle-antiparticle pairs are the product of the fundamental holographic information and it creates our vacuum observed also as a gravitational field or metric space if you want.
    Holographic information = vacuum = gravitational field = spacetime
    Particles of matter are information in entangled state and cause a distortion in this spacetime as wrote Smoot.

    Here we can derive a notion of the dimension:
    We need minimum 3 factors: information x information x observation (photons, bosons...)
    Therefore our empty Vacuum is 3D.
    Fermions need additional entangled information and the number of the dimensions increases. Minkowski called the additional all together dimensions a time and we have spacetime.
    Actually all the spacetime is emergent from a holographic information.

    The holography is the most fruitfull idea recently and it is not wholly explored yet.
     
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