You mean ALL information? Holons contain ALL information of all previous combinations. Each particles has it's own history. I.e. each electron in the universe has a different layer-history than the other electrons, since it's origin is different. I don't believe such topological information of each particle is conserved in the traditional 'bulk'. And where would it be stored?sol2 said:If cut what would connect them gravitational? Don't you think conservation of history (information) is essential?
The information is always there in the bulk. You never lose it. It just gathers in spots, sometimes stronger then other locations, and we see where all these holes start to look like swiss cheese universe.